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Heart of Hearts Mittens

Simple, yet colorful, these classic thrummed mittens are worked from the cuff up, on a neutral background, with three alternating shades of colorful thrums. Easy enough for a first-time thrummer, this is a traditional pattern you’ll come back to again and again. Great as a last minute gift, there’s plenty of room for adaptation with this pattern. For a tonal look, work the mittens using shades of the same color for the thrums and background, or go wild with a random assortment of mixed colors! The thrums create a fuzzy lining on the inside which makes these mittens extra cozy.

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Caley Fisherman’s Rib Scarf 

If you’re in need of a quick and easy scarf pattern and you want to try out the trendy and classic Fisherman’s Rib, Caley is the scarf for you. The vertical stripes and two-color rib that’s reversible is easy to love and easy to knit while watching TV.

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Alanna Shadow Stripe Cardigan 

The Alanna Shadow Stripe Cardigan is a unique take on classic striped cardigans. The broad stripes down the body and arms are worked by using as the main color a toning DK and Lace yarn, for the stripe a contrasting lace strand is used which creates a shadow like stripe against the DK yarn.

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Shayna Shrug

Shayna is an exploration in subtle stitch patterns and beginner friendly knits. The shrug is a simple, large rectangle knit flat in an easy twist stitch pattern with a thick seed stitch border on the top and bottom edges. It’s then folded in half and seamed up the sides, stopping short of the fold to make the armholes. Lastly, the sleeve borders are added by picking up around the armholes and knitting in seed stitch in the round for a few inches.

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Raven Plaid Poncho

Two rectangles sewn together create this poncho for an easy addition to your fall wardrobe. Shown in black with white, the option to create a white with black version can be seen in the second swatch. Knit one of these ponchos in just two weekends!

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Mindy Reversible Beanie

This two-tone beanie is right on trend and utilizes a technique that beginners will find a suitable challenge to build their skills. The beanie starts with a provisional cast on, is knit as a tube in one color and then shaped towards the crown to create a traditional beanie. To finish the second half of your new accessory, the hat is then picked up along the provisional cast on and the same thing is done to the other side in a contrasting color. Once finished, one side is turned inside and the brim is folded over, making a 100 percent reversible beanie with a contrast brim.

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Bronwyn Chunky Headband

Worked in the round using three strands of yarn held together, this warm, chunky headband is the perfect autumn and winter accessory. We’ve paired three natural colors of undyed wool to create the two-tone background, with bold chocolate stripes. A complementary fleece lining makes the headband extra cozy, while adding another shade of natural color. The piece is finished off with a dark brown tie in the front, adding a touch of character and interest to the design.

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