Knitting with a short pullover with V-neck with detailed description, diagrams and photo for free
A master class on knitting a short pullover withV-neck In this article we offer you a detailed description and step-by-step instructions for knitting a short pullover with a deep extravagant neckline. Such a product will be created using an openwork pattern. We will knit a product of the forty-second / forty-fourth (forty-sixth / forty-eighth) size. The required data for 46/48 sizes are presented in parentheses. If only 1 numerical value is given, then it is suitable for both sizes. For work we will need: three hundred and fifty (four hundred) grams Latte yarn dark gray shade (Lana Gross brand); numbered spokes number three and a half and four and a half; knitting needles circular number four (length - eighty centimeters). Description of patterns. Pattern "handkerchief" knitting: in the front rows we make facial loops, in the purl strings - purl. Openwork pattern: create a scheme. The numbers on the right side are the front rows. In the purlins of the loops we create by following the picture. We make separate outfits with purl, do double nacs as indicated in the footnote of the notation. On the width we begin after the loop of the edge (from zero (six) loops to the first arrow). After that, we repeat the twelve repeater belts, located between the arrows. We conclude with zero (six) loops after the second arrow and the edge arrow. The height should be repeated from the first to the eighth row. Determination of the density of knitting: when working with the front face of the spokes number three and a half seventeen loops in fourteen rows are equal to the size of the cloth ten by five centimeters. With an openwork pattern and the use of spokes, the number four and a half twenty loops in twenty-three rows is equal to the size of the canvas ten by one centimeter. Progress. We make back: knitting the number three and a half, we sew seventy-four (eighty-four) loops and create for the strip one centimeter, equal to three rows of "handkerchief" pattern. At the same time, start with one purl and create five and a half centimeters, which are equal to sixteen rows of facial smoothness. In the final row of the facial smoothness, carefully tie twenty-four (twenty-six) crossed out of the broach, which are ninety-eight (one hundred and ten) stitches. After that we work with knitting needles four and a half. We create an openwork pattern. Twenty-four (twenty-six) rows from the main bar (fifty six (sixty) rows) are carried out by closing from two sides for the armhole four loops. Then in all the second rows do three by two and two on one eyelet. Total - seventy-four (eighty-six) loops. We continue to create a straight canvas. After eighteen (nineteen) centimeters,that is equal to forty two (forty-four) rows from the base of the armhole, it is necessary to divide the product to create a neck cut into two equal parts. We complete the two parts obtained separately. On the side, where the loops are separated, add one edge loop in the first row. In total, there are thirty-eight (forty-four) loops. Then, after one centimeter (two rows) from the line through which the loops move apart, hold the six (eight) loops from the outer edge of the shoulder bezel. Then in all the second rows we make four more for eight (nine) loops. As a result, we close the loops of one part. The second part is knitted symmetrically first. In the first row, from the dividing line of the loops, we add one edge loop. We make the front part of the pullover: we carry out the binding on the same principle as the back. However, the incision here will be deeper. To achieve this, you need four (seven) centimeters (ie ten (sixteen) rows from the bottom of the bar) to divide the canvas into two equal parts and complete their knitting separately. In the part of the cut, add one edge loop (only thirty-eight (forty-four) loops) in the first row. We make the oblong and shoulder bevels from the outside by analogy with the back. The second part is tied symmetrically to the first. We make sleeves. We dial with the spokes number four and a half fifty loops and make the first purl series with facial loops. After that we work with an openwork pattern. In doing so, we do a repetition among the edge (four times) links of the rapport. To make the bevel it is necessary to add two loops from the base of the edge in the sixth (fourth) row from the base of the edge, and after that in all the sixth rows we make three (zero) loops and in all the fourth rows create six more loops and in all the fourth rows create another six (eleven) on one loop (only seventy (seventy-four) loops). The eyelets that we add must be included in the lace pattern. Twenty-three centimeters (fifty-three rows) from the base of the edge should be closed from two sides for the bevels of the sleeve three loops, and then in all the second rows we make one for two, ten for one, two for two and two for three loops. Those twenty (twenty-four) eyelets that remained are to be closed in the next row by one approach. We are assembling the product. We need to decompose parts of the product into a pattern, moisten a little and allow drying. Make stitches. We use circular knitting needles around the contour of the cut (the outline of the neck) one hundred and thirty-four loops. In this case, we begin and end in the center of the front. Create for the bar one centimeter (three rows of "kerf" pattern). At the same time, in the third row (purl), close the loops. The pieces of the strap, which are short, must be joined by fitting the right side to the left side. Twist the sleeves themselves.