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Melissa Metzbower


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Melissa Metzbower, of That Metzbower Girl Designs, has enjoyed knitting since her college days. Her full time job is that of Motherhood, but when she has a free moment, she loves to design. When not knitting, you can find her gardening, beekeeping, or reading to her young children.
Find her on Ravelry at melissa-metzbower and on twitter at @mmetzbower

Projects by Melissa Metzbower


Happy Hues Baby Cardigan

I’m a big fan of bright happy colors on babies ― and a sweater that will match multiple outfits is even better! Choose whatever color palette you love! Make this baby sweater as crazy or subdued as you like! As a bonus, this is a great stashbusting project. The stripes use less than 50 grams each.

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Swarming Boot Cuffs

This boot cuff takes the image of a honeybee swarm and materializes it into a wearable work of art! This stitch, appropriately named “Bee Stitch” is a stretchy, squishy, dense fabric that holds its shape. The fabric looks like thousands of tiny bees waiting to take flight!

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Piper Gull Stitch Cabled Cowl

Simple, but sophisticated, this cowl can go from the morning commute to dressing up for an evening out. The stitch pattern is easy enough for an adventurous beginner, but challenging enough for a pro.

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Lime Breeze Cover Up

After soaking up some sun on the nice warm sand, throw this cover up on and go grab a drink on the boardwalk! It’s fun to make and simple to wear — just cross in front and slip a strap over each shoulder.

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Cheerful Chick Basket

With adorable wing and beak details, this felted chick basket is perfect for Easter morning. With just a bit of felt and feathers, you can easily create a unique basket that your kids will cherish for years to come.

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Right Direction Cowl

This squishy, colorful cowl gives the wearer a sense of being wrapped in cozy luxury. Quick and easy, it is worked in the round with a simple Fair Isle arrow pattern. This is a great pattern to use up your leftover yarn since only 50 grams are needed for the contrasting colors.

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Botanical Bliss Hanging Baskets

Botanical Bliss Hanging Baskets

Hanging baskets are a trendy way to add a little greenery to your home. You will soon become addicted to growing your own herbs and flowers right in your window with these easy-to-knit baskets. Make another set to use as regular nesting baskets to organize your kitchen, living room or bedroom.

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Blue Spruce Mug Cozy

Your cup of coffee or tea will stay warm while you sip it in this stylish Green Spruce Mug Cozy. The cozy is worked from the bottom up, in the round, using less than half a skein of yarn. Make one for yourself and one for a friend! These make excellent stocking stuffers.

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Happy Hues Baby Cardigan

I’m a big fan of bright happy colors on babies ― and a sweater that will match multiple outfits is even better! Choose whatever color palette you love! Make this baby sweater as crazy or subdued as you like! As a bonus, this is a great stashbusting project. The stripes use less than 50 grams each.

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