Openwork beige dress
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Openwork beige dress

knitted dress

What's summer without dresses? This knee-length dress is knitted in a mesh pattern with braids that part and then intertwine to form a diamond pattern to match the V-neckline.

Size: 36/38


You will need: 650 g beige Cosa yarn (50% silk, 50% polyamide, 100 m/50 g); circular knitting needles No. 5.5: hook No. 4.

Knitting patterns

Openwork pattern with braids: the number of loops is a multiple of 20 + 2 + 2 chrome. Knit according to pattern 1, which shows only persons. R., out. R. knit loops and yarn overs. Start with 1 chrome. and loops before rapport, repeat repeat loops, end with loops after repeat and 1 chrome. Repeat 8 times from the 1st to the 12th row, 1 time from the 13th to the 40th row. = 124 rub.

knitting patterns

Diamond Pattern: knit according to pattern 2, which shows only persons. r,, in easy. R. knit loops according to the pattern. The diagram shows the left half of the front or, respectively, the right half of the back, as well as the first 10 stitches of each 2nd half. Finish the 2nd half symmetrically. Perform 1 time from 1 to 88 r.

knitting patterns

Knitting density. Openwork pattern with braids1 16.5 l and 25 rub. = 10 x 10 cm; pattern of rhombuses: 23.5 p. and 23 r. = 10 x 10 cm.

Openwork dress with knitting needles - job description

Back/front: cast on 114 sts and knit 1 purl. r, out. (this row is not taken into account in further calculations). Then knit in an openwork pattern with braids. After 38.5 cm = 96 r. From the cast-on edge, perform the fitting as indicated. After 49.5 cm = 124 rubles. 86 stitches are in work from the cast-on edge. Next, knit with a diamond pattern.

After 72.5 cm = 176 rubles. From the cast-on edge for the V-neck, divide the work in half.

After 77 cm = 184 r. From the cast-on edge, bind off the remaining 7 sts.

Assembly: sew shoulder and side seams, leaving the top 18 cm of the side seams open for armholes. At the armholes, cast on 68 sts, knit 2 p. purl and loops to close the faces. Tie the bottom edge 1 p. “crawfish step” (art. b/n from left to right).

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