It is still available through ravelry of course - I just changed the layout of the English PDF pattern to the "rililie-approved-version" you all know (with yoke charts and so on).
The Japanese translation remains in the original amirisu layout though, since I wouldn't dare to touch it. Yes, my Japanese is non-existant... and sadly will remain so for quite some time!
I have a soft spot for this cardigan. After a bumpy start and lots of fretting I had to restart the whole project, but that gave me the opportunity to work out the construction details in a much more refined manner. This yoke was the result of quite some research to keep stripes intact, while working them in the usual short rows, for a higher back side.
It also got to be a kind of a hybrid between a sloped raglan shaping with some round yoke stuff thrown in at the front side.
"MarlOn" is all about having fun in choosing one's very own, unique colouring!
An immense thank you to the lovely girls at amirisu for the excellent collaboration!
Starting today, you can find the pattern PDF in English and Japanese for direct download, either here on this site, or as before on ravelry.