Short Light-Blue Crochet Blouse
450g of light-blue Malva yarn (50% cotton, 50% viscose; 350m/75g);
Crochet hook 2.
Bead: 4 double crochets in 1 base st.
Work due to the scheme 1, make squares with roses with the size of 37 squares wide and 33 squares high, roses should be placed in the center of square. Connect squares in the places of shoulders with 2 chains of 37 chain sts. After that, continue work to the right side from shoulder and squares, then, make another side to the left from another shoulder. Make the first row with empty squares, make bead in every 4th square, starting from the 2nd row. Alternate the row with beads with row with empty squares. Make 13 rows this way from left and right – yoke. Make 20 chain sts along the bottom of yoke for arm-holes, connecting front and back of yoke. Then, make lower part of pullover around. Make 2 squares from every 2nd square. Then, work, alternating empty squares with beads. Work this way for 26 cm. Make the last row with single crochets and fasten the bottom of pullover with 1 row of “shrimp stitch”.
Make 106 chain sts.
1st row: empty squares;
Make beads, starting from the 2nd row. In 16 cm from the set-up row, bind off 4 cm from one side and 3 cm from another side for arm-holes. Starting from the 32nd row, make decreases bind off 1 square in 2 rows from both sides for forming sleeve caps and continue work this way to the end of work. At 37 cm height from the beginning of work, finish it.
Sew up the sleeves. Fasten neck-hole in the same way, as bottom of pullover, edges of sleeves – due to the scheme 2.