JUMPER BLUE SWEATER

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A long sweater made of DROPS Paris yarn, knitted with a garter stitch and openwork knit, which is knitted from the middle of a square motif.

Size (s): S - M - L - XL - XXL - XXXL

You will need: Garnstudio DROPS PARIS yarn (belongs to yarn group C):
650-650-750-800-850-1000 g color 29, ice blue
DROPS # 5 HOSE SPOKES: for pattern.
CROWN SPOKES DROPS No. 5: length 40 cm and 80 cm for the picture.
DROPS CIRCLE SPOKES No. 5.5: length 40 cm or 60 cm for the faces of the surface on the sleeves.

Knitting density:
16 p. Wide and 30 p. in the height of a garter stitch = 10 x 10 cm.

Approximately 15.5 p. Wide and 26 p. in height, pattern A.1 = 10 x 10 cm. The
size of the spokes is approximate. If you have too many loops for 10 cm, try knitting needles thicker. If you don’t have enough loops for 10 cm, try thinning the needles.

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PATTERNS:

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CRIMPER / SCARF KNITTING (straight and back rows):
Knit all rows with the front.
1 scar in height = knit 2 rows l.p.

PATTERN:
See diagrams A.1 - A.4. The diagrams show the rows of motive, a view from the faces. hand!

MEASUREMENTS (for squares):

To facilitate the measurement of the square motif, half the loops can be placed on an additional circular knitting needle so that you can stretch the piece into a square. The dimensions of this part should be approx. 28 cm from the center outward, in the knitting direction (the square should be approx. 56 cm x 56 cm)

CLOSING THE HINGE:
To close the loops without tightening, do 1 double crochet after approx. Every 4 p. Nakida close as usual loops.

INCREASES / REDUCTIONS (at equal intervals):

To find out how to add / decrease evenly, count the total number of loops on the spoke (for example, 103 p) and divide by the number of increments / decreases (for example, 14) = 7.4. In this example, add, making 1 double crochet, after about every 7 sts. In the next row, tie the double crochet as a crossed loop to avoid holes.

For decreases, knit together each 6th and 7th stitch and each 7th and 8th stitch together.

DECREASES (for sleeves):
All deductions are made only from the sides!
Reduce 1 p along the edge of the garter stitch, knitting 2 life together.

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JUMPER - SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PARTS:

The part that first fits in a circle from the middle to the Front / Back part and outward in a square. Then the rest of the sweater is knitted with circular knitting needles back and forth. Sleeves are knitted back and forth in circular knitting, from top to bottom. Note: due to the weight of the yarn and texture, the product will stretch during wear. The pattern uses measurements that will make it possible to obtain some gaps when performing a drawing of a sheet in height in a square motif.

BEFORE:
Dial 8p with Paris yarn and divide the loops between 4 stocking knitting needles number 5 (= 2 p for each knitting needle). Knit according to the pattern A.1 (= 2n in the first circle) only 4 times in a circle. Put on the marker between 4 repetitions of scheme A.1. The loop marker moves at work to the very top in order to correctly distribute the loops. REMEMBER THE DENSITY OF KNITTING! When Scheme A.1 is finished in height, 184p will remain in the circle. Continue to knit as follows: * Pattern A.2a in the first / next 9 sts, A.2b in the next 28 sts (= 2 rapports), A.2c in the next 9 sts *, repeat from * - * only 4 times per circle. When the rapports are completed in height, continue to knit in a circle in the same way, but each time the patterns are completed in height, there will be 1 more A.2b rapport and the work between A.2a and A.2c on each side of the square. Keep going until the length of the work from the center to one of the edges reaches approx. 28 cm - read the MEASUREMENT hint and adjust so that you finish after repeating the rapport to full height. If the knitting density is correct, then now you need to tie 1 repetition A.1 and 3 repetitions A.2a-A.2c in height; if you knit less or more repetitions of A.2a-A.2c in height, the number of loops will not match the pattern. Now on each side of the square 88 p. Continue for different sizes as follows: the number of loops will not match the pattern. Now on each side of the square 88 p. Continue for different sizes as follows: the number of loops will not match the pattern. Now on each side of the square 88 p. Continue for different sizes as follows:

Sizes S and M: A
square with an openwork pattern is finished. Close the loops along the first side of the square to 1p in front of the marker - see CLOSING THE HINGE, knit 3 HANDLES - see the instructions above, knit back and forth from the next loop (= the loop in front of the marker) and the loop to the next marker (= bottom of the center part), then close these loops and cut the thread. Close the loops along the next side of the square to 1 p in front of the marker - see CLOSING THE HINGE. Remove the remaining loops of the circle on the auxiliary knitting needle to cut the neck and shoulders. Continue to work as described below.

Sizes L and XL:
Now we knit the pattern back and forth on the 3 sides of the square, as described below: we knit A.3a on the next 9 p, A.2b until 9 p until the next corner, A.2c, A.2a, A.2b until there will be 9 p until the next corner, A.2c, A.2a, A.2b until 9 p until the next corner, A.3b. Place the remaining loops in a circle on the thread without knitting them. Turn and continue to knit in rows according to the patterns until full vertical rapport of patterns.
Turn and close the loops along the first side of the square to 1p in front of the marker– see CLOSING THE LOOP, knit 3 HANDLES - see the instructions above, knit back and forth from the next loop (= the loop in front of the marker) and the loop to the next marker (= bottom of the center part), then close these loops and cut the thread. Close the loops along the next side of the square to 1 p in front of the marker - see CLOSING THE HINGE. Remove the remaining loops of the circle on the auxiliary knitting needle to cut the neck and shoulders. Continue to work as described below.

