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tank top how to knit the shape of an armhole | ehow

by:INGOR SPORTSWEAR     2019-08-04
There are several ways to weave sleeve holes on a sweater, here are two simple ways: the first one is to work up from the bottom of the sweater and can be used to create a space, set up sweater sleeves in this space or create a sleeveless hole for a vest or vest.The second one is woven from top to bottom, adding the top of the sweater sleeve in the process.The sweater made in this way is called "raglan ".Both methods have their own advantages.
The body of the sweater from the bottom up 3-A few inches under the armpitIf the body is woven in the circle, divide the total stitches by 2.Put half of the stitches down and put them on the back bracket.Tie the yarn mark at each end to mark the bottom of the sleeve hole.Divide the remaining stitches by 2 and mark the center front with yarn to facilitate the neck forming.
Put all the stitches in front on one needle.Sew the first three needles on the frame.Weave work from right to left and work right to you.Sew the last three needles on the bracket.Turn the work over and then snore across the street.Turn the work, slide the needle, weave the needle, and then slide the needle through the knitting needle.Sew the last two needles together.
Weave the sleeve edge this way until it is bent enough to allow good arm movement or until it matches the standard shirt sleeve pattern.When you reach the desired position at the bottom of the neck, divide the stitches in front by two stitches.As you continue to shape the sleeves and begin to shape the neck, place half the stitching on the stand.
When you reach the last six rows in front of your shoulders, increase the rows by weaving to the last stitch of each knit row, and then passing the needle through the yarn between that needle and the next, then pass a thread through to form an additional needle and weave the last one.Turn over and continue to the top of the shoulder.Place shoulder stitching on the knit stand.
Complete the other half of the front in the same way.Reduce the needle in the same way as the front, but do not place the added needle on the bracket of the arm pit, unless the person's arm is particularly large or muscular.The number of stitches at the shoulder joint should be the same before and after.
Knit shoulder seams together or crochet.The sleeve hole is completed by sliding the stitches on the holder down a circular or double-pointed needle.Take the needle by pulling the ring at the end of each knitting thread and fixing it on the knitting needle.Weave four rows of stripes on the sleeve hole as a sleeveless sweater or weave sleeves on the sweater.
Starting from the top edge, knit the sweater collar with round or double-pointed needles.When the neckline is reached, the stitching is divided into front, back and shoulders.Mark the department with contrasting yarn loops or plastic knitting marks sliding between the needle and the needle.
Calculate the number of stitches for each part as follows: multiply the number of stitches per inch on the knitting gauge by the inches around the neck stitches;Multiply the total stitches.33 get the number of back needles and multiply the number of back needles.25 get the number of needles per sleeve.The remaining stitches will be the first.
Add stitches every other row, starting with the first row after completing the collar.In order to increase production, when you come to a marker, slide the marker down, weave it again, weave it again, and then continue to weave it onto the next marker.Don't add on the next line, but be sure to slide it when you reach the mark so you don't lose track of the pattern.
Weave the increased line until the sweater reaches at least 2-Under the wearer's underarm a few inches.Some may prefer larger sleeves, so you might want to weave a few more rows.Sew the sleeves on the stand and weave without adding the tail of the sweater.Complete as required.
Back on the sleeve.Weave a row of short stripes on the sweater to form a cover sleeve, or weave long sleeves, and finally add traditional ribbed cuffs.
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