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• 00:00:00: all technical information regarding yarn knitting needles and so on will be in the description under video so unwrap infobox and look friends hello my name is johan welcome to my feed and knit in this video I want to show you how i am combining sprout with a hollow on the back and before the pattern with rhombuses and this video will be a logical continuation of the first in which I talk about the principles Formations of such a neck with recess and on the back too if you him I did not watch you strongly
• 00:00:31: I advise you to watch it first first video, yes, I will leave it for sure reference and on the screen and in the description and then come back to this video because otherwise you risk little understood or confused and just I think that this video is most likely not for beginners for those who are at least a couple times already knitted raglan at least with the usual germ has idea of ​​how to calculate it
• 00:01:02: how to knit some basics yes and if you raglan never knitted they expected you too will be hard to understand though i I can be wrong I see a jumper which will be decorated with a rhombus pattern and i will show in How to make this video successfully and harmoniously fit these diamonds in the shortened rows of auto groove which we need how to do it
• 00:01:36: knitting on top and tell you everything moments to consider I will show everything thoroughly on the schemes on practice, but first we will analyze draw up schemes diagram of the germ we note we transfer it to schemes patterns I will explain by what principle, we will do it and then there will be a practical part where we are with you together
• 00:02:07: knit these shortened rows not all of course but I will show by example parts of this neck how to do it and that's why i think this video should prove useful to those who are interested raglan on top of those who love him and those who wants to learn something new and somehow to cultivate in this naturally
• 00:02:37: what I'll tell you this will my vision since i am myself reached and you can agree with something something no you can add something from yourself can change something but myself principle some direction i do n't care I will give in this plan therefore stay with me continue to look and enjoy view I'm going to knit and a jumper pattern diamonds pattern I borrowed from master classes svetlana kolomiets
• 00:03:07: the only thing I changed was replacing seamy surface on the front and increasing the report is wide and high here's how This pattern looks like on a sample and this is how he looks at the diagram the repeat of the pattern is 36 loops in width and 28 rows tall here on I drew a double report for more convenient to distribute
• 00:03:38: loops and height I did not increase the report here is the height of 1 rhombus and and us will be enough to distribute the loops that we will have mark the groove on the front and back that is, this deepening will not exceed 1 rapport in height on the diagram i meant only crosses because all loops u
• 00:04:09: with the facial on the diagram the circuit consists of face and purl rows purl i here they also marked me completely empty on the diagram since all purl rows we knit by pattern and overlap and we do only in facial rows here they go all the rows where there is intersection is empty facial here between them it is purl rows in the diagram we need in this case
• 00:04:39: in order to celebrate pivots as we have them will fall on both facial and to purl ranks so that we will be with you now in fact we need to do this our neck sweaters yes we will have it classic round neck wide enough since firstly I I will process the whale's neck at the end Lev she will gather a little bit at the canvas
• 00:05:10: and secondly so that he was not much under neck to be able to wear its like a second layer and so here here on a mouth nothing pushed everything what we need to do it put our round neck on the pattern on the scheme of this pattern here before the rhombus that's
• 00:05:41: the essence is actually all just that we are tying up our scheme yes scheme we go here and so the front row purl facial purl facial purlous so on as per steps back and forth and here we are the same here here we will not be so sure I will do it right like this we have the same scheme knitting direction from here we knit
• 00:06:12: above therefore it will be more correct to show So and as if we go down the stairs according to the form our neck line with those points that we will form This one is our round neckline . from the scheme we do not go yes yes that is here how do we go facial purl front and back
• 00:06:44: do all the necessary crosses go on gradually going down and doing those manipulations which we correspond to the scheme there is nothing complicated and tricky on the fact is not here you will see it later just the main thing to understand the principle itself and this principle we follow now with we draw you a sprout scheme as usual and
• 00:07:14: our task is to transfer the germ scheme on the scheme of our pattern and all reversal points that we will have located here here on the scheme of the neck us will need to move here mark to find where they will be located on the circuit at these points we will just be unfold yes whether facial or purlut and so
• 00:07:44: form this one here but the principle in order to go like this gradually going down and gradually grabbing more and more loops in this pattern but it will be the same facial rows and the same purl rows of this pattern There are several nuances that I for I singled out myself and noted, and now with you will share those nuances
• 00:08:17: take into account when forming neck rhombus pattern and any other pattern there are a few points that I should not neglect so let's move on to our standards and to plotting raglan I knitted two facial patterns and rhombus pattern and calculated density facial smoothness and density rather
• 00:08:49: the density of the front surface of I It turned out such a 2.8 loop for 3 rows and since the patterns I knitted on one and the same number of loops then I measured pattern facial satin and pattern and i have it turned out that the sample less rhombus pattern facial satin pattern
• 00:09:19: by about one quarter and since I have a quarter less pattern than the front one smooth surface then I calculated so when I dial loops i'll just add on pattern one quarter of all loops why I’m not typing the edge right away that amount which is why I did not immediately measured the density of the sample with rhombus and not scored the number of loops that
