Stepping Stone Throw by Erika Knight

Stepping Stone Throw

March 2022
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
2610 yards (2387 m)
One Size
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The Stepping Stone Throw is what happens when Erika Knight plays around with a technique. Here, the technique is entrelac, a cool sort of knitting in a modular way. The fun really kicks in once she adds stripes and textures to the mix, along with the occasional intentionally dropped stitch that creates an openwork ladder.

We like to have a blanket on the needles at all times, and this one is the sort of addictive knitting that we really love.

Knitted Measurements

Approx 53” (135 cm) square


Atlas by Modern Daily Knitting 2 oz (57 g) skeins, each approximately 145 yards (132.5 m), 100% Rambouillet wool.

Original Colorway: 4 skeins each Truffle (A), Cedar (B), and Cork (C); 3 skeins each Natural (D) and Pear (E).

Mellow Colorway: 4 skeins each Shale (A), Cedar (B), and Pebble (C); 3 skeins each Mallard (D) and Navy (E).

Bold Colorway: 4 skeins each Navy (A), Wintergreen (B), and Merlot; 3 skeins each Whisper (D) and Leek (E).

Save 10% off the single-skein price of Atlas when you order the Stepping Stone Throw Kit. Choose from three colorways: Original, Mellow, and Bold.