## Nuriya Djelandinova

Saved 1/7/19 1:12 PM to Knitting

# The most exact calculation of loops for products with a sleeve a raglan. - YouTubeSee details »

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• 00:00: hello welcome you on my channel with you nato loop and today we let's talk about calculating loops for virgin soil knitted products with raglan sleeves in difference from products with noisy sleeves they do not fit in a pre-compiled patterns but by calculation and perform them from the neck on circular needles all parts fit together and expand by adding loops
• 00:33: these lines that add loops called raglan lines here on the diagram which you see now I have already produced calculation for your product and let's look at you from where took these numbers and why I the number of loops on the back is less than number of loops on the front neck I have 18 loops on my back now
• 01:04: I have 26 loops on my neck and 4 each loops on sleeves and 2 along raglans 2 loops that's where it came from me these sneakers We will now consider with you first determine the density of knitting need count the number of loops around the circumference base of neck
• 01:35: for example the neck circumference here I took for I have a base of 36 centimeters neck base circumference at 36 centimeters turned out 60 loops for me fine yarn and so after calculating y I got what I need 60 loop here there is a center recorded this the total number of loops is recruited and
• 02:05: on circular needles for four lines raglan here they are we allocate 2 eyelets 222 barely 8 loops means our next action we are from total loops subtract 8 from 60 and we have 52 loops now 52 loops need to be divided into
• 02:37: 3 approximately equal parts in my case it turned out 17 17 and 18 it we are roughly guessing that 17 y we go back 17 forward and 18 loops on two sleeves 9 loops and here we divide each 18 by 2 and it turns out 9 eyelets on the sleeves
• 03:08: Well, now you need to do the first amendment so at the end of the raglan line here after of how we will knit further the line will be pulled and so that our hands on the exit is not turned out too wide we need narrow it down to about two and a half centimeter here in my case it will be five loops so two sleeves
• 03:38: each reduced by 5 loops, that is, 9 loops minus 5 and it turns out 4 here we are have already counted the sleeve with you 4 loops for one sleeve and 4 eyelets on the other sleeve on the sleeve we reduced by 5 loops but these loops we all the same, with the spokes, it is no longer
• 04:09: can reset we have buzzes looped and all it is considered that we need exactly this number of loops so these loops we need to distribute between the front and back it means we have 5 loops from each sleeve add to the back and to the front of us another preliminary calculation is obtained already with the first amendment that is
• 04:39: it turns out 17 plus 5 22 loops it at us like as it should be on the neck before 22 loops and should be kind of like According to our calculations on the back of the neck 22 loops but that 's not all we need make another very important amendment that your product does not have to pulled back raise the line of the neck of its back
• 05:09: need to raise about two and a half centimeter and lower accordingly front line so for this to happen to us need to the loops of each sleeve are divided into four parts but in my case it's only 4 eyelets so here's one two three four and knit sleeves we will be extended rows then
• 05:40: there is tying fully backrest loops we will alternately add one by one loop on each sleeve and since u there are only four loops on us sides on the back we will add on raglan lines of 4 loops because we will be knitting
• 06:12: the sleeves of the sleeves are already expanding our raglan line and we will succeed on back here 4 loops and here 4 loops that is, in the process of our knitting when we get to the neck forehand knit all the loops in the sleeves us back will be more than 8 loops than front neck and as we have to
• 06:44: knit 8 rows our back by extending the line raglana will increase by 8 loops that is 4 seconds each side but we need something so that the back and before were the same mean for this we must equalize the future number of loops here these eight loops that is these 4 and 4 which we should have we will
• 07:18: Immediately once in advance scatter so image from twenty two backrest loops we subtract 4 remains 18 Oct 22 the loops before we add 4 and we it turns out 26 and here we went to our back 18 loop pattern in front of 26 loops four tabs on the sleeve 2
• 07:49: raglan loops and we all have 65 and if you count loop this way then your knitting perfectly fit on the figure and so on to me 36 It took 60 centimeters and loops if you want as accurate as possible learn how to calculate knitting density for any other your things then look
• 08:20: my next lesson is how to calculate knitting density and number of loops if you like the video like and subscribe to my channel with you she is an eyelet thank you for your attention