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Only persons are shown on the diagram. As far as I looked at the photo, there are 8 rows between crossings
In a beige dress braid of facial 6 loops and 2 purl edges. 
I don’t have a scheme, and it’s just that: you knit 2 life, 6 persons, 2 life, to the height of a link. Then you turn the braid: remove 3 loops of the braid on a separate needle, place it behind or before work (depending on which way you need to "tighten"), tie the next 3 loops of the braid, and then those 3 loops from the auxiliary needle. 

..... shleechki for pulling the tape, then option 2 
1. This is to make holes in the canvas itself on the sides of the braid using an un-tied nakida, for example.
2. Run part of the braid in the form of a strap over the main blade. There, a part of the braid is made separately, and behind it the fabric is knitted already without the braid with the front braid, additionally, the same number of loops as in the braid. After the loop, the braids and double loops are knitted together with 2 spokes. 
I think that in beige, the 1st variant is quite suitable, it is even simpler. 

still options of the scheme openwork:

So, the results: Knit the bottom of the dress, pick up the openwork according to these two schemes, then divide by 4 wedges and 3 braids (9 loops + 2 sided loops on each side). In the two central wedges on the one hand, 13 times a decrease of 2 loops (how many times - recalculate for your size). But exactly the reductions in only two wedges? On the sides, is it not? Although it really is not similar. Further somehow to lower the hinges for the sleeve - it is not visible at all, you can only count how many loops remain in the wedge after the decreases. And for some reason, unevenly, in the area of ​​the drop neck for the rounding-up, on one side of the wedge there was one loop along the entire notch, and on the other side it was reduced. Behind more for buttons stitched stitching. I don’t even think about tying the neck. Sleeve - openwork the same. 

3 braids, 9 p. + 4; = 39 p. 
2 of the wedge to 22 p.
and another 2 lanes on the sides of approximately 26 p. 
Total: approx. 135 p. + 2 chrome. quite suitable: 10 rapports + loops before and after rapport and another 2 sts per seam (1 on each side). 

Decreases in wedges - first 6 times every 10 r, then 1 time after 6 r. and again 6 times every 10 p. 
As for reductions along the side seams - here I am not sure: if initially there are 26 paragraphs in the side bands, and only 9 remain at the top, then either 17 paragraphs decrease for armholes (not too much?), Or there are still decreases on the sides.
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