Top with lacing, open back and lace bottom
Sizes 36/38 (40/42)
I knitted a three-color melange with a thread, and it took me about 250-300g of yarn
We knit a top on knitting needles knitted.
Before the top:
Dial 66 (74) loops and knit with a garter stitch, after 7.5 cm (8.5 cm) from the edge, divide the work in the middle of the front for the V-shaped cut. Do not forget that the 1st and last loops are edge.
To cut the cut, reduce the work on both sides in each 6th row of 8 x 1, and in each 4th row of 6 (8) x 1 loop, knit 2 stitches together to the right or left together after or to the edge loop to the pattern.
At the same time, after 16 cm (17 cm) from the edge for the armhole, reduce in each 2nd row 2 x 1, and in each 4th row 10 (12) x 1, then alternately in each 2nd and 4th rows 4 x 1 loop, knitting them after the edge with 2 loops together in a pattern until 7 loops remain on the knitting needle – this will be somewhere after 28.5-32 cm (if necessary from the size of the chest) from the type-setting the edges. Next, for the straps, on these 7 loops, tie the still necessary length for the ties with a garter stitch. You can tie them more authenticly, about 30 cm, so that you can tie a knot with them, or you can tie them along the length of the neck circumference, plus a little overlap to sew on the button, as I did. Symmetrically link another part of the front.
Dial 66 (74) loops and knit with a garter stitch; after 16 cm (17 cm) from the edge, close all back loops.
Sew in front and back, tie the common edge of the upper part and the edges of the straps in 1 circular row of single crochet and crochet step stitches. Tie a chain of air loops of the required length and thread the lacing into the V-neck
Now we knit a lace pattern:
Abbreviations in the text:
VP – air loop
Runway – air lift loop
RLS – SC
CH – double crochet
C2H – a column with 2 crochets
Lace pattern – the number of loops is a multiple of 16 + 1 + 3 runways. We collect a chain equal in length to the lower circular edge of the finished top.
We knit according to the scheme. Each row begins with 1, 3 or 4 runways instead of 1 RLS, 1 CH or 1 C2H and loops before rapport, repeat rapport, end with loops after rapport. Repeat 1 time from 1st to 7th rows, then repeat from 2nd to 7th rows
* The pattern starts from the wrong side. From the 2nd row we knit RLS and knitted together C2H in the VP of the previous row. The start and end loops are calculated in the 1/2 rapport instructions.
We knit a lace pattern to the required length, you can tie the lace of the top to the beginning of the thigh, as I have, or you can even to the middle of the thigh, as you like.
Sew the bottom of the lace to the bottom edge of the top, make the joint in the side joint of the top.