Hello everyone, today we will crochet a jumper. Jumper decorated with Arana. How such a pattern fits on the channel there is a video master class, a link to it in the description. I knitted a jumper with a raglan on top. Now I will show the back. Initially, I planned to knit a sweater with a high collar-collar. But I didn’t calculate the yarn and ordered a little less, as a result I got a jumper. The sweater has an unusual collar. It looks very interesting and spectacular. Knitted from yarn “Vita Sharm”. I ordered yarn in the World of Embroidery online store. This is a real handmade paradise, there is everything for any kind of needlework and very reasonable prices. The administration of the site for subscribers of the channel to “Cat-needlewoman” gives a 10% discount on the entire range of promotional codes “CAT”. I will leave a link to the online store in the description under the video. Yarn “Vita Sharm” is 100% cotton. Therefore, if you have unpleasant sensations and the coat seems prickly, then this is your option. The jumper lay well, the thread is thick enough, the jumper knits quickly. The yarn is very soft, easily draped and does not cost a stake. In this jumper, I knitted a sprout in an unusual way. The sprout is called Japanese, it is much easier to execute than a regular sprout. There are no pivot points, shortened rows, that is, much less calculations. Fit in the following way – scored
hinges for the neck, made ragged lines and then we work only with the back. We knit the back and ragged lines of the back in several rows and due to this the back becomes longer. And there is a difference in the cuts in the front and back. Then through the undercuts we combine everything into a common fabric and knit. On the Internet they write that such a sprout is suitable for free things, but I have a semi-tight jumper and the sprout is well laid. Raglan lines lie neatly, do not frown. Now I’ll show you again from behind. Let’s try to knit. We measure the girth of the head to calculate the neckline. We measure the girth of the chest girth and shoulder. The undercut will be four centimeters. We calculate the width of the neck. To the girth of the head we add 5 and we get 61 centimeters. In my knit density it is 108 loops. Raglan lines consist of three loops. Therefore, the total number of loops
taking off the raglan lines. There are four in total, so I multiply 3 by 4. And all this I divide by 3, I get 32 loops. As a result, 32 loops goes to the back, 32 loops to the front and 32 loops to the sleeves (16 loops on one sleeve and 16 loops on the second). These numbers must be even in order to place the pattern in the center. The pattern of the front is 30 loops, it enters here and remains one more loop in front of the raglan lines. The sleeve pattern is a braid of 6 loops. I will have a ragged line, then 5 loops, then a braid and five more loops and the next ragged line. We have distributed patterns and begin to knit raglannye additions. Next I will show how the ragged additions fit. The scheme for knitting raglannyh applications will be in the description below the video. We make additions to the required height of the ragged line.
I did 18.5 centimeters. The height of the front turned out 15 centimeters. I marked ragan lines with such triple lines. Regulated front lines will refer to the front. Reglan lines of the back – will refer to the back. On the sleeves ragged loops do not go. The height of the ragged line should be below the armpit. When we complete the undercut and combine knitting, the armpit should not pull or pull anything. The width of the front or back is determined from the circumference of the chest. Divide the chest circumference by 2, subtract the undercut and add one centimeter to the free fit. I have a width of 39 centimeters. In these thirty-nine centimeters we include raglized lines. Sleeve width equals shoulder girth. Sleeve width is the distance between raglan lines (rag lines are not included here). The ragged lines themselves will refer to the front, and this one to the back. The sleeve will be 24 centimeters wide and when we add a cut (four centimeters), we get a loose fit. Next comes the sprout. I knitted a sprout by the Japanese method. I will show its essence on such a model. Here are the ragged lines, this is the pattern on the front. We tied ragged lines to the required height. The neckline is the same both front and back. Next, we perform the sprout. We turn the products back to ourselves and we fasten the back to a small number of rows together with raglans. The back has become longer than the front. When we combine everything, the back rises. From the bottom, the height is leveled, and a neckline is formed from above.
