Top-down MLBC in English

You may have wanted to knit My Little Black Cardigan but given up discovering it’s worked from the bottom up? Top-down MLBC knits down, with almost the same results as the bottom-up version.
You can knit this wardrobe staple cardigan at last!

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Description

SIZES
1 (2, 3, 4)[5, 6, 7](8, 9, 10) ― detailed measurements on p.11
Finished bust: 85.5 (92, 98.5, 105)[111, 117.5, 127](137, 146.5, 156) cm / 33¾ (36¼, 38¾, 41¼)[43¾, 46¼, 50] (53¾, 57¾, 61½)” ― suggested ease: about 5 – 8 cm / 2 – 3” at bust
Total garment length: 57 (58.5, 60.5, 62.5)[65, 65.5, 67.5](68.5, 70.5, 71.5) cm / 22½ (23, 23¾, 24½)[25½, 25¾, 26½](27, 27¾, 28¼)”

YARN
fingering weight (about 360 m for 100 g / 394 yds for 3.53 oz.): approx. 1065 (1140, 1225, 1325)[1435, 1530, 1685](1810, 1960, 2105) m / 1165 (1245, 1340, 1450)[1570, 1675, 1480](1980, 2140, 2305) yds
shown in fonty Néoux (100% merino, 187 m / 202 yds for 50 g ball) #0825

NEEDLES
one each 3.5 mm / US 4 and 3 mm / US 2.5 circular needles, 80 cm / 32” or longer and needle(s) in your preferred style for working small circumference for both sizes

GAUGE
25 sts and 33 rows/rnds = 10 cm* in Stockinette stitch with 3.5 mm / US 4 needle, blocked
*The gauge should be measured over 10 cm using a metric ruler.

DIFFICULTY
intermeiate – knitting in the round, short rows