• 00:09:50: I need because you see how they are tightening the belt and if you imagine that I do so it would be inlaid edge of the he would fold a little and it would not be very beautiful so I decided to type loops according to density front surface and then in the next row the missing amount add just on here it is now a sting and then i have margin will not as not as accordion the edge of the neck is smooth enough to
• 00:10:22: he lay beautifully when I was already this handle and so for landmark I took the girth of my head it's 56 centimeters I already said that I want a wide enough mouth do initially but from this volume I I went one centimeter I usually do so one or two centimeters I remove if I measure
• 00:10:52: if focusing on head volume and 55 there is no centimeters multiply by the number of loops in one centimeter front surface and get 154 loops, that is, if I were knitting into a sweater face smoothness I would take this number scored and went to knit well since then my diamonds will go next row I will type one fourth
• 00:11:24: part from here this amount and it is added from 154 it turns out approximately 40 loops and after performing increments I need to get the number 194 and already one hundred and ninety four loops after of adding loops and getting here this amount I will distribute on raglan so we we take this figure 194 we draw the scheme
• 00:11:55: raglana and distribute the loop on the sleeves front and back with your permission i'm not I will now delve into the calculation and raglana because the video we have absolutely not about that if you need information how to do it then look I have several videos on the channel the distribution of loops on the calculation of the coquette in advertising and so on and not only me you can just search for it
• 00:12:25: but now I will not go into it just show the result it turned out for me and from this and this I will tell you an example There how to adjust this scheme under pattern scheme and so on every advertising line I took 2 loops and distributed loops this way to backrest I got fifty six loops on before 70 and on both sleeves with 30 loops I want to note here that
• 00:12:59: these numbers should be even because we have an even amount loops of rapport and we need to take that quantity so we can easily split in half and already on these loops I marked the turning points I am the result of calculations 14 rows, respectively, sow reversal points on each sleeve is the same
• 00:13:30: the amount of seven points I took with each side of the back and 10 points with each side of the shelf and before carry This is the scheme for the pattern of the pattern I want note that here we have a beginning Row here is yes and the arrow I marked the direction of our knitting
• 00:14:00: there is this direction 1 row 1 row with us naturally facial and when we since we knit the sprout in turning rows when we will unfold then we sprout will consist of both facial and purl rows up accordingly and in this way it turns out that these are now turning points we will have accounted for facial and yes here we are right here and write
• 00:14:30: what is the front when side and here we will return every time on this sleeve on the purl near and in purlut to unfold so here we will have a purl side up on the purses pivots when we engage this whole here are these two parts back and sleeve we let's go face up here
• 00:15:00: right here to this point then purl here then we will take turns here is now this side yes here we have there will be the front side the front rows a here we will return inside out every 1 wrong side when use here this side we will go here a shelf and this we will have a facial options every time it will be facial the rows will in the facial unfold and
• 00:15:33: purl go over here then again front here purse here and we will have this one side of the purl rows consist this it is important because now on the diagram we will note our pivot point is important for us to know what ranks will they be with us For convenience, I have printed out four schemes for each part of our
• 00:16:06: raglan yes our flirt is my back I have this before the same schemes the only thing here is a sleeve one closer show one sleeve I have a scheme like usually yes and for the second sleeve I am this the scheme is just off the mirror and printed out this is necessary because we have the details of the sleeve
• 00:16:36: these are paired details and the pattern is symmetrical about sleeves harvested symmetric correctly looked relatively each other we need mirror this circuit and the second sleeve is already draw on the mirrored pattern and here's how once again in this diagram, I will show you she see mirrored here the numbers in back side and here here they are on on this sleeve, I will just now be with you
• 00:17:07: show how image there we will transfer the scheme here but I recommend printing for each part shemki it will be convenient and clear that we do next we need to determine Centre I already drew a report here line here it is the center between 36 and 37 rows since we have taken away 30 loops then from the center we must
• 00:17:38: count fifteen loops to the right and 15 left and just as well hold here here straight up to see where we are is ending pattern time two three 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14, 15 and even 15 here Now this segment is, we will
• 00:18:18: the base of our sleeve that is it we will be this part and if we put this one like this the pattern corresponds to this our base and turning points we are now will post here here here on the respective rows and
• 00:18:48: on the corresponding loops since here this is how we have identified with us wrong side to turning points will be located on the purl rows I decided that this mirror is in the hands I will be right this left here no difference and we will now transfer these are the points that concern our sleeves on the pattern scheme denote here the direction of knitting we
• 00:19:21: knit on top yes that is and we will go so here from here to here here in this direction and because the side purl the point we will arrange on purses here on empty cells on empty cells we will carry these here point look here this is our side facial
