Long laced pullover with lacing

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Due to the voluminous wick of ribbon yarn, the jagged pattern and elastic of this casual pullover are especially spectacular. 

36/38 (42/44) 48/50 

Yarn (64% cotton, 36% polyacryl; 70 m / 50 g) - 700 (750) 800 g blue; Knitting needles number 6; circular needles number 6; hook number 6. 


Rows in the forward and reverse directions (an odd number of loops). Edge, alternately 1 face, 1 purl, finish 1 face, edge. In the purl rows of the loop knit by drawing. 

Facial rows - facial hinges, purl rows - purl loops. 

The number of loops is a multiple of 16 + 15. 

Knit acc. pattern. On it are given facial rows. To knit the loops in the purl rows according to the pattern, knit the nakida with the purl.

Rapport constantly repeat, finish the first 15 loops of rapport. Run 1 times the 1–46th row, then constantly repeat the 19–46th row. 

14 p. X 20 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by a rubber band (measured in a slightly stretched form); 
14 p. X 23 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by the front surface and the openwork pattern. 



Dial with needles 67 (75) 83 loops and for the strap tie 8 cm with an elastic band. 

Continue the work as follows: hem edge, 1 (5) 1 n. Face trim, 63 (63) 79 n. Openwork pattern, 1 (5) 1 n. Face smooth satin, edge. 

Eraser exactly continues in the first 12 rows of openwork pattern.

For the yoke through 48.5 cm = 112 rows from the strip, i.e. after the 28th row of the pattern, continue working on all the loops with a rubber band. 

After 12 cm = 24 rows from the beginning of the knitting of the yoke close for the shoulder bevel on both sides 1 x 5 (5) 7 p., Then in each 2nd row 1 x 5 p. And 2 x 6 p. (1 x 6 p . and 2 x 7 p.) 3 x 7 p. 

After 16 cm = 32 rows from the start of knitting the yoke leave 23 (25) 27 p. for the neck. 

Knitting, like a back, but with a cut and a deeper neck. 

To cut through 32 cm = 74 rows from the plank, knit out of the middle loop 1 front and 1 face crossed (= edge), divide the work between these loops and finish both sides separately.

Along the edge of the incision, before and after the hem, constantly knit one loop with the front satin stitch and make sure that the number of nakida and knit loops coincide. 

After 2 cm = 4 rows from the beginning of the knitting, the yoke is closed for the neck along the inner edge 1 x 5 (6) 7 p., Then in each 2nd row 1 x 3 p., 1 x 2 p. And 2 x 1 p. 

on the spokes for each sleeve 33 (37) 41 loops and for the strap tie 8 cm with an elastic band, at the same time, start and finish with 1 purl between the hem. 

Continue the work as follows: edge, 0 (2) 4 n. Front smooth, 31 n. Openwork pattern, 0 (2) 4 n. Front smooth, edge.

For the bevel of the sleeves, add on both sides in each 6th row from the slat 6 x 1 section (in each 6th row 4 x 1 section and in each 4th row 3 x 1 section) in each 6th row 2 x 1 p. and in every 4th row 6 x 1 p. acc. pattern = 45 (51) 57 p. 

After 20 cm = 46 rows from the bar, close the sleeves for both sides with 1 x 2 p. on each side, then in every 2nd row 7 x 2 p. 

Through 27 cm = 62 rows from the bar close the remaining 13 (19) 25 p. 

Run shoulder seams. 

Dial on the circular knitting needles on the right edge of the neck of the front 28 (29) 30 loops, add to them the left 23 (25) 27 loops of the backrest and dial on the left edge of the neck of the front 28 (29) 30 loops. 

For a strap, knit on all 79 (83) 87 loops on the front satin stitch, while starting with 1 purl row. After 3 cm = 7 rows freely close the loop.

Half loosen the strap and sew to the initial row of the strap. 

Crochet the edges of the incision 1 near Comm. Art., while Comm. Art. perform on the front side near the edge, the working thread at the same time goes from the bottom. 

For lacing perform a chain of vp length approx. 100 cm. Thread the chain at the bottom edge of the cut to the middle, then cross-thread evenly through the edges of the cut. 

Sew sleeves acc. size on the pattern, if necessary, slightly pulling. Run side seams and sleeve seams.

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