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Pullover in Lace Pattern

Published: 20/04/16
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Pullover in Lace Pattern

PulloverSizes: 18/20 (US 16/18)

Yarn: 500 g (50% Wool, 50% Acrylic, approx 250 m per 100 g ball); one pair quick knit needles size 3 mm (US 2,5)and crochet hook size 2 mm (US B). 

Garter stitch: Knit on RS and WS rows.

Herringbone Pattern: 

Work according to chart 1. Only RS rows are shown.

On WS rows, work all sts and yos P.

Repeat Rows 1 - 4 throughout.

Lace Pattern: 

Work according to chart 2. Only RS rows are shown.

On WS rows, work all sts and yos P.

Work rows 1 - 76 once.

Gauge over lace pattern: 24 sts and 29 rows = 10 x 10 cm.

Back: 

Cast on 120 sts and work 2 rows in garter st.  

Cont in Lace Patt for 78 rows, then work in Herringbone Pattern for 88 rows.  

Neckline Shaping: In Row 167 from beg, bind off center 40 sts and complete both sides separately.

In Row 175 from beg, bind off all sts.

Front: Work same as back. 

Neckline Shaping: In Row 139 from beg, bind off center 40 sts and complete both sides separately.

In Row 175 from beg, bind off all sts.

Sleeves: 

Cast on 80 sts and work 2 rows in garter st.  

Cont in Lace Patt for 22 rows, then work in Herringbone Pattern for 22 rows.  

In Row 47 from beg, bind off all sts.

Finishing:

Sew shoulder seams. Sew in sleeves, join side and sleeve seams.

With RS facing and crochet hook, work evenly around neck edge as foll: 

Rnd 1 - 3: single crochet (sc); 

Rnd 4: * 3 dc (double crochet) in next sc, 3 sc in each of next 3 sc, rep from *. 

Join every row with sl st (slip stitch) to first st.

pullover chart

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