SWEATER WITH BRAIDS AND LACE SLEEVES

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The unusual design of the short-sleeved sweater, which is knitted from top to bottom in circular rows, is worthy of compliments.

Dimensions
38/40 (42/44)



You will need
Yarn (80% processed flax (viscose), 20% flax; 120 m / 50 g) - 450 (500) g orange; circular knitting needles No. 3.5.



Patterns and schemes

Attention
All patterns are knitted in circular rows.



Front surface
Front loops only.



"Scythe" A (10 loops)
Knit acc. Scheme 1 A. It contains odd circular rows. In even circular rows, knit loops according to the pattern. Continuously repeat the 1st to 8th circular rows.



"Scythe" B (10 loops)
Knit as a pattern 2, but according to pattern 1 B.




Increases in the openwork pattern (at the beginning of 17 (18) loops)
Knit acc. Scheme 2. On it are given odd and even circular rows. Perform rapport 16 (17) times, end with a loop after rapport. Perform 1 time of the 1-6th circular rows. After the 6th circular row, the number of loops is a multiple of 6 + 1 and on the knitting needles will be 97 (103) p




Openwork pattern
The number of loops is a multiple of 6 + 1 = knit acc. Scheme 2. On it are given odd and even circular rows. Repeat rapport, end with a loop after rapport. Continuously repeat the 7-10th circular rows.



Knitting density
23 p. X 35 circle = 10 x 10 cm, connected by facial smoothness;
22 p. X 35 circle = 10 x 10 cm, knitted with an openwork pattern;
“Scythe” A and B by 10 p. = Width 2 cm



Attention
Knit a sweater from top to bottom with a single fabric in circular rows. Arrows on the pattern = direction of knitting. For technical reasons, the neck strap is not shown, the sleeve is shown separately. The increase in width in the region of the lower bar due to different density of knitting is assigned to the side bevel on the pattern.



Pattern




Completing of the work

Draw 134 (148) stitches on the knitting needles, close in a ring and tie 3.5 cm = 12 circular rows with the front stitch for the neckline.

Continue the work as follows: for the back 10 p. With the pattern “Scythe” A, 30 (36) p. With the front stitch, 10 p. With the pattern “Scythe” B, for the left sleeve on the next 17 (18) p., Make increases in the openwork pattern , for transferring 10 points with the “braid” A pattern, 30 (36) points with the front stitch, 10 points with the “braid” B pattern and for the remaining 17 (18) points, make increases in the openwork pattern.

At the same time, for raglan bevel, knit on both sides of the loops of the pattern 1 the front and back in each 2nd circular row from the strap 32 (35) x 1 the front crossed from the transverse thread and then knit with the front surface.

After 1.5 cm = 6 circular rows from the bar for each sleeve on the knitting needles will be 97 (103) loops. On these loops, further knit with an openwork pattern.

After 19 cm = 66 circular rows (20.5 cm = 72 circular rows) from the plank, the ragged increases are completed, and on the knitting needles for the front and back there are 114 (126) stitches = 10 stitches with the “braid” pattern A, 94 (106 ) n. front stitch, 10 n. pattern “braid” B.

Continue to work according to. pattern without increases.

Simultaneously with the completion of the ragged increases, continue the work for the sleeve strips on 97 (103) loops of each sleeve with the front stitch, while in the 1st circular row, evenly distributing, reduce 32 (30) st. = 65 (73) st.

After 21 cm = 74 circular rows (22.5 cm = 80 circular rows) from the neckline, the round yoke is finished. To do this, close 65 (73) loops of each sleeve and continue the work as follows: front and back on both sides using an intermediate set of 7 loops, respectively close in a ring and continue working with an openwork pattern on these loops for the side strips, continue working on the remaining loops according to to the pattern.



Attention
The newly dialed loops form the lower edge of the right armhole. All subsequent calculations come from this region.

Now on the knitting needles there are a total of 242 (266) stitches as follows: for the back 10 stitches with the pattern “braid” A, 94 (106) stitches with the front stitch, 10 stitches with the pattern “braid” B, for the left side stripe 7 openwork pattern, for transferring 10 stitches with “braid” A, 94 (106) stitches with front stitch, 10 stitches with “braid” B and for the right side strip, 7 stitches with openwork.

At the same time, for lateral beveling, knit on both sides of the loops of pattern 1 of the front and back in each 20th row from the edge of the armhole 4 x 1 facial crossed from the transverse thread = 102 (114) st. With front stitch, or a total of 258 (282) st .

After 28.5 cm = 100 circular rows from the edge of the armhole, continue work for the lower bar on the hinges of the pattern 1 of the front and back of the openwork pattern, while in the 1st circular row add 1 point = 103 (115) loops of the openwork pattern in the middle front and back. "Braids" and side stripes continue as per to the pattern.

With a plank width of 9 cm = 32 circular rows, close all 260 (284) loops as purl.




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