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Bobble-Palooza

Bobbles and best friends are the BEST! MaterialsFinished Measurements: Adult S (M, L): 18.5 (20, 21)“/47 (51, 53) cm circumference, 7.5 (8, 8.5)”/19 (20, 21.5) cm from cuff to top for regular; 9 (9.5, 10)“/23 (24, 25) cm from cuff to top for slouchy.Yarn: approximately 100-200 yds/91-183 m worsted-weight yarn. I used Knitted Wit Worsted in Spattergroit for the Large …

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Pee Dee Queue

The rhythm of this sock is so soothing, and the stitches flow so well, that you’ll be done with it Pretty Darned Quick (PDQ), even though it’s full of twisted stitches! MaterialsFinished Measurements: Finished circumference: 6.75 (7.25, 7.75, 8.25, 8.75)“/17.25 (18.5, 19.75, 21.75, 22.25) cm. Socks shown with a 2.5”/6.5 cm leg length (measured from top of heel, customizable).Yarn: approximately …

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Lickity Split

These socks will be done lickity-split, because you won’t be able to put them down. The soothing basket-weave-ish pattern looks so good in so many different dye techniques: tonal as in the samples shown here, self-striping, and highly-variegated. Heel increasing is so much fun with this on-the-sole-technique, and a soothing slipped-stitch toe-up heel flap is the icing on the fun-cake. …

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In a Jiffy

These socks will be done in a jiffy, because you won’t want to put them down! Offered in both toe-up AND cuff-down options, the slipped stitches and ribbing move the knitting along, and the textural play looks great in both highly variegated yarns and more tonal semi-solids. MaterialsFinished Measurements: Finished circumference: 6.75 (7.25, 7.75, 8.25, 8.75)“/17.25 (18.5, 19.75, 21.75, 22.25) …

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Squishiest Ever

In searching for a name for this pattern set, I couldn’t get away from the squish factor inherent in the drop stitch patterning, and since it really is the squishiest, that’s what its name is. Enjoy knitting the squishiest hat and cowl you ever did see, friends! The pattern stitch might seem a bit complicated at first, but it really …

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Enchanted Cowl

Wear this lovely cowl on all of your treks through the enchanted forests of your dreams. The staggered rows of patterning echo stately trees, and the patterning is the perfect thing to stitch while dreaming of those treks. 10% of proceeds of all Enchanted Forest yarn sales and $1 from each Enchanted Cowl pattern sales now through Labor Day 2017 …

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The Plan

As Hannibal from the A-Team would say, “I love it when a plan comes together!” And that’s exactly what happened with this hat: I had an idea, I knit that idea, and the hat turned out to be exactly what I wanted it to be.

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Winter Weekend Socks

These ankle-length socks in DK weight yarn are a dream to knit – you can make a pair over a long and cozy weekend. In both toe up and cuff down options, with a whopping eight sizes, this pattern is sure to be your go-to for maximum knitting (and gifting) happiness. MaterialsFinished Measurements: Baby (Child Small, Child Medium, Child Large/Adult …

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The Wonder Shawl

This shawl really is a wonder to me: the construction is simple and elegant; the knitting is a pure pleasure, stitch after wonderful stitch; the shawl wears so very well; the color (Fruity Loopies – what could be more wonderful, color-name-wise?) just plain makes me happy; AND the shawl itself is a wonderful hug of a thing for all seasons. …

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Eliza Scidmore’s Shawl

Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore was an American writer, photographer, and geographer in the late 1800s and early 1900s. She was a frequent visitor to Japan, where she fell in love with the gorgeous cherry trees she enjoyed while there. With the support of First Lady Helen Taft, she was able to begin to seed Washington, DC with Sakuras, and it is …

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Emerald City Shawl

This is the perfect piece to wear as you wander the streets and experience the sights of beautiful Seattle, the Emerald City. With two separate options, and aran weight yarn, you can make this shawl over and over and over.