LILAC SWEATER WITH LACE STRIPES

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A gentle lilac shade gives rise to a feeling of light nostalgia. Add a fabulous openwork pattern - and a wonderful jumper is ready for lovers of romance. Sizes 36/38 (40/42) 44/46 You will need Yarn (60% cotton, 30% polyamide, 10% cashmere; 225 m / 50 g) - 300 (350) 400 g lilac; knitting needles number 3.5; circular knitting needles No. 3.5. Patterns and patterns Eraser Rows in the forward and reverse direction (odd number of loops). Front rows: edge, alternately 1 front crossed, 1 wrong side, finish 1 front crossed, edge. Wrong rows: to knit loops according to drawing. Circular rows (an even number of loops).

1st circular row: alternately 1 front crossed, 1 wrong side. 

2nd circular row: alternately 1 front, 1 wrong side. 

Continuously repeat the 1st + 2nd circular rows. 

Openwork pattern 
The number of loops is a multiple of 12 + 1 + 2 hem = knit acc. scheme. On it are given front rows. In the wrong rows, knit all the loops according to the pattern, and knit the crochets on the wrong side. Start with 1 edge and loops before the rapport, repeat the rapport constantly, end with loops after the rapport and 1 edge. Perform 1 time the 1st-64th rows, then constantly repeat the 13th-64th rows. 

Caution 
When making increases and decreases, make sure that the number of crochets and the stitches knitted together is the same. Knitting density 27 p. X 38 p. = 10 x 10 cm. Pattern






Performance of work 

Backrest 
Knit 123 (135) 147 stitches and knit 1 cm with an elastic band for the stitch. 

Continue to work with an openwork pattern. 

After 38 cm = 144 rows (39 cm = 148 rows) 40 cm = 152 rows from the plank close for the armholes on both sides 1 x 4 p., Then in each 2nd row close 1 x 3 p. And 2 x 1 p . = 105 (117) 129 p. 

After 52.5 cm = 200 rows (55 cm = 210 rows) 57.5 cm = 220 rows from the plank, close the middle 17 (21) 25 p. For the throat and finish both sides separately. 

For rounding along the inner edge, close in each 2nd row 2 x 9 p. And 2 x 8 p. 

After 55.5 cm = 210 rows (58 cm = 220 rows) 60.5 cm = 230 rows from the plank, close the remaining 10 (14) 18 p. Shoulders. 

Before
Knit like a back, but for a deeper neck, after 48.5 cm = 184 rows (51 cm = 194 rows) 53.5 cm = 204 rows from the plank, close the middle 13 (17) 21 sts, then in each 2- close 12 x 3 m in a row. 

Sleeves . 
For each sleeve, put on 61 (67) 75 loops and tie 1 cm with an elastic band for the strap, while in the last row, evenly distributing, add 2 sts. = 63 (69) 77 p . 

Continue openwork pattern, while for the 1st size to start with 1 edge, constantly repeat rapport finish 1 st loop after rapport and 1 edge. 

For size 2, start with 1 edge and the last 3 loops of rapport, repeat the rapport continuously, end with the first 4 loops of rapport and 1 edge.

For size 3, start with 1 edge and last loop of the rapport, repeat the rapport continuously, end with the first 2 loops of rapport and 1 edge. 

After 14 cm = 54 rows from the bar, add 1 x 1 p. Sleeves on both sides for beveling, then in each 6th row 14 x 1 p. pattern = 93 (99) 107 p. 

After 43 cm = 164 rows from the plank, close for okat the sleeves on both sides 1 x 4 p., then in each 2nd row close 12 x 3 p. 

After 50 cm = 190 rows from slats to close the remaining 13 (19) 27 p. 

Assembly 
Perform shoulder seams. 

For the plank, dial 172 (178) 184 loops on circular knitting needles along the edge of the neck and knit with an elastic band in circular rows. With a strap width of 6 cm, close all the loops according to the figure. 

Sew in sleeves, sew side seams and sleeve seams.




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