YOU WILL NEED
Yarn (59% cotton, 41% viscose; 105 m / 50 g) - 300 (500) g silver and 200 (300) g white; hook number 6.
PATTERNS AND SCHEMES
The number of loops of the initial series is a multiple of 14 + 5 + 3 vp lifting. Knit according to the scheme.
Each row to start with 3 v. P. rise instead of 1st st. s / n or 1 v.p. rise instead of 1st st. b / n and with loops before rapport, rapport constantly repeat, finish loops after rapport. 1–5th p. perform 1 time, then constantly repeat 2-5th p.
ART. S / N
Each row to start with 3 v. P. rise instead of 1st st. s / n and finish 1 tbsp. s / n to the top vp lifting the previous row.
13 p. Of the initial series x 6 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by a fan pattern;
11.5 p. X 5.5 p. = 10 x 10 cm, Art. s / n
Constantly knit double thread.
First, tie the upper parts, then tie the basco from top to bottom, right along the starting edge of the upper parts. Arrows on the pattern = knitting direction.
COMPLETING OF THE WORK
Silver thread to perform the initial chain of 61 (75) vp + 3 inc. lifting and knitting a fan pattern.
After 40 cm = 24 p. (46.5 cm = 28 p.) From the initial row to finish the work.
For the Basques tie an initial row of Art. s / n, while in the 1st p. knit 60 (72) p.
Simultaneously add 4 p. to increase the width in the next 2 p. as follows: in the 15th and 46th (18th and 55th) Art. s / n of the previous row bind 1 tbsp. s / n, 1 ce, 1 tbsp. s / n = 64 (76) p.
Such increases should be repeated in each subsequent row after the ce. previous row.
After 18 cm = 10 p. from the beginning of the Basque job finish = 96 (108) Art. s / n
Knit similar to the back.
Shoulder seams should be made on both sides by 10 (13.5) cm. Run the side seams and basky stitches, while on both sides leave the upper 19 (22.5) cm open to the armholes.
Photo: magazine “Little Diana. Special Edition "№3 / 2016
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