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THE MOTIF OF IRISH LACE BIG BRANCH

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The motif present on the dress “Ultraviolet” is borrowed from the old book NEEDLECRAFT №27. It differs in variety of elements and refinement of drawing. 
In the book, he is named The large sprig. You can also find a more accurate description of the order of work in English. 


I will give an approximate scheme, which indicates the direction of knitting, the number of loops for knitting on the bourdon. Small circles are “picot” loops. Further you can make independent changes. 




Knitting begins at the bottom of the branch from the black dot in the diagram. So, knit on the bourdone 85 st.b.n. The last 15 loops enclose the ring. How convenient it is to do it in the lesson on knitting a branch with flowers.




Next, after knitting on Bourdon 23 Art. 1 N., begin to knit the petals of the first flower. In the opposite direction knit st.b. 




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second delicate petal begins with knitting, 16th of Art. on the previous row with a bourdon, and then knit 8 of Art. only on the bourdon. 




Then knit arches of 3 air loops, skipping 3 loops of the previous row. So tie and the next row in the opposite direction. 




Then tie up these arches with a bourdon of 4 air. under each arch. 
After that, repeat the knitting of the first dense petal., Not forgetting the first 16 tablespoons. knit on the previous row, and the next 8 tbsp. knit on the bourdon. 




Repeating these actions to bind the first flower of 3 dense and 3 openwork petals.




After that, perform the central ring of the flower, linking 30 st.b.n. Knit the last loop st.b.n. with the last loop of the last petal. 




Next, knit 28 articles. on the already knitted branch to the beginning of the next curl-headed element with a comb. 
Knit 60 st.b.n. on the bourdon, enclosing the last 20 loops in a ring. This is the basis of the curl. 
Then work without a bourdon and knit st.s. At the beginning of knitting skip 1 p. Row. Otherwise the curl will shrink. In the opposite direction, tie up the arches of 3 st.Bn. 




Having picked up the bourdon, tie 28 st.b.n.
Then knit on Bourdon 31 Art. 1 N., while enclosing the last 12-15 n. In the ring. In the opposite direction knit st.b. in every loop with a bourdon. 




Then knit 12 of Art. according to the previous row and 12th Art. only on the bourdon. Next, repeat the steps performed when knitting the openwork petal of the first flower. After that, knit as well as a dense flower petal, only with a similar set of first loops, i.e. 12 + 12. 




Finish curl st.n. in each loop of the previous row to the main part of the branch. 
Then knit on a branch of 38 st.B. The last 10 paragraphs are enclosed in a ring. Next, knit 36 ​​of Art. On them to knit arches, as in the openwork petal of a flower. The last row, which ties the arches with a bourdon, is to complement the “picot”.







Next, knit the second curl of the flower, typing 34 tablespoons 1 n. with the same ring at the end. In the opposite direction, knit st.b.n., tying “picot” every 5 loops. Thus, tie 4 curls and a central ring as in the first flower of 30 UF. 




Then knit the branch in the opposite direction to the intersection with the main one. After that, after knitting on 8 main lines of biology on the main branch, dial 54 head of biological lines, enclosing the last 24 points in the ring.
After that, start to knit the shamrock. After knitting on the ring of 8 st.b.n. Last 20 Art. tighten into the ring, knit with the 15th loop. Then again, 15 st.b. Attach the resulting, turning the knitting, with the first loop of knit 8 on the previous row. Turn knitting over again. In a reverse direction, tie a row of senior scientists, provoking “picot” every 5 seconds. 







Repeat these actions 2 more times. It turns out the trefoil. In the center, tie a ring of 27 st.b.n., tying “picot” every 3 items. 




Finish knitting, knitting to the end of the branch of st.b.n. 




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