• 00:19:52: we got this one loop there go back on the wrong side go to the side sleeve loops and we need to knit here two loops and turn around a row we will have purl looking for 1 purl row which we have corresponds to which we are located on the scheme here we are from here we will come yes from the front here
• 00:20:26: from here and grab these two loops here we have a purse row from 1 count loop 1 2 all on this loop we turn around we wash here now put a point here it is turning. our will be 1 then we will go from here again on the front side we i am now
• 00:20:56: until we touch back and after that This reversal loop still 2 loops to us will need to tap show on pattern the first time we turned around went front near there on the back back from the back here it is us the turning loop will be here doubled up which i have is double loop noose as i will
• 00:21:28: knit shortened German way rows but anyway this is a landmark yes it would either have wrapped a looped loop with nakida and so on we will have it right above this loop here it is with us in the next row and from it we count two more after it 1 2 put a point here This is our 2 reversal. so we noted on further turned around
• 00:22:00: go back again face close and come back after here's the second reversal loop two more loops need to be used where we have them on the scheme here we are turned around went back to the front next to the back again come back again where we will have over here already reversal loop after it 2 more counting 1 2
• 00:22:34: we put one more point that is these here loops with knots we will located in the next purl immediately above this reversal row . which is logical but here we are still climbing row return 2 rows up to the next wrong and from this cell counting 2 more next again and we will go there front near back we will return it will be here
• 00:23:05: noose loop from it 12 more two more loops put an end and so on the cells according to this here's our scheme up according to how much each time after nodular loops we have to tap loops we celebrate count these loops here 4 twos then 3 4 and 5 so time two three four twos and then we will go three
• 00:23:39: loops so we turned around climbed a row above we go facial close by further back inside out turning we will have a loop right here up to 123 counted set turned around and left back on the back again from this loop 1 2 3 4 already loops according to pattern
• 00:24:10: then again we go up a row 12345 already here we have a point and You see, we have just one this one is a semicircle of our turning loops shortened rows and so here we are counting loops arrange them exactly by the same principle on all others parts on the shelf on the second sleeve on
• 00:24:42: back and here now show you what you need pay attention to what it looks like example back see how it looks loops on the back if you look at here this scheme we have back consists of two sides of the face and out of purse yes we are just as well we transfer it all to the pattern scheme that is, this part of us is purl rows
• 00:25:15: and here it is on the face you see this these are the points on this side I noted on the front rows here they are with cross and here is the side here purse began here 1 facial and here from the first purl row and just as well according to here With this scheme I have placed these
• 00:25:45: my future turning points see here is the form looms so we will be like u we will look like a recess on the back I laid out the patterns of patterns accordingly each part of the coquette is for visualization yes that is so here we are we will knit the sleeve to the direction knitting the back of the second sleeve and before here here and here you can see that
• 00:26:18: this oval appears here consisting of a groove in the back by front and sleeves on this with theoretical part we finish if you little understood it is ok now in practice, we all knit it and I think that all strange moments clear up these schemes better put here so here before you and be sure provyazyvaya next shortened series
• 00:26:49: mark knit loops and on this one pattern Komensky sprout and on the pattern scheme here these are the dots that we are with you arranged too to encircle confused and so I scored on the spokes lied on the needles 54 oh 154 forgive the loops and in the next row after dial-up number added I added 40 more loops evenly
• 00:27:20: in the third row then in the fourth then in third then in the fourth and so on as would be more or less evenly distributed these added loops then another 2 rows I just knitted a facial smooth at the same time placing markers agree This one is the scheme outlined raglans and lines and thus separating the parts of the coquette back before and sleeves and now we have with you go first row and here I want
• 00:27:54: note one nuance start knitting we will be middle we will have shelves here patient shelves marker beginning of a row here he and we are going to knit now scheme yes according to our scheme before here it is the center yes we have designated and then where we are now here is where we have a marker worth it this here this place that is
• 00:28:26: when we tie the neck here here is the part with which we are starting now it will be like a bottom of our neck here here we already have short rows let's get here like this shortened rows missing this here is a canvas and when are we now from here go to knit this way, behold in the first front row as you can see here
• 00:29:01: there is an overlap and those patterns manipulations that i need to perform Here is the scheme before the start of shortened rows I knit by drawing according to the scheme yes how she is then when I tie this piece I I'll just go to take the face since I have been here will short rows and no patterns I'll knit here until I will because I will go now to this
• 00:29:32: here to this part of the duck back and that's this one is this part of the flat which she has I will remain untouched therefore I am her now immediately knit and then in the last when I already use all these loop and will be coming back for connection in the circle of the facial near then I will tie This part is exactly the same as in the picture. so that I have it together here
• 00:30:02: pattern well this i'm looking for this you still see everything that is, now I need to knit 2 facial loops do the overlap three on one tilted to the left and on knit facial loops all the way up here This pivot point on the back to 1 our pivots friends in our amendment while you still have not tied first row yes here we have here Marker 1 row we will not this one
