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Tag: Seed Stitch


Autumn’s True Stripes Scarf

Super snuggly scarves are fun, quick and easy to make with super bulky yarn. Use the seed stitch to create a bumpy fabric that will lay flat and won’t add extra bulk. Wrap a couple times around the neck for a big bold accessory or drape a single loop in front for a traditional scarf drape.

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Scarlet Jumbo Cabled Pillow

This pillow is a simple knit and a great introduction to cabling. Featuring two large cables set across a background of reverse stockinette stitch, you’ll find this pattern easy to memorize and a delight to make. This combination of simplicity and trendiness makes this a fantastic addition to any knitter’s gift-giving repertoire.

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Poplar Cardi

As cozy as a giant hug, this oversized cardigan with balloon sleeves is constructed so there is only one seam! Worked from cuff to center back in two pieces, this project is a breeze to knit and perfect for throwing on when the temperature drops.

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River Valley Tunic

The flowing fit of this tunic is both flattering and chic, resulting in a top that promises to become your go-to fall fashion statement. The body panels are worked from bottom to top, while the sleeves are worked flat.

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Cranberry Harvest Sweater

The Cranberry Harvest Sweater is the boxier version of the River Valley Sweater from the October 2017 issue. The body of the sweater is worked from bottom up in two panels and sleeves are worked flat, from dropped shoulders down. Wear it over your favorite plaid shirt for an extra layer of warmth this season.

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Royal Rhinestone Pillow

This dazzling knit-in-one-piece pillow has a sparkling center motif created with various rhinestone shapes that help this pillow steal the show. Complete with a nubby textured seed stitch border that surrounds the floral center, you can’t go wrong with this bling-tastic design.  

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