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The feminine and elegant top with open shoulders, small sleeves and a frill, launched on top of the model, looks very romantic.


36/38 (40) 42/44


Yarn (100% cotton; 180 m / 50 g) - 300 (350) 400 g col. flax; Knitting needles number 3; 2 pairs of long circular needles No. 3; elastic thread of a suitable color.

Openwork pattern
The number of loops is a multiple of 8 + 1 + 2 edging = knit acc. pattern. On it are given facial rows. In the purl ranks all the loops and nakida knit purl. Start with 1 edge and loops before rapport, repeat repeat constantly, finish with loops after rapport and 1 edge. Run 1 times of the 1–20th row, then repeat once more 1–10th rows = 30 rows in total.

Openwork GUM

Knit like an openwork pattern, but constantly repeat only the 11th and 12th rows of the pattern.

In the front rows at the beginning of the row = edge, 1 front, 2 loops knit together the front; at the end of the row = knit up to 4 loops from the end, then knit 2 loops together with a tilt to the left (1 loop to remove, as a front one, 1 face, then stretch it through the removed loop), 1 face, edge.

Rows in the forward and reverse direction: front rows - front loops, purl rows - purl loops. Circular rows: face loops only.

The number of loops is a multiple of 8 = knit, like an openwork pattern, but agreed. circular pattern. The diagram shows odd circular rows. In even circular rows, knit all the loops and nakida. Constantly repeat only rapport. Run 1 of the 1–20th round rows, then repeat 1 more times of the 1–10 th round rows = 30 round rows in total.

24 p. X 33 p. / Krug.r. = 10 x 10 cm, connected with an openwork pattern; 
26 p. X 28 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by an elastic band; 
24 p. X 26 p. / Krug.r. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by the front surface.



Dial 123 (131) 139 loops on the spokes and tie 1 purl row with facial. This series is not taken into account in subsequent calculations. 

Then for a border, tie 9 cm = 30 rows with an openwork pattern. 

Continue to work openwork rubber band. 

Due to the different density of knitting, the width after the border is reduced. On the pattern this is depicted as a short bevel. 

For the beginning of the raglan bevel, 27 cm = 76 rows from the border weave a mark to the edge for clarity. 

Then it is emphasized to lower for raglan bevel on both sides 1 x 1 p., Then in every 2nd row 19 (22) 25 x 1 p.  

Through 41.5 cm = 116 rows (43.5 cm = 122 rows) 45, 5 cm = 128 rows from the border leave the remaining 83 (85) 87 p.

Knit as back.

Dial on the spokes for each sleeve through 75 (83) 91 loops and tie 1 purl row with facial. 

Then, for the curb, continue to work with an openwork pattern. 

For the beginning of the raglan bevel, after 6 cm = 20 rows from the initial row, for clarity, weave a label into the edge and perform a raglan bevel, as on the back. 

At the same time, after 9 cm = 30 rows from the initial row, continue work openwork with an elastic band. 

The reduction in width due to the different density of knitting on the pattern is taken into account in the size of the raglan bevel. 

After 11 cm = 30 rows (13 cm = 36 rows) 15 cm = 42 rows from the pattern change, leave the remaining 35 (37) 39 points.

Dial on long circular needles 320 (328) 336 loops, close the work into the ring and tie up 1 circular row of purses. This circular series is not taken into account in subsequent calculations. 

Continue the work of the shuttlecock pattern. 

After 9 cm = 30 circular rows from the initial row, continue the work with a pattern of 3 circular rows, while knitting 80 (82) 84 times every 3rd and 4th loop together with the front row = 240 (246) 252 n in the 1st circular row .  

The 3rd circumferential row, distributed evenly, reduce 4 (2) n 0.  

After 1.5 cm = 4 number of circular shift pattern to leave the remaining 236 (244) 252 n.

The hinges of the back, 1st sleeve, front and 2nd sleeve alternately dial the 2nd pair of long circular needles = 236 (244) 252 loops. Run raglan seams to the marks, as well as side seams and sleeve seams. To pull the shuttlecock on the pullover so that both pairs of circular needles at the edge of the neck are parallel, the front of the pullover and the shuttlecock are outside. Then knit on 1 loop of the shuttlecock and pullover with facial together to connect both parts. 

The edge of the shuttlecock at the connection still sits up a little so that the shuttlecock forms light waves. Then, for the neckline, tie on 236 (244) 252 loops another 1 cm = 1 circular row with inner side + 1 circular row with facial + 1 circular row with inner side, then close all the loops, like facial ones. 

For the 1st straps, cut 18 threads 45 cm long each. Tie the threads 11 cm below the ends. Then weave a “braid” with a length of 19–20 cm and re-tie the threads at the end of the “braid”. Trim the fringe at the ends of the "braid". 2nd straps to perform similarly. After fitting (!), Sew the straps outside to the neckline so that they are placed on the shoulders and the fringe hangs over the shuttlecock. In the 1st and 3rd circular rows of the slat, push one elastic thread along the length equal to the width of the shoulders. 

Photo: magazine "Sabrina" №4 / 2017

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