Bertie

Openwork cardigan free pattern

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Sizes: S - M / L - XL - XXL - XXXL 

Materials: Yarn DROPS MUSKAT 650-700-750-850-900 grams of light pink 
or: DROPS BELLE 550-600-650-750-750 grams of pastel-pink 

Hosiery and circular needles (60 or 80 cm) No. 4 mm - or another size, so that the knitted pattern is obtained with a density of 21 p. x 28 rows of the front satin = 10 x 10 cm. 
Hosiery and circular needles (60 cm) No. 3.5 mm - for garter mating 
White pearl buttons: 6-6-6-6-6 pcs. 
Shawl knitting (with circular knitting): 
* 1 circle with facial loops, 1 circle with back loops *, repeat from * to *. 1 row = 2 circles. 

Scarce knitting (when knitting on both sides of the fabric): 
all rows are knitted with facial ones. 1 row = 2 rows of facial loops.

Pattern: 
See diagrams A.1 and A.2. On the diagrams all rows are facial. Addition advice 


Do not tie up 1 loop to the marker, make 1 nakid, tie 2 sided (the marker will be located between these loops), 1 nakid = 2 loops added. In the next row, knit the front folded cap to avoid a hole in the knitting. 

Loops: 
Holes for loops are made on the right bar in the front row. 1 loop = knit together the 3rd and 4th loops from the edge of the shelf, make 1 nakid. Loops are performed at the following distance from the top edge of the plank: 
Size S: 15, 23, 31, 39, 47 and 55 cm. 
Size M / L: 15, 23, 31, 39, 48 and 57 cm. 
Size XL: 16, 24 , 32, 41, 50 and 59 cm. 
Size XXL: 16, 25, 34, 43, 52 and 61 cm.
XXXL size: 17, 27, 36, 45, 54 and 63 cm. 
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Shelves and back: 
Knitting is performed in both directions on circular knitting needles.
Dial 311-351-411-439-495 loops (including 6 loops of the ledge on each side) on the circular needles No. 3.5 mm. Tie 2 rows of garter knits (see description above). Go to the circular needles number 4 mm. Continue knitting from the front row: 6 loops of the garter stitch, 10-9-9-8-8 ws. P., * pattern A.1 (= 9 loops), 7-6-6-5-5 int. p. *, repeat from * to * 3-4-5-6-7 times, fix 1 marker (= on the right shelf), * 7-6-6-5-5 ws. p., pattern A.1 *, repeat from * to * 8-10-12-14-16 times, 7-6-5-5 ws. Claim, secure 1 marker (= back), * 7-6-6-5-5 ws. p., pattern A.1 *, repeat from * to * 3-4-5-6-7 times, 10-9-9-8-8 int. n., 6 loops strap garter stitch. Knit a garter stitch to the end of the work: knit the back loops with facial ones in the purl rows, and with the purl stitches in the facial rows. Move the markers higher in the process. When you knit 1 rapport pattern A.1, you should have 277-309-361-381-429 loops on the needles. Continue knitting pattern A.2 (= 7 loops) over the loops of pattern A.1 until the work is finished. When the length of knitting reaches 10 cm, start to reduce;
Knit 6 loops with a garter stitch, 2 loops together purl, 8-7-7-6-6 w. n., * pattern A.2, 2 n. together purl, 5-4-4-3-3 izn. p. *, repeat from * to * 3-4-5-6-7 times, marker, * 2 p. together purl, 5-4-4-3-3 ws. p., pattern A.2 *, repeat from * to * 8-10-12-14-16 times, 2 paragraphs together purl, 5-4-4-3-3 ws. p., marker, * 2 p. together purl, 5-4-4-3-3 w. p., pattern A.2 *, repeat from * to * 3-4-5-6-7 times, 2 paragraphs together purl, 8-7-7-6-6 ws. Sec., 6 loops of the garter stitch = 257-285-333-349-393 loops (20-24-28-32-36 loops reduced). Continue to knit with purl loops and a pattern, as above, until the knitting length reaches 13-14-14-15-15 cm. Then follow the steps to reduce the pattern: 6 hinge stitches, 7-6-6-5-5 wear. n., 2 n. together purl, * pattern A.2, 4-3-3-2-2 izn. p., 2 p. together purl *, repeat from * to * 3-4-5-6-7 times, marker, * 4-3-3-2-2 w. Sec., 2 Sec. together purl, pattern A.2 *, repeat from * to * 8-10-12-14-16 times, 4-3-3-2-2 ws. n., 2 nos. together purl, marker, * 4-3-3-2-2 w. n., 2 n. together purl, pattern A.2 *, repeat from * to * 3-4-5-6-7 times, 7-6-6-5-5 ws. p., 2 p. together with the purl, 6 loops of the garter strap = 237-261-305-317-357 loops (20-24-28-32-36 loops are lowered). Making loops on the right shelf - see the description above. Continue to subtract (i.e., in turn, on each side at the knitting site of the purl loops) every 3-4–4–5–5 cm another 4–3–2–2 times = 157-189-221-253-285 loops. Knit the next row as follows: 6 sling stitches, 4 kn. n., * pattern A.2, 1 ex. *, repeat from * to * 3-4-5-6-7 times, a marker, * 1 exp. p., pattern A.2 *, repeat from * to * 8-10-12-14-16 times, 1 res. P., marker, * 1 res. n., pattern A.2 *, repeat from * to * 3-4-5-6-7 times, 4 ws. n., 6 loops strap garter stitch. When the knitting length reaches 30 cm, add 1 loop on each side of each marker (= 4 loops added) - CM. ADVICE ON PERFORMANCE OF ADDITIVES! Increments are carried out with purl loops on the front side of the knitting and facial loops on the reverse side. Repeat the increments every 1½-2-2½-3½-3½ cm 9-7-6-5-5 times = 197-221-249-277-309 loops. When the knitting length reaches 48-49-50-51-52 cm, divide the loops as follows: remove the first and last 52-58-65-72-80 loops by an auxiliary needle for making shelves, cut the thread, then continue knitting with only medium ones 93-105-119-133-149 loops (= back). When the knitting length reaches 30 cm, add 1 loop on each side of each marker (= 4 loops added) - CM. ADVICE ON PERFORMANCE OF ADDITIVES! Increments are carried out with purl loops on the front side of the knitting and facial loops on the reverse side. Repeat the increments every 1½-2-2½-3½-3½ cm 9-7-6-5-5 times = 197-221-249-277-309 loops. When the knitting length reaches 48-49-50-51-52 cm, divide the loops as follows: remove the first and last 52-58-65-72-80 loops by an auxiliary needle for making shelves, cut the thread, then continue knitting with only medium ones 93-105-119-133-149 loops (= back). When the knitting length reaches 30 cm, add 1 loop on each side of each marker (= 4 loops added) - CM. ADVICE ON PERFORMANCE OF ADDITIVES! Increments are carried out with purl loops on the front side of the knitting and facial loops on the reverse side. Repeat the increments every 1½-2-2½-3½-3½ cm 9-7-6-5-5 times = 197-221-249-277-309 loops. When the knitting length reaches 48-49-50-51-52 cm, divide the loops as follows: remove the first and last 52-58-65-72-80 loops by an auxiliary needle for making shelves, cut the thread, then continue knitting with only medium ones 93-105-119-133-149 loops (= back). Increments are carried out with purl loops on the front side of the knitting and facial loops on the reverse side. Repeat the increments every 1½-2-2½-3½-3½ cm 9-7-6-5-5 times = 197-221-249-277-309 loops. When the knitting length reaches 48-49-50-51-52 cm, divide the loops as follows: remove the first and last 52-58-65-72-80 loops by an auxiliary needle for making shelves, cut the thread, then continue knitting with only medium ones 93-105-119-133-149 loops (= back). Increments are carried out with purl loops on the front side of the knitting and facial loops on the reverse side. Repeat the increments every 1½-2-2½-3½-3½ cm 9-7-6-5-5 times = 197-221-249-277-309 loops. When the knitting length reaches 48-49-50-51-52 cm, divide the loops as follows: remove the first and last 52-58-65-72-80 loops by an auxiliary needle for making shelves, cut the thread, then continue knitting with only medium ones 93-105-119-133-149 loops (= back).

