Bertie

CORAL SWEATER RAGLAN

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The bright color of the yarn enlivens this feminine jumper, attracting the attention of a combination of transparent openwork structures and a calm front surface.

DIMENSIONS

38/40 (44/46)
 

YOU WILL NEED

Yarn (100% cotton; 125 m / 50 g) - 450 (550) g ​​coral; Spokes number 3.5; circular needles number 3.

 

PATTERNS AND SCHEMES

 

PATTERN FROM "KOS"

The number of loops is a multiple of 12 + 2 edge = knit acc. Scheme 1. It contains only the front rows. In the purl rows, knit all loops and nakida with purl, from 2 nakidov in a row, knit the 1st nakid with the purl, the 2nd nakid - with the purl crossed. Start with 1 edge and loops before rapport, repeat repeat constantly, finish with loops after rapport and 1 edge. Constantly repeat 1st to 4th rows.


Front rows - front loops, purl rows - purl loops.
 

FISHED ROMBY

The number of loops is a multiple of 8 + 1 + 2 edging = knit acc. Scheme 2. It contains facial and purl rows. Start with 1 edge and loops before rapport, repeat repeat constantly, finish with loops after rapport and 1 edge. Run 1 of the 1–10th row, then perform 1 more time of the 1–8th row = a total of 18 rows.




SEQUENCE OF PATTERNS A

* 18 rows of front satin stitch,  
open-cut diamonds,  
from * repeat 2 more times,  
10 (18) rows of front satin = only 118 (126) rows.
 

SEQUENCE OF PATTERNS B

46 (38) rows of the front satin stitch,  
18 rows of openwork rhombuses,  
* 18 rows of the front satin finish,  
18 rows of openwork rhombuses,  
from * repeat one more time,  
10 (18) rows of high-satin lycée = just 146 rows.
 

UNDERCAREED ADDITIVES 1 LOOP

Right edge = edge, 1 front, 2 knit the loops together with the front with a tilt to the left (1 loop to remove, as the front, 1 face, then stretch it through the removed loop). 

Left edge = knit until the last 4 loops acc. to a pattern, then 2 loops to knit together front, 1 front, edging.
 

UNDERGROUNDED ADDITIVES 2 DOTS

Right edge = edge, 1 front, 3 knit loops together with the front broach (1 loop to remove as the front, 2 knit the loops together with the front, then pull it through the removed loop). 

Left edge = knit up to the last 5 loops acc. pattern, then 3 loops knit together front, 1 front, edging.
 

ELASTIC

Circular rows: alternately 2 face, 2 purl.
 

KNITTING DENSITY

23.5 p. X 29 p. = 10 x 10 cm
 

Pattern




COMPLETING OF THE WORK

BACK

Dial 122 (134) loops on the spokes and tie 1 seamy side purl and 9 cm = 26 rows for the strap with a pattern of “braids”. 

Continue to work according to sequences of patterns A, while in the 1st row add 1 (5) p. = 123 (139) p.  

After 21.5 cm = 62 rows from the bar close for raglan bevel on both sides 1 x 3 p., then To each 2nd row, subtract 6 (10) x 2 points and 21 x 1  

points. Close the remaining 51 points for the neck through 40.5 cm = 118 rows (43.5 cm = 126 rows) from the bar.
 

BEFORE

Knit like a back, but for the neck in 37.5 cm = 110 rows (40.5 cm = 118 rows) from the strip, close the average 31 points and finish both sides separately. 

For rounding on the inner edge in each 2nd row, close 2 x 2 n. And 1 x 3 n.  

Remaining on 3 n. Close at the height of the back.
 

SLEEVES

Type on the spokes for each sleeve 62 (74) loops and tie the strap like on the back. 

Continue to work according to Sequences of patterns B.  

Simultaneously add 14x1 p. (14x1 pp alternately in every 4th and 6th row) for the bevel of the sleeves on both sides in each 6th row according to the bar. during the increments, distribute pattern 3 from the middle = 90 (102) p.  

31 cm = 90 rows (28 cm = 82 rows) from the bar close for raglan bevel on both sides 1 x 3 p., then in each 2nd row underscore subtract 4 x 2 p. And 23 x 1 p. (6 x 2 p. And 25 x 1 p.). 

After 50 cm = 146 rows from the plate, close the remaining 22 points.
 

ASSEMBLY

Run raglan seams. 

Dial 140 loops on the circular needles along the edge of the neckline and tie 3 cm for the strap with an elastic band. Then close all the loops on the picture. 

Run the side seams and bottom seams of the sleeves. 

Photo: magazine "Sabrina" №5 / 2017







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