Knitting with knitting needles of a female waistcoat with a belt. Detailed diagram with photo and description for beginners
If you have nothing to wear for a hike in nature inday off, then you should take the knitting needles to create an original, elegant hooded vest. For this you will need yarn and knitting needles, which can be purchased at any specialized store. In the same place you can get advice about one or another yarn you like. After selecting the thread, select the knitting needles and proceedto work. This waistcoat knits easily and quickly, you can easily cope with it for a couple of days and surprise your friends with an original vest. It is also useful for other cases. This waistcoat will be indispensable in the trip, it does not take up much space in the bag, unlike the sweater or sweater. It can simply be thrown over your shoulders or worn with a turtleneck under your trousers. Today we will consider the process of knitting bio-cottonyarn, sectional dyeing. We take yarn with all the shades of blue and we will collect one hundred and thirty loops. Having pierced the first row with the wrong loops, we pass to the following figure: thirty loops with an elastic band, eighteen loops with a rhombus pattern, thirty-two loops of a beveled pattern, we repeat the rhombus pattern and gum. To make the vest model fit,We subtract the hinges from both sides. After forty centimeters we close the hinges for the armholes, after sixty-one centimeters we make the bevels for the shoulder, after another three centimeters we close the hinges for the head cut and finish the two parts separately. For the shelf we type and tie the first row with the wrong loops of sixty-five loops. Further as a backrest, only other number of loops: thirty loops of an elastic band, eighteen loops with a rhombus pattern, fifteen loops of an oblique pattern. We apply the backing on the right side of the elastic band and armhole. Deeper make a cutout for the neck and perform a bevel for the shoulder, as on the back. The second shelf is identical to the first. The hood is made up of two parts. We select four loops from the left side and we sew them with an openwork pattern. To obtain the bevels, we add three loops in the second row, and in the sixth row one loop, plus the added loops in the openwork pattern. After twenty rows we lay off the hinges and knit the right side identically to the left. When the two parts are ready, we connect themintermediate loops, continuing to knit as follows: openwork pattern of twenty-eight loops, two loops facial smoothness, twenty-eight loops of openwork pattern. We carry out all the seams and sew a zipper.