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The combination of patent and tracery patterns in this weightless mohair yarn jumper looks unusual and intriguing.



38/40 (42/44) 46/48


Yarn (75% mohair, 25% silk; 225 m / 25 g) - 125 (150) 150 g anthracite; needles number 4 and 5.



The number of loops is a multiple of 6 + 3 + 2 edging. 

Facial rows: edging, alternately 3 purl, 3 facial, finish 3 purl and 1 edging. 

Purl rows: knit loops on the picture.


Front rows - front loops, purl rows - purl loops.


Odd number of loops. 

1st row: * 1 front, 1 loop with 1 nakida remove, as purl, from * constantly repeat, finish 1 face. 

2nd row: * 1 loop with 1 nakida remove, as purl, knit the next loop with nakida together front, from * constantly repeat, finish, removing 1 loop with 1 nakida, as purl. 

3rd row: * knit the next loop with the nakida together with the front one, remove 1 loop with 1 nakida, like a purl, from * constantly repeat, finish, knitting the next nakida loop with the facial one. 

Perform 1–3 of the 1st row, then constantly repeat the 2nd and 3rd rows.


The number of loops is a multiple of 3 + 2 edge = knit acc. pattern. On it are given facial rows. In purl rows, knit all loops and nakida purl. Start with 1 edge, repeat constantly, repeat 1 edge. Constantly repeat 1st to 4th rows.


16.5 p. X 30 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by the front surface; 
14 p. X 40.5 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by a patent pattern; 
17.5 p. X 27 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by a mesh pattern. 
Pay attention to the fact that in the patent pattern in the knitted fabric only every 2nd row is visible.


Due to the different density of knitting in front in the area of ​​the patent pattern in the middle it turns out shorter. On the pattern it is depicted as a rounding. In front of a little wider, this extra width is once again slightly set in the neckline area.




On the needles No. 5, dial 101 (107) 113 loops with a cross-shaped set and tie a 7 cm elastic band for the slat. 

Continue to work the facial smoothness. 

After 46.5 cm = 140 rows from the plank, leave for the shoulder bevel on both sides 1 x 4 p., Then in each 2nd row 7 x 3 p. (3 x 4 p. And 4 x 3 p.) 6 x 4 p. And 1 x 3 p., While the work is constantly rotated with 1 nakida. 

After 52 cm = 156 rows from the bar, close all the loops with a double thread, as facial ones, while at the time of closing, permanently knit knit nakida with the previous or subsequent loop together with the front one, respectively, to avoid the formation of holes. The average 45 points form a neck; the outer parts of 28 (31) 34 each point are shoulders.


Start knitting like a back, but the gum should start and finish with 3 facial ones, respectively, and continue to work as follows after the slat: edging, 27 (30) 33 n. Front smoothing, 45 n. edging. 

After 44.5 cm = 134 rows from the plank (measured along the side edge) or after 33 cm = 134 rows from the plank (measure in the middle) with a double thread, close the neck 29 of the middle section and both sides finish separately. 

For rounding along the inner edge, close in each 2nd row 8 x 1 n.  

At the same time, perform the shoulder bevels, as on the back. 

After 52 cm = 156 rows from the plank (measure along the lateral edge) leave the remaining 3 sts and close the left 28 (31) 34 sr shoulders, as on the back.


Dial on needles No. 4 for each sleeve with 50 (50) 56 loops with a cross-shaped set and tie 3 cm for the strap with an elastic band, starting with 3 facial loops and finish with 3 purl and in the last purl row add 3 points = 53 (53) 59 p.  

Continue work on the needles No. 5 with a reticulated pattern. 

At the same time add for bevel sleeves on both sides in each 8th row from the bar 10 x 1 p. And in each 6th row 2 x 1 p. (In each 6th row 15 x 1 p.) In each 6- m row 15 x 1 p. acc. pattern = 77 (83) 89 p.  

Through 36.5 cm = 98 rows from the plank close all the loops.


Run shoulder seams. 

For the strap, type on circular knitting needles No. 4 along the edge of the neck 120 loops and tie 3 cm in pattern with 1 circular rows (= alternately 3 facial, 3 purl). Then double thread close all the loops on the picture. 

Sew the sleeves, complete the side seams and the seams of the sleeves. 

Photo: magazine "Sabrina" №8 / 2017

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