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Peach Perfection by DROPS Design

Virkad DROPS väst i ”Muskat”. Strl S - XXXL.

DROPS design: Modell nr R-559
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Storlek: S/M - L - XL - XXL/XXXL
Garnåtgång: DROPS MUSKAT från Garnstudio
300-350-350-400 g nr 10, aprikos

DROPS VIRKNÅL NR 4 - eller det nålnr du måste ha för att få 17 st x 10 v på 10 x 10 cm.
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VIRKINFO:
Rygg:
Första st på varje varv ersätts med 3 lm.
Kant:
Första fm på varje varv ersätts med 1 lm. Varje varv avslutar med en sm i sista lm i början av förra varv.
ÖKNINGSTIPS: Öka genom att virka 2 m i 1 m.
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BAKSTYCKE:
Virka 78-86-94-99 lösa lm med nål 4 och Muskat. Virka 1 st i 4:e lm från nålen, * 1 st i var och en av de 3 följande lm, hoppa över 1 lm *, upprepa *-* och avsluta med 1 st i var och en av de 2-2-2-3 sista lm = 58-64-70-74 st. Sedan virkas 1 st i varje st. När arb mäter 7 cm ökas 1 st i varje sida – LÄS ÖKNINGSTIPS, upprepa ökningen när arb mäter 15 cm = 62-68-74-78 st. Virka tills arb mäter 22-23-24-25 cm.

KANTSTYCKE:
Virka 1 st i alla st överst på bakst, virka 56-58-60-64 lm, 1 st i varje st nederst på bakst, virka 56-58-60-64 lm och avsluta med 1 sm i 1:a st överst på bakst. Virka 1 st i varje st från bakst, om lm-bågarna virkas 42-44-46-48 st = 204-220-236-248 st. Sedan virkas det runt så här:
Varv 1: 1 st i första st, *1 lm, hoppa över 1 st, 1 st i nästa st *, upprepa *-* och avsluta med 1 lm, hoppa över 1 st och 1 sm i början på v.
Varv 2: 1 fm i varje st och 1 fm om varje lm.
Varv 3: 1 fm i varje fm.
Upprepa dessa 3 v vidare, SAMTIDIGT när kanten mäter 5, 10 och 15 cm (avpassa så att det är ett varv med fm) ökas 34-34-34-36 fm jämnt fördelat på v – LÄS ÖKNINGSTIPS = 306-322-338-356 fm. När kanten mäter 17-18-19-20 cm (avpassa så att nästa varv är ett varv med fm) virkas 1 varv med fm SAMTIDIGT som det ökas 0-1-2-1 fm jämnt fördelat = 306-323-340-357 fm. Sedan virkas efter M.1. OBS! Börja på varvet markerat med 1 i diag. Virka M.1 1 gång på höjden, klipp och fäst tråden.

Detta mönster har uppdaterats. .

VIRKINFO:
Rygg:
Första st på varje varv ersätts med 3 lm.
Kant:
Första fm på varje varv ersätts med 1 lm. Varje varv avslutar med en km i sista lm i början av förra varv.
Uppdaterad online: 26.05.2010

Diagram

= st
= lm
= fm
= Virka 1 st, men vänta med sista genomdragningen (= 2 m på nålen), virka 1 st till i samma m, men vänta med sista genomdragningen (= 3 m på nålen), virka 1 st till i samma m, men när sista genomdragningen görs dras tråden genom alla m på nålen.

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Kay Christian 09.05.2017 - 03:45:

I love this pattern, but I need sleeves. is there anyway I can add them to this pattern. Or do you have another pattern like this with sleeves. Thank you for your time.

DROPS Design 09.05.2017 kl. 08:14:

Dear Kay, I would look for a crochet cardigan, maybe a circle one, that have the sleeves crocheted from the body to the cuff, like the 177/10 or 168/12 (that has lacy sleeves) or, the 165/40, (that has more solid sleeves), and crochet the sleeves according to those instructions. I hope this helped. Happy Crocheting!

Susie 27.06.2016 - 14:51:

It has been mentioned how to determines size using a diagram near at the end of the pattern. Is it determined by laying garment flat and measuring the back? Or is it from front lapel around to the opposite front lapel? If the latter is true, then why is that considered as size XXXL? That is closer to an XL or XXL in US sizes. It would be helpful if you could clarify which way to measure the garment: either flat across the back, or flat from lapel to lapel. Thank you.

DROPS Design 27.06.2016 kl. 17:44:

Dear Suzie, the measurements at the bottom of back piece apply to width on back piece only (without edge), ie 44 cm in larger size at the bottom of back piece and 46 cm at the top of back piece after inc. Click here to convert into inches. Compare to a similar garment you have and like the shape to find out the matching size. Read more about sizing on same link as before. Happy crocheting!