• 00:30:32: crossed it out and one facial row is higher that is from here we will start to knit and here we are now we knit not 2 facial and then overlap from 3 facial then overlap three on one with a slope to the left further about we will knit 4 facial and we will execute here this one is also overlapped here here we begin to knit facial not
• 00:31:02: from the moment when we have shortened rows already go and perform this one overlap then this and then let's go face loops know backrest loops ie first row on which he will close later knitting in a circle at the end we will have a number this 21 on this scheme with 21 rows we start knitting and as I said do one overlap and the other
• 00:31:34: overlap too and after already facial loops this i'm talking about after the fact new our amendment in advance so that you started the first row right yes that is this overlap too since we then come back rather when we will be the last facial row knit before locking in a circle with us will and this is a re-baptism and this and this will not work have we have to do it in advance so that
• 00:32:06: It was on this and the other side all symmetrically I didn’t see it so I apologize 2 facial knitted now overlap tilted to the left 3 loops rewrite leave before we work one and 3 extra needles I did so now I will increase
• 00:32:42: here they make increases here and here here after the increase I will need to knit one loop have loops back I'll knit these loops are all making gains by raglana and i need now from loops back to grab my first loop of my shortened rows here I I made a raise further
• 00:33:13: one loop and unfold knitting on seamy side necessarily note that I have knitted this loop alone on the diagram of the germ and note its on the scheme of my pattern Knit this is, you see a loop the back here is this loop here it is. I have me I circled her here until we have all the loops facial and
• 00:33:44: you see, though they are turning points on the overlap and but so far no I do not overlap until I have there will be enough free loops for doing this crosses so while on the back I'm don't bother just unwrap knitting and knitting with facial loops and so turn around to the wrong side and Now I will need to knit in
• 00:34:16: back side go on the loop of the sleeves and grab these two my first here loops on here right here on the sleeve on the diagram they are with us here here on the purse next to them means here at this point I need to be now turn around in numbers we are not we increase we do not do any elements of the pattern so we just
• 00:34:47: knit with purl loops in reverse side so raglan on and we knit the line further we do not forget that you made an increase here in the previous one in a row we just knit her goes with us on account of these loops and now we need to tie these here first
• 00:35:18: our two loops 12 so all the first two the loops we used from the loops of the sleeves marked them in the same pattern and on the other, too, they have circled here here we have it now we are again turn around and go back again and
• 00:35:50: after after this here double loops provyazyvaem another loop on which we turn around Do not forget that in the front rows in each facial row we perform increase by advertising lines so we reach to marker
• 00:36:20: make an increase before and after raglan the lines So made an addition go to our double loop here it is double and don't miss now we will only navigate
• 00:36:52: knit only by double loops a double and after we scheme more one loop must be knitted a we knit one loop and unfold Do not forget to note that we are tied the next one here on the germ diagram and here it is on the back of the scheme here it is we have this loop we all have it involved
• 00:37:25: come back now purl next we go here to the sleeve and provyazyvaem second here it is . we have 2 of two loops of the second group tying after turning loop knit with purl loops without thinking about anything we have here no gains no
• 00:37:55: patterns cry main line here it is with us already close for the previous turn a row here and on with a small knot we knit her and after it 2 more purl loops we are on the scheme 12 turned around and
• 00:38:29: noted that we knit right here second dvoechku on the sleeve here and it is also noted then there is what we have done with you now row we came back purse next to backs here it is we have a swivel loop
• 00:38:59: was before the previous one we knit and yet after her two loops now we are turned around near let's go back to the hinges back and look at us we are now turned and we have this here and this here turns our loop turn on which we will now remove it as if the scheme we participate baptism yes
• 00:39:29: in theory according to the scheme that is, we have here from 4 loops with a tilt to the left overlap and This loop seems to be getting into it. but no overlaps I'm doing here I will not part so there are two one is not retake this reversal loop on an additional knitting needle, that is, I understood that until I have enough amount within 1
• 00:40:02: a number of free loops to perform one or another overlap and no matter three by one or three by three I don't do it I'll explain later when we get there to purse rows that is, when I will have now here for example I will turn around and me here are two facial sweats crossing then still remain there
• 00:40:32: several loops here this overlap I I 'll do it if I have for him snap loops on the needle but not what overlap and where do i get this Lego reversal loop double loop I I do not do them then I will explain why you you are now turned around and let's go again on the backrest loops where we will need use the next one and in this row we also need to do
• 00:41:05: increase on advertising lines so knit just facial loops make an increase to 1 marker and after the second go to the loop back and wait for our double loop here and double
• 00:41:38: we also knit another loop which we put on the scheme after it knotted double and another loop so turn around and note that the next we have a loop on the scheme sprout and on the back of the scheme, too, we celebrate it here we have three edinichki
• 00:42:11: turn inside out and now again going to sleeve after double loops we will tie two more loops on sleeve in the purl row remove the first loop and knit with purl loops until we reach
