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Tawny Sweater Blazer

Cardigans: cozy. Blazers: polished. Why not combine the two and look put together while still being snuggly and warm? This cardigan features knitted lapels like a blazer, but it’s a bit oversized and bulky to keep you cozy all winter long. Belt the middle for a more work-ready look.

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Sorrel Tartan Cardigan

Sorrel features two different tartan patterns in warm earthy tones which blend together to create this stunning cardigan. The pattern of the left front and sleeve is actually a stripe pattern, which is then embroidered with vertical lines to mimic tartan. The pattern of the right front and sleeve is worked in stranded colorwork. The back is in solid
color in stockinette stitch. The comfortable cardigan has a relaxed shape and modified drop shoulder sleeves, button bands and a collar, which are worked in single ribbing. The back and fronts are worked flat from the bottom up and sewn together. We promise that you’ll adore this striking piece!

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Rosalind Cabled Cardigan

Equestrian style comes alive with this classic cabled cardigan combining timeless style with everyday wear. Tiny cables form pleasing vertical columns for a flattering look. Each cable pattern has the same number of rows to make reading charts easier. A double column of knit stitches runs down each side seam to provide a visual break in the Moss and to make seaming easier. Rosalind is worked flat from the bottom up with set-in sleeves for a classic fit and ribbed edges. Designed to be worn a little on the loose side, this cardigan makes a perfect layering piece for fall.

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Ginger Gradient Cables Cowl

This cozy cowl shows off its beautiful gradient yarn with an interesting stitch pattern that is deceptively simple to work.
The design features basic garter stitch borders and an all-over cabled stitch pattern that was inspired by the “Crossed Loops” motif from KnittingStitchPatterns.com. The cowl’s flattering tapered shape is achieved by changing needle sizes while working, so there are no decreases to disrupt the slip stitch cables. However, it would be very easy to use one needle size throughout the project to make a straight cylindrical cowl instead. Either way, this fun design is a perfect canvas to let your favorite gradient yarns shine!

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Sparrow Mosaic Vest

Ready for a challenge? Let’s have some fun trying a bottom-up bias construction together with a colorwork mosaic pattern. The charted instructions, together with the written pattern will make an enjoyable and straightforward knit.

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Amandine Tank

Knit this easy-breezy tank for a burst of outfitting sunshine. Amandine is a fully buttoned v-tank with a combination of a mesh-like texture and stockinette. It is worked from the bottom up in one piece. Stitches for the button bands are picked up and worked at the end. Directions include two fits: comfort fit as shown which includes shaping from the hips to waist, and slim fit which is worked straight without shaping. Sure to become a layering favorite, this tank will go from warm weather escapes to casually cool evenings.

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Sandcastle Sampler Pillow

This summer pillow is a fun sampler of various knitting techniques, including seed stitch, stockinette, reverse stockinette, garter stitch, eyelets, and twisted traveling stitches. These techniques combine to create a sandcastle motif on the front of the cushion cover and a seashell motif bordered by wavy lines of eyelets and garter stitch on the back. In addition to featuring a wide variety of textural stitches, this design is also a great opportunity to gain experience at working from charts, because the pattern is fully charted.

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