# Openwork pullover with short sleeves

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Sizes: S (M, L, XL).

For knitting a pullover, we need: blue yarn (wool 100%, 210 m / 100 g); Spokes straight № 4,5; Circular knitting needles №4,5 (length - 60 cm), auxiliary needle; markers and loop holders.

Observe the density of knitting:
For the pattern “rice”: 20 p. And 34 p. = 10 x 10 cm;
According to the scheme 1: 5.5 cm and 32 p. = 10 x 10 cm;
According to scheme 2: 9.5 cm and 32 p. = 10 x 10 cm;

Legend:
О & П - shortened rows
K4P - remove 2 loops on the auxiliary knitting needle at work, 2 PL, then 2LP with auxiliary knitting needles;
K4L - remove 2 points to the auxiliary needle before work, 2 LP, then 2LP from the auxiliary needle;
4 PP - remove 2 p. On the auxiliary needle at work, 2 LP, then 2IP from the auxiliary needle;
4 PL - remove 2 points to the auxiliary needle before work, 2IP, then 2LP from the auxiliary needle.
Pattern “rice” (an odd number of loops):
1st p. (LS): 1LP, * 1IP, 1LP; repeat from * to the end of the row;
2nd p. (IC): face loops knit PI, purl loop knit PL. Repeat the 2nd row.

Back.
Dial straight needles, depending on the size of 107 (113, 119, 125) loops 2 rows - the “rice” pattern. We continue further as follows:
1st installation row (LS): knit 57 (61, 65, 69) loops - pattern “rice”, 1IP, further to the next. 12 loops do rapport 2 times (Scheme 4), place a marker, continue on the next 12 loops, do rapport 2 times (Scheme 5), put a marker, and on the next 20 loops perform rapport 2 times (Scheme 3), put a marker, 1IP, 4 (6, 8, 10) loops - pattern “rice”.
2nd installation row (IC): 4 (6, 8, 10) loops - “rice” pattern, 1LP, 20 loops - 2 times rapport (scheme 3), 12 loops - 2 times rapport (scheme 5), 12 loops - 2 times rapport (scheme 4), 1LP, 57 (61, 65, 69) loops - the “rice” pattern.
3rd and 4th setup rows: repeat 1st and 2nd row.
Next, we knit all the schemes of the 5th row, continue to work on the pattern and on each side of the loop a “rice” pattern, until the length of the part is 9.5 cm directly from the typed edge.
The next series of decreases (LS): 1 loop - “rice” pattern, 2LP together for the back wall, then knit according to the pattern up to the last three loops: 2LP together, 1 loop - “rice” pattern.
We repeat the decrease in every sixth row 3 more times. Total we get 99 (105, 111, 117) loops. Three rows of knit straight.
Compensation in shortened rows.
Pay special attention! In order to compensate for the difference in density of the series directly between a large fragment of the “rice” pattern and a section of the braid that is located along the left edge, the shortened rows are knitted directly above the “rice” pattern only on the back.
1st shortened row (LS): on all hinges we carry out the pattern “rice” up to the dividing 1IP: О & П;
2nd shortened row (IC): until the end of the row the “rice” pattern.
Repeat these two rows after performing 10 rows directly to the end of the back. At the same time, at the same time, we are performing 6 rows from the 1st set of shortened rows, we continue to form the side in the following way:
Incremental series (LS): 1 loop - “rice” pattern, add 1 p., Then knit on the pattern until the last loop: 1 loop add, 1 loop - with “rice” pattern.
Repeat the addition of every 6th row 3 more times. Thus we get 107 (113, 119, 125) loops.
We continue the work, we perform two shortened rows immediately after every 10 rows.
Further, at a height of 34 cm from the edge, we begin to make armholes, for this we close 4 (5, 5, 5) loops at the beginning of each subsequent fourth row, then diminish 1 loop on both sides of each row, respectively (5, 7, 8) times. We continue to work straight until the height of the armholes is respectively 19 (20.5, 21.5, 23), see. Then we perform the shoulder bevel.
Pay attention! Due to the difference in knitting density, the number of closed loops for each shoulder will be different.
We close 7 (8, 7, 9) loops at the beginning of the next facial row, then 6 (7, 6, 8) at the beginning of the next purl line.
We continue to close 7 (7, 8, 8) loops at the beginning of the next two front rows and 6 (6, 7, 7) loops at the beginning of the next 2 purl rows. Then close the last 42 loops.

