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Emily Ringelman


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Emily Ringelman is a Midwest-born Californian living in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she is an LSU scientist studying the viruses that infect sweet potatoes. Her favorite fall activity is stress knitting while yelling at the tv during Patriots games, but she also enjoys elaborate cooking projects, sewing her own clothes, and re-reading the Harry Potter books. Much of her design work is top-down, usually with either cables or a nautical bias. Find her on Twitter and Ravelry as EmilyRingelman.

Projects by Emily Ringelman


Plaid Prep Clutch

This little plaid clutch is super preppy but really fun! The top closes with a big leather button, which really adds some style. This type of plaid knitting is easy since the vertical stripes are done afterwards with a crochet hook. The perfect gift for the preppy girl on your list. This clutch matches the Plaid Prep Tote featured in the October 2018 issue.

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Catherine Cardigan

Timeless. Elegant. Classic. These are just a few words to describe the must-have Catherine Cardigan. Featuring a body-hugging fit, slightly cropped bottom and a single row of gold buttons, pair it with your favorite maxi skirt and get ready to feel like a queen. And because it features short sleeves, it’s ideal for all your spring layering needs.

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Arabella Bow Sweater

What’s better than a classic sweater she can wear all year long? A sweater that’s covered in knitted bows! This top-down raglan is not only simple to make, but the garter stitch bows are a perfect excuse for some stashbusting! Use ups odds and ends of your favorite sock yarn to make a sweater design that really pops. The possibilities are endless and the result is timeless!

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Hallie Bow-Back Top

Who doesn’t love a top that features a surprise on the back? From the front, the Hallie Top looks like a traditional summer tee, but turn it around and you’ll discover an open back with a contrasting inset bow. Featuring a picot-edged turned hem and top-down, set-in sleeves, it’s the perfect little top for any summer occasion.  

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Hearts & Arrows Hat

This stranded colorwork hat features a repeating design of hearts and arrows. While it’s totally appropriate for Valentine’s Day, if that’s not your thing, make the hat monochrome using three shades of the same color ― light for the background, medium for the hearts, and dark for the arrows ― for a modern look.

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Hearts & Arrows Hat: Bigger Love Version

Our love for the Hearts & Arrows Hat has only gotten bigger, thus, this worsted version has won our hearts. This stranded colorwork hat features a repeating design of hearts and arrows. Bigger arrows and bigger hearts make this hat perfect for Valentine’s Day.

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Lapis Pullover

Sometimes, especially in cold gloomy winter, nothing is better than getting home from work and pulling on a cozy sweater, especially if that sweater has thumbholes and a kangaroo pocket. This warm sweater is destined to become your new favorite.

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