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Sleeveless pullover free pattern

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Sizes: 36/38 (40/42) 44/46. 

To knit a pullover, you will need: 
• 200 (250) 300 g of white and beige yarn (35% cashmere, 35% merino wool, 30% viscose, 92 m / 50 g); 
• straight needles number 4 and number 4.5; 
• circular needles number 4. 

Attention! White and beige yarn knit together. 

Gum A, needles number 4: alternately 2 face, 2 purl. 

Gum B, needles number 4: alternately 1 front, 1 purl. 

All other patterns knit on the number 4.5. 

The front smooth surface: front rows - front loops, purl rows - purl loops. 

Wrong surface: front rows - back loops, purl rows - front loops. 

Scythe (width 14 loops): knit according to the scheme, on which only the front rows are shown, knit in the purl rows of the loop according to the pattern, knit the nakida with the purl. 
Repeat from 1st to 8th row 

Knitting density. 
Front and back surface: 16.5 loops and 25 rows = 10 x 10 cm;
Spit = 7 cm in width. 


Pullover Knitting. 

Back. 
Dial 74 (82) 90 loops and tie 6 cm with an elastic band A, while adding 10 loops = 84 (92) 100 loops evenly in the last row. 
Then knit as follows: hem, 11 (15) 19 loops of the front surface, 2 loops of the back surface, 2 loops of the front surface, 14 loops of the braid, 2 loops of the front surface, 2 loops of the back surface, 16 loops of the front surface, 2 loops of the back surface, 2 loops of a front smooth surface, 14 loops of a braid, 2 loops of a front smooth surface, 2 loops of a seamy smooth surface, 11 (15) 19 loops of a front smooth surface, edging. 
After 40 cm = 100 rows (38.5 cm = 96 rows) 37 cm = 92 rows from the rubber band A, close for 3 armholes on each side 3 loops and in every 2nd row 2 times 2 and 4 times 1 loop = 62 (70) 78 loops.
After 60 cm = 150 rows from the rubber band A, close the shoulder bevels on both sides with 5 (6) 7 loops and in each 2nd row 3 times 4 (5) 6 loops. 
Simultaneously with the 1st decrease of the shoulder, close the middle 18 loops for the neckline cut and finish both sides separately. 
For rounding, close from the inside edge in each 2nd row 1 time 3 times and 1 time 2 loops. 
Through 62.5 cm = 156 rows from gum A, all loops should be closed. 


Before. 
Knit the same, but with a polo collar.
To do this, through 37.5 cm = 94 rows from gum A, knit 1 face row along the pattern and, starting with the next purse row, continue knitting along the pattern on the loops from the 1st to the 45th (1st to the 49th) 1 y-53rd loops on the right side of the front side, while on the inner 6 loops evenly add 3 loops and knit these 9 loops with an elastic band B = polo strap. 
In total there are 48 (52) 56 loops on the needle. 
The remaining 39 (43) 47 loops of the 2nd half are set aside. 
Run on the left side of the armhole, as in the back = 37 (41) 45 loops. 
After 56 cm = 140 rows from the rubber band A, lay 12 loops to round the notch from the inner edge and close each 2nd row 3 times 2 times and 2 times 1 loop each. 
Run on the left side of the shoulder bevel, as in the back.
Put into work the deferred 39 (43) 47 loops and finish the left half symmetrically on the front side, at the same time immediately add 9 loops for the polo strap and knit them with an elastic band B (lower strap). 

Assembly. 
Run shoulder and side seams. 
Transfer the pending 12 loops on each side to circular needles, between them additionally dial 57 loops along the neckline and knit on all 81 loops with an elastic band B. 
At a height of 1 cm, continue to knit with an elastic band A, while doubling the back 27 loops = 108 loops. 
At the height of the collar of 8 cm all the loops close on the picture. 
At the edges of the armhole, type on the circular needles 92 (96) 100 loops and tie 3 cm with an elastic band B, then close all the loops according to the pattern.








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