Burgundy Pullover with Net Back
200g of burgundy Siberia yarn (100% wool; 300m/100g);
100g of the same yarn, but in white color;
Knitting needles 3,5;
Crochet hook 3.
Stitches control: 21 sts x 29 rows = 10 x 10 cm.
Back. Inner Part.
Cast on 93 sts with burgundy yarn and work with 1 x 1 rib for 2 cm, then, turn to stockinette stitch. Increase 3 x 1 st, 2 x 2 sts, 5 x 1 st from both sides in 22 cm from the beginning of work = 117 sts. In 16 cm from neck-hole, bind off the central 29 sts and finish both sides separately. Bind off 1 x 5 sts from inwards, bind off the rest 39 sts of shoulder. Make the second side in symmetry.
Back. Upper Part Net.
Make pattern design in full dimensions. Cast on 93 sts with white yarn, make 8 cm of 1 x 1 rib, then, decrease 13 sts and bind off sts = 80 sts. After that, work with crochet hook due to the scheme. In 25 cm, increase 5 pattern repeats, matching with pattern design. In 17 cm, make only 17 cm in the beginning of row and 17 cm in the end of row, skip the central 17 cm for neck-hole.
Cast on 46 sts with white yarn and make 7 cm of 1 x 1 rib. Then, change to burgundy tarn and work with stockinette stitch. In 25 cm, increase 3 x 1 st, 2 x 2 sts, 1 x 5 sts from the right side. At the same time, decrease 19 x 1 st from the left side for neck-hole in every RS row. In 18 cm, bind off the rest 39 sts.
Make in symmetry to left front.
Connect both halves of back, then, make shoulder and side seams, leave 11 cm open in the bottom of work (along back). Then, connect front to 27 cm height with the help of crochet hook and burgundy yarn. Fasten neck-hole and the rest part of front with 2 rows of single crochets.