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YARN: Cellini Laines Du Nord 2 balls of color 5 SIZES: ONE NEEDLE NEEDLES: Circular needles with 6 mm points. 80 ACCESSORIES cable: an auxiliary iron for braids, a wool needle to hide the tails, stitch markers, extra wool thread of a different color to put the stitches on hold. TENSION: 15m x 18f (cm 10 x 10) worked in stockinette stitch with needles 6

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ABBREVIATIONS

m = stitch (e);
MP = point mark;
pMP = pass MP
LD = right side of the work
LR = wrong side of the piece
dr = straight;
r = reverse;
viv = edge;
2ins = 2 sts together knit
3ins = 3 sts together knit
acc = simple overlap: slip a stitch without knitting it, 1 dr, overlap the passed stitch over that worked.
get = one toss
rip ** =
repeat from * to *
dir: right; reverse: reverse; gett: thrown; ppd: knit 2 stitches twisted together; 2mdir: knit 2 stitches together; m: sweaters; rit: ritorto.DL: work right; RL: wrong side; mp: point mark; lav: to work, rip: to repeat

NOTES

It is a sweater, warm and quick to make. You will need 2 balls of Cellini -Laines Du Nord, the yarn is used double, the front and back are worked separately, then the shoulders and sides are sewn, leaving space for the sleeves which will be worked in the round by picking up the stitches. . It has an abundant fit., For this reason the model is proposed in one size. The shirt in the photo has a circumference of 116 cm with a comfort of 30 cm and is 50 cm long

INSTRUCTIONS

It is a sweater, warm and quick to make. You will need 2 balls of Cellini -Laines Du Nord, the yarn is used double, the front and back are worked separately, then the shoulders and sides are sewn, leaving space for the sleeves which will be worked in the round by picking up the stitches. . It has a generous fit., For this reason the model is proposed in one size. The shirt in the photo has a circumference of 116 cm with a comfort of 30 cm and is 50 cm long. Needed: YARN: Cellini Laines Du Nord 2 balls of color 5 SIZES: ONE NEEDLE NEEDLES: Circular needles with 6 mm points. 80 ACCESSORIES cable: an auxiliary iron for braids, a wool needle to hide the tails, stitch markers, extra wool thread of a different color to put the stitches on hold. TENSION: 15m x 18f (cm 10 x 10) worked in stockinette stitch with 6 needles ABBREVIATIONS: k: straight; reverse: reverse; gett: thrown; ppd: knit 2 stitches twisted together; 2mdir: knit 2 stitches together; m: sweaters; rit: ritorto.DL: work right; RL: wrong side; mp: point mark; wash: work, rip: repeat TECHNIQUES USED: Stockinette Stitch: knit from right side and purl from wrong side Crossover to left: put 4 stitches on hold in front, K 1 st, P 2, and 1 but dir.rit. Then work the open sts the same way. Right crossing: Put 4 stitches on the back, K 1 rh, P 2, and K 1 rh. Then work the open sts the same way. START: BEHIND You work from bottom to top, use 2 balls of Cellini and use the double yarn starting both balls either from the center or from the outside. Cast on 88 sts and work as follows: F1 (DL): K F2 (RL): K F3-4: stocking st F5-8: P Continue by working 93 rows in stockinette stitch and loosely close the stitches. FRONT It is worked from top to bottom, continue using the yarn interrupted for the back, in order to have continuity in the nuance. Cast on 88 sts and continue as follows: Setting row (DL) 30 k, put mp, 28 k, put mp, 30 k Work a row in P by working the sts as they appear. On the next row, you will find yourself on the DL, work in this way: before and after the mp in stockinette stitch, inside the mp, braid stitch (see diagram). In the even rows of the braid work the sts as they appear, working in P. rit. P sts and P YOs. The braid is spread over 12 rows. Work needles 1 to 12 7 times.

Work needles 1 to 10 for 1 time. Start again with the iron count. F1 (DL): p F2 (RL): dir F3: p F4: p F5: dir F6: dir F7: dir F8: close on the p of the piece by K. BRAID STITCH F1: 2mdir, gett, 4rov, 1dir rit, * 2rov, 2dir rit *, rip 3 times in total, 2rov, 1dir rit, 4rov, gett, ppd. R 2 and even rows: Work sts as they appear, P twisted sts twisted and P sts. F3: as F1 F5: as F1 F7: 2mdir, throw, 4 pur, incr. left, right incr, 4rov, gett, ppd. F9: like F1 F11: like F1 WE JOIN THE FRONT AND THE BACK At this point we can proceed to join the two parts. Sew the shoulders together leaving approx. 30 cm of opening for the neck and the two sides leaving approx. 14 cm of opening for the sleeves. Note that the sleeves are deliberately narrow, if you want wider sleeves, provide for a larger opening. SLEEVES Worked in the round. Divide the leftover yarn into 2 equal balls, you will use one per sleeve. With the DL towards you pick up and work 2 sts every 3 rows (about 40 sts) Join in the round and K for about 6 cm. (about 13 rounds) K 13 rounds, K 2, K up to 3 sts before MP, ppd, K 1 Continue by K 13 rounds and one round of dec 2 more times. You will have performed 3 rounds of decreases in total, softly close the sts immediately after performing the last round of decrease


