Prairie Fields by Fifty Four Ten Studio

Prairie Fields

October 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
680 - 1950 yards (622 - 1783 m)
6 Sizes: Baby, Small, Medium, Large, XL, XXL (see dimensions below)
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The Prairie Fields blanket is an easy knitting pattern that includes instructions for six blanket sizes.

Prairie Fields is named for the beautiful farms…with crops planted in orderly rows…that surround my hometown of Kansas City. I live in a suburb of Kansas City…on the Kansas side of the state line. Though our neighborhood is definitely suburban….beautiful prairie fields are not too far away.

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Approximate sizes after blocking…

Baby: 28” wide x 31.25” long
Small: 31” wide x 35” long
Medium: 34” wide x 38.75” long
Large: 38” wide x 42.5” long
XL: 42.5” wide x 46.25” long
XXL: 46.75” wide x 50” long

Finished size may vary depending on yarn weight and gauge used.

Any of the blanket sizes may be made longer by adding pattern repeats. Each pattern repeat adds about 3.75” to the length of the blanket. Pattern includes estimates for additional yardage needed to make blankets longer.


Baby: 680 - 700 yards
Small: 840 - 870 yards
Medium: 1030 - 1060 yards
Large: 1260 - 1300 yards
XL: 1600 - 1650 yards
XXL: 1900 - 1950 yards

Be sure to buy additional yarn if you plan to add length to your blanket.

The pattern may also be used with slightly lighter or heavier weight yarns. Select the needle size that gives the best appearance for your yarn. Finished size and amount of yarn needed may vary depending on yarn choice and gauge….so buy extra yarn just in case!


Stockinette stitch with US size 7 needles: approximately 17 stitches & 24 rows = 4”

Exact gauge is not essential.

I used US size 7 knitting needles…but choose the needle size that gives the best appearance with your yarn and your knitting tension.

Significantly different gauge may require more yarn.


Knit flat, in one piece, back and forth on circular knitting needles.

In order to accommodate the large number of stitches, long circular needles are recommended.


You will need to know how to cast on stitches, knit and purl confidently, read a row by row knitting pattern, bind off stitches and weave in ends.

Blocking of finished knitting is highly recommended.

This pattern uses standard U.S. knitting terms.

Written pattern with row by row instructions.