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Mod Maze Pillow

mod maze pillow

These green rounds capture the essence of a summer stroll through a freshly manicured lawn. Worked flat from the center out, this throw pillow is a great way to learn construction techniques to help you level up your knitting skills.

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Cables and Welts Hat

Two large welts make up the bulk of this design, laying open atop the crown only to flow closed as they approach the neck. Surrounding them are eight evenly spaced cables. Three stitches wide, they cable in an uneven but interesting manner, lending character to the warm and squishy yarn.

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Pineapple Shawl

Pineapples have historically symbolized hospitality and to this day are found adorning the gates and walkways of important homes. Adorned with three dozen pineapples of its own, this fun shawl should make you feel right at home whenever you wear it.

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Mod Maze Pillow

mod maze pillow

These green rounds capture the essence of a summer stroll through a freshly manicured lawn. Worked flat from the center out, this throw pillow is a great way to learn construction techniques to help you level up your knitting skills.

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Maritime Cardigan

This pretty top down cardigan is worked in lightweight machine washable yarn. Twisted stitches are used to create a panel of medallions on the back and at the front edges of the sweater, with stockinette stitch at the body sides and for the short sleeves. It’s the perfect cover up for summertime fun with your little one!

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Dad’s Dress Socks

These dressy men’s socks are worked top down with a ribbed cuff and an easy staggered purl ridge stitch pattern on the leg and instep. A traditional slip stitch heel flap and gusset transition into the foot, where the sole and toe are worked in comfortable stockinette stitch.

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Autumn Bloom Socks

When plain stockinette stitch socks are too easy but lace or cables feel out of reach, a knitter might need a stepping stone, such as this cuff-down sock that makes use of twisted stitches. While these stitches may look complex to work, they are actually quite simple, just as the charts are simple to read.

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Cables and Welts Hat

Two large welts make up the bulk of this design, laying open atop the crown only to flow closed as they approach the neck. Surrounding them are eight evenly spaced cables. Three stitches wide, they cable in an uneven but interesting manner, lending character to the warm and squishy yarn.

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