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Rosalind Cabled Cardigan

Equestrian style comes alive with this classic cabled cardigan combining timeless style with everyday wear. Tiny cables form pleasing vertical columns for a flattering look. Each cable pattern has the same number of rows to make reading charts easier. A double column of knit stitches runs down each side seam to provide a visual break in the Moss and to make seaming easier. Rosalind is worked flat from the bottom up with set-in sleeves for a classic fit and ribbed edges. Designed to be worn a little on the loose side, this cardigan makes a perfect layering piece for fall.

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Bubble Knit Wrap

This eye-catching wrap features colorful marled circles that are an easy alternative to intarsia colorwork. Here’s how it works: rather than using separate bobbins for each area of color, the main color is carried throughout the entire pattern and is marled together with the contrasting yarn of each circle. The end result is a gorgeous wrap that will be treasured for years to come.

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Sparrow Mosaic Vest

Ready for a challenge? Let’s have some fun trying a bottom-up bias construction together with a colorwork mosaic pattern. The charted instructions, together with the written pattern will make an enjoyable and straightforward knit.

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Amandine Tank

Knit this easy-breezy tank for a burst of outfitting sunshine. Amandine is a fully buttoned v-tank with a combination of a mesh-like texture and stockinette. It is worked from the bottom up in one piece. Stitches for the button bands are picked up and worked at the end. Directions include two fits: comfort fit as shown which includes shaping from the hips to waist, and slim fit which is worked straight without shaping. Sure to become a layering favorite, this tank will go from warm weather escapes to casually cool evenings.

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Chloe Chenille Scarf

This quick and cozy scarf is the perfect accessory for any beginner knitter. This reversible simple shifting ribbed pattern incorporates only knit and purl stitches to create a texture just as simple as a rib, but with a little more visual intrigue. The shifting lines appear to be on a bias without the need for increases or decreases and are subtly hidden in the plush texture of the yarn. Whether you want a smaller stylish accessory or a longer scarf to bundle up with in the winter, this expeditious project can be made with just one ball of yarn.

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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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