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Cabernet Crossbody Bag

A funky stitch, some superwash wool and a few vintage findings make this a quick weekend project. The strap can be a vintage piece of chain, a knit i-cord, a 5-stitch tunisian crochet rectangle or a ribbon. Use your stash of notions to make it your own.

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New Knit Henley Sweater

This Henley Sweater will be your new go-to for casual, feel-good style. With its oversized and boxy fit, it’s both a comfy and cuddly piece. Stitches for the Henley placket and the neckband are picked up around the neckline and give the sweater a beautiful finish.

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Hidden Hearts Fair Isle Sweater

This fair isle sweater features a yoke with, you guessed it, hidden hearts amongst the intricate colorwork details. While Valentine’s Day is around the corner, this is a sweater you can knit and wear all winter with its trendy teal and burnt orange color pairing.

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Daisy Chain Cowl

This torus (or donut) shaped cowl with an all-over daisy motif is perfect for ushering out cold weather in favor of the springtime. Worked entirely in stranded knitting, the cowl starts with a provisional cast on and is joined with Kitchener stitch. Finish off your piece with the duplicate stitch and you’ll be ready to don this stylish and playful piece. 

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Crazy Daisy Cowl

Knitted as a tube in the round, the Crazy Daisy is a charming, Moebius cowl. It’s double layer makes it extra warm so it’s the perfect companion for windy evenings or chilly winter nights. Before seaming, bold daisies are embroidered onto the project, and then the tube is twisted for an additional swirl before joining into a circle.

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Spotted Around Hat

This fun leopard print hat is a wonderful companion to the Spotted Around Scarf. The hat is knit in the round, from bottom up, starting with 1×1 rib brim, and continued with the leopard pattern for the body of the hat. Shown with an optional pom pom in both colors.

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Paw-some Hat

The Paw-some Hat is a wonderful companion to the dog’s cowl and human infinity scarf from the August 2020 issue. Plus, it shows the world just how much we love our furry friends! Knit in the round, from the bottom up and starting with 2×1 rib brim, you’ll love how quickly this pattern starts to whip into shape. 

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