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Flicka Cardigan

Flicka is an open-front, top-down raglan cardigan with an all-over pattern. It features loose, flowing poet sleeves and a big shawl collar. Designed to have an oversized fit, this classic piece is the chic, grandpa sweater you’ve been searching for.

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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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Pink Lemonade Cardigan

As refreshing and classic as pink lemonade in the summertime, this cardigan is a great piece for layering. With relaxed fit, set-in sleeves and slightly gathered sleeve caps, this cardigan is an instant pick me up.

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Soft Contrast Cardigan

Longline cardigans are the perfect casual piece to have on hand for quick trips out of the house or cozying up with a cup of coffee. This cardigan utilizes marling yarn for a nice blocked look to create the soft contrast between the cream and the black. Try colored marling yarn for a similar and vibrant effect.

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