Cathy

Women Crochet Top Perforated

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Dimensions
36/38 (42/44)
 

 
YOU'LL NEED
Yarn (100% cotton; 70 m/50 g) - 750 (850) g of sulfur; spokes 4.5 and 5; roundspokes No.4.5.
 

SATOOR AND SCHEMA
 

AJURNY SATOR
The number of loops is multiples of 13 x 1 (0) q 2 cromzq q knit sog. Scheme 1. It gives the front rows. In the out-of-the-way rows of the loop to tie through the pattern or sogle. instructions, naquisition snare facials. For the 1st size start with 1 crotty, rapport is constantly repeating, finish with a loop after rapport and 1 crom. For the 2nd size start with 1 crotty and loops from the arrow, rapport constantly repeat, finish with loops to arrow and 1 crotty. Constantly repeating the 1-4th rows.


SOSOON FROM "COS" A
The number of loops is multiples of 26 q 1 (13) q 2 cromzq q knit sog. Scheme 2. It gives the front rows. In the out-of-the-way rows of the loop to tie through the pattern or sogle. instructions, naquiss to tie the sogle. How to. For the 1st size start with 1 crotty, rapport is constantly repeating, finish with a loop after rapport and 1 crom. For the 2nd size start with 1 crotty and loops from arrow A, rapport constantly repeat, finish with loops to arrow B and 1 crotty, with the first highlighted gray tips in the 15-19th rows of the pattern, as well as the first 3 highlighted gray knotted together with the gray tilting to the left of a pair of loops in the 35-39 rows to replace the one front. At the end of the row the last 3 capes, as well as the last 3 pairs of loops tied together are also replaced by facial loops. Constantly repeating the 1-40th rows.




SOSOON FROM "COS" B
The number of loops is multiples of 26 q 1 q 2 cromz q knit, like pattern A, sog. Scheme 2. For both sizes start with 1 crotty, rapport is constantly repeating, finish with a loop after rapport and 1 crom. Constantly repeating the 1-12th rows.
 

THE NIGHT-TIME
Facial rows - out-of-the-button loops, out-of-the-range rows - face loops.
 

THE
15.5 p. x 23 r. 10 x 10 cm, connected by a delicate pattern and a night-length surface;
18 p. x 23 p. 10 x 10 cm, connected by patterns from "kos" A and B.
 

Attention
Reducing the width due to different knitting density is depicted on the pattern in the form of a slant.
 

Pattern




DOING THE JOB
 

Back
On spokes No.4.5 dial 81 (93) loops and for the bar to tie 1 cm to 1 button row of the face and 2 rows of the black.

Continue the work on spokes number 5 with a delicate pattern.

After 24.5 cm, 56 rows from the bar continue to work with a pattern of "kos" A.

After 35 cm, 80 rows (38.5 cm) from the change of pattern leave for the neck average of 37 (41) pp. and both sides finish separately.

After 36.5 cm, 84 rows (40 cm and 92 rows) from the change of pattern close the remaining 22 (26) p. shoulders.
 

Before
Knit as a back, but for a deeper neck already through 32 cm q 74 rows (35.5 cm q 82 rows) from the change of pattern leave the average 31 (35) p. and both sides finish separately.

To round the inner edge, reduce in each 2nd row 3 x 1 p. At the height of the back close the remaining 22 (26) p. shoulders.
 

Sleeves
Dial on spokes No.4.5 for each sleeve of 43 loops and tie the bar as on the back, while in the last outboard row, evenly distributed, to add 12 p. q 55 p.

Continue working on spokes number 5 with a pattern of "kos" B.

At the same time, add the sleeves on both sides in each 12th row from the bar 9 x 1 p. (in each 8th row 14 x 1 p.) with a splint of the surface of the floor.

After 51.5 cm, 118 rows from the bar close all the loops.
 

Assembly
Perform shoulder stitches.

For the plank of the neck to dial on circular spokes left 37 (41) p. backs and 31 (35) p. front, between them to dial on rounding the neck on 10 loops and on all 88 (96) loops to tie 5 circular rows of the face. Then close all the loops like facials.

Stitch up the sleeves, perform side seams and sleeve seams.







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