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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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Penny Purse Organizer

Penny is a cleverly constructed, sturdy organizer that keeps important items within easy reach in the middle of your tote bag. Keys can be attached to the keyring tab and the phone partition safely separates the phone from all items in the bag. Pockets on the front can hold smaller items like lip balm, mini hand sanitizer bottle, gum and other essentials. Keep track of everything you need with this handy tote organizer.

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Falabella Reversible Beret

Utilizing simple hat shaping techniques, this reversible striped beret is an easy, entertaining knit. Work your first beret from the top-down using alternating stripes of natural boucle and a jewel tone fingering yarn. Then flow directly into the contrasting beret, using the same boucle and a different shade of contrasting color. Finish them off with a crown bobble on each hat and you’re all set with your new reversible fashion accessory.

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Bubble Knit Wrap

This eye-catching wrap features colorful marled circles that are an easy alternative to intarsia colorwork. Here’s how it works: rather than using separate bobbins for each area of color, the main color is carried throughout the entire pattern and is marled together with the contrasting yarn of each circle. The end result is a gorgeous wrap that will be treasured for years to come.

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Avonlea Headband

An easy, relaxing knit, this tightly cabled headband is worked in one piece, with no seaming. Beginning with a closed cast on and finished with Kitchener Stitch, you’ll love knitting up lots of these pretty headbands in all sorts of colors.

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Aitne Poncho

A simple poncho worked with classic Irish shaping, this project is great for advanced beginners or as a relaxing project on long commutes. It’s worked in a wide garter/stockinette rib pattern to create perpendicular lines of symmetry across the body, with a squishy cowl neck and picot bind off for a final feminine touch.

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Kimia Knit Headband

These easy, shaped headbands are worked in two halves, each started with a closed cast on, then grafted together over a plastic headband insert. A flat tube of Stockinette Stitch is then twisted into a mobius knot and grafted in place in the center, for a playful finish. A quick day project, you’ll enjoy knitting up lots of these fun accessories in different colors, or making matching headbands for all your friends! These sun-and-sea-inspired headbands are perfect for adding a whimsical, summertime flair to your look. Each skein of Universal Yarns Bamboo Pop is enough to make five colorful headbands. Pair with your favorite flowy dress for a free-spirited look.

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Peyton Knit Throw

This classic throw features a simple repeating waffle stitch for a cozy, textured addition to your collection of blankets. Peyton is worked in one piece, then accented with tassels and finished off with playful yarn fur circles.

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