Mineral by Wondrlanding
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Mineral

Knitting
October 2013
Barka Piktor Fecske By Buci
Sport (12 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 39 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 3 - 3.25 mm
2.75 mm (C)
711 - 1772 yards (650 - 1620 m)
2 (3: 4: 5) [6: 8: 10: 12]
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MINERAL is a modern and stylish child sweater adorned with an asymmetrically placed gathered panel running from the cowl neck down to the split hem. The dynamic movement of the panel resembles folds of rock layers. For cowl neck there are two options included in the pattern: a medium high- and oversized cowl neck. The sweater has seamless construction, the combination of Contiguous Set In Sleeve- and Raglan techniques. The garment is worked from the top down.

An adult version of Mineral and a similar child dress is in progress.

Suggested yarns: animal fibers.
> Madelinetosh - Tosh Merino Light - 100% Merino (384m / 100g (420yd / 100g).
> Lana Gatto - Ottocapi - 100% Merino (169m / 50g) / (185yd / 50g).
> By Buci - Barka Piktor Fecske - 100% Merino (338m / 100g)/ (370yd/100g).

Yarn needs:
> Short sleeve: 650 (750: 850: 950) 1050: 1150: 1250: 1350meter / 710 (820: 930: 1040) 1150: 1250: 1360: 1470yd.
> Long sleeve: 780 (900: 1020: 1140) 1260: 1380: 1500: 1620meter / 850 (980: 1110: 1240) 1370: 1500: 1640: 1770yd.

Needles, hooks: 2.75mm / US2 and 3.25mm / US3 circular needles / dpns (or other sizes to meet gauge), 2.75mm / C crochet hook (for crochet provisional CO method - this can be substituted with other provisional CO techniques).

Notions: 6+1 stitch markers (1 different for BOR marker), tapestry needle, scrap yarn (preferably some contrast color cotton), 1 safety pin.

Gauge: 28 sts x 39 rows on larger needles (in stockinette stitch)=10 cm x 10 cm / 4” x 4”; measured flat, unstretched, blocked.

Acknowledgements: Special thanks to my dear testers who helped me making this pattern possible: Aneta, Anu, Bev, Erica, Jen, Melinda, Rosa, Sandra, Szilvi, Tünde and Violetta.

This garment is worked seamlessly from the top-down using the contiguous sleeve method developed by Susie Myers, SusieM on Ravelry.