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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Üks kohmakas tõlge / A clumsy translation

Leidsin päris ammu Pinterestis ühe ilusa pitsseljaga pulloveri.
 
Пуловер спицами с ажурным рисунком на спине. С описанием и схемой
Venekeelse juhendi koos skeemiga leiab siit.
Mulle tuli palve tõlkida see inglise keelde. Mõtlesin kohe, et tühiasi.
Oi kui idiootsalt ekslikult enesekindel ma vahel olla oskan.
Ma higistasin ja punnitasin selle väikese juhendiga nii, et jääb vaid imestada, et ma songa ei saanud.
Tuleb ausalt ja publiku ees tunnistada, et ei oska ma ei inglise ega ka vene keelt. Katsun kuidagi emakeelse eneseväljendusega mäele saada.Või noh, avastasin ma endalegi ootamatult, et käsitööalaste terminitega on üsna kõrb - mõlemis keeles.
 
I found one lacy back knitted pullover tutorial via Pinterest some time ago.
 
The russian tutorial with knitting scheme is found here.
I was asked to translate it to english. At first I was naive enough to think it is one easy task for me. Oh dear, was I mistaken! It was a real tortue and made me realise my total lack of knowledge in english and russian both. Or actually just realized that I have a total vacuum of handwork termins - both languages.
 
 
Aga oma kohmaka tõlkega ma siiski lagedale tulen. Ehk kulub ilus muster kellelegi veel marjaks ära.
Õnneks on peamine töö võimalik teha joonise järgi.
Kui keegi hea inimene oskab tõlget parandada, siis ma olen ka väga-väga tänulik.
Praeguseks aga selline ta sai:
 
Still, I collect my courage to present my poor translation work with this tutorial. I hope someone finds good use for this beautiful lace pattern. Luckily the pattern is mainly readable from the scheme.
If there is anyone who can fix my translation, I would appreciate it a lot!
But for now, here it goes:


Lace back knitted pullover
(please find the knitting scheme on the russian version tutorial)
 
Size: S/M

 

Material: Lana Grossa „Bamboo” 100% viscose (100m7 50g, approx. 500g) pins 5mm and 5,5 mm and short round pins 5 mm

 

The pattern shows only right side of the piece.  Purl wrong side rows.

 

Back:

Cast on 79 stitches,  pins 5mm. Knit 3 cm of ribbing ( 1 knit, 1 purl)

Switch to pins 5,5mm and start kntttng  from the center 7 stitches. (see the scheme) Start increasing 3 stitches after each 2 rows. from both sides according to the scheme until all 79 stitches are back on the pins.

Work ahead until the piece is approx. 42 cm. For sleeves start binding off stitches according to the scheme. At first 3 stitches from both sides , then 2 etc. (see the scheme) until you have 63 stitches. Then work ahead until the piece is approx 62 cm. For shoulders start binding off 5 stitches from both side according to the cheme. Until the piece is 64 cm bind off 23 center stitches for collar.

 

Front:

Cast on 77 stitches, pins 5mm. Knit 3cm of ribbing (one garter stitch, one purl). Switch to pins 5,5mm and knit garter stitch until the piece is approx. 29 cm. For sleeves make same bindig offs as for the back side, starting from 3 stitches from both sides until there are 61 stitches.

Work ahead until the piece is approx. 36cm. For the V-collar leave the center stitch on additional pin and  to both direction start binding off 1 stitch after each row for 4 times and after 4 rows for 6 times. Knit until the piece is approx 49cm.  For shoulders start binding off 5 stitches from both sides exactly like back side. (see the scheme)

 

Sleeve:

Cast on 40 stitches, pins 5mm. Knit 3cm of ribiing. Switch to pins 5,5mm. Knit garter stitch. Increase 1 stitch to both sides after each 10 rows for 3 times and after each 8 rows for 5 times until 56 stitches. Knit ahead until the sleeve is approx. 38cm. For  forming the sleeve start binding off 3 stitches from both sides for 2 rows, next 2 stitches for 2 rows, next 1 stitch after 2 rows for 2 times then 1 stitch after 4 rows for 6 times next after 2 rows 1 time next 2 stitches for 2 rows next 3 stitches for 2 rows until 18 stitches and the piece is approx. 56cm. Finally bind off last 18 stitches.

 

Stitch symbols (in the exact order as on the scheme)

 

- edge stitch

- knit

- purl

- twist stitch

- yarn over needle ( wrong side purl )

- yarn over needle (wrong side knit )

- knit 2 together

- knit 3 together

- slip 1 , knit 1 , pass over

- slip 2, knit 1, pass over

- slip 1, knit 2 together, pass slip stitch over the knit 2 together

- slip 2, knit 1, pass 2 slip stitch over the 1 knit
 
 
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Ma kommenteeriks muidugi seda originaaljuhendit veidi. Nimelt ei looks ma eales niipalju silmi nagu ette nähtud. Eriti kui me räägime suurusest S/M. Kui luua nr 5 vardaga 77 silma!, siis saab suveks kena telgi lastele. Kõigile lastele.
Kindlasti teeks taljeosasse kahanduse . Seljaosa muster lubaks nii ilusti kena taljejoone teha. Ka seljaosa silmi mõõdaks proovilapi abil parajaks ja siis mugandaks mustri vastavalt silmade arvule. Saab ju lihtsalt äärtest neid vähemaks jätta.
Ka varrukad võiksid liibuvamad olla. Kindlasti sobiks sellisele mudelile kolmveerand varrukad.
Lõngaks valiks Drops Cotton Merino.
Nii uitmõttena välja öeldes...
 
But I would like to comment the original tutorial a bit. Namely I would never cast on 77 stitches with pins no 5. It would be huge. Especially if we are talking about the size S/M. Of course if one does not want to make a tent for the kids for summer.
I would decrease the waistline. The back lace pattern allows so well to make the waistline.
Indeed would count the stitches to fit my own size. Test piece neccessary.
The sleeves I would make much narrower and three-quarter-lenght.
My yarn choice would be Drops Cotton Merino.
So much about my whimsy thoughts...
 
Ma järgmisena avaldan ühe oma enda loodud heegeldatud pitsbareti mustri. Mina olen jooniste usku, ei mingeid regivärsse. Seega täiesti internatsionaalne taies, minule jõukohane, sest heegeltingmärgid on õnneks üle maailma ikka täiesti standardsed. Püsige kanalil.
 
Next I will publish my own crochet lace beret pattern. I believe in charts, no additional written explanations. So the pattern will be totally internationally understandable as crochet symbols luckily tend to be very standard all over the world.
Stay tuned.

 

 

 

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