On tunic size 48 it took 13 skeins of yarn 100g/ 250m. The tunic was knit in two strands and the collar.
The pattern is very simple. Linking 25 cm band 2x2, switched to the pattern: 1 row: 1 chrome, 12 front,11 purl, 3 Phi, 12 individuals (wiring), 3 Phi, 11 Phi, 3 Phi, 12 individuals (wiring), 3 Phi, 11 Phi, 12 persons, 1 chrome. 2 row and all even rows of like watching a loop. 3 row 1 row 5 row: 1 chrome,12 persons 11 persons,3 Phi, 12 individuals (wiring), 3 Phi, 11 persons, 3 Phi, 12 individuals (wiring), 3 Phi, 11 persons, 12 persons, 1 chrome. 7th row as 5th. Repeat from 1st row . Collar knit: at the height of the neck were left open 11 loops average "tracks". Staple the shoulder loops front and back, picked up those stitches on the needles and three threads began to knit elastic band 2x2 to the neck. Other spokes scored 11 loops ( those that were left open) and also knitted elastic 2x2 to the neck. Then moved on to one pair of spokes , pre-picking up from the neck edge loop, and continued knitting shortened rows of 2x2 elastic to the desired size of the collar. The backrest front surface is associated with two "tracks" on the sides . "Overlap" KOs was doing 25 in each row. You can knit other variations of the picture, but I wanted a picture,
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