Openwork bolero crochet - Oksana's work
Openwork bolero white crocheted yarn "crossbred brazil" 50% merino, 50% acrylic knit for yourself. Schemes are taken from the magazine mod. Bolero size: 44. You will need: 300 g mercerized cotton pink (165 m / 50 g); hooks No. 2 for motifs and No. 2.5 for a dense pattern. The details of the shelves, the coquette of the back, the lower part of the back, and the sleeves are made of separate motifs, grouped in medallions and interconnected during operation. In order to ensure that the dimensions of the finished product correspond to those conceived (see Fig. 7), it is necessary to first connect the motif patterns according to schemes 7, 7 a and 7 b and check them for compliance with the dimensions indicated in Figure 7a. Then proceed to perform a single lacedetails (see Figure 7b), consisting of 16 medallion blocks, assembled according to scheme 7 in and 4 by scheme 7. Further connect the lower part of the sleeves. To do this, connect the motifs to the medallions according to the scheme 7 d and collect from them a circular cloth (see Figure 7 c). The next step is to perform the middle back part with a dense pattern. First, tie the series according to the scheme 7 e (for the alignment of the upper part of the lace fabric), continue the work according to the scheme 7 g. Connect the lower part of the back yoke to the middle part. The upper part of the hose should be made in accordance with the scheme 7 s, having previously executed the leveling row (see Fig. 7 e). Ready-made sleeves are stuck into open armholes in the following way: fold the details of the jacket and sleeves face to face and tie along the contour of the armhole 1 the RLS row into the girth of the two parts.