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Plaid Personality Brioche Scarf

Plaid Personality is a brioche marvel! What makes this scarf truly special is the reversible syncopated four-color brioche design. Color changes are preceded by a group of garter stitches which make this syncopating process easier to remember. Get ready to find your plaid personality!

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Golden Hour Fair Isle Scarf

Have fun mixing and matching your favorite colors in this one-of-a-kind pattern. Knit in the round and starting with 1×1 ribbing, you’ll work the fair isle pattern and finish it off with another 1 x 1 rib edge. The wrong side is conveniently hidden inside the scarf, so there’s no need to worry — no matter how you style it, the scarf will always look its best!

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Woodsy Hoodsy Toddler Vest

Woodsy Hoodsy is the perfect item for fall and winter days. Featuring a vibrant buffalo plaid, cute wooden buttons and of course, a hood, this piece is easy to layer with other items in your kid’s wardrobe. It’s the ideal warm, but not-to-fussy piece they’ll love to wear.

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Black Bear Baby Sweater

Mama bear loves her baby bear in this sweet little dress. Featuring colorwork on both the front and back, as well as contrasting ribbing at the hem, sleeves and collar, this adorable dress will look oh-so-cute on your little one.

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Pillow to Pine For

A fun, unusual technique forms the distinct pine needle edging on this cabin-inspired pillow. Beaded berry sprays and pine branches surround a dimensional Pinecone made with clusters of knit stitches to create the cozy design.

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Nordic Shore Capelet

This capelet is inspired by traditional sweaters with fair isle yokes. And just like traditional fair isle patterns, no more than two colors are used in a row at any one time. The end result is a stunning piece you’ll want to wear all season long.

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River Valley Tunic

The flowing fit of this tunic is both flattering and chic, resulting in a top that promises to become your go-to fall fashion statement. The body panels are worked from bottom to top, while the sleeves are worked flat.

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