Вязаный джемпер
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Knitted jumper

knitted pullover

Вязаный джемпер из пряжи DROPS .Изделие вяжется по кругу сверху вниз, имеет круглую кокетку с ажурным узором и косами.

XS – S – M – L – XL – XXL


You will need:
Пряжа Дропс Air 350-350-400-450-500-550 г, цвет 29, сухая роза
Пряжа Drops eskimo  500-550-600-650-750-800 г, цвет 83, розовато-лиловый

Knitting density:
10 stitches and 14 rows in stockinette stitch in 2 strands of Air yarn or 1 strand of Eskimo yarn = 10 x 10 cm

Circular knitting needles DROPS size 9 mm, line length 40 and 80 cm for stockinette stitch.
Circular knitting needles DROPS size 8 mm, line length 40 and 80 cm for elastic.
Knitting needles for DROPS braids.
The knitting needle sizes are given as a guideline. If there are too many stitches in a 10cm knitted pattern, use larger needles. If there are too few stitches in the 10 cm sample, take smaller needles.

Explanations for knitting:

See diagrams A.1 and A.2. Select a diagram for your size (refers to diagram A.2).

knitting pattern
knitted pullover
knitting pattern

Uniform increases:
To calculate the rhythm of performing uniform increases, divide the total number of stitches on the needles (for example, 144 stitches) by the number of increases that need to be made (for example, 5) = 28.8. In this example, to add stitches, yarn over approximately after every 29th stitch. In the next row, knit yarn overs with crossed loops so that there are no holes.

Выполнение убавок на рукавах для размеров L-XL-XXL:
Decrease 1 stitch on each side of the marker as described below: Knit until there are 3 stitches left before the marker, 2 knit stitches together with a slant to the right, knit 2 (the marker will remain between these stitches), 2 knit stitches together with a slant to the left (=decreased 2 loops).

Tip for closing loops:
To prevent the closed edge from being pulled, you can use a larger needle size for the closure. If at the same time the edge is pulled together, when closing the loops, make a yarn over approximately after every 4th loop, and close the yarn over like a regular loop.

Knitting description:

Brief description of the work stages:
The neckline and yoke are knitted in the round on circular needles from top to bottom. Next, the yoke is divided into sleeves and a body, which are knitted in the round from top to bottom, the body on circular knitting needles, the sleeves on short circular knitting needles.

Cast on 45-45-50-50-55-55 stitches on 8mm needles using 2 strands of Air or 1 strand of Eskimo yarn. Knit 1 row with knit stitches.
Next, knit according to the pattern (= 5 stitches) on all stitches (= 9-9-10-10-11-11 reps per row).
Knit this way to a height of 5 cm.
Mark the beginning of the row with a marker, measure the yoke using this marker!

Change the knitting needles to 9 mm circular knitting needles.
Work according to pattern A.2 (= 9-9-10-10-11-11 reps of 5 stitches).
Continue knitting as shown in diagram A.2.
Remember the knitting density!
When pattern A.2 is fully knitted, there will be 135-144-160-170-187-198 stitches on the needles. The height of the yoke will be approximately 20-20-20-23-23-26 cm from the marker on the neckline.
Knit 1 row with knit stitches, evenly adding 0-5-0-0-0-5 stitches - see knitting instructions = 135-149-160-170-187-203 stitches.
Work in stockinette stitch until the yoke measures 21-21-23-24-26-28 cm from the neck marker.
In the next row, divide the yoke into the body and sleeves, as described below:
Knit as before on the first 20-23-25-27-29-32 stitches (= half back), slip the next 26-28-30-32-36-38 stitches onto the holder (= sleeve), cast on an additional 4-4 -4-6-6-6 new stitches on the needles (= undercut), knit the next 43-47-50-52-57-63 stitches (= before the next 26-28-30-32-36-38 stitches, remove to the holder (= sleeve), cast on an additional 4-4-4-6-6-6 new stitches on the needles (= undercut) and knit the remaining 20-23-25-27-29-32 stitches (= half back).
The body and sleeves are then knitted separately.

knitted pullover

On knitting needles = 91-101-108-118-127-139 stitches.
Knit in stockinette stitch.
When 21-23-23-24-24-24 cm from the division have been knitted (there will be about 6 cm left to the final length, try on the jumper and knit to the desired length), knit 1 row with knit stitches, evenly increasing 11-11-12-12 -11-11 loops – see knitting instructions = 102-112-120-130-138-150 loops.
Change the knitting needles to circular knitting needles size 8 mm.
Knit an elastic band (= p1, k1) to a height of 6 cm. Cast off the stitches according to the pattern (see tip on casting off stitches).
The length of the jumper will be approximately 52-54-56-58-60-62 cm from the shoulder.

On one side, re-slip 26-28-30-32-36-38 stitches from the holder onto short circular needles 9 mm and lift 1 stitch over each of the previously cast on 4-4-4-6-6-6 undercut stitches = 30-32 -34-38-42-44 loops. In the 3 largest sizes, place a marker in the middle of 6 hem stitches; it will indicate where the decreases will be made on the sleeves.
Knit in stockinette stitch in the round.
When 5 cm from the division is knitted, decrease 0-0-0-1-1-1 stitches on each side of the marker - see the explanation for knitting.
Repeat decrease every 7 cm for a total of 0-0-0-2-3-3 times = 30-32-34-34-36-38 stitches.
When the length of the sleeve is 32-33-31-31-29-28 cm from the division, knit 1 row, evenly adding 6 stitches = 36-38-40-40-42-44 stitches.
Change the knitting needles to short circular needles 8 mm and knit an elastic band (= 1 knit, 1 pl) to a height of 6 cm.
Close the loops according to the drawing.
The sleeve length will be approximately 38-39-37-37-35-34 cm from the split.
Knit the second sleeve in the same way.

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