Before.
We collect on straight needles 127 (133, 139, 145) loops, 2 rows - the “rice” pattern. We continue as follows:
1st installation row (BOS): tie 4 (6, 8, 10) paragraphs with a “rice” pattern, then execute the 1st installation row for all patterns, then knit a repeat of 18 paragraphs according to scheme 1, place a marker, then the rapport on 30 under the scheme 2, place the marker, then the rapport on the 18 p. according to scheme 1, place the marker, then follow. 20 p. Rapport according to scheme 3 twice, place a marker, then on the next. 12 p. Rapport according to scheme 5 twice, place a marker, then follow. 12 p. Rapport according to scheme 4 twice, place a marker, 1 w., Then knit 12 (16, 20, 24) p. With a “rice” pattern.
2nd installation p. (IS): 12 (16, 20, 24) loops - “rice” pattern, 1LP, double rapport (diagram 5) on 12 loops, double rapport (diagram 4) on the next 12 loops, two times rapport (diagram 3) on following 20 loops, rapport (scheme 2) on 18 loops, rapport (schemes 1) on 18 loops, 4 (6, 8, 10) loops - the “rice” pattern.
3rd and 4th installation rows: repeat the 1st and 2nd rows.
Next, we knit all the schemes from the 5th row, further along the figure, with a “rice” pattern on each side, until the part length is 9.5 cm from the typesetting edge.
A number of decreases (LS): 1 loop - “rice” pattern, 2 LPs together behind the back. walls, then - according to the drawing up to the last 3 loops: 2 PLs together, 1 loop - the “rice” pattern.
We repeat the reductions in every sixth row 3 more times. Total we get119 (125, 131, 137) loops. Further 9 rows right in the picture.
Pay special attention! Due to the smaller fragment of the “rice” pattern on the sides of the front, the corresponding shortened rows should not be performed.
A number of additions (LS): 1 loop - “rice” pattern, add 1 p., Then - according to the drawing to the last loop: 1 loop, add, 1 loop - “rice” pattern.
Repeat increments in every 6th row 3 more times. Total we get 127 (133, 139, 145) loops. We continue the work further on the drawing. At a height of 34 cm from the edge of the set we start to make armholes as follows: close 4 (5, 5, 5) loops at the beginning of each of the next 4 rows, then decrease 1 loop on both sides of each row 4 (4, 6) , 7) times. Total we get 103 (105, 107, 111) loops. We continue to knit straight until the height of the armholes is 12.5 (14, 15, 16.5), respectively.

Cut neck.
Track. Row: (BOS): we perform 40 (41, 42, 44) loops, rotate the work and transfer the remaining 63 (64, 65, 67) loops to the looper, after which we end both sides separately.
In the next row (IC) close 4 loops from the neck, in the next persons. a series we reduce 1 loop from a mouth. Repeat the last two rows one more time.
Then we subtract 1 loop from the side of the neck in the next four rows, and in each person. reduce the row on the side of the 5x1 p. Total we get 21 (22, 23, 25) loops. Next, we knit straight until the height of the armholes is equal to the armholes of the backrest parts.

Left shoulder.
From the side of the shoulder we close 1 times 7 (8, 7, 9) loops, then twice 7 (7, 8, 8) loops.
With faces. side we attach the thread from the side of the neckline and knit according to the pattern on the next 23 loops. We transfer these loops to the looper, then close the next 4 loops (on the right side of the cut), end the right side symmetrically with the left.

Sleeve pullover.
We collect on straight needles 74 (78, 82, 86) loops, perform 2 rows with the “rice” pattern.
Installation row (BOS): 4 (6, 8, 10) loops - pattern “rice”, 1IP, then knit from the 3rd installation row [6 loops according to the scheme 5, 2ip] 4 times, then [6 loops - by scheme 4, 2IP] 4 times, 1IP, finish 4 (6, 8, 10) loops - pattern “rice”.
We keep the pattern drawing on both sides, at the same time, in the “rice” pattern we reduce in every fourth row 3 times 1 loop. Total we get: 80 (84, 88, 92). Then knit straight until the length of the part is 5 cm from the typesetting edge.
We close on both sides for rounded sleeves 4 (5, 5, 5) loops at the beginning of the next two rows, then 4 loops at the beginning of the next 2 rows. Further down 1 loop on both sides, respectively, in each row 4 (3, 3, 3) times. Total we get 56 (60, 64, 68) loops. After that, on both sides we subtract from each person. row 1 loop 15 (17, 19, 21) times. Close the remaining 14 loops.

Assembly.
Perform shoulder seams.
We perform the gate as a continuation of the patterns directly along the front neckline cutout, in the same way as the left shoulder of the backrest.
Arrange the markers as follows: 1 marker in the center of the pattern of the scheme 2; 2nd marker - in the center of the pattern of scheme 1 (the middle of the neckline); 3rd marker - at the end of 20 loops of scheme 3; The 4th marker is on the left shoulder of the back, that is, at the beginning of the 2 braids; 5th marker - at the end of the neckline on the back.
We type on the circular needles, start with the 1st marker loop and knit as follows: 16 loops - on the front left edge of the neckline; Next, we knit, according to Figure 23, the loops of the neckline in front of the looper, diminishing 1 of the last loop; further 28 loops along the front right edge of the neckline; then 42 loops on the neckline of the back; further 12 loops of the front left edge of the neckline. Total we get 120 loops. We do not connect loops into a circle, but we knit in direct and inverse rows in this way:
The following row (IS): 4 loops - “rice” pattern, 2IP, [2LP, 2 PI] twice, 4 LP, [4IP, 2LP] twice, [2IP, 2LP] 13 times, 4IP, 8LP, 4IP, 8LP, [2IP, 2LP] twice, 2IP, finish 4 loops - the “rice” pattern.
We knit eight more rows in this way, follow the patterns according to scheme 1, then according to scheme 3 only from the 15th to the 18th row through the neck of the front part, then twice under the scheme 4 through the neck of the rear part (back).
Next row (LS): 2 loops - “rice” pattern, * remove the trace. 2 loops (for a lace) on a pin or a marker, type 2 loops, move the loops and knit 2 loops with the “rice” pattern, then knit according to the pattern up to the last 4 loops: repeat between * ¬ * for the second cord, knit the remaining two loops pattern “rice”.
Next, we knit according to the pattern, until the height of the gate is 6.5 cm, after which the loops are closed.

Lace (must be tied 2).
Returning to the 2nd paragraph for the first cord.
1st p.: [Out of 1 loop we knit 2LP: 1 for the rear st., 1 for the front st.] Twice = 4 loops.
We knit a string about 30 cm long, then we stretch the thread through all 4 loops and tighten it, closing the loop at the end.
Sew the sleeves. Perform all other seams.

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