# Knitting a gray bolero "Vivienne" crochet according to the scheme and detailed description

Original bolero "Vivienne", crochetedaccording to the scheme Bolero is an important part of the women's wardrobe. Wearing it on top of the holiday dress, it will give your image some kind of romantic and feminine. And if there is a need, you can easily remove it. Today we will offer you a master class on knitting bolero. To do this, you will need a yarn Drops Merino Extra Faine, consisting of 100% wool (250 grams for size 44/46), and a hook measuring four millimeters. The density of our knitting: the associated seventeen CLOs in ten rows are equal parts of the product in the size of ten by ten centimeters. We knit a pattern Do additions Create 2 CLs through the followingSSN from all sides. The first SSN of each row is replaced by three EPs (air loops), the completion of the series is necessary with the help of one CLS, tied through the 3rd VP of the beginning of the preceding series. We knit a back We create seventy five airloops, unfold the product and do this: we knit one RLS (column without a crochet) through the 2-nd EP from the base of the hook. Next we knit one RLS in the next three EAs. Next, there is a repeating part: skip 1 VP, create 1 RLS, tying in the next six VIs. This should be repeated until the completion of the series. As a result, we get sixty-five columns without a crochet (the first VAP equals one RLS). After that, we continue knitting, adhering to the scheme A. 1. Start with the row, which is marked with an arrow: a - on the initial four loops, b - until the last five loops, then - c. As a result, there will be eight times a repeating pattern in each row. Then repeat the next four rows of the circuit beforerequired size. It is necessary to pay attention, that, having made on a vertical four centimeters, it is necessary to add on one from all sides. Duplicate such additions you need every three centimeters of the product. After four centimeters, you need to add only CCH. We continue to knit a pattern up to twenty centimeters on a vertical. At the end we do not cut the thread, but we turn to knitting the edges. We knit the knitting edge Begin by creating a RLS on the top of the back of the product, evenly distributing seventy-one RLSs. Then freely we make thirty-six VP (armholes). Then we knit one RLS through all RLS in the lower back of the bolero, evenly leaving eight RLS (fifty-seven RLS). Further freely connect the thirty-six EP (armhole), fasten with one connecting loop through the 1st RLS in the upper back (two hundred loops). We cut the thread and then knit, starting from the middle of the upper part of the base of the back. Row No. 1: create 1 connective loop through the average RLS, then proceed as follows: (repeating part) three VIs, skip one loop, then we knit one RLS through the next loop. We repeat this pattern along the entire edge. Finish the series using three VIs and one join. loops, tied at the beginning of the row (100 arcs in this row are obtained). Row # 2: create one connecting loop and one RLS in the 1st arc, then do this: (repeating part) three air loops, one RLS through the next arc. We repeat this pattern along the entire edge. We finish the series with a single connecting loop, tied in the 1st RLS. Then we do, as it is said in the scheme on the second row, until the product acquires a length of five centimeters vertically. Series No. 3: make one connecting loop and one RLS through the 1st arc, then do this: (repeating part) four air loops, one RLS through the next arc. Next three VIs, one sc in the next arc. We repeat this pattern until the end of the series. We finish the series with a single connecting loop, tied in the 1st RLS. Then do, as stated in the diagram on the third row, until the product has acquired a length of a vertical nine centimeters. Row No. 4: make one connecting loop and one RLS through the 1st arc, then do this: (repeating part) four air loops, one RLS through the next arc. We repeat this pattern until the end of the series. We finish the series with a single connecting loop, tied in the 1st RLS. Then we do, as it is said in the scheme on the fourth row, until the product gets the length of the vertical twelve centimeters. Row No. 5: make one connecting loop and one RLS in the 1st arc, then do this: (repeating part) five air loops, one RLS through the next arc. Next four VIs, one sc in the next arc. We repeat this pattern until the end of the series. We finish the series with a single connecting loop, tied in the 1st RLS. Then we do, as it is said in the diagram on the fifth row, until the product gets the length of the vertical fifteen centimeters. Series No. 6: make one connecting loop to the center of the 1st arc (which consists of five VIs) (diagram A 2, the row is marked with an arrow), then make six VIs, one SCN through that same arc. Then we knit this way: (repeating part), three CLOs are tied through an arc of four air loops, one CCH, then three CUs, then one CCH through a subsequent arc of five CG. We repeat this pattern until the end of the series. We finish the series with the help of three CLS, tied in the final arc of the four EPs and one connecting loop, tied in the 3rd VP from the initial part of the row. Beginning with this series and until completion, we do this: create three connecting loops of four SSN in the 1st arc (which consists of three VPs). Then we knit this way: (repeating part) one air loop, one RLS through the average CCH (three COS of the previous row). Then one VP, five SSNs into a subsequent arc consisting of three EPs. We repeat this pattern until the end of the series. We end the series with one CAP, one CCH through, tied into the average RLS (the last three COS from the previous series), then - one CAP and one connecting loop, tied through the 3rd CAP from the beginning of the row. Concluding series: (repeating part) three air loops, one RLS through the 1st EaP. Then we pass the 1st SSN, we make one RLS through the next COS, then - three CAPs, two COS through the 1st CAP, we pass one CPS, we make one RLS to the next COS, then - three EAs. After that we knit one CLS through the 1st VP, we pass one SSN, we make one SCN in the subsequent VP, then we pass one SSN, we make one SCN in the subsequent VP. We repeat this pattern until the end of the series. We finish the series with a single connecting loop, tied in the 1st VP from the initial part of the row. Cut the thread with scissors. The width of the edge is twenty centimeters. We process armholes We work armhole soway: in the back part, make one connecting loop through the 1st CCV. Then we knit this way: (repeating part): three air loops, one RLS through the next CCH. In the part of the front part of the product: we make three VIs, skip one loop, one RLS into the next loop. We repeat this pattern until the end of the series. We finish the series with the help of three VPs, one connecting loop, tied through the first connecting loop from the beginning of the row. That's all! The product is ready!