Back: 
= 93-105-119-133-149 loops. To perform armholes, close the loops at the beginning of each row on both sides according to the scheme: close 4 loops 0-0-1-1-1 times, then 3 loops 1-1-1-1-2 times, 2 loops 2-4-4 -6-7 times and 1 loop 1-3-5-8-9 times = 77-77-79-79-83 loops. When the knitting length reaches 65-67-69-71-73 cm, re-center the average 31-33-35-37-39 loops on the auxiliary needle (for the neck) and finish each shoulder separately = 23-22-22-21-22 loops . From the edge of the neckline, tie the first 2 loops together with the front one = 22-21-21-20-21 loops. The loops that are not included in the pattern of pattern A.2, knit the front surface. Continue to knit pattern A.2, purl and facial satin, as before. When the knitting length reaches 66-68-70-72-74 cm, knit 1 row of garter stitch across the entire row, then close the loops. Knit the second shoulder by analogy.

Right shelf: 
= 52-58-65-72-80 loops. Close the loop for the armhole at the beginning of the row, on the same side as on the back = 44-44-45-45-47 loops. Continue to knit garter stitch, pattern A.2 and purl loops, as before. When the knitting length reaches 57-59-61-63-65 cm, make the increments for the neck: in the next front row, remove 14-15-16-17-18 loops from the middle of the front to the auxiliary needle for the neck (we will knit them first turn), then close the loops in each row from the neck: 2 loops 3 times and 1 loop 2 times = 22-21-21-20-21 loops left for the shoulder. The loops that are not included in the pattern of pattern A.2, knit the front surface. Continue knitting pattern A.2, purl loops, and the front satin finish, as before. When the knitting length reaches 66-68-70-72-74 cm, tie a 1 stitch of garter stitch across the entire row, close the loops.

