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Marseille sweater junior

This is an English printed knitting pattern.

The Marseille Sweater Junior is worked from the top down. First, the back yoke is worked back and forth, while the shoulder slope is created by working short rows for a good fit. After this, each shoulder is worked back and forth separately with short row shaping. Then, the shoulders are joined to form the front. The front and back are worked separately and joined at the bottom of the armholes, and then the body is worked in the round on a circular needle. The sleeves are worked from stitches that are picked up and knitted along the armholes. The sleeves are worked in the round on a circular needle and double-pointed needles or using the Magic Loop technique. The neck edge is worked from stitches that are picked up and knitted along the neckline, it is then folded double and knitted together. The Marseille Sweater Junior is worked with stripes, the placements of which are described in the pattern.

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This is an English knitting pattern.

The Marseille Sweater Junior is worked from the top down. First, the back yoke is worked back and forth, while the shoulder slope is created by working short rows for a good fit. After this, each shoulder is worked back and forth separately with short row shaping. Then, the shoulders are joined to form the front. The front and back are worked separately and joined at the bottom of the armholes, and then the body is worked in the round on a circular needle. The sleeves are worked from stitches that are picked up and knitted along the armholes. The sleeves are worked in the round on a circular needle and double-pointed needles or using the Magic Loop technique. The neck edge is worked from stitches that are picked up and knitted along the neckline, it is then folded double and knitted together. The Marseille Sweater Junior is worked with stripes, the placements of which are described in the pattern.

Begin by working a swatch to determine which needle size you need to achieve the correct gauge.

Sizes: 1-2 (2-3) 3-4 (4-5) 5-6 (6-7) 7-8 (8-9) years

Bust circumference: 64 (70) 74 (76) 78 (80) 84 (90) cm [25¼ (27½) 29¼ (30) 30¾ (31½) 33 (35½) inches]

Length: 36 (37) 39 (40) 41 (43) 44 (46) cm [14¼ (14½) 15¼ (15¾) 16¼ (17) 17¼ (18) inches] (measured mid back excl. neck edge)

Gauge: 21 sts x 32 rows = 10 x 10 cm [4 x 4 inches] in stockinette stitch on 4 mm [US6] needles after wash and blocking

Needles: Circular needles: 4 mm [US6] / 40, 60 and 80 cm [16, 24 and 32 inches] and 3 mm [US2½] / 40 cm [16 inches]

Double-pointed needles: 4 mm [US6] (unless the Magic Loop technique is used)

Materials: 200 (200) 200-250 (250) 250-300 (300) 350 (350) g Double Sunday by Sandnes Garn (50 g = 108 m [118 yds]) for the main color (here shown in colour Camel 2542) and 50 (50) 50 (50) 50 (50) 50-100 (100) g Double Sunday by Sandnes Garn (50 g = 108 m [118 yds]) (here shown in colour That Orange Feeling 3819). Other yarn options: Rauma Garn or Holst Garn.