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Festive Unicorn of the Sea Sweater

Narwhals are great, but have you seen a narwhal wearing a Santa hat? Now you have! This festive little narwhal takes the original Unicorn of the Sea Sweater from February 2018 and adds on an adorable Santa hat. Made with the intarsia technique and worked flat from the bottom up, this whimsical sweater is a must-have project for the holidays.

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Bonfire Plaid Blanket

Don’t be intimidated by a bold, plaid pattern! This Bonfire Plaid Blanket is surprisingly simple to create. Using an easy rectangular shape, watch as slip stitches and horizontal garter stripes come together to create a delightful plaid pattern right before your eyes.

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Little Fox Sweater

This little fox is here to make your little one giggle with glee! Perfect for a classroom party day or any day of the week, this fox sweater is bound to become a well-loved piece in her wardrobe.

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Rose Tea Cozy

This cute and functional tea cozy is the perfect way to bring an on-trend color into your home — plus, it stash buster. Knit in two pieces, then seamed at the top and bottom, this is a super approachable project and a great introduction for for those learn to cable.

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Nicholas Brioche Plaid Scarf

The main feature of the Nicholas Scarf is the rectangular checks in different shades of blue, with just a little hint of white and red to add color and separate the rows of checks. Being worked in brioche stitch, the scarf is perfectly reversible and the colorwork is made using only one color at a time. Nicholas makes the perfect gift for the city traveler on your list.

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Eve Slippers

Sweet little slippers are a wonderful gift for Christmas, quick to knit and suitable for all generations. She’ll love the little bows on these sweet and versatile slippers. P.S. If you make a pair for yourself, these slippers will keep you warm as you wrap gifts on Christmas Eve!

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