The front is deeper than the back. When calculating the height of the ragged line, consider that it will increase due to the fact that we will pull the back. We will start raglan from above and now we are collecting 108 loops for the neck and proceed to knitting. I scored 108 loops, but I made the set right away with a single crochet. Such a set gives a more elastic edge and the neck will not be tightened. How such a set is performed on my channel there is a video, I will leave a link in the description. Or you can dial a regular air chain and knit a row of single crochet posts. In fact, I got 107 columns and an air chain lifting. I marked with markers ragl lines, one of three loops. Here is the back, sleeve, front and second sleeve. Now we will close the knitting in a circle. To do this, I knit a connecting column in the air chain of lifting. We grab the air loop over both walls and carry out the connecting column Here, the row also needs to be connected. This thread needs to be pulled in a column. Then I will fix it more firmly. Now I will not bother with this. We proceed to knitting the second row, it will consist of single crochet columns. We perform an air loop and despite the fact that we knit in a circle, the rows will be rotary. We turn the knitting with the wrong side to ourselves. Before us is a ragged line of three columns. In the first stitch of the ragged line we knit a crochet. The second loop is also a single crochet. 2 air. Another column in the second loop. In the third raglan loop we knit a crochet. Of the three ragged columns we tied – a column, a column, 2 air columns, a column, a column. We knit all the ragged lines like this. Between raglan lines in each loop we knit a crochet. I completed a circular row, reached the beginning of the row. We carry out a connecting column in an air loop of rise. I cling to both walls and make a connecting post. 3 lift air loops. We unfold the knitting face to ourselves. From this row we will knit arana in front and on the sleeves. I won’t show how the Arana fit in. On my channel there is a video master class on this pattern. I will leave a link in the description. This row consists of single crochet posts. Air loops go along the ragged line and now we will make the first addition. I will tie a single crochet into the same loop from where the air lifting loops come. Next I will knit a column with one
double crochet. One in each eyelet. Now there are sleeve loops and in the center we knit a braid. Link to a workshop on knitting braids and arana in the description below the video. Therefore, we will meet near this ragged line. I knitted to the ragged line – here are two single crochet, 2 air, two single crochet. We carry out the raglan addition – I knit a single crochet column in the same loop where the column comes from. The increase is in front of the ragged line. Now I carry out the raglan line itself – I knit two columns with one crochet under the air bridge. Two columns are skipped and under the air bridge I knit two columns with one crochet. 2 air. 2 more double crochet under the same aerial bridge. Next comes the raglaned addition. I miss two loops and in the third I knit a raglan application. That is, in one loop I perform two columns with one crochet. Then there are the front loops, we knit them, making a pattern of aran. This is how all the ragged lines will look. A fan is a ragged line. Before it is added and after it is added. I finish knitting a circular row, I reached the last ragged line. Near her I carry out the addition. Now the raglan line itself, that is, we knit a fan under the bridge from air loops. At the beginning of the row, an addition was made, so I carry out the connecting column an air lifting loop. I pick up the lifting loop for both walls. Next we will knit a row of crochets. We perform an air loop and unfold the knitting. In this series, we will not perform the ragged additions. We knit a single crochet in the first column of the ragged line. In the second loop we knit one more column. There are 2 air loops and I repeat the same way – I make 2 air loops and move on to the next columns. And so I continue to knit one single crochet in each loop of the previous row. There will be no additions in this series. We finish the row – it remains to tie the last single crochet in addition. From this column there are air lifting loops. I introduce the hook into the air loop of lifting (we catch the loop on both walls). I carry out a connecting column. 3 air loops for lifting. I unfold the knitting face to me and I will knit a row of columns with one crochet. I will perform raglannye increases, as did in the third row. There is such a pattern. When we knit a row of columns with one crochet, we always carry out ragl additions (checkmarks), as in the third row. When there are rows of single crochet, then we alternate – first a row with an increase (the second row was with an increase). The next row of single crochet without increase, like the fourth row. That is, rows of single crochet columns alternate – with an increase, without an increase. In rows of single crochet always increase. Now we carry out the addition and in the same loop, where the air lifting loops come from, we knit a column with one crochet. Then we continue to knit a sleeve. I finished knitting a row of single crochet posts. I completely repeated the third row.
