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Lucy Puff Stitch Scarf

This lovely scarf is reversible with wrapped cluster puff stitches set against a background of marled seed stitch. This particular pattern has the puff stitches arranged in diagonal accent stripes, but they can easily be rearranged into an all-over pattern, horizontal stripes or any design that the knitter chooses. The pink and cream yarns create a soft, subtle contrast between the puff stitches and the textured background, but it would be simple to achieve a bolder look by using colors that contrast more strongly. The selvedge stitches of the scarf are worked as twisted slip-stitches for neat edges and the twisted fringe is added with a crochet hook after knitting for a decorative finish.

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Cassady Tunic

Cassady is a cheerful little tunic or dress shown in size 18 months (yellow) and 2 years (purple). This piece will grow with your little girl, and she will have fun wearing this for school or playtime with leggings, jeans or tights. It is versatile, colorful, and so much fun to knit!

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Oceana Tie Dye Socks

Knit a vanilla pair of socks in an undyed yarn and then tie dye them in the color of your choice! This pattern is nice and easy as it includes a Fleegle heel so there is no picking up of stitches required.

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Maren Leaves Tee

Wear your leaves on your sleeves with the Maren Leaves Tee! Worked from the top down, this tee begins with leafy lace panels for the shoulders and is made in a cotton and linen blend yarn that’s ideal for staying cool in warm weather.

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Mystic Mountains Scarf

This eye-catching, color block scarf is knit in a bias garter stitch and the result is a completely reversible accessory that is fun and meditative to make. The zigzag stitch pattern doesn’t require any complicated techniques to achieve its striking look — just the use of simple short rows, increases and decreases. Extremely versatile and easy to customize, this pattern works well with virtually any yarn, especially gradient and hand-dyed yarns, since bias garter stitch is the perfect canvas to display color variations to the greatest possible effect.

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Hidden Hearts Fair Isle Sweater

This fair isle sweater features a yoke with, you guessed it, hidden hearts amongst the intricate colorwork details. While Valentine’s Day is around the corner, this is a sweater you can knit and wear all winter with its trendy teal and burnt orange color pairing.

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Knot to Worry Hat

Let us introduce you to effortless fall style. This beautiful hat is elegance at its finest and it’s perfect for blocking out those chilly autumn breezes. The edge of this trendy knotted hat is a 1×1 ribbing and is grafted together after tying a knot, with stitches picked up in the round to form the crown. The coolest part? The stitches at the knot were not picked up, but rather cast on separately and then sewn seamlessly into the crown making them look like part of the knot. Pretty neat!

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Peak My Interest Scarf

The Peak My Interest knit scarf features colorful stripes through the center, woven dropped stitches on the sides, and embroidered peaks on the ends. All of these elements come together to make a unique scarf that’s sure to impress!

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