Linda Lueders 20.05.2016 - 03:12:

I followed the instructions for the first two rows of the back piece. When I lay it flat it makes a circle. This can't be correct. What have I done incorrectly?

DROPS Design 20.05.2016 kl. 10:39:

Dear Mrs Lueders, back piece is worked back and forth from bottom up. After you have made the fundation chain (78-99, see size), work first row without joining with a sl st, just work back and forth in rows. Happy crocheting!

Sara Stevens 08.05.2016 - 01:45:

On the last round of the edging, are you supposed to skip the last sc of the previous round?

DROPS Design 09.05.2016 kl. 10:35:

Dear Mrs Stevens, after the last sc on round 5 in M.1, start diagram from 1st st again, ie (skip last sc in repeat) and work 1 sc around next 2-ch-space. Happy crocheting!

Sara 16.04.2016 - 12:53:

In the first round of the edging, it says ch 56 on each side. Why chain so many when in the next round I’m only supposed to do 42 dc over those 56 chains. Either I will have ugly gaps between each dc which also makes the armholes very bubbly, or a 7 cm chain left after the 42 dc. How can I fix this?

DROPS Design 18.04.2016 kl. 09:10:

Dear Sara, when crocheting a chain most of the time chains are more tight than your sts will be on next row, to avoid that the first row to be too tight on armholes, you work more chains (56) but will then crochet only 42 dc on 1st row skipping ch evenly. That way, your armholes won't be too tight. If your chains are loose enough, you can then crochet the correct number of sts, or then work more and add a small crochet edge to finish armholes. Happy crocheting!

Maya 26.09.2015 - 03:25:

I´v made the size S/M. But, the other thing is, with crocheting of the hook 4 you do need 350 g of the yarn, NOT only 300, what is written. I was going to make the size L and thank of it I had 350 g and I could fortunately end it. I hope, this will help:)

DROPS Design 30.09.2015 kl. 09:57:

Thank you for this info! Crocheting is so individual technique that is not very easy to count yarn amount correct for everyone - so every feed-back is helpful :-)

Maya 26.09.2015 - 03:22:

Hello:) i´ve just finished this wonderfull piece. I´d like to mention , that the shape of the pattern at the bottom is incorrect. Back piece is actual longer, because during making the beginning of the edge you add 2 rows of tr extra, don´t you?

DROPS Design 30.09.2015 kl. 09:52:

Hello, this piece is really very nice :-)! At the beginning of edge you only make the armholes, there are no extra rows, whole edge is made as one piece. Happy crocheting! Hana

Cris 25.09.2015 - 09:17:

Hello, on row 2 of the m.1.... how many sc in between each set of ch stitches? The diagram is a little confusing because there are more on one side than the other? Thank you again

DROPS Design 25.09.2015 kl. 09:48:

Dear Cris, on row 2, work: *6 sc, ch 4, skip 3 sc, 8 sc*, and repeat from *-*, you will work around over 17 sc all the round. Happy crocheting!

Cris 22.09.2015 - 09:47:

I need more help with this patter. I'm on the edge, I just did a set of the 3 rows and I see that it says, "when edge measures 5, 10 and 15 cm / 2", 4" and 6'' (adjust to a row of sc) inc 34-34-34-36 sc evenly on round" after I begin R1 again, it will then be 5 cm, or do I increase in r2? also, how do I do the increase of 34 sc in the round, is there certain places I need to place them? I also wondered if there is a better explanation of M.1 ? Thank you for all your help.

DROPS Design 22.09.2015 kl. 11:20:

Dear Cris, the increase should be done when working a sc row, so when your piece measures 5, 10 and then 15 cm again (3 rounds with inc) - make sure you have to crochet either row 2 or 3 (= sc-row), inc evenly 34 sc. See here how to inc evenly. M.1 is the name of the diagram for the edge - see above measurement chart. Happy crocheting!

Cris 18.09.2015 - 19:49:

Ok so I'm struggling with the beginning of this pattern. I'm doing the s/m so I chain 78, in the end I am supposed to end with 2 in the last remaining chains, do I skip a ch st after the 3 dc and then the 2 or 5 in total ? Also I did a swatch and am using a smaller hook but my piece already measures just over 40 cm. I don't think that's correct ? Do I need to go with smaller hook still ?

DROPS Design 19.09.2015 kl. 09:58:

Dear Chris, at the end of row you should skip 1 ch (as stated under from *-*) and finish with 1 dc in the last 2 ch. remember to check and keep the correct tension, ie 17 dc x 10 rows = 10 x 10 cm / 4'' x 4''. Happy crocheting!

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