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Dishes Are A Breeze Beginner Dishcloths

If you are a beginning knitter but are intimidated by the idea of trying new patterns and techniques, stop and relax, this is the perfect pattern to get you started. It’s really straight forward, doesn’t need a lot of yarn or different notions and you’ll probably finish it in less than a week. Finishing something gives such a sense of accomplishment and it’s good to have that at the start of your knitting journey.

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Lara Lace Shawl + Swatch

If lace is on your bucket list Lara is the pattern that will help you conquer a lace shawl!  All of the stitches used are fairly basic and the yarn is nice and thick which allows you to see your stitches easily, and the pattern builds on the previous row in a logical way so you can see where you are. Plus the pattern is very repetitive which means you’ll have it memorized in no time. 

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Corey Colorwork Scarf + Swatch

Corey will challenge your color knowledge. Practice combining unusual color combinations or go with a tried and true selection. With a short pattern repeat, this colorwork pattern could be used on a hat or a pair of mitts to go with the scarf.

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Frozen Peony Socks

With simple cables, garter stitch, lace and a Fleegle heel, this design is easy, fun and doesn’t require picking up stitches to make its attractive heel! Don’t miss the classic original (the Adirondack Mountain Socks) from the December 2016 issue.

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Midwest Magnificence Colorwork Cowl

This cowl, perfect for the cold Midwestern weather, is covered with fun, colorful non-traditional fair isle designs, such as checkerboards, diamonds and chevron stripes. Based off of the classic Southwestern Splendor Colorwork Cowl, this project is worked in the round with deep, ribbed borders in a 2×2 rib. It can easily be made longer by casting on more stitches and the changing patterns and colors give the knitter enough of a challenge to keep it interesting.

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Joyful Hat & Cowl Set

Originally published as the Willow River Hat and Willow River Cowl, the two finally come together in a matching set that’s perfect for the joyful season ahead. Bright white buttons complete the festive look. This set is made for an adult, but roll up the brim a bit and it looks great on little ones too.

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