Tag: One Month Pattern

Adventure Blanket

Embrace warmth throughout the year with this cozy blanket. Knitted flat, it begins with a 2×2 rib edge, transitions into the Adventure pattern, and concludes with another 2×2 rib edge. The pattern repeat is flexible, allowing customization to your preferred size. Note that altering the size may impact yarn usage. If needed, switch to larger needles for the Fair Isle section to maintain gauge. Crafted with undyed, 100 percent Peruvian Highland Wool, this blanket is not only comforting but also an earth friendly addition to your collection.

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Vintage Variegated Stripes Polo Sweater

The Vintage Variegated Stripes Polo Sweater introduces a captivating play of colors using variegated yarn. Overcoming the challenge of maintaining stitchwork clarity with variegation, this design creatively employs double stranding with different solid colors. The sweater is worked in the round, starting from the bottom and featuring raglan-style sleeve caps. Explore the artful synergy of variegated and solid yarns, resulting in a unique and visually striking polo sweater.

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Alexis Diamond Lattice Shawl

The design is a top down, triangular shawl knit in lace weight yarn. The inspiration for this design has been the acorn lattice stitch pattern with a beautiful raised, grid-like lattice structure. The shawl begins with the garter tab, followed by a plain garter stitch body and ends with the acorn lattice stitch pattern for the border. The stitch pattern is suitable for advanced beginner and intermediate knitters. Knit in lightweight yarn, the shawl makes for a cozy all-weather wear and is bound to become a special one in your wardrobe!

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Dashing Lines Poncho

Inspired by modern strip quilt patterns, this poncho is worked in stockinette stitch and intarsia colorwork to create a bold and dramatic garment. The poncho evokes a more casual feel when it’s worn traditionally with the point in front. Worn reversed with the draped edge at the neck, the drama intensifies. The poncho is worked flat, overlapped and stitched together.

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Rose Patch Scarf

Rose Patch is a reversible winter scarf wishing for spring. Knit in the round to create a double layer, each “patch” is built on the previous one in the stranded colorwork method. The scarf combines three graphic patchwork designs: a rose, veins of the leaves and thorns because, just as in life, you can’t have a rose without a few thorns!

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Bubble Knit Wrap

This eye-catching wrap features colorful marled circles that are an easy alternative to intarsia colorwork. Here’s how it works: rather than using separate bobbins for each area of color, the main color is carried throughout the entire pattern and is marled together with the contrasting yarn of each circle. The end result is a gorgeous wrap that will be treasured for years to come.

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Helena Cable Cardigan

An ornamental cable in the middle unifies this cardigan like a spine in the back of the body and seed stitch columns and ribbing surround the main cable. The body of the cardigan is knit in pieces and seamed together. This cardigan is intended to be worn with a 2.5” – 6.5” positive ease for comfortable wear.

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Lillee Boatneck Sweater

Lillee is a simply constructed pullover sweater with a boatneck neckline. It is knit in the round from the bottom up until divided at the armholes. The front and back are then worked flat separately, and the shoulders are grafted together. The sleeves are worked in the round from the bottom up to preserve the delicate scalloped edging created by slipped stitches in the design, and then each sleeve is grafted or seamed to the arm hole. With an easy, all-over lace pattern and simple construction, this sweater will ease you into knitting for spring.

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