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Mead Cabled Vest

Mead is a cropped, relaxed fit, turtleneck vest worked in a soft, worsted weight yarn featuring beautiful, striking cables. It is meant to be worn with 2-8” of positive ease. “Mead” means “from the meadow” and the rows of cables remind us of rows of flowers and flowing fields.

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Sloane Linen Beach Cardigan

Introducing the beach cardigan: Sloane is the official layer of summer sunsets. 100% linen yarn makes a perfectly weathered texture and Qunice & Co’s Kestrel does not disappoint. The ribbon structure of this yarn adds a slight texture to simple knit and purl stitches. Not only does this yarn knit up quickly at 4 stitches per inch, the resulting fabric has incredible drape and gets better with every wash and wear. An easy fit you can wear off the shoulder for casual shoreline strolls. The cardigan is worked in rows from bottom up. Both front ribbing bands are continued and worked until a three-needle bind off combines at the center back neck. After a few shaping short rows, the sleeves are worked in-the-round down to the cuffs.

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Zaya Tied Tank

With flirty tie-straps and playful pleats, this tank guarantees you’ll have sun-kissed shoulders. Zaya is designed with a square neck and a lush cable pattern that forms a smocked body. The bodice is worked with 4×2 ribbing. The back and fronts are worked flat from the bottom up and sewn together. First, the pleated peplum is worked from waist to bottom, then the bodice is worked bottom up. This tangerine tank brightens any mood.

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Sadie Wide Neck Sweater

Sadie is a loose V-neck sweater that can be worn on the edges of the shoulders or pulled up if needed. Front and back constructions are symmetrical, with a cable pattern worked at the sides and in the center, split in half to shape the V-neck. 

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Lidia Tied Fringe Shawl

A winged shawl designed big enough to be folded in the shoulders and tied around the waist for extra warmth. The addition of a double knot fringe along the top edge brings additional originality to the piece. The combination of cotton and linen will provide texture, lightness, rusticity and a subtle shine. Mostly knitted in basic double seed/moss stitch, the shawl is reversible and ends with a simple eyelet pattern.

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