Openwork knitted sheath dress
Feminine hand-knitted feminine knitwear looks truly seductive! A delightful dress of linen ribbon yarn keeps its shape well due to the synthetic fibers in its composition.
36/38 (42) 46/48
YOU WILL NEED
Yarn (60% polyacryl, 25% flax fiber, 15% viscose; 120 m / 50 g) - 450 (500) 550 g light coral; Knitting needles number 5 and 5.5; hook number 4.5.
PATTERNS AND SCHEMES
The number of loops is a multiple of 16 + 1 p. Knit according to the above scheme. On it are given facial rows. In purse rows stitches loops and nakida. In width, start with loops before rapport, repeat rapport, end with loops after rapport. In height, repeat from the 1st to the 24th row.
Due to the dropped loops inside the pattern, the number of loops varies. In subsequent calculations, proceed from the initial number of loops.
Front rows - front loops, purl rows - purl loops.
14.5 p. X 23 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected with an openwork pattern (spokes No. 5.5);
16 p. X 25.5 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected with an openwork pattern (spokes No. 5);
20 p. X 25.5 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected persons. stitch (needles number 5).
COMPLETING OF THE WORK
The spokes number 5, 5 is free to dial 67 (75) 83 n. And 1st p. (= izn. series) knit izn.
Next, knit, distributing the loop of the patterns as follows: chrome., 0 (4) 0 p. smoothing, 65 (65) 81 p. openwork pattern, 0 (4) 0 p. smooth
Through 41.5 cm = 96 p. from the dial-up row go to the spokes number 5 and continue the work.
Through 42.5 cm = 108 p. from the transition to thinner spokes, respectively. after 84 cm = 204 p. from the dial, close all the loops in the same row.
Knit as the back.
The spokes number 5 is free to dial 47 (55) 59 p. And 1st p. (= izn. row) to knit purl.
Next, knit, distributing the loops of the patterns as follows: chrome., 6 (10) 4 p. smoothing, 33 (33) 49 p. openwork pattern, 6 (10) 4 p. smooth
Through 42.5 cm = 108 p. from the dial, all the loops close in the same row
Run the shoulder seams on the outer sections of 10 (12) 14 cm each. Tie the edge of the neckline with crochet No. 4,5 in a “snarling step” (= 1 r. Art. B / n, made from left to right). Sew sleeves. Run side seams and sleeve seams.
The bottom edge of the product and the edges of the sleeves with crochet No. 4, 5 are tied around 1 p. Art. b / n and “stride step”, slightly setting the edge to a slight clutter.
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