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发表于 2006-6-28 10:24:33 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
PINWHEEL SWEATERS FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN



Pinwheel Sweater for Children
One size fits baby to 4 year old
This sweater has several great features: it is knit in the round and has no seams to sew up when finished. It can be worn by a small baby 6-9 months and will fit this child until about 3-4 years. To fit a small baby the sweater can be worn with a large collar which can also double for a hood, as the child grows. To fit a larger child the sweater can be turned around having a smaller collar, this way the sweater fits more like a bolero. The long cuffed sleeves are worn rolled for the baby and unrolled as the child grows.
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Materials:

7 balls of Peruvian Collection Highland Wool in colours of your choice, or as used in model garment, in order from center to outer edge:
#1 - 100 Natural ?1 ball
#2 - 1300 Lime Ice ?1 ball
#3 - 1256 Celery ?1 ball
#4 - 1557 Dried Herb ?2 balls
#5 - 1349 Victorian Rose ?1 ball
#6 - 727 Spiced Wine ?1 ball
# 7 - 2124 Oxblood ?1 ball

4.5mm ( US 7) , 5 mm ( US 8) and 5.5 mm ( US 9) double pointed needles.
5.5 mm (US 9) circular needles 40 cm and 60 cm (16?and 24?.
Stitch marker.
2 stitch holders.
Scrap yarn.

Gauge: 18 st. and 24 rows = 10cm / 4" on 5.5mm (US 9) needles.

Directions:

Using 5.5mm double-pointed needles and first colour (natural) cast on 8 st. Place 2 sts. on the 1st needle, 4 sts on the 2nd needle, and 2 sts on the 3rd needle.
R1: Join in a round being careful not to twist the stitches. Knit into the front and the back of each stitch -16 st. on round, mark the beginning of the round with a stitch marker and move this up every round.
R2 and all even number rounds: Knit.
R3: K2 yo, repeat to end of round, making sure you do your last yo on each needle. (6 sts on 1st needle; 12 sts on 2nd needle; 6 sts on 3rd needle).
R5: K3 yo, repeat to end of round. (8 sts on 1st needle; 16 sts on 2nd needle; 8 sts on 3rd needle).
R7: K4 yo, repeat to end of round. (10 sts on 1st needle; 20 sts on 2nd needle; 10 sts on 3rd needle).
R9: K5 yo, repeat to end of round. (12 sts on 1st needle; 24 sts on 2nd needle; 12 sts on 3rd needle). Change second colour (Lime Ice) on round 10.
Change to circular needles when you need to. When changing colours, join the new colour, tie the new colour to the old colour, so you don't loose your last yo.
Continue increasing in this manner, changing colour every 10 rounds.
Change to your longer circular needles as needed.
Continue until you have 18 st. between increases.
Next Round: knit the first set of 18 stitches and the yo from the round before, place the second set of 18 stitches on a holder, join a new ball of yarn and cast on 18 stitches using a provisional cast on - see below for provisional cast on instructions (this will be the sleeve later), join yarn and continue knitting 4 more sets of 18 stitches plus the yo's from the previous round, slip the next 18 stitches on a holder, join yarn and cast on 18 stitches using a provisional cast on, knit the last 18 stitches and yo from the previous round.
Continue in pattern increasing and changing colour every 10th round until you have 24 stitches in each section.
Change to the following pattern:
Purl 1 round.
Knit 1 round.
Repeat these last 2 rounds 3 times.
On the last knit round increase 1 st. every section by knitting into the front and the back of one stitch. Repeat these 6 rounds maintaining the colour change every 10th round.
Repeat this pattern until the desired size. The sample sweater has 70 rounds and 7 colours, and ends with 27 stitches in each section, 216 stitches total.

Provisional cast on:

Using a crochet hook, a knitting needle, and a contrasting colour yarn, make a slip knot.
Put the crochet hook through the slip knot and hold in front of needle.
Bring yarn around the needle, from left over top of needle behind the needle then over the hook and make a stitch (the yarn around the needle is the stitch).
Repeat this until 18 stitches on the needle.
Slip these stitches onto the stitch holder.
These stitches will become the stitches for the other half of the armhole when needed.

