Dimensions: 36/38 (40/42) 44/46.
To knit a pullover, you will need:
• 550 (600) 650 g of Binario light green yarn (50% cotton, 50% polyamide, 100 m / 50 g);
• hook №4,5.
Knitting pattern "spiders".
The number of loops is a multiple of 18 + 1 + 3 lifting air loops.
Knit according to the scheme.
Start with loops before rapport, repeat rapport loops, end with loops after rapport.
Run 1 time from the 1st to the 10th row, then repeat from the 3rd to the 10th row.
Knitting with crochet stitches: 15 loops and 8 rows = 10 x 10 cm, “spider” pattern: 19 loops and 7.5 rows = 10 x 10 cm.
KNITTING a Pullover.
a chain of 91 (97) 103 air loops + 3 lifting air loops and knitting with a “spider” pattern, starting with size 40/42 from loops from arrow A and loops before rapport, finish with loops after rapport and loops to arrow C; for size 44/46, start with loops from arrow B and loops before repeat, finish with loops after repeat and loops to arrow D.
After 47 cm from the typesetting edge, knit with nakida columns, following the 1st row 72 (77) 81 columns with nakidom.
Each row to start with 3 lift air loops instead of the 1st column with nakida.
After 56 cm from the edge, leave 5 loops for the armholes on both sides and 3 x 1 loops = 56 (61) 65 loops in each row.
At the height of the main pattern 71 (71) 73 cm from the set edge, leave for the neckline averages of 28 (29) 29 loops and finish both sides separately.
After 73.5 (73.5) 75.5 cm from the dial edge, finish the work.
Knit as back, but with a cut and a deeper neckline.
To do this, after 55 (55) 57 cm from the dial edge, divide the work in half and finish both sides separately.
Through 61 (61) 63 cm from the typesetting edge, leave 10 loops for the neckline cut from the inside edge.
For rounding the cutout, leave a 4 x 1 loop from the inside edge in each 2nd row.
Tie a chain of 55 (55) 61 air loops and knit with a “spider” pattern; in addition, for size 44/46, additionally carry out 3 columns with nakida on both sides.
After 23 cm from the set edge, leave 3 cm for the sleeves on both sides and 10 x 1 cm in each row.
After 38 cm from the set edge, finish the work.
Run shoulder seams; insert sleeves, perform side seams and sleeve seams.
The neckline and the cut should be tied with 1 side by side with no crochets and 1 next to the “step of step” (bars with no crochet from left to right).
For each tie, attach a thread to the edge of the cut and tie a chain of 55 cm air loops.
The scheme of knitting a pullover.