Around the ragged lines of increase. The ragged line itself is made of a fan. I knit a connecting loop in an air loop of rise. Air loop for lifting. We unfold the knitting and we will knit the next row with a crochet. In each single crochet, I will crochet a single crochet. There is a ragged line. Here are two columns from a fan and knit one single crochet into each. We knit an increase under two air loops. This row of single crochet will be added, like the second row. Rows of single crochet columns alternate – with increase, without increase. This row of single crochets (fourth) went without increase. This row will be with an increase and under the air loops I knit “single crochet, 2 air, single crochet”. We continue to knit a row to the end. The increase is only for the air loops. I almost finished the series – here is the increase in the ragged and ragged line. I knit a column in increase. The second column of increase is occupied by an air lift loop. I carry out a connecting loop in an air loop of rise. We perform another connecting loop to jump into this single crochet. We carry out three air. We unfold the knitting and begin to perform a series of single crochet posts. We start with a ragged increase. I put the hook in the same loop where the air lifting loops come from and I make a single crochet Then I knit one column with one crochet in each stitch to the next ragged line. Do not forget to observe the pattern of Aran. Reached the next ragged line. Look, here is a bridge of air loops and there are three columns left, so it’s time to knit a raglan addition. In one chain we knit 2 columns with one crochet. There should always be two columns to the air loops. Now we carry out the raglan line – we knit two columns with one crochet under the air bridge. Two aerial and two more columns with one yarn under the same air bridge. We retreat two loops and in the third we knit raglan addition. And in the same loop is the second double crochet. Thus, we complete all the ragged lines. I finish the series – I perform the raglan addition. Two loops remained to the air bridge and now I will knit a raglan line. We carry out 2 columns with one double crochet under the air bridge. 2 air.
Two columns with one crochet there. We carry out a connecting column in an air loop of rise. We knit an air lifting loop and unfold the knitting. We begin to repeat alternating from 4 to 7 rows. Thus, we knit a yoke to the required height. I knitted to a sufficient height (only 25 rows). Before is 66 columns. The height of the ragged line is 18.5 centimeters, the height of the front is 15. Now we will knit the sprout. We form it like this. I put the yoke, turning the braids forward. The neckline at the front becomes deeper than the back. I turn the yoke back and the back has become shorter than before several rows. I get about 6 rows – three rows of single crochet and 3 rows and double crochet. The number of rows must be even. The sprout will adjust the row difference between the back and front. When knitting a sprout, we will only knit back loops and ragged lines of the back. Raglan and additions will not be performed. Now I knit our backrest into about six rows, so that it is equal to the front in height. We start knitting a sprout – I perform an airy loop of lifting. We unfold the knitting and knit a raglan line, a back and a second raglan line. There is a row of single crochet. Here is the ragged line, I knit a single crochet into it. The second single crochet. We perform two air loops above the air loops. then I continue to knit one stitch in each loop. Thus we will knit all rows of single crochet. I finished the back and knitted along the ragged line of the back, just like at the beginning of the row. Now I will knit another single crochet in the last stitch of the ragged line. This column will, as it were, replace the air lifting eyelet that we did at the beginning of this row. 3 air loops for lifting. We unfold the knitting and knit the second row of the sprout – we begin the execution of the ragged line. We knit two columns with one crochet under the air bridge. 2 air and 2 more single crochet posts. We retreat 2 loops and, starting with the third, we knit one crochet column. We do not carry out scheduled additions. We knit a row to the end. I knit a raglan line and I knit a single crochet column in the air loop of the lift. Getting to the third row.
