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Skill Level: Advanced


Ingrid Sweater

The delicate and sophisticated stitch pattern, paired with luxurious alpaca/silk yarn, makes the Ingrid Sweater an instant classic. This intermediate sweater is the perfect piece to transition to fall weather.

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Ellie Tee

Ellie is a gorgeous tee knit in a dusty coral color that’s perfect for summer. With a boat neck construction and a leafy lace panel in the front and the back, this tee is an instant classic. Worked top down and in the round, this advanced pattern has stunning results. 

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Lead The Wave Welted Cowl

This welted cowl is knit in the round with a special two-needle welting technique that’s used to create attractive 3D elements. Small cowls like these are great for practicing new techniques. Plus, this accessory is ideal for weather in between seasons.

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Elderberry Leaves Cardigan

The charming lace pattern on this lightweight cardigan is fun and challenging to knit. The body and sleeve saddles are joined with a decorative I-cord edging for a finished, tailored look. Have a special button you’ve been waiting for just the right project? This may be it!

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Serene Sips Cardigan

We all love the bright colors of summer, but the Serene Sips Cardigan gives your wardrobe a nice balance with its calm, laid-back feeling. Plus, the intricate stitches look beautiful and will test your skills with a unique side-to-side and top-down construction.

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Winter Garden Gate Throw

This throw is inspired by the twisted lines and spirals of wrought iron ornamental work often found in garden gates. Knit in one piece with a moss stitch border, cables galore, and in a super soft yarn, this is the throw you’ll enjoy spending time on.

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Arizona Afghan

Channel a southwestern style with this bold afghan. Treat yourself to a single-panel afghan that emulates traditional desert design while you learn to work up this clever combination of linen stitch, stranded colorwork, slipped stitches and a dash of intarsia.

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