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Eden Prairie

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Inspired by a piece of Prairie-style stained glass, Eden Prairie is my interpretation of that style in a knitted fabric. The shaw is worked from the top down, but the construction method is unique. Starting with two separate triangles that are joined by a diamond, Eden Prairie grows by alternately working stripes on one side and then the other. A simple 10-row modified intarsia border heightens the stained glass effect. Constructed entirely in garter stitch, not a purl in sight, Eden Prairie is wonderfully squishy! Pattern includes a construction schematic and a coloring schematic. You can sample a color scheme before committing to any yarn. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY cast on bind off pick up and knit from a slipped stitch edge GAUGE 22 stitches = 4"/10cm in garter stitch after blocking SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS neck edge width: approximately 60"/152.4cm center depth: approximately 26"/66cm PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light

Recommended with this pattern

  • Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light, 100% superwash merino, 420 yards per skein, 1 skein each Oak (C1), Winter Wheat (C2), Onyx (BC) and Sequoia (C3). Actual yardage used is approximately 365 yards each of C1 and C2, 175 yards of BC and 105 yards of C3
  • 2 US size 5/3.75 mm circular needles at 40"/100cm long
  • US size 5/3.75 mm needles, circular or straight needles

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Nancy Whitman Designs
Nancy Whitman Designs
I learned to knit at the tender age of eight, and there was no stopping me. I spent decades knitting all kinds of garments for family and close friends. In 2005, I opened the online yarn shop Whitknits.com, and more recently started publishing my own patterns. Please contact me with any questions. Thank you!