Aerial eyelet lifting. I turn around and knit crochet. We finish a row of single crochet columns – we knit a single crochet column in the air loop of lifting. 3 air and we knit the sprout to the required height, alternating 2 and 3 rows. I completed 6 rows of sprouts. Now connect the front and back and form undercuts. We perform one airy loop of lifting, we unfold the knitting and begin to knit the back. I will not carry out the regulated lines anymore. Knitted two single crochet. I knit one single crochet under the airlift and here are two more single crochet. Then we knit to the next ragged line of the back. I knitted to the end of the back and knitted five crochet stitches in the same way along the ragged line. Now I will form a cut. The undercut will be four centimeters or 7 loops. I will immediately start cropping loops with a single crochet. A more detailed video master class on such a set of loops on my channel is already there, the link will be in the description under the video. We collect 7 columns. I scored 7 loops – this will be a cut. Loop the sleeves of the sleeve and take the loops in front and connect. I run a single crochet in a raglan line. The entire ragged line goes to the front or back loops. We also knit along the ragged line as we knitted along the ragged line of the back. Under the air bridge one column. We also form a cut from the second side. I formed a second undercut and now close the knitting in a circle. I carry out the connecting column in the first column of the row, that is, I miss the air loop. We pull out the loop, take the ball and drag through this loop, tighten. Connect to the fourth undercut loop. I do not break the thread, I just stretch it and start the row. We knit from the middle of the undercut so that the joint of the rows goes into the side seam. 3 air lifts. Expand the knitting and continue
to knit. At the end of the row, we press this thread with columns with one crochet. We knit already in a circle, but we unfold the knitting in the same way as we crocheted a yoke. Do not knit raglannye lines and additions.
We knit only a pattern from the front. We carry out the necessary length in front and back. The carcass has reached the required length and now I will form the bottom edge. I will form it with one-on-one elastic knitting needles. But the elastic will knit unusual, and crossed. First, pick up the loop. I put one loop on the knitting needle, then I introduce the knitting needle under the next loop. And I pull out a working thread. In the next chain and pull out. That is, from each double crochet, we will have to stretch one loop. After we have made five loops, we perform the crochet and again stretch 5 loops. So we loop around the bottom. I scored the last 5 loops and do the crochet. I will stretch one knitting needle. We will knit with a crossed elastic band. The loops will knit the back wall. We knit the next loop on the wrong side. I knit on the back wall. The loop is twisted. Further front for the back wall. Wrong. Again facial. We came to the yarn and we will knit all the yarn on the back wall (the yarn is crossed). So we knit the whole row – crossed front and crossed wrong. I finish the row – this is the crochet and knit it on the wrong side. I will stretch one knitting needle. We proceed to knitting the second row. We knit the front one by the back wall. The wrong side will now be knitted for the front wall. The loops crossed are obtained. Such an elastic band will keep its shape better and stretch less. Thus, we knit a 1×1 crossed elastic band to a height of about 5 centimeters. I tied a 5 cm cuff. And I closed all the loops with a needle, as the loops are closed with a needle on my channel there is a video, the link will be in the description. On the wrong side it looks like this. Here are such crosses, which were formed due to yarn. Let’s start knitting the sleeves. I’ll start with the right sleeve. The last row of the sleeve is connected with a single crochet, so now there is a row of single crochet. This is the wrong side and I hold the sleeve with the wrong side to me. I start from the undercut and I will knit to the sprout. That is, the sprout and undercut will not be knitted. Please note that I start knitting the right sleeve from the undercut, and the left sleeve will be knitting, on the contrary, from the sprout. The sleeve is right. I attach the thread to the corner between the undercut and the sleeve. I knit a row with single crochet. I almost knitted to a sprout.
