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Illusion Knitting Blanket

The illusion knitting method (or shadow knitting) is based on alternate double rows in two colors. The motif is formed in color 1 by the change from garter to stockinette stitch (and vice versa in color 2). The relief structure this creates is only visible when viewed from an angle.

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Knit up a travel buddy with this summer top!

From: The August 2017 issue of I Like Knitting
Skill level: Intermediate

The perfect summer knit top can be elusive, but we think we’ve cornered it in Diane Zangl’s Travel Bug Top.

Knit up this top in your favorite summer color and take it with you on all of your adventures. It’s a great layer over

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Capture the beauty of the Sonoran Desert with this pretty bag!

From: The August 2017 issue of I Like Knitting
Skill level: Intermediate

Glory in the rich colors of the Southwest with this handy, fun-to-knit bucket bag. The Sonoran Desert Bucket Bag is a bright accessory that will complement your summer wear beautifully.

This bag is designed to carry a big load, whether you take it to the

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How to Knit the Double Seed Stitch

Looking for a simple way to add intriguing texture to your knitted pieces? This variation of the traditional seed stitch creates larger “seeds” by stacking knit and purl stitches. It might sound complicated, but we promise it’s simple to master! Before you begin, just make sure you cast on an even number of stitches in multiples of 4 to create a beautiful project rich with texture.

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