Dress pattern of rhombuses and with a rubber

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Sizes: 36/38 (40/42) 44

You will need: 600 (700) 750 g of SCHACHENMAYR peach color melange yarn from peach color number 00080 (100% cotton, 180 m / 50 g);

needles number 2.5 and hook number 2.

Pattern of rhombuses: The number of loops is a multiple of 10 + 1 + 2 chrome. n.

Knit according to the scheme, which shows the persons. R.

In izn. R. all loops and nakida knit izn.

Start with 1 chrome. n. and loops before rapport, then constantly repeat loops of rapport, finish loops after rapport and 1 chrome. p.

Repeat from the 1st to the 16th p.

Make sure that the number of naquids corresponds to the number of knitted loops.

Out smooth surface: Faces. R. - izn. n., izn. R. - persons. P.

Persons smooth surface: Faces. R. - persons. n., izn. R. - izn. n.

Transverse elastic: * 2 p. from smooth, 2 rows of faces. smooth, repeat from * finish 2 rows of life. smooth

Special reductions:

at the end of a row: 4th and 3rd last loops to knit together persons., 1 persons. n., chrome. n.

at the beginning of a row: chrome. p., 1 person. p., knit both loops together. broach (= remove 1 p. as persons., 1 person. p. and stretch it through the removed p.).

The density of knitting: a

pattern of rhombuses: 28.5 p. And 40 p. = 10 x 10 cm;

transverse gum: 26 n. and 49 p. = 10 x 10 cm.

Note: The transverse elastic band is slightly tightened. This is shown graphically on the pattern.

The sequence of alternating patterns: 80 p. pattern of rhombuses, 14 p. cross gum, 48 p. pattern of rhombuses, 14 p. transverse gum, 80 p. pattern of rhombuses, 22 p. transverse gum = 258 p.

Attention: To align the pattern in each of the last out. a row of a pattern of rhombuses uniformly subtract 24 (25) 26 p. and these loops in the last wear. a series of transverse gum again add!

Back: Dial 143 (153) 163 p. And knit 1 out. R. individuals. n.

These series are not counted in the further account.

Then continue according to the alternation of patterns.

Through 62.5 cm = 258 p. from a set of 16 cm = 64 p. continue with a pattern of rhombuses, while for lateral bevels in each 6th p. close 10 x 1 p. = 123 (133) 143 p. and in the last i. series evenly subtract 24 (25) 26 p. = 99 (108) 117 p.

Then knit 6 cm = 30 p. transverse gum and last izn. to the row uniformly add 14 (15) 16 p. = 113 (123) 133 p.

Then finish the part with a rhombus pattern.

For armhole sleeves through 8 cm = 32 p. (6 cm = 24 p.) 4 cm = 16 p. from the change of pattern on both sides close 1 x 3 p., then in each 2nd p. subtract 7 x 1 p. = 93 (103) 113 p.

Through 26 cm = 104 p. from the change of the pattern, close all the loops of the faces., while the average 55 (59) 63 points will form the neckline, the outer 19 (22) 25 points will form the shoulders.

Before: Knit similarly, only for a V-shaped neckline with the beginning of the armhole armhole, close the middle section and finish both sides separately.

Subsequently, along the edge of the neckline, both last loops are in front of the chrome. and both first loops after chrome. knit faces. satin stitch.

For a bevel from the inside edge, subtract in each 2nd p. 27 (29) 31 x by 1 item. Special decrease.

At the height of the back, close the remaining 25 p. Of shoulder to 19 (22).

Sleeves: Dial 63 (73) 83 p. And knit 1 out. R. individuals. n.

Then knit a pattern of rhombuses.

For bevel sleeves through 20 cm = 80 p. from the set of loops on both sides add 1 x 1 p., then 4 x alternately in each 2nd and 4th p. add 1 p. according to the pattern = 73 (83) 93 p.

For dummy sleeves after 24 cm = 96 p. from a set of loops on both sides close 1 x 3, then close 13 x in each 4th p. (4 x in each 2nd p., 9 x in each 4th p. And 4 x in each 2nd p.) 8 x in each 2nd p., 5 x in each 4th p. and 8 x in every 2nd p. 1 p. [cut]

Through 38 cm = 152 p. from the edge of the dial close the remaining 41 (43) 45 p.

Assembling dress details: Run shoulder seams.

Tie the neckline backrest tie 1 p. Comm. Art.

Sew in sleeves, complete side seams and sleeve seams.

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