V-Neck Pullover

14 October 2020, 12:20 535

V-Neck Pullover

DIMENSIONS: 38/40

YOU NEED Yarn (100% cotton, 90 m / 50 g) – 500 g of azure; Knitting needles № 4,5 and 5; circular needles number 4,5.

GUM 

Knit with the needles No. 4, 5: knitting in rows in the forward and reverse directions (an odd number of loops) = in the front rows: alternately 1 purl crossed, 1 facial crossed, finish 1 purl crossed; in purses: alternately 1 face crossed, 1 purse crossed, finish 1 face crossed.

Knitting in a circle (an even number of loops) = in all the circular rows alternately 1 purse crossed, 1 face crossed.

Pattern and fancy diamond

Knit number 5: the number of loops is a multiple of 40 + 2 + 2 chrome. Knit according to the scheme. The diagram shows the front rows, in the purl rows, knit the loops and nakida with the purl. In width start with chrome., Repeat rapport, finish loops after rapport and chrome. In height, perform 1 time from the 1st to the 96th p., Then 1 time from the 13th to the 64th p. = 148 p. When performing increments, make sure that the number of nakida and knitted loops coincide.

Pullover with delicate rhombus. EMPHASES OF FOLDING FIXTURES Align the front, 1 front, chrome along the left edge = 2 points .; right edge = chrome., 1 face, 2 points. knit together with a tilt to the left (= 1 point. remove, as in the case of face knitting, knit the next loop of the front one and remove the loop after knitting).

KNITTING DENSITY

18 p. X 27 p. = 10 x 10 cm

PERFORMING THE WORK OF THE BACK 

Dial a 79 loop on the spokes and tie it with a 7 cm elastic, while in the last purl row evenly add 5 s. = 84 s.

Next, knit with a pattern of openwork diamonds.

After 55 cm = 148 p. from the elastic close all the loops (= middle 34 s. – the edge of the neck, the outer 25 s. on each side – the humeral edges).

BEFORE 

Knit, like a back, but with a V-neck. To do this, after 35.5 cm = 96 p. from the gum to close the average 2 p. and both sides finish separately.

For a bevel on the inner edge, subtract 4 times in each 4th p. and 12 times in every 2nd p. 1 p. (see underlined increments).

Hinges for shoulders close at the same height as on the back.

SLEEVES

Type 37 loops on the knitting needles for each sleeve and knit with a rubber band, as described for the back, while in the last row add 5 s

. and loops from the arrow, loop through to the arrow and chrome.

At the same time, starting from the rubber band, add on both sides 13 times in each 6th p. 1 p., added loops to include in the pattern = 68 p.

In 35.5 cm = 96 p. from the gum to close all the loops in the same row.

ASSEMBLY 

Run shoulder seams.

Along the edge of the neck of the back and the edges of the bevels of the neckline, type 123 circular needles on the knitting needles and a knit with a rubber band;

For the formation of the inner corner of the inlet in every 2nd p. Remove the middle loop and the previous loop together, as in the case of knitting, knit the next loop with the front loop and stretch the removed loops through the knit loop. After 2.5 cm, close the hinge hinges according to the drawing.

Sew the sleeves. Run side seams and sleeve seams.

 


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