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MATERIAL

YARN: Cellini Laines Du Nord 2 balls of color 5 SIZES: ONE NEEDLE NEEDLES: Circular needles with 6 mm points. 80 ACCESSORIES cable: an auxiliary iron for braids, a wool needle to hide the tails, stitch markers, extra wool thread of a different color to put the stitches on hold. TENSION: 15m x 18f (cm 10 x 10) worked in stockinette stitch with needles 6

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ABBREVIATIONS

m = stitch (e);
MP = point mark;
pMP = pass MP
LD = right side of the work
LR = wrong side of the piece
dr = straight;
r = reverse;
viv = edge;
2ins = 2 sts together knit
3ins = 3 sts together knit
acc = simple overlap: slip a stitch without knitting it, 1 dr, overlap the passed stitch over that worked.
get = one toss
rip ** =
repeat from * to *
dir: right; reverse: reverse; gett: thrown; ppd: knit 2 stitches twisted together; 2mdir: knit 2 stitches together; m: sweaters; rit: ritorto.DL: work right; RL: wrong side; mp: point mark; lav: to work, rip: to repeat

NOTES

It is a sweater, warm and quick to make. You will need 2 balls of Cellini -Laines Du Nord, the yarn is used double, the front and back are worked separately, then the shoulders and sides are sewn, leaving space for the sleeves which will be worked in the round by picking up the stitches. . It has an abundant fit., For this reason the model is proposed in one size. The shirt in the photo has a circumference of 116 cm with a comfort of 30 cm and is 50 cm long

INSTRUCTIONS

It is a sweater, warm and quick to make. You will need 2 balls of Cellini -Laines Du Nord, the yarn is used double, the front and back are worked separately, then the shoulders and sides are sewn, leaving space for the sleeves which will be worked in the round by picking up the stitches. . It has a generous fit., For this reason the model is proposed in one size. The shirt in the photo has a circumference of 116 cm with a comfort of 30 cm and is 50 cm long. Needed: YARN: Cellini Laines Du Nord 2 balls of color 5 SIZES: ONE NEEDLE NEEDLES: Circular needles with 6 mm points. 80 ACCESSORIES cable: an auxiliary iron for braids, a wool needle to hide the tails, stitch markers, extra wool thread of a different color to put the stitches on hold. TENSION: 15m x 18f (cm 10 x 10) worked in stockinette stitch with 6 needles ABBREVIATIONS: k: straight; reverse: reverse; gett: thrown; ppd: knit 2 stitches twisted together; 2mdir: knit 2 stitches together; m: sweaters; rit: ritorto.DL: work right; RL: wrong side; mp: point mark; wash: work, rip: repeat TECHNIQUES USED: Stockinette Stitch: knit from right side and purl from wrong side Crossover to left: put 4 stitches on hold in front, K 1 st, P 2, and 1 but dir.rit. Then work the open sts the same way. Right crossing: Put 4 stitches on the back, K 1 rh, P 2, and K 1 rh. Then work the open sts the same way. START: BEHIND You work from bottom to top, use 2 balls of Cellini and use the double yarn starting both balls either from the center or from the outside. Cast on 88 sts and work as follows: F1 (DL): K F2 (RL): K F3-4: stocking st F5-8: P Continue by working 93 rows in stockinette stitch and loosely close the stitches. FRONT It is worked from top to bottom, continue using the yarn interrupted for the back, in order to have continuity in the nuance. Cast on 88 sts and continue as follows: Setting row (DL) 30 k, put mp, 28 k, put mp, 30 k Work a row in P by working the sts as they appear. On the next row, you will find yourself on the DL, work in this way: before and after the mp in stockinette stitch, inside the mp, braid stitch (see diagram). In the even rows of the braid work the sts as they appear, working in P. rit. P sts and P YOs. The braid is spread over 12 rows. Work needles 1 to 12 7 times.

Work needles 1 to 10 for 1 time. Start again with the iron count. F1 (DL): p F2 (RL): dir F3: p F4: p F5: dir F6: dir F7: dir F8: close on the p of the piece by K. BRAID STITCH F1: 2mdir, gett, 4rov, 1dir rit, * 2rov, 2dir rit *, rip 3 times in total, 2rov, 1dir rit, 4rov, gett, ppd. R 2 and even rows: Work sts as they appear, P twisted sts twisted and P sts. F3: as F1 F5: as F1 F7: 2mdir, throw, 4 pur, incr. left, right incr, 4rov, gett, ppd. F9: like F1 F11: like F1 WE JOIN THE FRONT AND THE BACK At this point we can proceed to join the two parts. Sew the shoulders together leaving approx. 30 cm of opening for the neck and the two sides leaving approx. 14 cm of opening for the sleeves. Note that the sleeves are deliberately narrow, if you want wider sleeves, provide for a larger opening. SLEEVES Worked in the round. Divide the leftover yarn into 2 equal balls, you will use one per sleeve. With the DL towards you pick up and work 2 sts every 3 rows (about 40 sts) Join in the round and K for about 6 cm. (about 13 rounds) K 13 rounds, K 2, K up to 3 sts before MP, ppd, K 1 Continue by K 13 rounds and one round of dec 2 more times. You will have performed 3 rounds of decreases in total, softly close the sts immediately after performing the last round of decrease


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