How to Knit Sweaters for Beginners

This scoop-neck sweater sweater knit in Fair Isle detailing at the hem and wrists. The design features of the size shirt and sleek for a feminine, flattering cut.


This scoop-neck sweaters, these materials and the vital statistics you need:

  • Yarn: Crystal Palace Yarns cream;124 yards per 50 grams
    • Main color: 2005 Buttercup;9 strands
    • Color contrasting 1: 2015 henna;A strand
    • Color contrasting 2: 2014 Russet;A strand
    • Color contrasting 3: 2031 Vine Green;A strand
    • Color contrasting 4: 2032 Royal Purple;A strand
  • Needles: US 7 circular needle, 24 inches in length or the size needed to evaluate passes;6 US circular needle, 24 inches long; 5 US circular needle, 24 inches long
  • Other materials: yarn needle;point markers or safety pins; wire
  • Size: S or real 34 inch chest
    • Finished chest: 36 cm 1/2
    • Dimensions: 24 1/2
  • Gauge: 20 stab wounds and 24 lines per 4 inches in jersey and the model of Fair Isle

Knit this scoop-neck sweater:

  • Start knitting the back using the United States 6 needles cast on 91 points with MC.
  • Working in jersey for 10 rows, ending with a WS row.
  • RS Purl a row to create a rotating cam to enlarge.
  • Move to US 7 needles and jersey for 1 inch, ending with a WS row.
  • Start the Fair Isle pattern by working the sting of straight edge of the dark line in this graph.
  • Work on the basis of eight points between the dark lines 11 times.
  • Knit stabbing the two left edge.
  • Update graphics repeat 11 times.
  • Work point edge on the right side of the chart.

Work through all of the 20 rows in the table.

  • Continue in stocking St with only the main color.

Measures 4 1/2 cm of the rotating cam sweater.

  • To shape size, first follow this pattern of dots:

Next row RS: K2, SSK, knit 2 STS Tog, k2 last 4 m.

Repeat decrease row every 4 rows 4 times. There are 81 pcs.

  • Sweater knit for steps 9 centimeters of the rotating cam, ending with a WS row.
  • Start increase as follows:

Next row RS: K2, m1, K2, m1, k2 last.

Continue in stocking St and repeat the increase row every 6 row 4 times. There are 91 stitches.

  • Continue forward to a height of 16 cm from the rotating cam.
  • Start shape armhole by cast off 5 points at the beginning of the following 2 rows.
  • Side 3 m at the beginning of following 2 rows.
  • Dec 1 St on each side of every RS row a time as follows:

On the next row: K2, SSK, knit 2 STS Tog, k2 last 4 m.

When all Dec are developed, 73 st.

  • Knit back 5 measures 1.2 centimeters from the beginning of the armholes, finishing with a WS row.
  • Start form the neck as follows:

On the next row: K22 and put these on a stop of STS to the left shoulder, cast 29 stitches, knit at the end of the row. There are 22 pieces.

  • To work properly neck, follow this pattern:

Next row: knit.

On the next row: K1, SSK, knit at the end of the row.

Repeat the previous two lines 5 times. It is 16 m on the shoulder.

  • Keep up to what measures of armholes 8 1/2 inches, ending with a RS row.
  • To form the right shoulder, cast off 8 STS at the beginning of the 2 following WS rows.
  • On the shape of the neck to the left, the first of stabbing the place on the needle facing the WS-and-forth on the wire.
  • Follow this pattern of dots:

Next row: knit.

Next row: knit until this 3 m 2 STS Tog, k1 last.

Repeat the previous two lines 5 times. It is 16 m on the shoulder.

  • Keep up to what measures of armholes 8 1/2 inches, ending with a WS row.
  • To the left shoulder, cast off 8 m at the beginning of the next two RS rows.
  • Follow steps 1-14 on the front of the work.

There are 73 pcs.

  • Work in jersey of 1 inch.
  • Follow steps 19-26 for the face before.

According to Musthavesweater, the sweater neckline is deeper than the back, so he will be worked several lines between the end of the neck and come on the top of the shoulders.

  • To start manufacturing of the sleeve through the US 6 needles, cast on 51 r.
  • Working in jersey for 6 rows, ending with a row opposite.
  • RS Purl a row to create a rotating cam.
  • Move to US 7 needles and continue in stocking St until the neck measures 1 inch of the rotating cam.
  • Work the borders of Fair Isle, by working together, the sting of the right edge of the dark line on the chart.
  • Work on the basis of eight points between the dark lines six times.
  • Knit stabbing the two left edge.
  • Work through all of the 20 rows in the table.
  • When the limit of Fair Isle is complete, work 3 rows in jersey with MC.
  • Follow this pattern of dots:

Next row RS: K2, m1, K2, m1, k2 last.

Continue in stocking St with MC and repeat row increase every 8 rows 7 times; every 6 rows 0 times; then every 4 rows 0 times. There are 67 stitches.

  • Work up to the length of handle 17 cm of the rotating cam, ending with a WS row.
  • Embark on the headstock by casting off the coast by 5 points at the beginning of the following 2 rows.
  • Side 3 m at the beginning of following 2 rows.
  • Dec 1 St on each side of the book every RS row 17 times as follows:

On the next row: K2, SSK, knit 2 STS Tog, k2 last 4 m.

  • Cast off 17 points of stitches.
  • Make a second tube by repeating steps 30-44.
  • Block all pieces to measurements on the diagram.
  • Use of mattress, sew shoulders.
  • Place a marker or a safety pin for two centimeters around the neck.
  • From the right shoulder, then use to pick up small and knit 9 STS between two markers all the way around the Neck.
  • Place a marker and join for working in the round.
  • Updated the biggest and knit 1 round garter beginning.
  • Move to needles down and knit 2 rounds in Garter.
  • Go down a needle and work 2 rounds to the point
  • Cast off.
  • Sew the sleeve in place.
  • Sew the sleeves and sides.
  • Under wrists at the edges of rotation and sew them in place.

Keep those joints loose enough for you Arena €™ t the only ride.

  • Weaving in the remaining ends and block again, if desired.

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