It's not as complicated as it looks! The Zackenpulli in the spring color pastel blue is knitted quickly and a real eye-catcher: light blue and silver-gray glossy viscose shares in the wool set shimmering accents.
Pincushion in light blue-gray
From: Sabrina - the knitting journal, published monthly in the OZ publishing house
Size: 34/36 (40/42) 46/48
Material: 450 (550) 650 g light blue-gray cotton blended yarn (LL approx. 80 m / 50 g) as well as 100 (100) 150 g silver and 50 (100) 100 g blue viscose blended yarn (LL approx. 50 g). 1 pair of PRYM quick-knit N Nos. 4 and 5 and 1 PRYM circular knit N No. 4, 5.$config[ads_text] not found
Attention: yarn in light blue-gray always with N Nr 5 and yarn in silver as well as blue always with N Nr 4 arb.
Serrated pattern A in light blue-gray: M-number divisible by 18 + 1 + 2 Rdm. Each R begins and ends with 1 Rdm. Front: * 1 st, from the transverse thread 1 sts outstretched, 7 sts, 3 sts covered (= 2 sts in stock, 1 st in stock, then pull off the sts in stock), 7 sts in stock Cross thread 1 st, remove from * always wdh, finish with 1 st; Back: all M li str.
Serrated pattern B in silver or blue: Same as serrated pattern A, but in the back all sts.
Pattern and stripe sequence : 24 R Pz pattern A, 4 R Pz pattern B in silver, 12 R Pz pattern A, 4 R Pz pattern B in silver, 10 R Pz pattern A, 4 R Pz pattern B in silver, 8 R Pz pattern A, 4 R Pz pattern B in silver, 6 R serrated pattern A, 4 R serrated pattern B in silver (= 80 R lower area), * 4 R serrated pattern A, 4 R serrated pattern B in silver, from * 1 wdh, * 4 R serrated pattern A, 4 R serrated pattern B in blue, from * still 2 x wdh (= 40 R middle range), 6 R serrated pattern A, 4 R pink pattern B, 8 R pink pattern A, 4 R pink pattern B in blue, 16 (24) 32 R pink pattern A (= 38 (46) 54 R upper range) = 158 (166) 174 R insg.
Mesh sample on average:22 M and 25 R = 10 x 10 cm or 24.5 M and 26.5 R = 10 x 10 cm. Note: The 1st stitch test is for the lower part of the sweater, the 2nd stitch for the upper part of the sweater and the second one for the upper part of the sweater. Due to the different N-strengths and the pattern of the pattern results in a slight X-line, which is taken into account on average by the mesh samples.
Back part: 93 (111) 129 sts with N No. 5 in light blue-gray and for the front panel 1 cm = 1 st in front, 1 back in sts and 1 back in sts. Then continue the pattern and stripe sequence, paying attention to the N change. For the armholes after 41 cm = 104 R cast off at both ends 1 x 3 sts, then dec 1 st at each 2nd round 6 times = 75 (93) 111 sts. For the neckline cut to 59 cm = 150 R (62 cm = 158 R) 65 cm = 166 R ab Close the middle 43 (47) 51 st and finish both sides separately. The restl each 16 (23) 30 shoulder-M to 62 cm = 158 R (65 cm = 166 R) 68cm = 174 R abk.
Front part: The same, but for the deeper neckline already after 57.5 cm = 146 R (60.5 cm = 154 R) 63.5 cm = 162 R from the aperture shut down the middle 43 (47) 51 sts.
Sleeve: 57 (65) 75 sts with N No. 5 in light blue - gray attach and the trim as on the back arb. Then continue the pattern and stripe sequence, dividing the pattern from the middle for the second size. For the sleeve slants after 32 cm = 80 R from front both sides 1 x 1, then 4 times in every 4th R (7 x down in every 2nd and 4th R) 9 x in every 2nd R every 1 M according to pattern = 67 (81) 95 sts. For the arm ball, cast off 41 cm = 104 sts from sts on both sts 1 x 3 sts, then in each 2nd round 18 (19) 20 x each 1, 1 (2) 3 x 2 and 1 sts each x 3 sts. Finish the pattern and stripe sequence with 4 (8) 12 R in light blue-gray. After 57.5 cm = 146 R (59 cm = 150 R) 60.5 cm = 154 R abc the restl 15 (23) 31 sts.
Completion: Close shoulder seams. With the circular knit N, pick up the sts from the front and back, put them in light blue-gray and take 15 sts from the neckline over all 124 (132) 140 sts 2 rounds, then cast off all sts. Insert sleeves, close side and sleeve seams.
Have fun while knitting!
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