Skill Level: Easy


Sleepy Bunny Sweater

Get baby ready for the Easter Bunny with this soft raglan sweater featuring contrasting color ribbing and a sleepy bunny applique. This cozy pattern is so adorable, we’re tempted to make a larger version for ourselves!

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Daffodil Ruffled Cardigan

This long-sleeved, ruffled-edge cardigan is cropped to fit well over a little girl’s full skirted dress, but you could easily lengthen the body if desired. The fun yellow ruffles capture the exuberance and joy of spring. And did we mention, it’s great for twirling in?

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Saguaro Pillow

Featuring a single Saguaro cactus, the negative space around it echos the sparse vastness of the desert. The simple, clean construction of one large piece tapers to a point with a button hole. Since there is only one piece of colorwork in the pattern and only two colors, this is a fantastic project for beginners.

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Lapis Pullover

Sometimes, especially in cold gloomy winter, nothing is better than getting home from work and pulling on a cozy sweater, especially if that sweater has thumbholes and a kangaroo pocket. This warm sweater is destined to become your new favorite.

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Honey Bee Wrap

The Honey Bee Wrap is an arrow-shaped wrap, pointy at one end and V-shaped at the other end. It is knit in sections (like a sampler shawl) with some easy, mindless stitches like garter and stockinette, and interspersed with interesting sections of bobbles, honeycomb lace and stripes.

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Wild Honey Bag

The simple honeycomb shape of this bag is accented by a little knitted bee and is accessorized with a metal chain handle. The bag has a frame constructed from plastic canvas and is lined to finish it off nicely. A zip closure ensures nothing will fall out when you’re buzzing around town.

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