Openwork jumper with yoke
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Openwork jumper with yoke

knitted pullover

This is exactly the shade of lilac that suits every woman. With the help of a cord, the width of the openwork yoke can be adjusted as desired: a slight movement of the hand - and now the neckline of the pullover slides off the shoulder..

Dimensions: 38/40 (42/44) 46/48


You will need: yarn (55% silk, 45% cotton; 150 m/50 g) – 400 (450) 500 g lilac: knitting needles No. 3.5; circular knitting needles No. 3.5.

Persian openwork pattern: the number of loops must be a multiple of 4 + 2 chrome. Each row begins and ends with chrome.

Row 1: purl stitches.

2nd row: * from the next stitch knit 1, purl 1. and knit 1, knit 3 stitches together purlwise, from * repeat.

3rd row: purl loops.

4th row: * Purl 3 stitches together, knit 1 from the next stitch, purl 1. and 1st person, from * repeat.

Repeat in height from the 1st to the 4th row.

Openwork pattern in circular rows: the number of loops must be a multiple of 12.

Knit according to the given pattern. It shows only odd circular rows. In even circular rows, knit all stitches and yarn overs. Repeat the rapport in width, knit in height 2 times from the 1st to the 10th round.

knitting pattern

Garter stitch in circular rows: knit alternately 1 round. knit, 1 circle.r. purl loops.

Structural pattern for the yoke strip (in the 6th circle, the number of loops should be a multiple of 6): from 1st to 4th row: knit in garter stitch, 5th round: knit facial loops. 6th round: * knit 2 stitches together, 1 yarn over, knit 4, from * repeat. From the 7th to the 19th round; knit in garter stitch.

Knitting density: 28.5 p. x 29.5 r. = 10 x 10 cm, knitted with a Persian openwork pattern; 20 kr.r. = 5 cm wide, knitted with an openwork pattern in circular rows; 10 circle.r. = 2 cm in height, knitted with a structural pattern for the yoke strip.

Back. Cast on 130 (142) 154 sts and knit 1 purl. row of facial ones. This series should not be taken into account in further calculations. Next, knit with a Persian openwork pattern. At the same time, for side bevels, add on both sides, starting from the cast-on row, 12 times in every 6th row. 1 p. each = 154 (166) 178 p. After 44 cm = 130 r. From the cast-on row, put all the loops on the auxiliary needle.

Before. Knit like a back.

Sleeves. Cast on 62 (70) 78 sts and knit 1 purl. row of facial ones. Next, knit with a Persian openwork pattern. For bevels, add on both sides after 15 cm = 44 r. from the cast-on row 1 time for 1 p., then 7 times in every 6th p. (9 times alternately in every 4th and 6th r.) 11 times in every 4th r. 1 p. each, immediately include the added loops in the pattern = 78 (90) 102 p. After 31 cm = 92 cm from the cast-on row, close all the loops.

Assembly. For an openwork yoke, transfer the set aside 154 (166) 178 sts of the front and back onto circular knitting needles and first knit 0.5 cm = 2 rounds on all 308 (332) 356 sts. purl, while in the 1st round. knit all adjacent edge stitches together purlwise and further decrease, evenly distributing, 50 (58) 66 p. = 256 (272) 288 p. In the 2nd round. decrease, evenly distributing, another 40 (44) 48 sts = 216 (228) 240 sts. Next, knit in circular rows with an openwork pattern for another 5 cm = 20 rounds. in height.

Then knit with a structural pattern for the yoke strap, while in the 1st round. of this pattern, knit every 11th and 12th p. knit together = 198 (209) 220 p. and in the 3rd round. decrease this pattern, evenly distributing, 18 (17) 22 sts = 180 (192) 198 sts. After 2 cm = 10 circles. from the end of the openwork pattern, close all the loops, as in knitting. From 2 threads, twist a cord 150 (160) 170 cm long and thread the cord into the holes of the structural pattern for the yoke strap, while releasing the ends of the cord in the area of the left half of the front. Sew in the sleeves. Sew side seams and sleeve seams.

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