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Adrienne Larsen


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Adrienne is a designer working in Fargo ND. Her books Welts & Waves and Flutter & Flow are available on Ravelry & Amazon now. When she’s not working she enjoys ice cream and ferrets.

Projects by Adrienne Larsen


Eponine Cardigan

This cardigan was inspired by a classic Aran sweater, but in a lighter weight with a modern cable pattern and offset front. Pair it with your favorite jeans and boots for a perfect fall outfit.

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Ella Pullover

Ella is a sweet pullover with intricate hem and sleeve details. The body is worked in the round from the bottom up until after the waistband, where it is split and worked back and forth. Sleeves are worked in the round, from the bottom up.

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Tori Double Flutter Sleeve Top

Tori is a unique colorblocked top that features several gorgeous shades of blue. With a cleverly placed double edge to create the illusion of layered sleeves, this top is an interesting knit to add to your summer-to-fall wardrobe.

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Hali Half Stripe Sweater

Hali is worked bottom up and in the round. Bands of ruby red, ocean teal, and golden yellow result in a modern take on primary colors and the classic striped sweater.

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Ellie Tee

Ellie is a gorgeous tee knit in a dusty coral color that’s perfect for summer. With a boat neck construction and a leafy lace panel in the front and the back, this tee is an instant classic. Worked top down and in the round, this advanced pattern has stunning results. 

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Lead The Wave Welted Cowl

This welted cowl is knit in the round with a special two-needle welting technique that’s used to create attractive 3D elements. Small cowls like these are great for practicing new techniques. Plus, this accessory is ideal for weather in between seasons.

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KUFWb (Knit up for Welt, Back) Photo Tutorial

Step 1:
Hold secondary needle behind and slightly below the right hand needle.

Step 2:
Insert right hand needle the first stitch on left hand needle knitwise, then bring yarn between left hand & secondary needles.

Step 3:
Bring yarn between left and right hand needles as if to knit, then bring yarn in front of both left hand needles.

Step

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