It remains to tie the last single crochet. I pulled out a working thread and now we will join the first row of the sprout. So I hooked and stretch the working thread through all the loops. There will be no hole, then we knit an air loop. Expand knitting, knit a connecting column. Single crochet. Semi double crochet. Then starting to knit with a single crochet. I will have to finish the row with the same lowering of the columns. I knit a row with a single crochet. Not forgetting the braid in the center of the sleeve. I knit a row almost to the end, and when I have the last three loops, we knit a lowering of the pattern – a half-crochet with a crochet, a single crochet and a connecting loop. There are 3 loops left to cut (the end of the row is where I connected the working thread). I knit a double crochet on the floor. Single crochet. Connecting post. I stretch the loop and fix the row, pulling the glomerulus through the loop. Next is the wrong side of the single crochet. I unfold the knitting and you will need to make a broach to the beginning of the undercut. I join in the corner between the sprout and the undercut. I start knitting a row with a single crochet. When knitting, I hold the broach. Thus, I knit a row to a sprout. I knitted to a sprout, it remains to tie the last single crochet. I will connect it to the first row of 1 sprout, which is a single crochet. I grab a loop and stretch the working thread through all three loops. Again we fix the working thread. Go to the center of the undercut. The undercut consists of 7 columns, so we enter the hook in the fourth column. There will be a broach of the working thread. The next row comes from single crochet posts. I carry out three air loops for lifting. I knit a single crochet. In the corner, so that the fabric fits nicely, I will knit a decrease of three columns with one crochet. I pulled out a working thread, I knit only the crochet. Once again, the crochet, in the next loop of the undercut I introduce the hook, I knitted only the crochet. Now I introduce a hook under this aerial bridge on the sprout. I knit only the crochet and now I knit all four loops on the hook at a time. I carry out one more column under the same air bridge. That is, I knit on a sprout. I knit a single crochet in a row of single crochet. We knit two columns under the air mrstik. Single crochet column in a row of single crochet. Column with a single crochet under the air bridge. I went to the corner and here I also knit a decrease of three columns with one crochet. I knit the first column under the air bridge, and the next two columns on the sleeve. Then I knit the hinges of the sleeve to the braid. Look, when the sprout was formed, the braid was shifted from the center of the sleeve to the front. We will return the braid to the center. To do this, I will knit a decrease from two columns near the braid. Now I do not tie 2 loops to the braid and I will form a decrease. I have two columns left to the braid and I will form a decrease. I execute a crochet on a hook, I pull out a working thread, I knit only a crochet. Again, I am crocheting, I introduce the hook into the next loop, I knit only the crochet. On the hook, three loops and I knit all three at a time. Thus, we form a decrease on the sleeve and move the braid to the center of the sleeve. We perform a braid and we will knit a row of columns with one crochet to undercut. Here again the angle (between the sleeve and the undercut), in order to smooth it, we perform the reduction of the columns with one crochet. We knit to undercut. I knitted a row to undercut. More precisely, one loop remained before undercutting. Here is the loop of the sleeve and here are three loops of the undercut, just four loops. I knit a decrease from three columns with one crochet. Now all four loops together. I knit a single crochet in the last loop. I close the row – I perform the connecting loop not in the air lifting loops, but in the first column of the row. The junction will be less noticeable. When knitting both the front and back, I did not show this connection, so I will show now. Using a marker, mark this column in which the connecting loop is tied. We missed the lift air loops and when we knit the second row, we will knit a crochet into this loop. Marker marks the last loop of the row of the next row. Perform an air lift loop. I unfold the knitting. Now it is clearly visible that this is the last loop of the series. I start to knit a row of crochets. In this loop, which was marked with a marker, we will knit the last column of the row. Tied up to a marker. I knit the last single crochet.
I remove the marker. Next comes the air loop of lifting and the next loop I again mark with a marker. Now I am performing a connecting loop in the air loop of the lift. I marked with a marker the last loop of the next row. A total of 58 single crochet posts plus an air lift loop. 3 air lift loops. Expand knitting.
Marker marks the last loop of the row. We start to knit a row of single crochet posts. Near the braid from the back we will make a decrease. The braid consists of six loops and in order to shift it to the center, it is necessary to make 3 decreases. We divide the 6 stitches of the braid in half and get what you need to reduce three columns from the back. We knit, without reaching the braid, 2 loops. There are 2 columns left to the braid, we perform the reduction, as in this row. Here is a decrease. We proceed to the formation of the braid and knit the whole row to the end without reduction. I knit the last column with one crochet in the chain that is marked with a marker. We remove the marker and carry out the connecting loop not in the air chain, but in the first column. I mark this column with a marker – this will be the last loop of the next row. Perform an air loop for lifting. I unfold the knitting, perform a series of single crochet posts. I knit the last column. We remove the marker. Here is the air loop and mark the next loop. I carry out a connecting column in an air loop. 3 air.