Left shelf: 
Fits like the right, only in the opposite direction. 

Sleeves:
Knit circular knitting on the stocking knitting needles. Dial 96-105-105-112-112 loops on the stocking needles number 3.5 mm. Tie 2 rows of garter stitch. Go to the spokes number 4 mm. Pin 1 marker at the beginning of the circle. Then knit according to the scheme: * 7-6-6-5-5 int. p., pattern A.1 (= 9 loops) *, repeat from * to * around the circle (= 6-7-7-8-8 times). When you knit 1 rapport pattern A.1, you should have 84-91-91-96-96 loops on the needles. Knit with the pattern A.2 over the loops of the pattern A.1 and with the purl loops, as above. When the length of the work reaches 3 cm, follow the decrements according to the following scheme: * 2 loops together purl, 5-4-4-3-3 out. p., pattern A.2 *, repeat from * to * around the circle (= 6-7-7-8-8 loops lowered) = 78-84-84-88-88 loops on the needles. When the knitting length reaches 6-6-6-7-7 cm, perform the decrements: * 4-3-3-2-2 int. n., 2 loops together purl, pattern A.2 *, Repeat from * to * around the circle (= 6-7-7-8-8 loops decreased) = 72-77-77-80-80 loops. Repeat the reduction (in turn on each side at the knitting site of the purl loops) every 2½-3-3-4-4 cm 4-3-3-2-2 times = 48-56-56-64-64 loops. Knit the next row as follows: * 1 out. p., pattern A.2 *, repeat from * to * around the circle (= 6-7-7-8-8 times). The knitting length should be about 16 cm. When the length reaches 18 cm, start adding on each side of the marker - READ ADVICE ON EXECUTING EXTRA - (= 2 loops added), repeat the addition every 2½-3-2-2-1½ cm 11- 9-12-11-14 times = 72-76-82-88-94 loops. Knit added loops with purl. Continue with pattern A.2 and purl, until the length reaches 47-46-44-43-40 cm (the length of the sleeve for larger sizes is smaller due to the longer arm circumference and wider shoulder lines), close 6 loops at the base of the sleeve (= 3 loops on each side of the marker) and then knit the sleeve in rows in both directions on the circular needles until the work is completed. Close the sleeves for rounded sleeves at the beginning of each row on both sides: close 2 loops 4 times and 1 loop 1-4-7-10-14 times, then close 2 loops on each side until the sleeve width reaches 54-55- 55-56-56 cm, then close 3 loops 1 time on each side. NOTE: the loops that are not included in the pattern of pattern A.2, knit the front of the stitch. Close the remaining loops; the sleeve length should be approximately 55-56-56-57-57 cm. Tie the second sleeve by analogy. close 6 loops at the base of the sleeve (= 3 loops on each side of the marker) and then knit the sleeve in rows in both directions on the circular needles until the work is completed. Close the sleeves for rounded sleeves at the beginning of each row on both sides: close 2 loops 4 times and 1 loop 1-4-7-10-14 times, then close 2 loops on each side until the sleeve width reaches 54-55- 55-56-56 cm, then close 3 loops 1 time on each side. NOTE: the loops that are not included in the pattern of pattern A.2, knit the front of the stitch. Close the remaining loops; the sleeve length should be approximately 55-56-56-57-57 cm. Tie the second sleeve by analogy. close 6 loops at the base of the sleeve (= 3 loops on each side of the marker) and then knit the sleeve in rows in both directions on the circular needles until the work is completed. Close the sleeves for rounded sleeves at the beginning of each row on both sides: close 2 loops 4 times and 1 loop 1-4-7-10-14 times, then close 2 loops on each side until the sleeve width reaches 54-55- 55-56-56 cm, then close 3 loops 1 time on each side. NOTE: the loops that are not included in the pattern of pattern A.2, knit the front of the stitch. Close the remaining loops; the sleeve length should be approximately 55-56-56-57-57 cm. Tie the second sleeve by analogy. then close 2 loops on each side until the sleeve width reaches 54-55-55-56-56 cm, then close 3 loops 1 time on each side. NOTE: the loops that are not included in the pattern of pattern A.2, knit the front of the stitch. Close the remaining loops; the sleeve length should be approximately 55-56-56-57-57 cm. Tie the second sleeve by analogy. then close 2 loops on each side until the sleeve width reaches 54-55-55-56-56 cm, then close 3 loops 1 time on each side. NOTE: the loops that are not included in the pattern of pattern A.2, knit the front of the stitch. Close the remaining loops; the sleeve length should be approximately 55-56-56-57-57 cm. Tie the second sleeve by analogy.

Assembly: 
Perform shoulder seams. Sew the sleeves. Sew up buttons on the strap of the left shelf. 

Neck processing: 
Dial 100-120 loops (including loops from the auxiliary needle for the neck) on the edge of the neck into circular needles No. 3.5 mm. Tie 2 rows of garter stitch. Close the hinges.











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