We knit with an openwork blouse geranium color for a woman according to the scheme with a free description and photo

We knit with an openwork blouse geranium color for a woman according to the scheme with a free description and photo

Master class on knitting with knitting needlesshade of geranium: Schemes, description It is very important to wear not only beautiful but light clothes in a hot summer. It is such a thing can become for you a delicate blouse of geranium color. In it you will always be comfortable - even on the hottest day. In our work, we focused on the size of forty-two (forty-six). Larger data are given in parentheses. In order to tie such an elegant sweater, you will need: three hundred and fifty (four hundred) grams of yarn "Angel" shade of geranium; straight spokes number three. An interesting scheme knitting an openwork sweater with knitting needles. Photo №1 For the manufacture of such an openwork light blousewe will use such types of knitting: hollow and double gum, facial and purlina smooth, a pattern of "garter stitch". Features knitting: for the facial smoothness in all facial rows knit facial loops, in the purl strings - the purlins of the loops. When creating an openwork pattern, we focus entirely on the "A" scheme. All even rows need to be knitted with back stitches, including nakids. We make the mating of the main pattern, using the "B" scheme. The diagram displays the loops before and after the designation "asterisk". Those combinations of loops that are placed between this designation should be re-knit a number of times. Having tied up to the eighth row, we begin to knit from the first ruffle again, as indicated in the diagram. The pattern on which the diagonal is located on the right side, you need to knit, following the "C" pattern. In all even rows it is necessary to tie all facial loops with facial, and purl, respectively, purl. Nakides at the same time we unfasten them. After we have ridden the thirtieth row, we begin to repeat the pattern from the nineteenth series of our scheme, and each repetition begins with the part that precedes the designation "*". In each subsequent row, you need to do one repeat of the pattern more than in the previous one. We finish the mating after the second designation "*". The pattern on which the diagonal is located to the left side, it is necessary to knit, following the scheme "D". An interesting scheme knitting an openwork sweater with knitting needles. Picture №3 Determine the density of binding: twenty-five rows are equal to ten centimeters of the width of the finished fabric. Create the front side of the blouse. We create one hundred and fourteen (one hundred and twenty-four) loops and create a first row with the use of the facial smoothness, which will be disbanded afterwards. Using the same yarn of silk, create one purl and four rows with a pattern of "hollow gum". After that, we continue to sew the pattern with the pattern "elastic band 2 * 2". Do not forget to start and finish all the rows with one edge tab. At an altitude of four and a half centimeters from the set row, we continue the viscous face facings, making a reduction of seventeen loops when creating the first row. To reduce one loop, you need to tie two loops together. Having created the second row with the facial smoothness, it is necessary to continue to distribute the loops in this way: five (ten) loops of the facial smoothness, thirty-five loops to create an openwork pattern, seventy loops - the basic pattern, thirty-five loops to create an openwork pattern and five (10) loops of the facial smoothness. In order to form bevels on the sides, it is necessary to start reducing the loops in six (seven) centimeters from the edge in the range of the first two and the two closing loops. It is necessary to reduce in all eighth rows five times one loop. An interesting scheme knitting an openwork sweater with knitting needles. Photo # 2 To perform the reduction of one loop inthe initial part of the row, you need to tie two loops together face, and at the end of the series create one broach. When you create the twenty-fifth row, using an openwork pattern, before the seventeen central loops you must proceed to tie the pattern with the diagonal to the right side. And on the eyelets after the indicated seventeen central, you should start knitting with a diagonal pattern to the left. In all the second rows, it is necessary to extend these two patterns on one loop to reach the edge, as shown in the diagram. At the height of eighteen (nineteen and a half) centimeters from the set of rows, it is necessary to add in each tenth row (at the beginning and at the end) six times one loop. To make one addition, you need to lift the horizontal thread between two loops (the so-called transverse thread) and create one facial crossed and on the loops to gradually expand the canvas with working patterns. At an altitude of twenty-nine (thirty-one) centimeters from the set row, creating sixty (sixty-eight) rows of diagonal pattern, in the figures located before and after the seventeen central loops, we