Overall rendering

This mink sweater jacket features three strands of premium mink down yarn plus three strands of mink fleece mate, and the synthetic thick thread is woven with a 7-gauge needle. The bust circumference is 96 cm, the length of the garment is 74 cm, and the sleeve length is 56 cm. The lower edge and sleeve are designed with self-created ingots and 4 rows of pimple flowers, which perfectly connect the pattern of the upper part and enhance the overall effect. Its advantages are that it is particularly comfortable to wear, warm, long fluff, no balls, not bloated. Since mink down is expensive, the knitting method used in this sweater is also something I spent a lot of time carefully designing, and the manual time spent greatly exceeds the value of the yarn. You might call it a high-end sweater. Let’s share the basic method.

Renderings of the underwear

The whole edge of the clothes is woven together, starting from one side of 248 stitches (the needle method will be shared in the video later) The 2 stitches at the beginning and end of the good side must be knitted 2 needles down, so that it is beneficial to pick the hem. The flowers on the edge and sleeve are 4 stitches of twist, and the upper needle of the interval is 2 stitches. 8 lines twisted once, the point is to be sure to twist relative to each other, not in one direction. I knitted 4 rows of pimple flowers when twisting 4 times, (the weaving method of pimple flowers will be shared in the video later)

Lower renderings

There are 2 small twist needles above the edge of the clothes, and 1 needle on each side. The flat needle lattice is an 11-needle lower needle. Small twist 4 lines twisted once. When knitting to half of the total length of the waist, 1 stitch is collected in each of the 11 flat needles, and it is collected again when the waist length is still 4 rows short, and there are 9 needles under each lattice, just aligned with the flower that divides the waist.

220 stitches at the waist

When dividing the waist flower, the lower small twist flower remains unchanged, and the small twist flower continues to be knitted. The 9-needle flat needle is divided into two 4-stitch cannabis flowers, twisted against each other, and the needle is spaced one needle in between. (pictured)

The upper part of the flower also does not change the position of the small twist, continue to knit the small twist, the two twists of the 9 needles become a hollow twist with the middle 5 needles, that is, the 4-needle flat needle is separated by a needle, and 3 needles are woven between the cannabis flower and the small twist. The hollow twist is twisted once in 8 rows, and the small twist with 2 needles is still twisted once according to the original 4 rows. From the waist to the underarm where the needle is received, 3 needles are added on each side, 2 stitches are added on one side each time, 4 stitches are added on both sides, and a total of 12 stitches are added 3 times. Those who are fat can add one more needle. The number of stitches in the bust is 232.

The cuff has 48 stitches

The cuffs are woven in the same way as the hems. The twist should be twisted against each other. The branch of the sleeve is centered on the small twist of the middle two needles and the lower needle, one needle on each side, 12 needles at the flat needle, and two needles on both sides of the joint place, each time add two stitches, start adding once, 4 rows add once, 6 rows add once, 8 rows until the sleeve length is enough. Collect 11 stitches flat, 1 stitch on each side of 2 rows, and receive the sleeve until the length is enough.

Overall rear rendering

The bust circumference is 232 stitches, the front block knits 57 stitches and 10 stitches are flat, obliquely retracted, 2 rows are collected once, and 1 stitch is collected at a time. Harvest a total of 10 times and weave to a sufficient length. The back block has 106 stitches, oblique 6 times, a total of 6 stitches, woven to enough length. The collar is woven to your liking.

Renderings of collars

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Pocket detail drawing

The pocket is picked from the edge of the garment and knitted with enough stitches.

(The specific weaving method will be shared in the video later)