We are turning around. We knit a row of columns with one crochet and in this row from the back side near the braid we will form the third decrease. I performed the last third decrease near the scythe. A total of 56 posts plus lift air loops. I will continue knitting without reduction, until the sleeve hides the elbow bend. Then I proceed to the formation of reductions. The sleeve has reached the required length, it is just below the elbow. I knitted 39 rows and in the fortieth row I will perform a decrease. Scythe shifted to the center of the sleeve, due to the decrease. Marker marks the last row of the coquette. In this row, I last connected the ragged additions. Now I will perform the decrease. Look at how the seam looks and I will make a decrease near the seam in rows of single crochet posts. We perform the reduction as follows – I did not knit 3 loops to the end of the row. I proceed to carry out the reduction. I knit two single crochet with a common top. Three loops on the hook, I knit all three of them at a time. In a row I am doing one decrease.
Until the end of the row, the last single crochet remains. Connecting a row. Then I knit a row of single crochet.
I do not perform reductions. I made a row of single crochet posts. Here is the decrease, it is located to the right of the seam. In the next row we will do on the left side of the seam so that the decrease goes symmetrically. Completed 3 lift air loops.
I knit a single crochet. I carry out the reduction. We continue to knit a row to the end. Decrease is on the left side of the seam. Decreases are performed in a checkerboard pattern in each row of columns with one crochet. First, to the right of the seam, then to the left, then to the right, and so on, until the sleeve reaches the required length. She completed 12 reductions, the sleeve reached the desired length. There are 45 columns left, I finished next to one double crochet. We will start knitting the cuff. We will knit it the same way as the bottom of the sweater. But with a set of loops we will not perform crochets. From each column we draw one loop. It remains to dial the last loop.
The number of loops must be even. I scored 44 loops and then we knit with a 1×1 crossed elastic band. I completed the sleeve cuff. Height is 5 centimeters. I closed all the loops with a needle. When both sleeves are ready, proceed to the formation of the collar. From the center of the sleeve I connect the working thread. With the help of a hook I will knit connecting posts around the neck. I put a hook under each floor loop We tie the whole neck. Finishing the row – I introduce the hook into the first connecting loop. I carry out one more connecting column. We remove the hook and take the knitting needles. We will produce a set of loops, the first loop is dialed. Then I execute a crochet, I introduce a knitting needle into the center of the connecting column. I grab the loop by the upper wall and grab the loop on the floor, under which the connecting loop was knitted. I pick up a working thread. Nakida and I introduce a knitting needle into the next loop. After each dialed loop, we will double crochet. Nakida and the next loop. If it’s hard to make loops with a knitting needle, you can pull out the loops with a hook and then put on a knitting needle. I complete a set of loops with a crochet. We knit a crossed elastic band 1×1. The front will knit the front crossed loop. The first loop, which was removed from the hook, must be unrolled and we knit it on the back wall. Knit crochet wrong crochet. We knit the hinges of the front crossed.
Nakida – wrong side crossed. We knit the whole row to the end.
Then go to the crossed elastic band, which knitted cuffs. I finished knitting the gate. Tied 7 centimeters. I closed all the loops with a needle. We hide the remainder of the thread. Take a smaller hook. We introduce it under the front braids. I grab two loops. And I stretch the rest of the thread. Once again, 2 halves grab and stretch the thread. The rest of the worker quietly hides. It remains to trim. From the inside, the typesetting edge looks like crosses. On the front side, thanks to a chain of connecting posts, a stitch seam is obtained. That’s all for me, if you liked it, put like. Subscribe to my channel if you are not already subscribed. Leave a comment.