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Solara Swoncho

Solara takes advantage of the color transitions in a self-striping yarn that creates a sunset color background for a simple geometric colorwork pattern. The entire garment is worked bottom up, in the round, utilizing steeks for the deep split hemline and sleeve openings. After cutting the steeks and seaming the shoulders, sleeves and neck stitches are picked up and knit in the round in a broken rib pattern. Finally, fringe is attached to the side slits to highlight the deep slip hemline and to add a boho detail to this garment.

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Sienna Tank

The Sienna Tank is one of those everyday garments that you can easily throw on and be comfy in, yet still stylish enough to embellish any outfit with a sophisticated and simple flair. The I-cord edgings at the arm openings, hem and cowl neck add a touch of sophistication, while the A-line shaping makes it incredibly flattering.

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Illianna Colorwork Sweater

An abstract landscape painting in beautiful earth tones decorates the front of Illianna, which is designed with a loose, relaxed fit, lush turtleneck and modified drop-shoulder shape. The hems and turtleneck are worked in double ribbing and the colorwork of the front is made with the intarsia method, with the back and sleeves in stockinette stitch. The sweater is worked flat in pieces from the bottom up and sewn together. We can’t wait to see your versions if this incredible piece!

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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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Orchard Pullover

orchard pullover

This fitted raglan pullover is the perfect cover-up for cooler summer nights and can be worn well into fall. This pattern is worked bottom up and features a delicate blossom pattern and three-quarter length sleeves.

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Thalia Cardigan

The generous shape of this long open-front cardigan creates a cozy fit with classic appeal. Thalia features an all-over textured pattern and a shawl collar worked in reverse stockinette stitch, creating beautifully rolled edges. This cardigan is the perfect casual piece for when you just want to be cozy and cute.

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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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Sadie Wide Neck Sweater

Sadie is a loose V-neck sweater that can be worn on the edges of the shoulders or pulled up if needed. Front and back constructions are symmetrical, with a cable pattern worked at the sides and in the center, split in half to shape the V-neck. 

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