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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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Caylen Cabled Infinity Scarf

Caylen is a project to work on while you listen to your favorite show. The cable repeat is easy to memorize and the length can be customized to your linking. Wear it as a regular scarf or button it up and transform it to an infinity scarf — the choice is yours!

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Lucy Puff Stitch Scarf

This lovely scarf is reversible with wrapped cluster puff stitches set against a background of marled seed stitch. This particular pattern has the puff stitches arranged in diagonal accent stripes, but they can easily be rearranged into an all-over pattern, horizontal stripes or any design that the knitter chooses. The pink and cream yarns create a soft, subtle contrast between the puff stitches and the textured background, but it would be simple to achieve a bolder look by using colors that contrast more strongly. The selvedge stitches of the scarf are worked as twisted slip-stitches for neat edges and the twisted fringe is added with a crochet hook after knitting for a decorative finish.

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Chrysanthemum Pillow 

This pillow cover is inspired by chrysanthemums, the main star in everyone’s fall gardens. The unique motif combines intarsia and the stranded colorwork technique with multiple bright colors to create stunning effect. This gorgeous pillow cover is destined to become the star of your living room.

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Stella Striped Bag

Stella is a knit bag that puts a spin on traditional nautical stripes. Made flat in the garter stitch, stitches are picked up along the bottom edges of the center panel to work the horizontal striped borders. Knit with nylon cord and lined with felt, this bag is sturdier than most for all your summer adventures.

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Oceana Tie Dye Socks

Knit a vanilla pair of socks in an undyed yarn and then tie dye them in the color of your choice! This pattern is nice and easy as it includes a Fleegle heel so there is no picking up of stitches required.

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Winter Sunset Tie Dye Scarf

Tie dye is back and we wanted to get in on the fun. While there are a variety of painted and variegated yarns that provide a “tie dye” effect when knitted up, this scarf is different. What makes this scarf special is that it’s actually tie dyed! Knit the simple scarf first, then tie dye it using traditional twisting and tying techniques. The result is a scarf that is uniquely yours.

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