MARIKEN - pattern - pdf -
Mariken is worked in rows seamlessly from top down, with a cute little pattern for cuffs and hem. Neckband and front bands are worked in [k1, p1] ribbing, neckline is shaped by german short rows. For yoke shaping slanted increases are worked along 10 bands of 3 stitches
The sample shown is worked with Samea by Lang Yarns, Col 67, DK / 8 ply (11 wpi).
6 buttons, 28”, 18mm.
Circular needle and dpns (or magic loop) US7 (4,5 mm) and US6 (4 mm)
20 sts x 30 rows in stockinette stitch on larger needles for 4 x 4 inch (10 x 10 cm), gauge washed.
XS 960 yds (880 m) S 1020 yds (940 m) M 1140 yds (1040 m)
L 1200 yds (1100 m) XL 1260 yds (1160 m) XXL 1340 yds (1240 m)
A minimum of 20 stitch markers, tapestry needle, waste yarn or stitch holder.
German short rows technique for neckline shaping, slanted increases M1R / M1L, decreases k2tog / ssk / ssp.