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Joy of Lace Scarf

Blocks of lace in muted jewel tones come together in this scarf that is warm and fun to twirl. Color blocking is made fun by working a lovely lace stitch throughout the entire scarf and finished off with chunky tassels.

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Winter Sunset Tie Dye Scarf

Tie dye is back and we wanted to get in on the fun. While there are a variety of painted and variegated yarns that provide a “tie dye” effect when knitted up, this scarf is different. What makes this scarf special is that it’s actually tie dyed! Knit the simple scarf first, then tie dye it using traditional twisting and tying techniques. The result is a scarf that is uniquely yours.

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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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Crazy Daisy Cowl

Knitted as a tube in the round, the Crazy Daisy is a charming, Moebius cowl. It’s double layer makes it extra warm so it’s the perfect companion for windy evenings or chilly winter nights. Before seaming, bold daisies are embroidered onto the project, and then the tube is twisted for an additional swirl before joining into a circle.

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Knot to Worry Hat

Let us introduce you to effortless fall style. This beautiful hat is elegance at its finest and it’s perfect for blocking out those chilly autumn breezes. The edge of this trendy knotted hat is a 1×1 ribbing and is grafted together after tying a knot, with stitches picked up in the round to form the crown. The coolest part? The stitches at the knot were not picked up, but rather cast on separately and then sewn seamlessly into the crown making them look like part of the knot. Pretty neat!

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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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Harvest Poncho

Two rectangles are sewn together to create this poncho. The pattern is completely reversible and starts and ends with a 2×2 ribbing edge. This poncho is cozy and warm and features the Cascade Yarns Aereo in Provence just like the Sweet Cinnamon Scarf!

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