Eiderdown Pattern

Eiderdown Pattern

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A touch of lace, a lot of stockinette…stitch after stitch to relax into and enjoy. This is both a process and a product knit, perfect for a quiet season’s project. We know you’ll love wearing your finished square too -- it’s sized so that when you fold it on the diagonal, you have ample tails to tuck into a coat (or your best sweatshirt).

Finished Measurements:
Approx. 40” square. Wingspan is 62” when folded on the diagonal.

Dimond Laine Downy Fingering (50% alpaca, 34% cashmere, 16% elastane; 390 yards per 100g); 3 skeins total

Or Dimond Laine Elmer Fingering (80% merino, 20% cashmere; 400 yards per 100g) and/or Dimond Laine Elmer Tweed Fingering (70% merino, 30% cashmere; 400 yards per 100g); 3 skeins total

Note: Some Elmer Tweed Fingering and Elmer Fingering yarn comes in 50g skeins; if you are using a 50g put up, please double your number of skeins, or better yet, calculate yarn amounts by yardage.

Or Fingering weight yarn in the following amounts:
1150 yards / 1055m total
If you choose to knit your border in a second color as we’ve done in our Elmer (Tweed) Fingering sample, you’ll need approx. 750 yards / 685m in the main color and 380 yards / 350m in the border color.

Samples Shown:
One color sample: Downing Fingering in color Cambric
Two color sample: Elmer Tweed Fingering in color Thermal and Elmer Fingering in color Gray Is My Favorite Color

While gauge is not crucial, it will affect overall yardage used and the overall finished dimensions.
Approx. 16 sts and 20 rounds=4” in Stockinette stitch in the round, blocked.

Suggested Needles:
Needles listed are suggested. Always take time to swatch.
Gauge Needle: US 7 (4.5mm) double points, 16”, 32”, and 40” circular needles, or your preferred method for knitting small to large circumferences. We used a 40” circular needle and worked using the Magic Loop technique until the stitches fit around the needle.

Darning needle. Four markers, including one unique marker for BOR.