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Tag: Cascade Yarns


Lemonade Cowl

The Lemonade Cowl combines simple knits and yarn-overs with basic decreases in a simple lace repeat. Perfect for quick, easy vacation knitting as well as a good introduction to lace. The cowl is long for a draped-scarf feel.

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Sheer Droplet Top

The Sheer Droplet top was inspired by the beads of condensation that form on and run down the sides of a glass of ice cold water on a hot day. The sheer panel up the back and at the front cowl neck are formed by dropped stitches that give an open and airy droplet effect.

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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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Diamond Trim Pullover

The Diamond Trim Pullover is an open and seamless cardigan worked mostly flat from the top down with short raglan sleeves. The design features an easy reversible lace pattern for the collar that, combined with the light mint yarn, makes this an essential summer cardigan.

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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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Loren Lace Cowl + Swatch

Loren is a light and lacy long loop cowl that can be worn long or wrapped twice around the neck for warmth when needed. The pattern features a long tail cast on, and then two main lace stitch patterns that are separated by thick panels of stockinette stitch. The stitch pattern features yarn overs, knit stitches, knit two together decreases, and passed over stitches. The lace section of the pattern is just a four row repeat.

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Lara Lace Shawl + Swatch

If lace is on your bucket list Lara is the pattern that will help you conquer a lace shawl!  All of the stitches used are fairly basic and the yarn is nice and thick which allows you to see your stitches easily, and the pattern builds on the previous row in a logical way so you can see where you are. Plus the pattern is very repetitive which means you’ll have it memorized in no time. 

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