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Tag: Stockinette Stitch


Rosado Eyelet Scarf

Rosado is a light scarf with delicate eyelet details on the ends. This scarf is the answer to cool summer morning walks and evening moonlit strolls. With a clean and elegant look, this scarf is bound to become a daily wear in your wardrobe when paired with your tee, tank, or evening dress. The scarf is highly customizable based on the yarn amount you have on hand and makes for a great one-skein project!

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Mariza Striped Skirt

Mariza is a playful skirt inspired by vintage summers with a bohemian flair. Knit with six different colors and grounded with a neutral Ecru color, small amounts of yarn are used for each stripe. Easily adjustable to your own color palette, this skirt can also be a great scrap-busting project

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Haven Colorblock Pullover

This pullover is a summer staple, made with blocks of neutral colors that pair beautifully with just the right amount of lace. Knit with 100 percent pima cotton yarn, this loose-fitting, textured top offers an effortless drape for easy wear on a warm day.

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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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Hidden Hearts Fair Isle Sweater

This fair isle sweater features a yoke with, you guessed it, hidden hearts amongst the intricate colorwork details. While Valentine’s Day is around the corner, this is a sweater you can knit and wear all winter with its trendy teal and burnt orange color pairing.

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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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Musquée de Provence Shawl

The Musquée de Provence Shawl is knit from top to bottom, starting with a garter tab cast on. Yarn over increases border the edges and frame the spine of this triangular shawl. Take a deep breath of cool autumn air with this shawl draped across your shoulders or wrapped around your neck. Multiple textures accentuate color changes through the shawl, including garter, stockinette, seed and ribbing stitches.

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