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Raven Plaid Poncho

Two rectangles sewn together create this poncho for an easy addition to your fall wardrobe. Shown in black with white, the option to create a white with black version can be seen in the second swatch. Knit one of these ponchos in just two weekends!

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Esme Half-Zip Sweater

This project is bound to be the most used sweater in everyone’s handmade wardrobe this season! Utilizing a textured or boucle yarn, a sherpa-like fabric is created. In tandem with clever construction techniques, the finished project will look just like your favorite on-trend fleeces. The sweater is knit top-down yoke-style. Yoke is knit flat for 4-5’’ then joined and knit in the round before dividing for sleeves, leaving a pre-made collar without any steeking required! The zipper is sewn on afterwards and the kangaroo pouch is knit separately then stitched on.

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Mystic Mountains Scarf

This eye-catching, color block scarf is knit in a bias garter stitch and the result is a completely reversible accessory that is fun and meditative to make. The zigzag stitch pattern doesn’t require any complicated techniques to achieve its striking look — just the use of simple short rows, increases and decreases. Extremely versatile and easy to customize, this pattern works well with virtually any yarn, especially gradient and hand-dyed yarns, since bias garter stitch is the perfect canvas to display color variations to the greatest possible effect.

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Plaid Prep Scarf

A plaid scarf is classic, timeless and goes with everything. This scarf may look complex but the knitting is done with only one color at a time. The vertical stripes are created with slip-stitch crochet after the knitting is complete.

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Waves of Grain Pillow

Add some texture and a hint of color to your home this fall. The main section of this pillow begins with a provisional cast on and knit in one rectangle. The i-cord edging in a variegated yarn adds the subtle pop of color.

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