- The big knick-special in the Tina
- Knitting instructions for the hooded jacket
The big knick-special in the Tina
This beautiful hooded jacket is perfect for putting on cold days or cuddling on the sofa. So the knitting needle, get set, go!
The abbreviations at a glance:
- right: right
- Left: Left
- Round: round
- str .: knit
- MS: pattern set
- M .: mesh
- Nd: needle
- initially: increase
- U .: envelope
- bind off: bind off
- LL .: run length
- continued: continuous
- R .: row
- initially: increase
- Rdm .: edge stitch
- decrease: decrease
- over / under: cover
- Connection: stop
- knl .: ball
- N .: Needle
- U: envelope
- Lm .: air mesh
The information for the Gr. 44 are in parentheses, without brackets the information for all sizes apply.
- Lana Grossa Royal Tweed (100% virgin wool Merinofine), running length 100 m / 50 g), 750 (800) g in light green (Fb. 52)
- Lana Grossa Merino Air (90% wool, 10% polyamide, length 130 m / 50 g), 50 (50) g in emerald (Fb. 14)
- Knitting needles No. 4; 7 buttons with Ø 20 mm
Knitting instructions for the hooded jacket
Ladies Hooded Jacket in Gr. 40 and 44
Kraus, all sts in row.
Kraus re, in the HinR: * 3 M in light green mottled, 1 M in emerald, from now on wdhl. In the backR the colors str as they appear.
M mottled in light green, then knitted on: 1. Back in mottled light green, 2 R in emerald, 2 R light green mottled, 2 R knit pattern.
Kraus re knitted with needles no. 4, making 17 M and 40 R 10 x 10 cm square.
Mixed with light green 91 (99) M and the first 7 R of the sample edge arb. Continue crumpling in light green, but in the 18th row add 1 st = 93 (101) sts. After a total of 40 cm from the st. = 160 rows for the armholes 1x 4 sts, continue in each 2nd row 1x 3 M, 1x 2 sts and 1x 1 sts off, after 18 rows 1x 1 cm abk = 71 (79) sts. After 19 (20) cm total height from armhole = 76 (80) R both for shoulders 8 sts and every 2 sts Cast off R 1x 8 (9) M and 1x 6 (9) sts. Throw off the remaining 27 sts (2x): Cast on 19 ems in emerald and knit 30 rows garter st, then knit sts.
Mix with light green melange 54 (58) M and the first 7 R of the pattern edging. Continue to garter in light green melstr, after 58 R for the pocket in the back, after 20 (24) M * 1 M emerald, 3 M light green, off 4xGars, 1 M emerald, then continue in light green. In the following reverse the colors of the sts as they shed. Next 2 R in light green melange, in the following HinR after 19 (23) M in light green melange, 19 M emerald, the remaining stitches in light green melange.
In the back the sts in the colors str, how they shed. Now another 2 R in light green melange, in the next R the 19 M of the bag abk. In the rear row take the stowed sts of the pocket bag instead of the stiched sts. At the same time for the side st in the 80th and 100th rows at the right edge add 1 st = 56 (60) sts Armhole 1x 4 sts, continue in every other row 2x 3 sts, 1x 2 sts and 1x 1 st in the 6 rows once = 1 st = 42 (46) sts.
For the neckline after a total of 56 (57) cm from the end stop 224 (228) R at the left edge shut down 1x 9 sts, continue to sts in every other row 1x 4 sts, 1x 3 sts, 1x 2 sts and 2x 1 sts Always do the work with an envelope. In 64 cm total height from stop = 256 R for the shoulder 8 M and in every 2nd R 1x 8 (9) M and 1x 6 (9) M abk.
Right front part
As the left front part, but the same with buttonholes str. On the 1st row in light green, after the knitting pattern, knit 1 edge st, 1 st, 3 sts, the other sts. In the RückR, replace the chained M 3 M with another 6 buttonholes after every 28 R. Arm and neckline and the shoulder as in the left front opposite arb.
Blend with light green 45 (49) M and the 7 R of the pattern edge arb. Continue in light green mel, taking 11x both sideways slants in every 18th row = 1 st = 67 (71) sts. After 200 rows cast off for arm ball at 3 sts, continue in each 2nd row 1x 2 sts, 1x 1 st, in every 4th row 4x1 sts, every other row R 12x 1 st, 1x 2 sts, 1x 3 sts, and the remaining 13 (17) sts.
Close the shoulder seams. From the cut-out edge between the stoppage M from the right side of the piece of knitwear, take out 52 sts and slide the stoppers M of the front neckline edge on both sides on the needle = 92 sts. 3 sts, then on both sides in shortened row:
* Work 10 sts, 1 turn, reverse, 1 st all the other sts to the opposite end of the needle (compress the briefs with the following stitch), here 1 short R over 10 sts, turn back, R back, 1 row over all sts, from * repeat the shortened R at 15 and 18 sts. Then knit every M 25 cm = 100 R (counted from the back center), then divide the hood = 46 stitches per half, from now on continue the halves separately.
At the back center of the hood: 1x 1 st, in each 2nd row 4x1 sts, 1x 2 sts, 1x 4 sts and 1x 8 sts at the same time as the last two declines at the front edge 1x 10 sts and 1x 4 sts Cast off the remaining sts on the next row. The second half work the same.
Close the seam of the hood. From the front edges of the front parts and from the hood edge M in mottled light green, (17 M / 10 cm). The reverse side in light green melange, then 2 R emerald, 2 R light green mottled and in the next R the M abk. Sew on the pocket bag edges from the inside. For the side slits on the front part, grasp 21 sts and knit in the color sequence of the front edge, pick up 20 sts on the back piece. Close the side seams to the slits, lay the slit edges of the front pieces back over the back piece and sew with a short cross seam. Close the sleeve seams and insert the sleeves.
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