• 00:42:42: up double loops regular on the sleeve we reach double we knit and yet two loops after it two are I turn around and mark on the diagram that I have knitted the next two loops and also celebrate them here here and so
• 00:43:14: Now we turned to go to the right side over here turned around and we now have 2 facial and is crossing with a slope to the left and we need to calculate whether we have enough loops to accomplish this crossing I by the way still Did not forget to say that the loop pattern which
• 00:43:44: I will be woven into the pattern I will be on one loop distance from raglan lines that is one loop which is here adjoins on both sides 1 loop raglan line I will not touch them I will not use them in any pattern that is, to perform the crossing in there must be enough of me to perform the most overlap and to at least one loop I remained
• 00:44:15: free about raglan line but I wanted it that way there will be more harmonious I I count how many loops I need now have to perform the overlap and that's where we turned around now and count 123456 another plus 1 loop so that is only 7 loops and i need now
• 00:44:47: have for this crossing not counting of course, this one is turning loops i will take it off now and consider it 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 more I will increase here that is, now I have enough for performing this crossing therefore I'll do it now in this series
• 00:45:17: here yes we turned go and now us 2 facial and three for one crossings tilt to the left and so the first loop I already took off farther 2 facial and overlap 3 loops before running 1 front 2 loops with auxiliary needles
• 00:45:50: and knit the remaining loops not forgetting to make an increase before raglan then after the raglan line go to backrest loop already and we have the scheme now
• 00:46:22: we must after turning loop already knit two loops they are one so where y here we have a loop with a bundle go face loops look at the backrest circuitry here we principle nothing in the pattern does not change there are facial loops here we are now stop to 2 loops right here with us there will be two more reversal on this level
• 00:46:53: loops knit here turn around here she previous loop before and after her 12 turned around inside out noted necessarily on the scheme that we have it already knit to not get confused so turn on the wrong side
• 00:47:26: side and go to the sleeve and knit one more twad Yes, according to the scheme we are supposed to our nodule loop is simple knotted with loops before turning hinges on the sleeve docked knit it and two more after
• 00:47:58: everyone turned knitting and marked on diagram of the germ that we have here this fourth dvoechka there on the scheme of the sleeves this here at this point we already oh so stick It is noted 4 here this dvoechka we already knit now we turned up
• 00:48:31: climbed a row higher on the front and let's go now on this row on the loop backs and here we need again define these overlap here Do we have enough loops for him run and so here is our reversal loop we do not consider it further 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 and another 10 loop we need for separation from raglan line yes here that
• 00:49:06: there are 10 loops we should have free unused to make us this re-baptism do we have them for knitting needles now i'm Immediately take off the turning loop on the pants and do not count and how much I have here 2 4 6 8 10 11 loops that is to me for crossing quite enough and look how much do I need now before the overlap
• 00:49:40: one two three 4 5 face loops and overlap tilted to the left i mean i see 5 facial now and performing crossing 123 45 it's the same thing we did before this three loops before work one knit 3
• 00:50:13: loops with extra knitting needles no further knit facial forgetting to do raglan line gain in each front row
• 00:50:43: until we knot the sprout we do increase in advertising lines have already passed on the backrest loops and now we need reaching up to double loops after her pro knit according to the scheme, we have three more yes that is we are going right here so close 123 here it is not necessary at this point
• 00:51:14: will turn around now knit we reach to double our loops so she after her one two three and turned around note that we already knit them on the same scheme on another and go to the sleeve here we have 3
• 00:51:46: the next loops will need use go now here 3 here we knit loops after double and turn around here this point reached before knot knotted and again 2 three loops all turned
• 00:52:17: marked the top three here and the point here right here we are now turned around and We look what awaits us in the next facial row here we do not consider this loop here facial facial and 2 overlap in a row we need to count can we make at least one these are two different
• 00:52:47: crossing one goes with a slope to the left 3 on 1 and following it comes with a slope right one by 3 and we need to count do we have enough loops to at least this one here to do and so we do not consider it to turn 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 more we should be there that is 14
• 00:53:17: loops we need to have now on spokes free except of course Now this here is our first reversal the loops we have with them and here count from raglan line 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 15 5 that is, we have even more accordingly this overlap we are now
• 00:53:50: must perform knit 9 facial 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 and perform our overlap the same as the previous front row we still have 2 facial here
• 00:54:20: increase that we do not forget everything knit on the hinges back we reach double our loops here it is monitor the circuit here we go now this here beside here here like you
• 00:54:54: can see is with double loop that's what i told you look we go overlap yes here in this series now and it would seem we loop enough for him to have to there is no reversal of these loops turn here only here before after this overlap but we unfolded near before and we
• 00:55:24: now here is a double loop that kind of gets over the loop Here is this overlap namely why I it now also ignore this is now I'll knit this item here just face loops and as usual I will go to pivot point here here here turn around because reversal dual these nodules loops i'm not in which patterns are also not in any I do not switch on crossings until I have them run through first I will knit just
