COCO - pattern - pdf -
COCO is worked seamlessly from top down, in reverse stockinette stitch. To avoid purling, the garment is worked on the wrong side. Work starts from a provisional winding CO. Shoulder parts are worked first, then the neckline is joined by cast on stitches. For the sleeve caps, stitches are picked up from the shoulder parts. From this point front, sleeves and back are worked together top down until sleeve divide.
The shown sample is worked with BC GARN Semilla Cablé,
Color1 light blue grey
Color2 white natural
Approx values, depending from material.
XS Color1 800 m / 875 yrds, Color2 90 m / 100 yrds
S Color1 850 m / 930 yrds, Color2 95 m / 105 yrds
M1 Color1 950 m / 1040 yrds, Color2 100 m / 110 yrds
M2 Color1 1030 m / 1130 yrds, Color2 105 m / 115 yrds
L Color1 1120 m / 1225 yrds, Color2 110 m / 120 yrds
XL Color1 1200 m / 1310 yrds, Color2 120 m / 130 yrds
XXL Color1 1350 m / 1480 yrds, Color2 145 m / 160 yrds
2 circular needles and dpns US7 (4,5 mm) or circular needle for magic loop, or needle size to obtain gauge,1 circular needle US6 (4 mm) for the edges, 1 small size circular needle, best US2,75 (2 mm) for the winding cast on.
20 sts x 30 rows for 4 x 4 inches (10 x 10 cm) in stockinette stitch on larger needles.
Stitch holder or waste yarn, tapestry needle, stitch markers.
Circumference at bust:
XS S M1 M2 L XL XXL
93 97 101 109 115 119 125 cm
36,6 38,2 39,8 42,9 45,5 47 49 inch
Provisional winding cast on, increases m1l / m1r, decreases ssk / k2tog .