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Sadie Wide Neck Sweater

Sadie is a loose V-neck sweater that can be worn on the edges of the shoulders or pulled up if needed. Front and back constructions are symmetrical, with a cable pattern worked at the sides and in the center, split in half to shape the V-neck. 

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Mindy Reversible Beanie

This two-tone beanie is right on trend and utilizes a technique that beginners will find a suitable challenge to build their skills. The beanie starts with a provisional cast on, is knit as a tube in one color and then shaped towards the crown to create a traditional beanie. To finish the second half of your new accessory, the hat is then picked up along the provisional cast on and the same thing is done to the other side in a contrasting color. Once finished, one side is turned inside and the brim is folded over, making a 100 percent reversible beanie with a contrast brim.

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Kairi Tank

Kairi is a semi-cropped and loose sleeveless tank that’s perfect for summer and can be converted to a vest for late spring or end-of summer colder days. Its oversized shape allows it to easily fit any body type without too much effort in sizing. Mostly knitted in basic stockinette, this piece incorporates eyelet sections in the shoulders and hip to provide interest during your knitting.

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Can’t Wait Teal Christmas Chunky Cable Cowl

Based off the classic Cozy Chunky Cable Cowl from 2014, this updated version features stunning cables and a longer length, making it the ideal infinity scarf for the season. The beauty of the different sized cables can be seen more clearly with a thick yarn, plus the added weight makes it extra warm. This cowl can be worn long or wrapped for even more coziness.

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Provisional Cast On Photo Tutorial

Provisional Cast On

The provisional cast on is ideal for projects that require you to later join your stitches to another piece of knitting — making an almost seamless join once complete. While it may sound intimidating, this cast-on method isn’t tricky at all. Just follow this photo tutorial to discover how easy it can be!

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Knit’s a Party Top

Knit’s a Party Top

Like the look of yarn cake projects, but don’t have any in your stash? No problem! This beautiful gradient top features three skeins of brightly colored yarn to achieve a similar result. Gradually changing yarn from darker to lighter colors results in a smooth gradient effect.

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Ahoy May-Tee

This sweater is a lot of fun to knit! It begins by knitting the cable panel sideways, then joining the two ends together to make a ring. The lower and upper bodies are picked up and knit from either side of the cable panel. There’s a little waist shaping for a flattering fit, and once the cable band is joined, it’s completely seamless.

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Papa Vest

Knitting for men, especially for older ones, can be very frustrating: they don’t like anything that makes knitting so interesting: no cables, bold colors or rich textures, let alone lace! Knit something special for dad that incorporates colorwork, relaxing stockinette and no boring sleeves to knit.

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