• 00:55:56: front and then in the next row if there are not enough loops then I on free facial already done it bridging then there are these loops pivot I don't touch anywhere so now after double loops i need to knit yet four here it is 1234 knot I turn around and mark the four
• 00:56:32: here here here on this scheme note that here here I have already turned and now I'm going to the sleeve and there I also have 4 loop after double I go here to this point purse near They came here and the warriors give knit and four loop after the 2 3 4 so turned
• 00:57:04: noted here here that we are four loops next knit and on this the scheme also mark our point reversal yes here we are right here turned around climbed a row above this facial row here we see also turn as if right here in the middle of this
• 00:57:35: overlap and don't notice it go like usually face loops go here here we meet along the way 3-by-3 overhang with a left tilt to and we will now calculate the number of loops here in this row to raglan line enough for us to perform or not from 1920 and another one should be 21 it's free there and we all have 20 here
• 00:58:09: loops and here we go now when with the facial near we still here there will be an increase it will be this 21 noose appear that is, we have loops for committing this overlap here just enough 13 14 series so it is with us we will make an increase and let's go knit further to the back stitches and
• 00:58:42: now here we are in this row we are going over here too 3 by 3 as you can see yes along the way but we are past the front row stopped here here turned around and we have this the overlap falls our turn loop that is we him too now ignore and knit just facial loops here at this point and parallel to us
• 00:59:13: you need to consider that we have here here increases are made up in the front rows and it is possible that one of these overlaps we will fall out here is what loops are enough for us we also need to calculate it now that is, we have a reversal loop now is here here in this case and how much of it here loops up here This transition is so much 18 loops
• 00:59:45: so we just knit with facial loops we reach double peaks and after it we knit 6 more facial loops and barreled 123456 all noted 6 loops here and the point at which we come here here on the pattern
• 01:00:19: everything on our backs is all our turning points involved see us you didn't even fall into any pattern what an overlap and now we will return wrong side near we have left here one more pyaterochka not involved yes that is, on the sleeve with us we need one more time come back here here at this point see what patterns we have here fall on the front row and after this when we face next to the next
• 01:00:52: come back here we already have a look here already we have to do these are our first overlaps and that if we get back loop and so we are now turned to the wrong side a series of knit purl loops to turning loop of our sleeves and grab the remaining five loops here reached the knot after him one two three 4 5 purl and turned on the front
• 01:01:33: side so here these here are our 5 last five loops sleeves we involved note this and on pattern scheme too here we are right here we are completed short rows here for this parts of the back and on our left or right who is looking there to watch and so
• 01:02:04: here we are now we turned now we are here right here in the front row and immediately after that here are our turning loop which we are now take off we have two crossings in a row one tilted to the right and immediately behind it three on one with a tilt to the left we are now remove this loop and execute these Here are 2 overlap and in a row and so the first
• 01:02:36: loop we take off and do overlap so probably without additional needles it will now perform we leave one loop at work 3 loops knotted facial and then here knit this loop face
• 01:03:13: left at work and right there tilt to the left or 1 further after this crossing to the next until the next two overlaps we need calculate how much we have 5 8 9 10 and again 2 overlaps rite 7 8 9 10
• 01:03:43: and we need two overlaps eight loops + 9 which is adjacent to raglan we have 2468 just 9 this we will have an increase that is, we and the second two, too, just as we can now execute after this perform increment in front of raglan line
• 01:04:17: knit raglan after also increase and go to the loop backs you see that we already It turns out well, here are our crosses you see you can see that from here drawing begins see what we have with the back and so we left purl next now we will go facial next
• 01:04:51: here these here are 2 overlaps we exactly do it because we have here there is for loop that is this here previous loop with us is here right here that we loose facial loops but we need count maybe we and this overlap too we will be able to loop on In this case , we are here in in this line we will go now and counting how many loops needed
• 01:05:21: here to perform this one look over one more loop we stayed here free to me we need 26 loops do i have enough of them here from raglan the lines to the turning loop I have them only 25 i.e. one loop is missing which means that this overlap I I will not do this one here and already I'll come here to these two and I need knit up to them 14 loops and execute
• 01:05:55: the same overlap exactly the same with tilt to the right and immediately behind them with tilt to the left how we performed just on the sleeve I am counting out tying up 14 loops or rather I perform 2 overlap and in a row I completed two crosses and now I need to continue the facial row knit the remaining back stitches and come right here to this point and already
• 01:06:28: I'll start using these two here we and parties and what's on the diagram yes see we have now done these here 2 overlap a and this one here we are now about knit on pattern exactly until until we start here here shortened rows next we will go just facial loops ignoring this here all that is now we have done these two crossings we then knit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
• 01:07:00: 10 facial again two same crossings and we do everything here already we remain face loops we knit knit knit knit reach snowstorm sleeves yes here we are now we are knitting will engage here it is these two loops we will have the opposite scheme sleeves here we have them here already sleeve we will have on the front rows
