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Miranda Jollie


Miranda Jollie is a knit designer living in London, UK. She has been knitting since she was a child and starting designing a few years ago. Designing provides a welcome change from her day job, as a lawyer specializing in criminal law. She designs for magazines and yarn companies in both the US and the UK. You can find out more about her and her designs on Ravelry http://www.ravelry.com/designers/miranda-jollie and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mirandajollieknitting.

Projects by Miranda Jollie


Bougainvillea Flower Scarf

Stroll the scenic route or enjoy a breeze from the balcony with the Bougainvillea Scarf. Inspired by the warm weather, this cool-cotton scarf has the color and pattern reminiscent of the Bougainvillea flower.

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Lola Hair Scarf

This geometric lace pattern is the versatile accessory that you’ve secretly been wanting to try. Tapered at either end, you can use it as an ordinary scarf or a hair scarf with multiple styling options.

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Ruffled Feathers Scarf

Lace feathers and leaves throughout this scarf make it an exquisite accessory for the girl on the go. Lightweight and flirty, this scarf is definitely one you’ll be able to wear throughout the seasons.

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Sunblock Infinity Scarf

Add a splash of color to your life and maybe a few new techniques to your knitting skills. This infinity scarf is worked seamlessly with interlocking stockinette triangles.

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Noveau Year Wrap

Go for the art deco allure this New Year’s Eve with a luxurious accessory in a soft, glistening lace weight yarn. This wrap is finished off with with beaded edges for an extra touch of glamor.

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Lime Wedge Trinket Baskets

Brighten up your home with these cheerful, citrus-inspired trinket baskets. Worked in the round from the bottom up, you can make them any size you like. They are perfect for knitting notions, jewelry, or all those bits and pieces you need to keep surfaces tidy.

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Desert Dreams Beanie

Inspired by nature, this top-down slouchy hat uses decreases and eyelets to mimic a spiral-shaped cactus. In one skein of luxury natural yarn, it’s much easier to make than it looks!

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