We knit with knitting needles an effective women's pullover patterned with leaves according to the scheme with a detailed description and video, which can be downloaded for free.
Knit with elegant knitted sweater with pattern"Leaflets": a description and a scheme From this article you will learn how to tie a beautiful openwork pullover with a pattern of "leaflets" using knitting angora yarn. In our calculations, we focused on the dimensions of thirty-eight / forty (forty-eight / fifty). To do this, you will need: four hundred (five hundred) grams of white Mohana yarn; two kinds of spokes: straight number four and five and a half, as well as circular number four. Among the patterns used is the "rubber band"which must be knitted with knitting needles number four, creating alternately two face and two purl loops. The pattern is vertical "with holes" (we knit with spokes number four): dial the number of loops, which will be a multiple of ten and two more edge loops. You can make the mating by sticking to the scheme No. 1, from which you can see that the first row is tied with the wrong side, and then with the front one. In those purl strings that are not marked, knit the stitches, following the pattern, wrap the purses with the purlins. We begin with the edge loop and loops before the rapport. Then follow the rapport, complete the loop after the rapport and the edge. The pattern is delicate (we knit with spokes number five and a half): dial the number of loops, which will be a multiple of twenty-two and two more edge loops. Mating with, adhering to the scheme number 2, from which it can be seen that only the front rows are represented. In those purl strings that are not marked, you need to knit the loops, following the pattern, wrap the purses with the purlins. We begin with the edge loop and loops before the rapport. Then follows the rapport to repeat the first thirty-second series. We define the density of binding: eighteen loops in twenty-one and a half rows form a fragment of a canvas measuring 10 by 10 centimeters. We knit the back side of the pullover: we need to recruit eighty-two (one hundred two loops) and we sew a thirteen centimeters drawing with a hole pattern to create a bar. In this case, you should evenly add eight (ten) loops in the final row. The result is ninety (one hundred and twelve) loops. After that we turn to the use of an openwork pattern. Having created 28 centimeters (58 rows) from the level of the bar, it is necessary to close the armhole from two sides with three loops and in all the second rows twice twice and four times one eyelet. In total there are sixty-eight (ninety) loops. Having created forty-eight centimeters (one hundred and four rows) from the level of the bar, close the shoulder bevels on both sides with six (eight) loops and in each second row three loops each. During the first shoulder reduction, it is necessary to close the central sixteen (twenty) loops to create the neck, and then separate the both parts. To provide rounding on the insidethe edges in all the 2 nd rows close once three loops, once - two loops. Having created forty-five one centimeter (one hundred ten rows) from the level of the bar, all the loops need to be closed. We knit the front part of the product: We carry out the viscous by analogy with the back, only at the same time we create a deeper neckline. We knit the sleeves of the pullover: we need to recruit forty-eight (fifty-two eyelets) and we sew a 11-centimeter drawing with a hole pattern to create a plank. In this case, four (ten) loops should be added evenly in the final row. The result is fifty-two (sixty-two) loops. After that we turn to the use of an openwork pattern. Starting with the twenty-first row, with the edge and three (eight) trailing rapports, double repeat repeating and edge looping. At the same time, we make an addition to secure the bevels of the pullover sleeves from the two sides alternately in each eighth and tenth row eight times in one loop. Having created thirty-five centimeters (seventy sixrows) from the level of the bar, it is necessary to close the shoulder bevels on both sides of the three (four) eyelets and in all the second rows twice with two loops, eleven times one loop, once with two loops and once with three loops. Having created fifty centimeters (one hundred and eight rows) from the level of the bar, you should close all the other loops. Assemble the parts of the pullover: create seams on the shoulders. With round knitting needles, we make a set on the neck of ninety-six (one hundred) loops, and to make a collar we connect twenty-five centimeters with a rubber band pattern, after which we close all the loops following the figure. We sew the pullover sleeves, create seams on the sides and on the sleeves.