By Jean Leinhauser
Книга для современных и стильных дам. Модельеры Jean Leinhauser и Rita Weiss создали модели соответствующие последним тенденциям моды – яркие, элегантные, стильные и оригинальные: пальто, сарафаны, купальник, топы, берет, юбки, туника, платье… Модели и аксессуары выполнены спицами и сопровождаются описанием и подробными фотографиями.
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Decreases Dec rnd: K to last st on Needle #3, ssk this st and first st from Needle #1, k to just before last pick-up st, then k2tog this last st with first st from Needle #2—17 (18) sts. K 15–18 rnds or desired length. Break yarn and finish as for pinky. Finishing Weave in all ends. Wash and block. indd 59 59 Text Job:04236 Title:Knitting Mittens & Hats From Around The World (MBI) Page: 59 5/28/12 5/16/12 10:53 2:52 PM AM GREEK FISHERMAN’S CAP CHART TOP 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 BOTTOM KEY P on right sides row, K on wrong side rows (reverse stst) K on right side rows, P on wrong side rows (regular stst) This chart is worked flat over the center 27 cap top sts for 55 rows.
K 15–18 rnds or desired length. Break yarn and finish as for pinky. Finishing Weave in all ends. Wash and block. indd 59 59 Text Job:04236 Title:Knitting Mittens & Hats From Around The World (MBI) Page: 59 5/28/12 5/16/12 10:53 2:52 PM AM GREEK FISHERMAN’S CAP CHART TOP 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 BOTTOM KEY P on right sides row, K on wrong side rows (reverse stst) K on right side rows, P on wrong side rows (regular stst) This chart is worked flat over the center 27 cap top sts for 55 rows.
Join and work around to tip of pinky (approx 17–20 rnds) or desired length. K2tog across all sts. K1 rnd even. Break yarn, leaving a 6”/15cm tail. Thread tapestry needle with tail and draw end through rem sts. Finish by invisibly weaving the end securely to inside of finger. indd 57 Text Job:04236 Title:Knitting Mittens & Hats From Around The World (MBI) Page: 57 5/16/12 2:52 PM Ring Finger With Needle #1, pick up and k3 sts at the base of the pinky (there are now 36  hand sts total), work across next 5 (6) sts for palm for left hand or next 5 sts from back of hand for right hand (there are now 8  sts on ring finger for left hand or 8 sts for right hand).