• 01:07:34: part this part of the back on back that is to the back we will be come back now on the other hand grab these loops now purl and here see how just what I told you about earlier these are the pivot points and crossbreeding if here we have double loop could fall on overlap and we still like it could retrain for an additional knitting needle and
• 01:08:05: cross with subsequent loops then here if you look at symmetry here when we have to double loop on the crossings we're on she must turn around and go to another aside and with all we wish we won't overlap here since let's go the other way on her yes that is how do we sort of lag a little with patterned purl ranks if we are here did the re-baptism to retake on
• 01:08:36: an extra knitting needle here these are ours double loops then we could so but do we have here was crossover and here on symmetric plot would not be but because we physically couldn't do it at the same level and to avoid this asymmetries we do not include these points we don't touch them only after knit this double loop here when we have where we need to do overlap there are no doubles not pivot loops only then we have it
• 01:09:08: perform if not enough to do two in a row we make one important not to confuse this here one overlap on 3 for 3 and here it is two overlap and near three for one yes that is we can divide them and make either 1 either we cannot separate this one and accordingly, we perform it only when we have enough loops here we performed baptism first baptism on back we only had this one
• 01:09:39: water, that is, these are all we ignored which were before him therefore for symmetry here on this segment 1 the overlap that we will do here this symmetrical to symmetrical here it is here we just knit purlous rows about nothing not bothering and only after the last one turning point when facial near we will leave here on the loop shelves we will perform this one here
• 01:10:10: overlap in the face and here you need take into account these additional ones the loops we make increases in ragl lines so you can mark for myself on the diagram i just too long scheme at all costs because what I show it to you I did not become here still glue print i just it is more convenient for me to count the number of loops not enough or not enough to from double loops before performing the overlap
• 01:10:40: and you can just say that you how many loops have you added to for clarity so that you can see you have enough loop here or not one is closer to raglan let's make the pattern all by yourself I showed you the main points further do exactly the same same way we just have it as if mirror here we will have facial rows
• 01:11:10: fall on the sleeve and purl vice versa, the principle is the same here the same principle is up if it does not fall on the overlap any pivot loops and if on telly grabs we do it here we we start already here we did on this sleeve right here right after the third point 1 overlap yes and here also exactly See to be symmetrical here there are already we will do look shorter
• 01:11:42: speaking on the main figure amd be guided by these major principle when we use this one side we will go on the shelf hinges and will you also be turning rows facial purl facial and purl use alternately these all points of which will be 10 on one and other side to mark them on the diagram pattern for the front for one and another
• 01:12:12: parties and meet you already then when we knit this one's face our last row for connecting knit round when grab all the points already let's go right here we will have a facial row to go by this side and then we are with you again will meet and so i have untied everything shortened rows laid by me according to the scheme
• 01:12:43: made pivots on the sleeves on back on the front of all the turns I have fulfilled the necessary last the last but one number was wrong I came here to this point unfolded and now untied from this points front row according to the scheme yes we have put us here on the circuit diagram are
• 01:13:13: matches on both the front and on sleeves and on the back ie if we see that we knit let's say there 19 row we will knit 19 on the sleeve and that same 19 we will be on the back further on turn the shelf on the second sleeve and on the shelf that is all the patterns up the order the rows we have coincide and so have
• 01:13:47: drawing us when we will join in a circle now with us connect the scheme together and you will be knit in a circle with our gains knit yoke on like a circular scheme let's say so note that on throughout the formation of the neck we we increase the advertising lines according to its rhythm about which
• 01:14:19: you have been read in advance that is you can do in every second row can in every third in every fourth it depends on what widths you need the back of the sleeves shelf and so then tried may be on the sleeves separate shelves another regardless of This those gains that you do you weave them in a pattern according to the pattern in the same way you see what you have
• 01:14:51: goes further according to the scheme added loop look it is placed in the pattern or not if so then you do overlap if nobody You do not do that is on the same thing principle, we all use these gains in our pattern I have here here It turned out such a track which adjacent to the raglan line do not know as far as she was here need anyway loops i have for
• 01:15:22: it was enough for doing here of these overlaps and most likely if I would not do it here it would be too much space and would be formed so that's the emptiness that's well not some you know if you don't think you can don't make these overlap but here as if It turned out like a double advertising line and I think it is not so critical is the most important thing that's all
• 01:15:54: looks symmetrical here is not very well, I got a number of loops How on at the base of the sleeve if they were a little less then this and this overlap but would not have been here and diamonds would just go to the advertising line as it turned out it turned out nothing in this absolutely not terrible and so now we you will be as I promised Closing knitting in a circle I already knitted after the last pivot point
• 01:16:26: the front row in a circle came here with me marker beginning of a row yes here here now we will scheme to connect in a circle here I have three the main line on the shelf then this is the front part so as we remember right here i'm already completed one re-knitting by patterns look at the scheme remember yes what we have we we start not from this series began and