Sizes XXL and XXXL:
Now we knit the pattern back and forth on the 3 sides of the square, as described below: we knit A.3a on the next 9 p, A.2b until 9 p until the next corner, A.2c, A.2a, A.2b until there will be 9 p until the next corner, A.2c, A.2a, A.2b until 9 p until the next corner, A.3b. Place the remaining loops in a circle on the thread without knitting them. Turn and continue to knit in rows according to the patterns until full vertical rapport of patterns. Link 1 rapport vertically according to the schemes, but now it will be more than three sides on the repetition of the A.2b scheme. Turn and close the loops along the first side of the square to 1p in front of the marker– see CLOSING THE LOOP, knit 3 HANDLES - see the instructions above, knit back and forth from the next loop (= the loop in front of the marker) and the loop to the next marker (= bottom of the center part), then close these loops and cut the thread. Close the loops along the next side of the square to 1 p in front of the marker - see CLOSING THE HINGE. Remove the remaining loops of the circle on the auxiliary knitting needle to cut the neck and shoulders. Continue to work as described below.

All sizes:
Now continue knitting in rows along the last side of the square (= along the neckline and shoulders) as follows: start knitting from the faces of the side and type 0-0-8-8-14-14 along the edge of pattern A.3b, which was knitted for sizes L, XL, XXL and XXXL (not applicable to sizes S and M), then knit according to Figure 89p, then dial another 0-0-8-8-14-14 along the edge of the pattern A.3a, which is knitted for sizes L , XL, XXL and XXXL (not applicable to sizes S and M) = 89-89-105-105-117-117p. Carry out the following routines, and if the number of loops is different, then bring it to 89-89-105-105-117-117p (see AMENDMENTS / DECREASES ). In the next row, close the center19-19-21-21-23-23p and finish both parts of the gear separately. Then reduce along the neckline, knitting 2 faces together at the 3 edges of the loops of the garter pattern on each side. Repeat a series of reductions in each person p. Only 5 times = 30-30-37-37-42-42p of the shoulder on each side. Close 6-7-7-8-8-8-9 cm from the square (see CLOSING THE HINGE) all the loops. Second shoulder knit also. The height of the front from the shoulder to the bottom should be approximately 64-65-70-71-75-76 cm.

BACK:
Dial loops and knit in the same way as the Pered details. Adjust the rapport so that the Backrest fully matches the Front by the number of rows and loops. When knitting a scarf pattern to cut the neck and shoulders: knit with a scarf pattern 3-4-4-5-5-5-6 cm. In the next person, close the central 27-27-29-29-31-31p to cut the neck. Finish both parts of the Backrest separately. In the next row, reduce 1p on each side of the neckline at 3 edges of the loops of the garter pattern = 30-30-37-37-42-42p. After 6-7-7-8-8-8-9 cm, close the shoulder loops. Knit the second shoulder in the same way. The height of the Back from shoulder to bottom should be approximately 64-65-70-71-75-76 cm.

ASSEMBLY:
Sew shoulder seams with a knit stitch. Mark with markers the armholes of the sleeves at a distance of 17-18-19-20-21-22-22 cm down from the shoulder seams (= armholes of the sleeves). Repeat the same on the other side of the sweater.

HOSE:
Sleeves are knitted from top to bottom with circular knitting needles in rows. Between the markers, raise 5.5mm on circular knitting needles from the sides of the side 56-60-63-66-69-72 p. Knit the faces with smoothness from the outside with 1 edge of the loop as with a garter stitch on each side. After 4 cm, reduce 1 p on each side (see REDUCTION). Repeat the decreases for different sizes as follows:
Size S: Repeat the row of decreases every 2 cm only 11 times.
Size M: Repeat the row of decreases every 2 cm only 12 times.
Size L: Repeat a series of decreases alternately every 1 cm and 2 cm only 13 times.
Size XL: Repeat the row of decreases alternately every 1 cm and 2 cm only 14 times.
Size XXL: Repeat a series of decreases every 1 cm only 14 times.
Size XXXL: Repeat a series of decreases every 1 cm only 15 times.
After all decreases, total = 34-36-37-38-41-42 p in the work. After 27-28-24-25-22-22-23 cm, 10 cm remains to the end of the sleeve. Try on a jumper and adjust the length of the sleeve (the jumper will stretch a little along the shoulders). Switch to 5 mm circular knitting needles. Continue as follows: 9-10-11-11-13-13 with a gingham pattern, A.4 on the trail 15p, 10-11-11-12-13-13-14 with a gingham pattern. Continue to complete pattern A.4. Sleeve length is approximately 37-38-34-35-32-33 cm. Close all loops. Knit the second sleeve in the same way.

ASSEMBLY:
Sew the seams of the sleeves and side seams, leaving 15 cm open for cuts on the sides. Fasten the thread at the top and bottom along the center hole of the square and tighten so that the hole is smaller. Cut and fasten the thread.














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