The sweater with raglan sleeves is knitted in Aran patterns.

**Sweater size:** 50-52

Yarn manufacturer – Schachenmayr.

**You will need:** 800 g of ECOLOGICO yarn (100% wool; 50 g/80 m) No. 00190 gray; knitting needles No. 5; circular knitting needles No. 5; aux. knitting needles

**Elastic (Res.) 3 x 1:** persons p.: * 3 p. p., 1 persons. p. *, rep. from to *; purl r.: according to the drawing.

**Mixed Pattern:** for the back and front elm. by 88 points according to scheme 1, where only persons are given. R., out. R. elm. according to the drawing.

Rep. 1 – 120th rub. 1 time, then 113 - 120 rubles. throughout the work.

**Diamond pattern:** see highlighted in diagram 1 in dark gray. Rep. motif of 10 stitches wide. In height rep. 1 – 2nd r. 1 time, then only 3 - 18th r.

## Legend

**Knitting density**

10 x 10 cm = 16 p. x 23 r. purl Ch.

10 x 10 cm = 18 p. x 23 r. res. 3 x 1, diamond pattern.

50 cm = 88 p. mixed pattern.

**Completing of the work**

**Back: **dial 104 p., elm. track. way: chrome. p., 7 p. purl. Ch., 88 p. mixed pattern, 7 p. purl. ch., chrome. p. At a height of 44 cm (= 102 r.), close on both sides 1 time 2 p. = 100 p. To form a raglan, close on both sides alternately in each r. and in every 2nd r. 28 times 1 p., in each r. 10 times, 1 p. (knitting each edge p. vm. with the adjacent p.). At a height of 68 cm (= 156 r.), bind off the remaining 24 sts.

**Before:** elm. the same as the back, excluding the neckline. To form a raglan, kill. alternately in each r. and in every 2nd r. 26 times, 1 p., in each r. 7 times 1 p. At a height of 60 cm (= 138 r.) To form the neckline, close the central 18 p., complete both halves separately, closing from the center in every 2 r. 1 time 2 p., 3 times 1 p. At a height of 65 cm, close the remaining 3 p.

**Left sleeve:** dial 41 p., elm. res. 3 x 1, starting from the 1st row. (front side) with chrome. p.. 3 p. p., 1 persons. etc., finishing symmetrically to what started. At the same time arriving on both sides every 6th r. 8 times 1 p., in every 4th r. 2 times 1 p. = 61 p.

At a height of 26 cm, continue with a diamond pattern, approx. on the 1st 1 p. = 62 p. Next elm. track. way: chrome. p., rep. motif of 10 p. 6 times, finish 1 chrome. n. At the same time arriving. on both sides in every 4th r. 12 times 1 p. = 86 p. At a height of 50 cm, close on both sides 1 time 2 p. = 82 p. Then, to form a raglan, close on the right side alternately in each r. and in every 2nd r. 32 times 1 p., in each r. 5 times 1 p., on the left side dec. alternately in each r. and in every 2nd r. 28 times 1 p., in each r. 4 times 1 p. After the last dec. close on the left side in every 2nd r. 5 times 2 sts. At a height of 74 cm, bind off the remaining 3 sts.

**Right sleeve:** dial 42 p., elm. "Rhombus" pattern, after chrome. n. rep. motive of 10 points 4 times, chrome. n. At the same time arriving. on both sides alternately in every 4th and every 6th r. 15 times 1 p. = 72 p. At a height of 36 cm, continue the next step. way: chrome. p., next 23 p. with 3 dec. in purl Ch. = 20 p. (evenly 3 times 2 p. vm.), perform a “braid” of 24 p. next. way: 1 - 24 p. according to scheme 1 (rep. 1 - 8th p.), 23 p. with 3 dec. on the inside Ch. = 20 p., chrome. p. = 66 p. after r.

At the same time arriving on both sides in every 4th r. 7 times 1 p. = 80 p. At a height of 50 cm, close on both sides 1 time 2 p. = 76 p. Then, to form a raglan, close on the right side in every 2nd r. 5 times 1 p., alternately in each r. and in every 2nd r. 24 times 1 p., on the left side close in every 2nd r. 2 times 1 p., then alternately in each r. and in every 2nd r. 32 times 1 p. After the last dec. close on the right side in every 2nd r. 5 times 2 sts each. At a height of 74 cm, bind off the remaining 3 sts.

**Assembly and processing:** Sew in the sleeves. Sew sleeve seams and side seams.

**Neck trim:** On circular knitting needles, cast on 80 stitches along the neckline, elm. 4 cm res. 1 x 1, bind off all sts.

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