You will need
- - the spokes;
- - thread.
Before you start knitting the sleeveand from the top down, stitch between the backrest and the shelf along the side and shoulder seams. Then dial in the center of the shoulder 10-20 loops (depending on the size of the sleevea and the density of the binding) and continue knitting. Don't forget at the end of the rows on each side of the openings knit into one edge loop.
In the process of knitting add or take away loops depending on the obtained result. Constantly try on the product, to ensure conformity sleeveand the model.
Once you get to the end of the armhole, bind directly or go to circular knitting to avoid the seam.
In order to knit the traditional way, from the bottom up, make pattern sleeveand on paper, and count the number of loops in the narrowest and widest parts, as well as decide the number of rows.
If the sleeve is narrowed downwardly, to determine the difference between narrow and wide part of the sleeveand divide it by the number of rows. Then calculate how many loops you'll need to add using the number of rows to get uniform expansion.
Add loop always at the end or the beginning of the row. Each added loop mark with a colored thread so you can keep track, these markers will come in handy for knitting the second sleeve.
To knit the top part of the sleeveand divide the number of stitches in the wide part into 3 equal parts, for example, loop 54/3=18 loops. If you get the balance, then add it to the first part.
Each part divide into groups thus: the first part of the loop divide for a few threes and twos (3+3+3+2+2+2=17), and first there are three, then two. If there is a remainder, add it to the first digit (3+1=4).
Loops of the second group divide into units, and loop the third part – three (3+3+3+3+3+3=18). If you get a remainder, add it to the first digit from the highest point of the crown. Apply all results to the pattern.
Start knitting the crown. In the first row attach the four hinges, then davaite to the end. Turn around and re-attach the 4 loops. Continue to knit thus reducing the loop according to the calculation at the beginning of each row.