The Loopy Edge:

The edge is knit with 4.5mm needles. Knit 6 rows of I cord on 3 stitches and then knit these 3 stitches together with the next 3 stitches on the sweater.

Detailed explanation: I cord on 3 stitches. With 2 double pointed needles cast on and knit 3 stitches, then without turning work, slide these 3 stitches to the top end of the needle, pull the yarn left to right tightly behind the stitches and knit them again, repeat this until 6 rows are finished.

When your 6 rows are finished, take the 3 stitches on the double pointed needle and lay them on top of the next 3 stitches on the sweater. Wool is still on the left. Pull the wool to the right behind the stitches and knit the first stitch on the double pointed needle and the 1st stitch on the main sweater together. Repeat this for all 3 stitches. You will have 3 stitches on the double pointed needle when done. These will make the next I cord loop.

Continue to do this until all the stitches are used up. Pull yarn through the last stitch and sew in the end.

Sleeves:

With colour #4 (Dried Herb) and 5.5mm double pointed needles, pick up the 18 stitches from each side of the armhole (36 sts for each sleeve). Place a marker at the beginning of the round. Knit 8 rounds and then decrease as follows: on first 2 stitches ssk, knit to the last 2 stitches in the round, knit 2 together.
Continue this decrease every 8th round 2 more times.
Change to 5mm needles and knit in ribbing, K1, P1 until the sleeve measures 30cm (12 in.)
Cast off.
Sew in the ends.
Pinwheel Sweater for Women
The adult version of the Round pinwheel sweater is knit identical to the Baby sweater above. This pattern could be easily adapted to fit any size. As shown, the sweater fits small, medium and large. Like the version for children, it can also be worn two ways ?as pictured above, with the longer part of the circle below the sleeves, for a long, dressy look, or with the shorter part of the circle below the sleeves for a more casual short jacket look.

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[size=4]Materials:

15 balls of Peruvian Collection Highland Wool in colours of your choice, or as used in model garment, in order from center to outer edge:
#1 -1068 Tranquil Lagoon ?1 ball
#2 - 741 Violet Heather ?1 ball
#3 ?1012 Dusky Purple ?1 ball
#4 - 743 Grape Heather ?5 balls
#5 - 402 Oxford Grey Heather ?2 balls
#6 - 404 Charcoal Heather ?2 balls
#7 ?500 black ?3 balls.

5 mm (US 8) and 5.5 mm (US 9) double pointed needles.
5.5 mm (US 9) circular needles 40 cm, 60 cm and 80 cm (16?,24攁nd 32?.
Stitch marker, 2 stitch holders, scrap yarn.

Gauge: 18 st. and 24 rows = 10cm / 4" on 5.5mm (US 9) needles.

Directions:

Using 5.5mm double-pointed needles and first colour (Tranquil Lagoon) cast on 8 st. Place 2 sts. on the 1st needle, 4 sts on the 2nd needle, and 2 sts on the 3rd needle.
R1: Join in a round being careful not to twist the stitches. Knit into the front and the back of each stitch -16 st. on round, mark the beginning of the round with a stitch marker and move this up every round.
R2 and all even number rounds: Knit.
R3: K2 yo, repeat to end of round, making sure you do your last yo on each needle. (6 sts on 1st needle; 12 sts on 2nd needle; 6 sts on 3rd needle).
R5: K3 yo, repeat to end of round. (8 sts on 1st needle; 16 sts on 2nd needle; 8 sts on 3rd needle).
R7: K4 yo, repeat to end of round. (10 sts on 1st needle; 20 sts on 2nd needle; 10 sts on 3rd needle).
R9: K5 yo, repeat to end of round. (12 sts on 1st needle; 24 sts on 2nd needle; 12 sts on 3rd needle).
Change to circular needles when you need to. Continue increasing in this manner, changing colour every 18 rounds. When changing colours, join the new colour, tie the new colour to the old colour, so you don't loose your last yo
Change to your longer circular needles as needed.
Continue until you have 30 st. between increases.
Next Round: knit the first set of 30 stitches and the yo from the round before, place the second set of 30 stitches on a holder, join a new ball of yarn and cast on 30 stitches using a provisional cast on - see below for provisional cast on instructions (this will be the sleeve later), join yarn and continue knitting 4 more sets of 30 stitches plus the yo's from the previous round, slip the next 30 stitches on a holder, join yarn and cast on 30 stitches using a provisional cast on, knit the last 30 stitches and yo from the previous round.
Continue in pattern increasing and changing colour every 18th round until you have 42 stitches in each section.
Change to the following pattern:
Purl 1 round.
Knit 1 round.
Repeat these last 2 rounds 3 times.
On the last knit round increase 1 st. every section by knitting into the front and the back of one stitch. Repeat these 6 rounds maintaining the colour change every 18th round.
Repeat this pattern until the desired size. The sample sweater has 126 rounds and 7 colours, and ends with 49 stitches in each section, 392 stitches total.

