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15 Need-Now Patterns

Whether you’re enjoying winter knits or looking forward to spring fashion, this issue has something for you. Warm scarves and lightweight cardigans will have you ready for anything the seasons bring. They’re all yours as part of your I Like Knitting Gold Club membership!

Welcome to the February 2021 issue of I Like Knitting. This is

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These delicate, fingerless mitts are perfection for chilly days!

A lacy pattern with tiny nupps decorates Quenna Lee’s Mock Cabled Mitts.

Fingerless gloves are so helpful to ward off the chill, while still keeping your fingers free for knitting (or texting, typing, chopping wood—you get the picture!). These beauties will definitely help you fight off the winter blues while leaving your fingers unrestricted.

Quenna’s design is

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Add a spark of the Southwest to your home

Wrap yourself in the warmth of the Southwest. The Arizona Afghan embodies the beauty of the Arizona desert, with its energetic oranges, greens, and blues.

The Southwest motif appears before your eyes as you knit this one-panel combination of interesting stitch patterns. You’ll linen stitch, colorwork, and even a bit of intarsia.

Linen stitch makes up the

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These Cranberry Harvest Socks are comfortable and gorgeous.

Inspired by the gorgeous shade of perfectly ripe cranberries, these socks will delight anyone who enjoys knitting gorgeous patterns.

The Cranberry Harvest Socks stitch design is made up of simple increases and decreases, so even advanced-beginners who can follow a chart will be able to knit up this pretty pair.

Designer Penny Shumers is well-known for her

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Is it a hat or a cowl—knit up a convertible project!

This project includes a surprise for the wearer: it can be worn as a hat or a cowl! The convertible nature of this winter warmer stretches the wearing opportunities, which is always a wonderful feature in a knitted item.

2-1 Hot Cocoa Hat and Cowl is a marvelously simple knit, just 22 rows with super bulky

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Raindrops On Roses Baby Set

This is one project that’s on our list of favorite things. It can be on yours, too, when you join the I Like Knitting Gold Club today!

Who can forget the moment in The Sound of Music when Julie Andrews begins singing “My Favorite Things?” It might be one of the most well-known songs in movie

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