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Skill Level: Beginner


Autumn’s True Stripes Scarf

Super snuggly scarves are fun, quick and easy to make with super bulky yarn. Use the seed stitch to create a bumpy fabric that will lay flat and won’t add extra bulk. Wrap a couple times around the neck for a big bold accessory or drape a single loop in front for a traditional scarf drape.

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Sweet Cinnamon Wrap

Wrap yourself up to keep cozy as we head into fall and winter. This wrap is a fantastic project for newer knitters, and a great introduction to charts and patterns since the pattern always builds on the rows beneath it in a predictable way. Featuring the Cascade Yarns Aereo in Provence (just like the Harvest Poncho pattern also in this issue), this is one of our favorites for the new season.

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With Flying Colors-Blocked Scarf

Simple is the name of the game and you’ll knit this scarf in no time at all. Great for scraps and for teaching new knitters, the chunks of color give off a modern vibe. Wrap this scarf a different way each time you wear it to highlight  a different color!

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Sun & Sea Shawl

This oversized scarf is knit entirely in garter stitch, making it a great TV or travel project. Follow the suggested stripe sequence or make up your own color scheme. Regular shaping makes it easy to customize this as your own.

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Dishes Are A Breeze Beginner Dishcloths

If you are a beginning knitter but are intimidated by the idea of trying new patterns and techniques, stop and relax, this is the perfect pattern to get you started. It’s really straight forward, doesn’t need a lot of yarn or different notions and you’ll probably finish it in less than a week. Finishing something gives such a sense of accomplishment and it’s good to have that at the start of your knitting journey.

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