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Your NEW February 2020 Issue is Ready!

Dear Knitting Enthusiast,

With the new year under way, it’s time to start on those knitting resolutions! Put aside your knitting fears and try out a new technique or two that you will use well into the future. Don’t worry, we’ll help you. The February 2020 issue of I Like Knitting includes several patterns that are

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The Winter Ridge Infinity Scarf is Pure Coziness

The I Like Knitting office is only a few miles from the shores of Lake Michigan. At 118 miles wide and over 900 feet deep, the lake is the fourth largest freshwater lake in the world. In the depths of winter, Lake Michigan is a frozen wonderland, with surreal ice formations and otherworldly landscapes.

What does

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Knit These Wool Adirondack Mountain Socks Today

Is there anything better than a warm, soft pair of socks on a cold winter morning? It certainly is easier to get out of bed when you have a nice layer of Merino wool between your feet and a chilly floor! On our days off, we love sliding these Adirondack Mountain Socks on from our

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65+ Nifty Gifts to Knit

Dear Knitting Enthusiast,

Here at I Like Knitting, we treasure these late fall and early winter days of dinners with friends and family, the warmth of a fireplace, and most of all, knitting! Wool socks, colorful hats, cozy scarves, adorable accessories, and nice cable pullovers are just some of what we’re making and sharing with you

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Knit a timeless cabled sweater you’ll wear all season

orchard pullover

Some sweaters just beg to be knitted, and the Orchard Pullover is one of them. Its traveling cables form a beautiful blossom pattern that’s enjoyable to knit and delightful to wear; you’ll reach for this pullover all through the cool months of the year.

Designer Olya Bagi has created another classic cabled pattern. Slim fitting and

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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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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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Candy apples aren’t just for eating

The Candy Apple Cable Scarf really packs a punch! There’s a lot going on in this pattern, and it all works together beautifully. Designer Quenna Lee is a creative force, and she brings texture to a new level here, with garter-stockinette cables, a reverse stockinette background, and a unique stranded-stitch border.

Quenna’s cable is a simple

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