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Let's start our neck with 89 loops from the top. We knit 1 purl, 1 straight elastic 35 rows.
Let's start the example from the front of the fabric. We knit 4 harasho, 1 smooth, 7 harasho, 1 straight, 7 harasho, 1 straight. There will be 4 loops on the edges.
There will be 11 leaf patterns on the neck collar. We always purl at the back of the stitch. In the third row, we knit 2 harasho, 1 decrease, 1 increase, 1 straight, 1 increase, 1 decrease, 5 harasho.
In the fifth row, let's make a decrease in the edges of the leaf pattern and increase from the right and left of the straight loop in the middle. There are 3 loop harashoes between 2 sheets. In the 7th row, let's go up from the right and left of the straight loop in the middle of the leaf pattern.
We will not deduct from the edge Let's make the neckband expand. There will be 3 incremental holes in the middle, let's make 2 decrements on the sides.
When there are 3 increment gaps in the middle, let's close the leaf pattern by decreasing the edges. 2. Let's make 4 incremental holes in the middle of the leaf pattern and enlarge the neckline by decreasing it twice from the edge. Note. You can weave this neckband with 5 skewers and make it seamless.