You will need
  • - the tape;
  • yarn;
  • - spokes.
To increase the size of the model required increasing the number of loops. It's easy to do things when knitting, which uses a simple binding, for example, facial surface, garter, rice and so on. To calculate the required number of stitches for knitting in this case, make the sample yarn, which will knit the model.
Next, count how many loops within a 10 cm sample and divide this number by 10. Thus, you will receive the average number of loops in 1 cm. If you have not a whole number, not round it, as otherwise the calculation will not be accurate.
Define the width of each part in inches. This number, multiply the number of loops in one centimeter. Get the required number of loops for stacked series.
If your model uses a fancy pattern that fit the scheme that knitting did not cause any problems, and the pattern was located in the place where conceived, changing the number of loops should be commensurate with his rapport.
Link the sample, as described above, make the necessary measurements and count the number of loops in the part. Then count the loops within the repeat. Divide this figure by the number of rapport in detail. Integer – as full of rappaports have to be repeated in detail.
The remaining number of loops and divide by two. These loops are knit at the beginning and end of the part, first, starting from the end of rapport. For example, if your calculations 38 loops for the knitting pattern and there are 10 loops on which you want to increase the detail. Therefore, divide 10 by 2 get 5 loops. The repeat count of the last 5 loops and start knitting the details with them, then repeat rapport and provarite 5 loops of the beginning of rapport.
In the case when resizing differ slightly, the neck and knit armhole, as indicated in the description for the largest size. If the change more than two dimensions, then in the middle of the front and back, close the greater the number of loops that extend back, in front of the product and the detail of the sleeve.