begin to sew the front face and in all the second rows we add on both sides on one eyelet with a facial smoothness, pointing to the edges that are necessary along the pattern. An interesting scheme knitting an openwork sweater with knitting needles. Photo №4 At an altitude of sixty-two (seventy) centimetersfrom the set row from two sides from the central seventeen loops we extend the basic pattern: in all the second rows we add to the first loop until the lateral edges are reached. At an altitude of thirty-five (thirty-seven and a half) centimeters from the dial-up row, to create armholes, you need to close the one eyelet on two sides, and then in all the second rows do six (seven) times one loop. At the height of thirty-seven (forty) centimeters from the dial-up row on the central thirteen loops, we carry out the binding in this way: six loops with a "double gum" pattern, with the first row starting from the two faces of the face. After this, create one facial loop and one facial crossed; then again six loops with a "double gum" pattern, and the first row should be started from the two faces of the face. In the next row in the wrong part of the cloth, we divide the work into two equal parts and continue the binding of the first part, which will correspond to the right side of the front part. To make bevels for the line of the neck, within the initial seven loops, turn down in all the second rows twelve (thirteen) times one loop and seven times one loop. At the height of fifty-four (fifty-eight) centimeters from the set row, we make a closure in the three approaches of the remaining twenty-four (twenty-seven) shoulder straps, that is, three times eight (nine) loops. The second half is similar, but symmetrical to the first part. We knit the back of the product: Spin the number three create sixty-two (sixty-eight) loops and tie the top (five and a half centimeters from the edge). After that, we continue to sew the viscous pattern on the facial surface. In this case, in the first row, evenly reduce the sixteen loops. To create bevels on the sides, you need to make six (seven) centimeters from the edge in the range of the first and final two loops to reduce in all eighth rows five times one loop. At the height of eighteen (nineteen and a half) centimeters from the set of rows, it is necessary to add in each tenth row (at the beginning and at the end) six times one loop. After that, we sew the viscous face. An interesting scheme knitting an openwork sweater with knitting needles. Photo №5 At an altitude of thirty-five (thirty sevenhalf) centimeters from the dial-up row to create armholes, you need to close two loops on each side, and then in all the second rows we do six (seven) times one loop. At the height of fifty-two (fifty-six) centimeters from the set of rows, we make a closure in the central twenty (twenty-two) shoulder straps. Further mating is carried out separately. At the height of fifty-four (fifty-eight) centimeters from the set row, we make a closure in the three approaches of the remaining twenty-four (twenty-seven) shoulder straps, that is, three times eight (nine) loops. The second half is similar, but symmetrical to the first part. Create the sleeves of the blouse It is necessary to make a set of sixty-six (seventy-four) loops, as indicated in the description of the creation of the front side, and carry out the binding according to the same principle: the direction is up, to the final row of hollow gum, then we knit with the pattern "double elastic" This should begin with the first row from the second loop of the purlinae. At an altitude of three centimeters from the dialing row, we continue to knit on the first and final twenty-six (thirty) eyelet loops, and the central fourteen loops - the pattern of "double elastic", it is necessary to begin with the first ruffle from the second loop of the facial smoothness. Having created two rows of facial smoothness, the distribution of the loops continues this way: one eyelet, twenty-five (twenty-nine) loops with the main pattern, fourteen loops-double eraser, twenty-five (twenty-nine) loops with the main pattern, one eyelet. At a height of four centimeters from the set row from both sides to make the addition in all the fourth and second rows three times one loop, these eyelets should be included in the face surface. At the height of seven (eight) centimeters from the set row, to create the pellets of the sleeves, we close one (two) hinges on two sides, and then on two sides in all the second rows we do a reduction of twenty-two (twenty-four loops). After that, the remaining loops close in one approach. An interesting scheme knitting an openwork sweater with knitting needles. Photo №6 We make the mating of the second sleeve similarly. We build the blouse To create a bar line neckline, you need to make a lift on the spokes of forty-five (forty-seven) loops. Create two rows using garter stitch and make closing of all the loops. Connect the product to the side and shoulder lines. Make sewing sleeves.

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