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36/38 (42/44) 48/50YOU'LL NEED

Yarn (55% cotton, 35% modala, 10% viscose; 135 m/50 g) - 400 (450) 500 g. hacks; Spokes No.4,5; roundspokes No.4.5.

SATOOR AND SCHEMA

AJURE SASOON A

The number of loops is multiples of 12 q 1 q 2 crotwethedrins. Scheme 1. It gives all the facial and some of the out-of-the-range rows. In the untold wrong rows, all the loops are tied by a pattern or a sog. instructions, naquiss - out-of-the-night. Start with 1 crom. rapport constantly repeating, finish with a loop after rapport and 1 crom. Run 1 times 1-18th rows.

LICE GLADY

Facial rows - face loops, out-of-the-range rows - out-of-the-button loops.

AJURE SATOR B

The number of loops is multiples of 12 q 1 q 2 crotwethedrins. Scheme 2. It gives the front rows. In the out-of-the-way rows, all the loops are tied on the pattern, the naquisitors - the under-the-night. Start with 1 crom.

and loops before the rapport, rapport constantly repeat, finish with loops after rapport and 1 crom. Constantly repeating the 1-40th rows.

AJURE SATOR C

The number of loops is multiples of 14 q 6 q knit sog. Scheme 3. It gives the front rows. In the out-of-the-way rows, all the loops are tied on the pattern, the naquisitors - the under-the-night. Start with loops before rapport, then constantly repeat the rapport. Constantly repeating the 1-24th rows.

STEPHANISE

Even number of loops.

1st row (persons. row) is the crom, 1 facial, 1 cape, 2 loops to tie together with a tilt to the left (1 p. remove as a facial, 1 facial, then stretch it through a filmed loop), from q constantly repeating, finish 1 facial, crom.

2nd and all the following out-of-the-way rows, with loops and condues to be tied with a snout.

3rd row. Constantly repeating the 1-4th rows.

PATTERN SEQUENCE

18 rows of openwork pattern A,

2 rows of facial surface,

40 rows of openwork pattern B,

48 rows of openwork pattern C,

20 rows of mesh pattern,

2 rows of facial surface - only 130 rows.

NOTE

In the front row at the beginning of the row after the cromme, two p.p. to tie together the front; at the end of the row in front of the crotper- 2 p. tie together with a tilt to the left.

In the wrong row at the beginning of the row after the cromper , to tie 2 p. together the wrong cross, at the end of the row in front of the crotpery q 2 p. to tie together the wrong-to-be.

TASEINA

Circular rows in variable 1 night, 1 facial crossed.

Rows in a straight and reverse direction. Out-of-the-way rows.

Facial rows- loops to tie through the pattern, while the exhaustcrossed crossed to tie the face crossed.

THE

21 p. x 29 p. 10 x 10 cm.

DOING THE JOB

SPINKA

Score 111 (123) 135 p. and tie 1 off-the-box row with a face; this series is not included in subsequent calculations.

Continue to work with the sogle. sequences of patterns.

After 14.5 cm q 42 rows from the initial row to reduce for sticking on both sides 1 x 1 p., then, in each 4th row, 4 x 1 p. 101 (113) 125 p. When you make the allowances, make sure that the number of capes and loops tied together inside the pattern matches.

In the last row of pattern 3 to balance the pattern to reduce at the beginning of the series 1 p. q 100 (112) 124 p.

Then continue the work with a fishnet pattern C on the average 90 (104) 118 p., the remaining loops on both sides to pierce the front surface.

At the same time, to further attach in the 1st row of the pattern 4 to reduce on both sides 1 x 1 p., then in each 4th row, 10 x 1 p. 78 (90) 102 p. In the last row of sequences of patterns, add to balance the pattern 1 p. q 79 (91) 103 p.

After 45 cm, 130 rows from the initial series of patterns are finished.

Continue the work with a fishnet pattern B, while performing a pattern of 3 on average 73 (85) 97 p.,

the remaining loops on both sides to pierce the front surface.

At the same time add for the side extension on both sides alternately in each 6th and 8th row from the end of the sequence of patterns 5 x 1 p., while with the beginning of the additions to include loops of pattern 2 and additions to the pattern of 89 (101) 113 p.

After 14 cm, 40 rows from the end of the pattern sequence are accentuated to reduce the raglan slant on both sides in each row 21 (24) 27 x 1 p.

Simultaneously with the 1st lull for the raglan slant close the middle loop for the neck and both sides finish separately.

For the slant on the inner edge, reduce in each row 20 (23) 26 x 1 p.

After 21 cm, 61 rows (22 cm and 64 rows) 23 cm q 67 rows from the end of the sequence of patterns to tie in the next wrong row (face row) the remaining 3 p.p. together the wrong (facial) wrong, trim thread and stretch through the last loop.

BEFORE

Knit like a back.

RUKAWA

Dial on spokes for each sleeve of 63 (75) 87 p. and tie 1 out-of-the-box row face.

Continue to work with the sogle. sequences of patterns.

After 9.5 cm, 28 rows from the initial row are emphasized to reduce for the raglan slant on both sides 1 x 1 p., then in each 2nd row it is emphasized to reduce 6 x 1 p. and in each row 7 (10) 13 x 1 p.

Simultaneously with the 1st lull for the raglan slant close for the neck average of 3 p. and both sides finish separately.

For the slant on the inner edge, reduce in each 2nd row 6 x 1 p. and in each row 7 (10) 13 x 1 p.

After 16.5 cm, 49 rows (18 cm, 52 rows) 19.5 cm q 55 rows from the initial row to tie the remaining 3 p.p. together, trim the thread and stretch through the last loop.

BUILD

Perform the seams of the raglan, as well as the seams of the sleeves and side seams.

To beat on the edge of the neck to dial the loops as follows, from the middle loop of the back to dial 1 p. and to the next seam of raglan to dial another 25 (27) 29 p., from the seam to dial 1 p. and to the middle of the sleeve to dial another 23 (25) 27 p., from the middle loop to dial 1 p. and to the next seam regl ana to score another 23 (25) 27 p., from the seam to dial 1 p. and to the middle of the transmission to dial another 25 (27) 29 p. q 100 (108) 116 p., then on the edge of the 2nd half of the neck similarly to dial 100 (108) 116 p. q 200 (216) 232 p.

Mark all the medium loops and seams loops of 8 marked loops. Lock the work in a ring and knit a rubber band, with all the medium loops and seams loops constantly tying the facial crossed, the rubber band between them constantly start and finish 1 off-the-night.

To form each 2nd circular row in front of each medium loop and seam loop 3 (4) 5 x tie 2 p. together with a tilt to the left (1 loop to remove like a facial, 1 facial, then stretch it through the removed loop) and after 2 p. to tie together the facial q 16 lengths in each roundabout with the lulls.

After 6 (8) 10 circular rows from the beginning of knitting planks close the remaining 152 p. on the figure.

For straps over the rags, pass to dial on spokes of 7 p. and knit with a rubber band. After 25 cm from the set of loops or after reaching the required length of straps (example) close the loops on the picture. The ends of the straps are sewn to the edges of the bay over the ragsed slants of the back.

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