Tag: Medium Weight


Sleepy Bunny Sweater

Get baby ready for the Easter Bunny with this soft raglan sweater featuring contrasting color ribbing and a sleepy bunny applique. This cozy pattern is so adorable, we’re tempted to make a larger version for ourselves!

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Daffodil Ruffled Cardigan

This long-sleeved, ruffled-edge cardigan is cropped to fit well over a little girl’s full skirted dress, but you could easily lengthen the body if desired. The fun yellow ruffles capture the exuberance and joy of spring. And did we mention, it’s great for twirling in?

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Dandelion Stitch Easter Dress

The dandelion stitch across the chest of this dress really makes it unique. Perfect for Easter Sunday, pair this pink and white dress with a cardigan for cooler Easter mornings. A simple purled edge to the neck and arms give this dress just the right amount of comfort and class.

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Parodia Sweater

An oversized sweater in a lace pattern is just right for a boho-chic look! Named after Parodia cacti which has blooming yellow flowers, this sunny green top is the perfect breezy piece to add to your closet.

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Rheya Raffia Bag

Three innovative techniques are used to create this beachy textured bag. An easy two-row repeat creates a thick, luxurious feel and sturdy structure that we know you’ll love. The clever knit cord and new knit around a metal ring technique look exactly like crochet but are easily made with simple knitting stitches.

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Yours Truly Baby Hoodie

This pint-sized cardigan is sure to be a hit this Valentine’s Day – it’s the perfect layering piece! It features a separating zipper, heart colorwork and a hood. Your little one will look absolutely adorable in this must-have hoodie.

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Heart on My Sleeve Pullover

A navy and white striped pullover is a wardrobe classic. The bright red heart on the left shoulder adds a touch of whimsy that takes this sweater beyond basic. This raglan pullover is knit in separate pieces and sewn together. The heart is worked from a chart using the intarsia technique.

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Granny’s Garden Tee: Camellia Version

This is a fresh take on the Granny’s Garden Tee from April 2016 issue of I Like Knitting. By using only two colors, omitting the picot edge and presenting the flower-head’s in a row, Granny’s Garden is now available with two styling options. And what’s more, it’s two patterns in one!

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Marley Crewneck

This long sleeved, drop shoulder crewneck uses travelling stitches to mimic the ripples of water on a lake. The design works equally well for a man or a woman, and gives the visual interest of cables without the weight. Sleeves are in a simpler but coordinating pattern of raised lines to keep the focus on the body and to speed the knitting!

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