Alternate colour loopy edge on adult sweater:

The edge is knit with 5mm needles. Knit 12 rows of I cord on the first 3 stitches using black and then knit 12 rows of I cord on the next 3 stitches using purple.
Knit the row of black I cord together with the next 3 stitches on the sweater, then repeat this with the purple on the next 3 stitches. Continue alternating colour until the last 3 stitches, knit the I cord then bind off these stitches and sew in place.

I-cord on 3 stitches: with your double pointed needles, knit 3 stitches, then slide these 3 stitches to the top end of the needle, pull the yarn left to right tightly behind the stitches, and then knit them again. Repeat this until 12 rows are finished.

Sleeves:

With colour #4 (Grape Heather) and 5.5mm double pointed needles, pick up the 30 stitches from each side of the armhole. Knit 10 rounds and decrease as follows: on first 2 stitches ssk, knit to the last 2 stitches in the round, knit 2 together.
Continue this decrease every 10th round 6 more times.
Knit straight until the sleeve measures 17 inches.
The cuff is knit in garter looking stitch, purl 1 round , knit one round.
In the first and 5th purl rounds increase 1 stitch 3 times evenly spaced around the round. Try to stagger where the increases are. Continue evenly until the sleeve is the desired length. Sleeve as pictured is 19 inches. Cast off purlwise on a purl round. This gives a nice finished edge.
Sew in your ends.
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发表于 2006-6-28 10:32:04 | 显示全部楼层
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发表于 2006-6-28 10:36:40 | 显示全部楼层
楼主不用搞得这么复杂?

我教你吧:先起针织成一个小园圈后,再在上面织八个下针。
然后就在固定的八个方位加针,就织成风车形状了。
到直径有肩宽时,就留出袖口的大小,再继续织到你所要的衣长,加上你喜欢的花边。
最后一步就是将袖子处,在原来留出的地方挑针织袖子了。祝你成功
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发表于 2006-6-28 10:44:56 | 显示全部楼层
是啊,这件衣织到后来用环型针比较好.

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 楼主| 发表于 2006-6-28 10:49:55 | 显示全部楼层
引用第2楼情丝绵绵2006-06-28 10:36发表的“”:
楼主不用搞得这么复杂?

我教你吧:先起针织成一个小园圈后,再在上面织八个下针。
然后就在固定的八个方位加针,就织成风车形状了。
到直径有肩宽时,就留出袖口的大小,再继续织到你所要的衣长,加上你喜欢的花边。
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嗯,有点明白,是不是从中间往外织??

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发表于 2006-6-28 11:04:59 | 显示全部楼层
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神气呀

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发表于 2006-6-28 11:07:47 | 显示全部楼层
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发表于 2006-6-28 11:42:18 | 显示全部楼层
怎么能织出圆圈呢?

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发表于 2006-6-28 11:49:43 | 显示全部楼层
新奇 [s:16]

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发表于 2006-6-28 11:57:17 | 显示全部楼层
不错,收藏一下,等有时间试着给儿子织一件
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