The Prairie Window sweater is inspired by prairie style art glass windows, specifically the window work from the, Frank Lloyd Wright-designed, Dana-Thomas Home, near my hometown in Springfield, IL. The motif conjures the movement of sumac branches and the stillness of snow. This design boasts stranded color work, top-down sweater construction with a dropped underarm, folded collar, and angular sleeves. It’s fuzzy, warm, but breathable Lopi fabric will wear well through both equinoxes and winter.
Full pattern details can be found in the PDF
Yarn Weight: Worsted (~220yds/100g)
Needles: US 9 (5.5mm), US 8 (5.0mm) & US 6 (4.0mm) circulars and DPNs
Yardage: 1015 – 1800 yds
Sizes: A-M (Ranging from 36″ to 68″ finished bust)