How to knit a white openwork sweater with knitting needles: master-class In this article, a detailed master-class on the manufacture of a white openwork jacket with his own hands is offered. Our detailed descriptions will help quickly and easily to cope with this task even for the novice novice. In our work we focused on the size of thirty-six / thirty-eight (forty / forty-two). In order to connect such a spectacular jacket, you will need: three hundred grams of yarn "May Silk" white; circular and straight spokes number three and a half. Features of knitting: at the facial smoothness in all facial rows we knit the facial loops, in the purl strings - the back loops. Straight knit circular rows make facial loops. We bind the elastic band in this way: the edge loop, one facial, one purl, alternating, we complete one face and edge; We knit in the wrong rows of stitches, following the pattern. In all other patterns: the number of loops should be a multiple of fourteen plus one plus two edge. First we make one edge, repeat the rapport, end with a loop after the rapport and one more edgeband. Figure A: we make the binding, following the scheme No. 1, which contains only the front rows, and in the purlins we need to knit the loops, focusing on the main drawing. When knitting a pattern, one repetition must be made from the first to the twentieth series. Figure B: we make the binding, following scheme No. 2, which contains the front rows and the backs. When knitting the pattern, you need to make two repetitions from the first to the sixth rows. Figure C: we make the binding, following the scheme number 3, which contains only the front rows, and in the purlins we need to knit the loops, focusing on the main drawing. When knitting a pattern, one repeat from the first to the fourth rows, then repeat the third and fourth rows. Define the sequence of alternationdrawings: twelve rows of knitted pattern B, and all the others do with the help of pattern C. We determine the density of knitting: when creating patterns A-C, twenty-seven and a half loops in twenty-nine rows form a canvas measuring ten by ten centimeters. When knitting gum, thirty loops in thirty rows form a ten-by-ten-centimeter canvas. Pay special attention to the fact that the elastic bandage provides for the narrowing of the web, which is already displayed on the pattern. Knitting the back of the sweater We collect one hundred and fifteen (one hundred and twenty-nine) loops and create a bar of teeth in this way: three rows of facial smoothness, starting with a row of the wrong side, in the next row between the edge loops we make one cape and tie two loops together alternately, we conclude with one obverse loop. Next, we knit three rows of facial smoothness and we sew the eyelets of the first row with the corresponding loops of the final row together with the facial: then we knit, following the pattern A. We knit seven centimeters (twenty rows) from the beginning of the bar and apply the "rubber band" pattern. After sixteen and a half centimeters (fifty rows) from the beginning of the pattern A, we make the binding in a predetermined sequence. After nine centimeters (twenty-six rows) from the beginning of the pattern B we carry out the closing of the loop for the armhole on both sides of ninety-one (one hundred and five) loops. Having measured twenty-seven centimeters (seventyeight rows) from the beginning of the pattern B, to close the eleven (nineteen) loops and finish the two sides separately. To ensure the rounding, you need to close on the inside in all the second rows once in ten and once in five loops. Having made twenty-seven and a half centimeters (eighty rows) of pattern B, we close eight (nine) loops from two sides and once in eight rows (nine) and once in nine (ten) loops in all the second rows. We do this in order to ensure the formation of the bevels of the shoulder. The work is completed in twenty-nine centimeters (eighty-four rows) from the beginning of the pattern B. Create the front part of the openwork jacketwe carry out similarly to the creation of the back, but in this case there will be a neck with a deeper cutout. To achieve this, it is necessary to close the middle eleven (nineteen) loops in twenty-one and a half centimeters (sixty-two rows) from the beginning of pattern B in all the second rows. You need to do this once with three loops, three times with two loops and six times with one loop. Binding the sleeves of the openwork white jacket We type in seventy-three (eighty-seven) facial loops and create a bar of teeth, similar to the way the sweaters did on the back. Then we knit, following the pattern A. Having drilled seven centimeters (twenty rows) from the beginning of the bar, we apply the "rubber band" pattern. After ten centimeters (thirty rows) from the beginning of the pattern A, we make the binding in a given sequence. At the same time from the beginning of the pattern B make an addition for the bevels of the sleeves. The sequence is as follows: in all the second and fourth rows eight times, and in all the second two times one loop (ninety-three / one hundred and seven loops). At the same time, the loops added to the picture are also considered. Ten and a half centimeters (thirtyrows) from the beginning of the pattern B, we carry out the closing of the loops for the armhole on both sides in this way: three (four) loops in all the second rows and six alternately two or one loops. Having knitted twenty-one and a half centimeters (sixty-two rows) from the beginning of pattern B, hold the closing of fifteen (nineteen) loops. We are assembling the openwork jacket. We attach the product on the sides and shoulder lines, as well as the seams on the sleeves. To connect the bar from the teeth, you need to dial one hundred two (one hundred and fourteen) loops. In the eighth circular row, all the eyelets should be closed with the facial ones, and the bar folded in half in the middle and attached with threads. Sew our sleeves into the armholes. That's all! Our spectacular openwork sweatshirt is ready!