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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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Gloria Mittens

The Gloria Mittens are the result of mixing Japanese stitch motifs with Bavarian Twist techniques. Knit in a light pink, the details of these mitts really shine for the girly girl on your list.

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December Dreaming Stocking

Santa will love stuffing gifts into this ornate stocking! Featuring a multitude of colorwork techniques including stranded knitting, intarsia and even a little bit of duplicate stitch — this project is bound to hold your interest. This stocking also uses the unique “hat heel” construction, which means you start the stocking at the heel rather than working from cuff to the toe. With delicate snowflakes and whimsical trees, this project will make Christmas morning fun for years to come!

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Cabin Morning Coat

This lovely coat is easy to wear and flattering to boot — and just what you need for lounging by the campfire! It is also a study in joining techniques, with picked up stitches, kitchener stitch and a two-needle bind off.

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