• 01:16:56: now we will connect but on this row here we have it 21 number look at us here is a re-baptism they are tilted to the left 4 facial tilt right 6 facial tilt to the left and so on so i did intersection with a slope to the right further in
• 01:17:27: I have 6 facial loops 2 3 4 5 6 do cross-breeding tilted to the left further 4 facial loops crossing right
• 01:18:02: then again 6 facial three four five six all according to the scheme on now left again see got into overlapping crossing this here I need a double loop now here are my three loops retake before work and here I am no longer
• 01:18:34: ignore this overlap since u my shortened ranks are over so I calmly now peres him on an additional knitting needle and knit it in within this re-baptism nothing here I’m not afraid of anything terrible calmly do overlap with this one my double I pull it all with a loop
• 01:19:04: I can not see so you overlap To the left, I have 4 faces according to scheme 1 2 3 4 crossings to the right and 3 facial ones
• 01:19:34: will remain until the marker we still have to knit 3 facial loops and here we have it all the beginning a series, that is, we started with this drawing and Now as you closed and the same pattern that is, we have the beginning of a number located within this one tracks that is, we started from here
• 01:20:05: here along this line and came here and closed everything we have here this pattern coincided right here we are now this our bottom is our flat part neck and what are we doing right here we are come to the marker go to the next row he is like a purse but because we are now knitting into a circle
• 01:20:35: We will knit only the front rows of the Now these empty cells here is a series of which are knitted by drawing face loops instead of purl all we closed the knitting further after the marker already knit according to the scheme of our rhombuses see everything here we all matched everything according to the scheme re-drawing the whole thing like this
• 01:21:07: looks see the height of the picture different as we have neck up here we got this part shortened in rows here we have diamonds on the sleeves here were here were shortened rows see here the picture is higher here it is shorter this is the back on the back here is special
• 01:21:43: differences in the height of the picture is not because here we do not have here in these overlaps we did not have enough eyelets for them like this it looks here it is deepening by the back of what we got is the second Sleeve and on the shelf of course still especially nothing is visible but already something
• 01:22:14: peeps see here is our line neck here it is Here we have a combination of pattern that's what a diamond looks like in front here I will have a guitar dexterously it all closes naturally here about here here there will be boundaries Petrovka
• 01:22:45: as you can see nothing beyond complicated here nothing really tricky just need a little care a little bit of perseverance to trace never miss anything tracks everything according to the schemes the worst is conditional scary it sit down calculate raglan and
• 01:23:15: note but how to do this one layouts on the schemes all the rest already therefore it is completely easy i told you everything how to do it Now again summarizing what points need to be considered when mapping and practice yes already when knitting according to the pattern
• 01:23:45: the first thing to remember is that both our sleeves should be should mirror each other that is scheme one sleeves we have ordinary circuit diagram 2 mirroring and print out the second overlap and these here are the crosses to which he is found on the way we only do
• 01:24:15: then when we have enough free loops to do this crossbreeding and not taking overlap here these are here reversal loops if we if we have a double loop here along the way meet and even more so if we turn around dan moment on this loop in no overlap and here these loop here not only enter when we knit them and Further in the next row we do crossing on just on the face
• 01:24:47: loops the next thing you need what about what need to say this is what's here that row to which we have the most the first one is like this part flat which is untouched shortened in rows we must have it pattern
• 01:25:17: until the start of shortened rows to you crossbreeding us here meet on the way we knit here here the beginning must dot the then determine which row we have will be the first and how close we are here here what we will come to what row we will have closures in a circle and here starting from this row do all the necessary manipulations which we have on the chart and on
• 01:25:47: continue to knit shortened rows what else you need to remember is that we have shortened rows front side and on the wrong side and respectively, the pivot point we must do on the relevant part either on front or back and not forget that here here is this back part we knit unfolding in front row turning to purl a this part we should already mark on
• 01:26:18: purl ranks because we will turn around from the wrong side to the front side and here it is also taken into account and don't forget about it and both sleeves on accordingly, one will account for pivots on the front side and the other we have already noted on the wrong side yes that and mirror on the contrary, perhaps this is all I wanted share with you about this topic
• 01:26:48: in the slab does not and sprout patterns with a recess front and back I hope this video was for you useful if this is so do not forget save it to your playlist and hold it up and not be afraid to experiment in this nothing scary and super complicated no you can in the end just loop in loop tie me up by my video is therefore better of course to
• 01:27:21: you somehow learned it all count and in principle can guided by this method take any almost a scheme I think and just as well adjust this sprout under her principle here is clear as day that is we are just following the pattern unfold not we conclude well, some loops that's all
• 01:27:51: there is nothing super mega complicated so I wish you knit with I wish you all pleasure turned out and be sure to share your work in instagram mark me to me it will be very interesting to see what you do it and I will be with you say goodbye to all good mood and bye everyone