Bean-Sprout Pattern

Bean Sprout Pattern

Yarn: Lady Handicraft Tapestry Yarn (sage) and Lion Brand Fisherman’s Wool (cream)
Wraps Per Inch: Lady Handicraft: 10 wpi; Fisherman’s Wool: 11 wpi
Needles: Clover Takumi Bamboo Size 8/5.0 mm

Gauge: 29 sts = 6 in. in patt.
5 sts/in. in st st (Fisherman’s Wool)
4 sts/in. in st st (Lady Handicraft Tapestry)

Pattern: Bean-Sprout Pattern
Stitch Count Repeat: Multiple of 6 sts
Book: A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns
Page: 37
Difficult Techniques, if any: keeping even tension when slipping sts
Knit by: Slauditory

I cropped out the garter stitch edges. Here’s a picture where you can see how the pattern flows into the garter stitch edges:

Bean Sprout Garter

It’s a really nice, delicate pattern, and is very easy to work. This is three and a half repeats of the pattern.

2 Responses to “Bean-Sprout Pattern”

  1. Gwyndolyn O'Shaughnessy Says:

    Ah! I actually like it better with the edges included. Pretty colors … although I see bunny ears rather than bean sprouts. :-)

  2. slauditory Says:

    I can see bunny ears, too! I think the bean sprouts would be more apparent if it was spring green on brown. :)

    Thanks!


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