Skill Level: Easy


Maroon Bloom Baby Cardi

Count this baby bolero among this season’s essentials as you say goodbye to the warmer weather. The design features three-quarter raglan sleeves and a daisy chain trim, and it will be a must-have on those cooler days when your little one needs just a little extra coverage.

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England Awaits Scarf

With its gentle waves and airy spaces, this scarf will give you the confidence to travel to your dream destination. Knit this up for the friend headed abroad or to spice up your wardrobe for the summer season.

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Summer Rain Scarf

The delicate lace and pastel colors of this scarf embody the appearance of droplets that settle over the ground and collect on flower petals. The scarf is worked in two pieces and seamed in the center with a fun fringe on either end.

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Bow Tie Bonanza

Whether Dad is setting the trends himself or needs a little help with his fashion, knitting up a unique accessory for his formal wear is always a great gift option. You can adjust this pattern to fit his personal style by sampling different knit stitches and buttons with this easy, button-on bow tie set.

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Strawberry Wine Top

We can’t resist this top and its blushing hues of strawberry wine. Its small cap sleeves are designed to drape and flutter as you move, while the bodice is simply constructed, works up quickly, and showcases the oyster stitch. Enjoy the way its bulky cotton yarn allows for a beautiful fit for a relaxing summer evening.

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Orchid Tee

Orchid Tee

Add a bit of spice to this simple, wide-sleeved tank with one lacy sleeve. This is a great pattern for knitters wanting to try knitting a top for the first time. It’s elegant, but not too intimidating.

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Little Bunnies Foo Foo Hat

Keep your little one warm with this charming hat that features a delicate row of rabbits near its brim. Worked from the bottom up, this hat looks great both with and without a pom pom. After knitting the brim, stitches are increased for the body of hat and the needle size is changed before beginning the colorwork pattern.

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