Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing

1. KNITTING CHILDREN'S CLOTHING

When knitting children's clothing are of great importance to the color of thread. Beautiful knitted baby clothes of the brightest colors of yarn gives the child a good mood. More free, not constraining movements, styles feature children's clothing from adult.

Getting to the manufacture of children clothes, one must know the sequence of manufacturing its parts and the whole work process.

2. HOW TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT FEATURES OF THE FIGURE

In the book we give baby clothes, so consider the peculiarities of children's physique.

The figure of the child changes with age. With the rapid growth disrupts the proportions of the body relative to accepted standards: excessively long torso, short legs, long neck, broad shoulders, etc. in addition, unfortunately, there are inherent flaws.

To correct the pathology of our book will not help you, but the correct cut will hide most of the shortcomings of the Constitution of your body.

Give a few tips on the selection of models for people with a disproportionate figure (more on this you can read in our next books).

With low growth and fullness, you should not get the product horizontal stripes, viscous with a large pattern and a wide ornament, it is better to use a vertical line, elongating the figure;

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 371.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 372.

Narrow hips can be increased by applying a convex relief patterns, large crocheted ornament, colored broad stripes and patch pockets;

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 373.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 374.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 375.


To hide wide hips, choose a model with a vertical pattern and Welt pockets;

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 376.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 377.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 378.


Slouching can hide vyazaniem yoke, made of vertical relief pattern or model where you apply the sleeve with the shoulder strap and offset shoulder seam in the back side;


Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 379.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 380.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 381.


Narrow sloping shoulders expandable large collar or yoke, knitted colored stripes, or made in the form of angle pattern relief;

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 382.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 383.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 384.


Round straight shoulders can be a Raglan sleeve with a shoulder strap;

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 385.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 386.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 387.

With a long outstretched neck are advised to wear models with collars-racks, collars zelenovatye neck and neck with "boat";

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 388.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 389.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 390.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 391.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 392.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 393.


If you have a short neck, avoid high collars and cutouts "quads." They visually shorten the neck. Use low collars and collars with lisoobrobna neck.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 394.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 395.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 396.


Remember that when drafting patterns is not only important to take correct measurements, but also to determine body type. And on this basis to choose a model for knitting.


3. TAKING MEASUREMENTS

Taking measurements, observe the following rules:
belting the figure at the waist slightly tight braid;
taking measurements with measuring tape, tighten it a little, as knitted clothing is stretched in width;
all measurements of the circumference are recorded in half-size.

Measurements are taken as follows (figures 397, 398).

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 397. A breakdown of the figure for the line measurements


Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 398. Features of the lines measured on female and male figures



1. The circumference of the neck at the base of the neck to mid-cervical depression (the jugular cavity) (figure 399).

2. The circumference of the chest at the outermost points of the chest and shoulder blades (this measurement is involved in almost all calculations, the tape must lie flat). Half of the measurements defines the size of the garment (figure 400).

3. Distance from hoist to the top of the hips - measure from the waist line to the line passing through the widest part of the buttocks (figure 401).

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 399. Neck circumference

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 400. The circumference of the chest

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 401. Distance from the waist to the hip line


If the figure with thickened flared hips (like breeches), measured from waist line to the line running along the highest points of the "breeches" (figure 402).

4. The circumference of the hips (About) - measure at the hip line, taking account of the protrusion of the abdomen (figure 403).

For the shape with the shape of the thighs of saddlebags removed additional measurements: circumference at the thigh line, the most protruding points "breeches" (figure 404). From these measurements, choose large.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 402. Removing the measurements on the figure with thick thighs

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 403. The circumference of their hips

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 404. Taking measurements on the figure with the shape of the hips "breeches"




5. Back length to the waist line this measure consists of two things: 1 - from the seventh cervical vertebra to the waist (figure 405); 2-from the waist to the line side (figure 406).

When you run things on normal the figure you need to know how it will wear (skirt or pants).

6. Shoulder length (DP) - measure from the base of the neck on the shoulder line to the line of openings (see figure 407). If broad shoulders, you reduce the shoulder length on 1-1,5 see If the shoulders are narrow, then the measure is increased by 1-1,5 see

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 405. Back length to waist

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 406. Measurement from the waist to the hip line

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 407. Shoulder length


7. Arm length (PD) - measure from end of shoulder to the base of the brush, the arm needs to be lowered (figure 408).

8. Wrist circumference (Oz) - measure from the base of the brush in a circle hand (figure 409).

9. Arm circumference at the shoulder is measured at freely lowered hand at the level of the armpit (figure 410).

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 408.
Arm length

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 409.
Wrist circumference

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Figure 410.
Arm circumference at the shoulder


10. Shoulder width (SHS) - is measured on the blades between the rear corners of the armpits (figure 411).

11. The width of the front (SHP) is measured under the bust from one hand to the other on lines extending approximately 5-6 cm from the jugular depression (figure 412).

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing
Figure 411. Back width.

Lesson 28. Knitting children's clothing 
Figure 412. The width of the front


4. USEFUL TIPS

The color scheme of the product, as the style hides the flaws of the figure.

Dark colors preferable to full and light - more slender

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