White linen dress

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Materials: 700 g of white linen yarn. Hook No. 2.5. 
Size: 52 

Accomplishment: The costume consists of a skirt and blouse. 
The skirt is made in the transverse direction of knitting. 
To build a skirt drawing, you need to measure 3 measures: 
1) Thigh Circumference (Ob) 
2) Waist Girth (From) 
3) Length of the skirt (Du).

Draw the skirt drawing - Fig. 1. The main pattern of knitting the skirt - CH. At the bottom of the skirt is a hem and a past in the technique of loin knitting. Tie a pattern of the fringe pattern (see diagram 1, figure 2) and determine its size at the bottom of the skirt. Tie a pattern pattern from the CH, determine the density of the knitting and make a calculation for the beginning of knitting (the length of the skirt without the rim + the length of the rim). Determine how many bars there are on the site from the waist line to the hip line. Determine how many rows you need to tie in order to get the necessary width of the skirt. The skirt is tightened by replacing the SN in the RLS in a certain order, i.e. use of columns of different heights. Tie a pattern pattern from the RLS and determine how many centimeters the RLS row is below the HF row.

Attention! When calculating it is necessary to take into account that linen yarn gives a significant shrinkage after washing. Therefore, the associated samples should be washed and dried, and then, according to the processed samples, do calculations of the density of knitting. 
In our case, the following results of calculations were obtained. Tie for skirt 207 VP + 3VP for lifting. And in the 1st row there is the following distribution of loops: 67 loops - for the rim, then 15 SN, 15 loops - for proshvy and 110 SN - the upper part of the skirt. In order to perform the tightening, in the section from the waist line to the hip line (56 bars), we will replace each part of the SN with the RLS in each 4-th row, namely: 
1-3 ranks: 110 SN skirts and then past and rim . 
4th row: 14 RLS (from waist side), 96 SN, then farther and fringe. 
5-7th series: 110 SN skirts and then past and fringe.
8th row: 28 RLS (from waist side), 82 SN, then farther and fringe. 
9-11th series: 110 SN skirts and then the past and the rim. 
12th row: 42 RLS (from waist side), 68 SN, then farther and fringe. 
13-15th series: 110 SN skirts and then past and rim. 
The 16th row: 56SBN (from the waist side), 54 SN, then the fringe and the rim. 
Repeat these rows 11 times (for the necessary width of the skirt). 
Finish the skirt of the skirt with a needle and thread, connecting the tops of the columns of the last row with the loops of the initial chain. The upper edge of the skirt is tied in several rows of RLS. From the wrong side, sew an elastic band to the belt of your skirt, closed in a ring.
The blouse is made in a pattern with a vtaknym sleeve (Figure 2). The direction of knitting is also transverse. At the bottom of the blouse and sleeves, the rim is made in the technique of loin knitting according to the scheme. 3 slightly different from the skirt.

Type the chain from the VP to the height of the lateral line (segment AB in Figure 2) and begin to knit the back, performing the armhole. From the initial chain to the other side (to do without a side seam) start to perform before. By tying the armhole on the back and front, you can connect the canvas along the shoulder line and knit with a single cloth. And you can continue to perform the backrest and before separately, and then sew the shoulder seams. Bind on the width of the shoulder, divide the knitting into 2 parts and tie separately in front and back, performing the corresponding cutouts of the necks. Then connect again the canvas together and tie it to the width of the shoulder. Finish in front and back separately, doing armhole work. Stitch along the sideline. Also in the transverse direction, bind the sleeves, sew them and sew them into the armhole. Tie the neck one row of the RLS and next to the "pico", alternating 3 RLS and "pico" of 3 VP.

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