Dress with a yoke with a pattern of braid
We knit awarm dress with a round yoke and a pattern of braids, in which you can walk in cool weather and look elegant and feminine.
Materials and tools:
- yarn (37% natural wool, 33% polyamide, 20% mohair, 10% polyacryl; 185m / 50gr) 550 (600) 650 g brown-beige melange;
- yarn (42% polyacryl, 37% alpaca, 14% natural wool, 7% polyamide; 80m / 50g) 50 grams brown;
- spokes number 4.5;
- short circular needles number 4.5.
Dimensions: 36/38 (40/42) 44/46
When knitting rows in the forward and reverse direction, the number of loops is a multiple of 4 + 2 edge.
Facial rows: chrome. p., * 1 persons. n., 2 out. p., 1 person. n., from * constantly repeat, chrome. p. In the purl rows of the loop we knit according to the picture.
In circular rows, the number of loops is a multiple of 4. We knit alternately 2 faces. n., 2 out. p.
Facial smoothness: persons. R. - persons. n., izn. R. - izn. p.
The seamy surface: Pers. R. - izn. n., izn. R. - persons. p.
Spit A with 6 loops
Row 1-81: front smooth surface;
Row 9: 6 loops cross over to the right (= 3 loops are left on the auxiliary spoke at work, the next 3 loops are knitted with facial needles, then the loops are knitted with auxiliary needles);
Row 10: izn. p.
We constantly repeat the 1st to the 10th rows.
Spit B at 6 loops
Let's knit like Kosa A, but in the 9th row of 6 loops cross over to the left (= 3 loops leave on the auxiliary spoke before work, knit the next 3 loops with the front needles, then knit the loops with the auxiliary needles).
Central Spit with 16 loops
We knit according to the scheme. On it are given persons. R. We knit all loops in purl rows according to the pattern. &Nbsp;
We constantly repeat the 1st to 18th rows.
Density of Knitting
18p x 25p = 10 x 10 cm, connected by the front and seamstress;
6n = 2.5 cm, connected by A, B and Central Braids;
16p = 5 cm, connected by a central scythe.
In the area of Kos, before it is tightened, the result is a stronger fit. On the pattern it is taken into account in the amount of bevel.
With a brown-beige melange thread, we use needles 94 (102) 110 loops with a cross-shaped set and knit a 10 cm elastic band for the strap. We continue to work the facial smoothness.For the lateral bevel we close on both sides in each 10th row from the bar 8 x 1 n = 78 (86) 94 loops.
51 cm = 128 rows (49.5 cm = 124 rows) 48 cm = 120 rows from the slat are closed for a short raglan bevel on both sides with 1 x 4 n, then in each 2nd row 4 (6) 8 x 1 p.
Through 55 cm = 138 rows from the bar, close the remaining 62 (66) 70 loops for the edge of the coquette.
We knit like a back, but after 22.5 cm = 56 rows from the ledge - on the needles 84 (92) 100 loops - we continue to work as follows: edge, 11 (15) 19 loops with the front satin finish, 8 loops with the wrong satin finish, 6 loops Oblique A, 8 loops with a purl stitch, 16 loops with a central Oblique, 8 loops with a purl satin, 6 loops with an Oblique B, 8 loops with a purl satin, 11 (15) 19 loops with the front satin strap, edged.
We perform the short raglane bevel, as on the back, and at the height of the back we close the remaining 62 (66) 70 loops for the edge of the coquette.
With a brown-beige melange thread, we will use needles of 42 (46) 50 loops with a cross-shaped set and knit 10 cm for the strap with a rubber band, while evenly distributing in the last row, add 2 loops = 44 (48) 52 loops.
We continue to work as follows: edge, 15 (17) 19 loops on the front surface, 3 loops on the back side, 6 loops Oblique B, 3 loops on the back side, 15 (17) 19 loops on the front side, edgeband.
For the bevel of the sleeves we add on both sides in each 10th row 8 x 1 n from the slat (in every 10th row 3 x 1 n and in every 8th row 6 x 1 n) in every 8th a row of 8 x 1 n and in every 6th row 2 x 1 n a front satin = 60 (66) 72 loops.
The short raglany bevel runs 36 cm = 90 rows (34.5 cm = 86 rows) 33 cm = 82 rows from the plank, as on the back. After 40 cm = 100 rows from the bar, close the remaining 44 (46) 48 loops for the edge of the bar. &Nbsp;
We knit the same way as the left sleeve, but instead of Spit B, we perform Spit A.
Coquette with Braids
Coquette knit across, starting in the middle of the back.
Arrow on the pattern = knitting direction. Brown-beige melange weput44loopsontheknittingneedlesandweknititasfollows:hem,3loopswithapurl,6loopsObliqueA,4loopswithapurl,16loopswithacentraloblique,4loopswithapurl,6loopsObliqueA,3loopspurlseamedge.
We start the central braid from the 7th row of the scheme and constantly repeat the 7-18th rows, 1 rapport = 12 rows.
At the same time, we are adapting the Spit A to the central spit, i.e. for the first time we perform a re-baptism with the 1st intersection of the central spit, then in every 6th row; 1 rapport = 6 rows. &Nbsp;
Through 21 (23) 24 rapport patterns 6 + 2 rows, i.e.after 101 cm = 254 rows (111 cm = 278 rows) 116 cm = 290 rows from the initial row, close all the loops acc. pattern.
We perform short raglan seams as well as side seams and sleeve seams.
We sew the initial and last rows of the coquette, fold it from the seam twice and mark the middle of the right edge of the work.
We sew the right edge of the coquette to the edge of the coquette of the dress, with the seam located in the middle of the back, and mark the middle of the front, between the edges of the coquette to fit the edges.
With a brown thread, we put loops on the circular needles along the left edge of the work of the coquette 64 (68) 72, while fitting the edge a little. The work is closed in a ring and for a strap we knit 4 cm with an elastic band. Then close the loop on the picture.
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