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Shayna Shrug

Shayna is an exploration in subtle stitch patterns and beginner friendly knits. The shrug is a simple, large rectangle knit flat in an easy twist stitch pattern with a thick seed stitch border on the top and bottom edges. It’s then folded in half and seamed up the sides, stopping short of the fold to make the armholes. Lastly, the sleeve borders are added by picking up around the armholes and knitting in seed stitch in the round for a few inches.

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Esme Half-Zip Sweater

This project is bound to be the most used sweater in everyone’s handmade wardrobe this season! Utilizing a textured or boucle yarn, a sherpa-like fabric is created. In tandem with clever construction techniques, the finished project will look just like your favorite on-trend fleeces. The sweater is knit top-down yoke-style. Yoke is knit flat for 4-5’’ then joined and knit in the round before dividing for sleeves, leaving a pre-made collar without any steeking required! The zipper is sewn on afterwards and the kangaroo pouch is knit separately then stitched on.

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Bay Scallop Beach Tote

This fun tote bag is perfect for a day at the beach, while also being versatile enough for everyday use. The pattern uses a variety of textured stitches and simple colorwork to illustrate a seashell that has been washed ashore by incoming waves. 

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Joy of Lace Scarf

Blocks of lace in muted jewel tones come together in this scarf that is warm and fun to twirl. Color blocking is made fun by working a lovely lace stitch throughout the entire scarf and finished off with chunky tassels.

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The Wear Everywhere Tank

The Wear Everywhere Tank is a close-fitting top with eye-catching details. With features like a high neck, cable collar, buttoned keyhole back and a lace bottom edge, this tank is anything but boring. Great for layering and great for spring, you’ll be wearing this tank … well, everywhere.

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Sweet Cinnamon Wrap

Wrap yourself up to keep cozy as we head into fall and winter. This wrap is a fantastic project for newer knitters, and a great introduction to charts and patterns since the pattern always builds on the rows beneath it in a predictable way. Featuring the Cascade Yarns Aereo in Provence (just like the Harvest Poncho pattern also in this issue), this is one of our favorites for the new season.

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Alyssum Wrap

Alyssum, named for the sweet alyssum flower that grows in the fall, is a beautiful pattern for a wrap which is double sided (both sides look similar) and stays flat. Adding fringe to both ends adds to the beauty of the design and helps it drape like a waterfall of color.

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