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Tag: Plymouth Yarn


Fiorella Lace & Cable Sweater

This is a wonderful classic sweater with a cable and lace panel worked on the center front and back. The same panel is worked on the sleeves for added visual interest. This lovely piece is just what you need as we transition from summer into fall.

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Cora Cabled Tank

Cora is a beautiful stockinette stitch tank top with a wonderful cable pattern worked in front into a V-neck and continues to the shoulders. Knit in a sunny yellow, this is the tank that will kick off your summer knitting in a bright way. 

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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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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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Olive Flare Top

Classic best describes this top that will become a wardrobe staple. Stockinette stitch is featured for the entire garment, while garter stitch trims the lowered jewel neckline, sleeve and bottom edges. The body and elbow-length sleeves flare outward for a flattering shape.

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Earring Lace Summer Top

This gorgeous summer top features a unique stitch pattern to create a scallop design along the bottom half of the tee and a delicate eyelet design on the top half. Perfect for any summertime gathering, this sensational top is a summertime must.

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Stoughton Coffee Bean Scarf

What we today call the coffee break originated in Stoughton, WI in the late 19th century with the wives of Norwegian immigrants. The stripes (or color breaks) of this scarf represent the breaks from work normally associated with the term coffee break.  And the unevenness of the stripes represents the difference in the way coffee breaks are taken from company to company and office to office. Unroasted coffee beans are green in color, which was the inspiration for the yarn chosen for some of the stripes. Who knew knitting could teach us so many fun facts?

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