Sweater with inserts free pattern

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SIZES 36/38 (40/42) 44/46 

YOU WILL NEED Yarn (55% natural wool, 33% polyacrylic, 12% cashmere; 118 m / 50 g) - 600 (600) 650 g marsh; Knitting needles № 4,5 and 5; short circular needles No. 4,5 and 5. 


The number of loops is a multiple of 4. 

Start with 1 purl row: edging, alternately 2 purl, 2 face, finish 2 purl, edging. 
In the front rows of the loop knit by drawing. 


Between the edge alternately 1 purl, 1 face. Loops shift one after each row. 


Dial 35 knit needles and knit acc. diagram 1. It shows the front rows. In the purl ranks knit all the loops by drawing or according. patterned. Through 42 rows from the initial row close all loops. 


Knit, as square A, but agreed. Scheme 2. 


22 p. x 30 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by a rubber on the needles No. 4, 5 (measured in a slightly stretched form); 
20 p. X 27 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by a rubber on the needles No. 5 (measured in a slightly stretched form); 18.5 p. X 31 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected with pearl pattern on the needles No. 5; 
squares A and B = 14.5 x 14.5 cm, connected on the needles No. 5 (measured stretched in shape). 


Separately connected squares A and B are strongly tightened. After sewing in the form of an insert, they take the size of the front. If necessary, before stitching, they should be stretched to the desired size. 

Elastic sleeves are depicted on the pattern in a slightly stretched form. When worn, it tightens and fits on the arm. 


For the spokes # 4, 5, dial 100 (108) 116 loops and tie 4.5 cm = 13 rows for an elastic band. Next, go to the spokes number 5 and continue to work with a pearl pattern. 

After 47.5 cm = 148 rows (49.5 cm = 154 rows) 51.5 cm = 160 rows from the plank, close the shoulder bevel on both sides for 1 x 5 (6) 7 points, then in each 2nd row 1 x 5 (6) 7 p. And 3 x 6 p.

After 51 cm = 158 rows (53 cm = 164 rows) 55 cm = 170 rows from the strip close the remaining 44 (48) 52 paragraphs, while the average 32 (34) 36 points form the neck, the outer 6 (7) 8 points - shoulders. 

On the needles No. 4, 5, dial 100 (108) 116 loops and tie 4 cm = 13 rows for the strap with a rubber band. Next, go to the needles number 5 and knit before separately for insertion. 

For the lower corner, continue working on the middle 36 loops with a pearl pattern, while in the 1st row on both sides add 1 edge crossover of a transverse thread = 38 n. 

Then, in order to give shape, subtract in every 2nd row (= in each front row ) on both sides * 5 x 1 p. and 1 x 2 p., repeat from * 1 more time, then subtract 4 x 1 p. in each 2nd row

Through 10.5 cm = 32 rows from the plank, knit the remaining 2 loops together with the front one and stretch the thread through the last loop. 

For the left side part, continue to work on the first 32 (36) 40 loops with a pearl pattern, while in the 1st row along the inner edge add 1 edge cross from a transverse thread = 33 (37) 41 n. 

Then, to shape the inner edge & reduce in each 2nd row * 5 x 1 item and 1 x 2 item, from * repeat 1 more time, then drop in each 2nd row 4 x 1 item = 15 (19) 23 item. After that add in each 2nd row 4 x 1 n. acc. pattern, then in each 2nd row ** add 1 x 2 p. and 5 x 1 p. acc. pattern, from ** repeat one more time = 33 (37) 41 p. From & repeat one more time. 

After 41 cm = 128 rows from the strip leave the loop.

The right side detail is knit the same way, but in a mirror image. 

For the upper corner, type 3 loops on the knitting needles and knit with a pearl pattern, with the first and last loops forming the edge loops = edge, first purl, edge in the 1st row. 

For shaping, add on both sides in each 2nd row from the initial row 4 x 1 par. pattern, then in each 2nd row * add 1 x 2 p. and 5 x 1 p. acc. to the pattern, from * repeat once more = 39 p. 

Through 10.5 cm = 32 rows from the initial row, pull the next or previous loop through the hem on both sides, respectively, and leave the remaining 37 p.

Hinge the left side part, the top corner and the right side part on 1 knitting needle and continue working on 103 (111) 119 loops with a pearl pattern, while knitting inner edge side parts with the 1st and last loop of the upper corner in the 1st row, respectively, together according pattern and simultaneously reduce at the end of a row 1 p. = 100 (108) 116 p. 

Shoulder bevel to perform, as on the back. 

Simultaneously with the 1 nd drop for the shoulder, close the neck averages 22 (24) 26 s. And finish both sides separately. 

For rounding on the inner edge, close in each 2nd row 1 x 2 p. And 3 x 1 p. 

Close the remaining 6 (7) 8 p. Of the shoulder at the height of the backrest. 

Run 4 squares with a pattern of "braids" A and 1 square with a pattern of "braids" B and acc. scheme to sew them in the form of an X-shaped insert. Then insert the insert in front of the item. pattern Arrows on the pattern = knitting direction. 

Dial for needles No. 4.5 for each sleeve with 50 (58) 66 loops and knit with pattern 1, in the 1st purl row between the hem, start and finish with the 1st purl. 

After 10 cm = 30 rows from the initial row, continue work on the needles No. 5. The increase in width due to different knitting density is taken into account in the size of the bevel of the sleeve. 

Simultaneously with the change of the spokes, add 1 x 1 p. For the bevel of the sleeves on both sides, then in each 14th row 7 x 1 p. Acc. pattern = 66 (74) 82 p.

After 43 cm = 116 rows from the change of the spokes or after 53 cm = 146 rows from the initial row, close all the loops in the pattern. 

Run shoulder seams. 

Type on the circular needles No. 4, 5 along the edge of the neckline 88 (92) 96 loops and, for the collar, golf knit with an elastic band in circular rows (= alternately 2 facial, 2 purl). After 5 cm from the 
set of loops continue working on the needles No. 5. After 24 cm from the set of loops, close all loops according to the pattern. 

Sew sleeves acc. The size of the pattern, with the upper edge of the sleeve, respectively stretch. Run the seams of the sleeves and side seams.

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