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Leaf Lines Sweater

Leaf Lines is a close fitting, elegant sweater with added waist shaping for a flattering silhouette. The panels of diamond leaves down each sleeve add an extra feminine touch to this cozy fall sweater.

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Happy Hues Baby Cardigan

I’m a big fan of bright happy colors on babies ― and a sweater that will match multiple outfits is even better! Choose whatever color palette you love! Make this baby sweater as crazy or subdued as you like! As a bonus, this is a great stashbusting project. The stripes use less than 50 grams each.

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Stoughton Coffee Bean Scarf

What we today call the coffee break originated in Stoughton, WI in the late 19th century with the wives of Norwegian immigrants. The stripes (or color breaks) of this scarf represent the breaks from work normally associated with the term coffee break.  And the unevenness of the stripes represents the difference in the way coffee breaks are taken from company to company and office to office. Unroasted coffee beans are green in color, which was the inspiration for the yarn chosen for some of the stripes. Who knew knitting could teach us so many fun facts?

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Musquée de Provence Shawl

The Musquée de Provence Shawl is knit from top to bottom, starting with a garter tab cast on. Yarn over increases border the edges and frame the spine of this triangular shawl. Take a deep breath of cool autumn air with this shawl draped across your shoulders or wrapped around your neck. Multiple textures accentuate color changes through the shawl, including garter, stockinette, seed and ribbing stitches.

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Wee-B-Little Pumpkins

New knitters can create their own mini collection of Wee-B-Little pumpkins in traditional orange or a rainbow of heirloom colors. Knit a rectangle and seam it together to form a tiny pumpkin. Accent it with a twig for a bit of natural whimsy to decorate your home.

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Pumpkin Treat Bag

This felted Pumpkin Treat Bag is essential for Halloween trick-or-treating. The easy stitch pattern works up quickly, and the felting process adds strength to the design in order to hold as much candy as possible. Plus, the base of the pumpkin is set in so the pumpkin can be set on a post or sit flat on a step, perfect leaving candy out on the porch.

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