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Asymmetric Flotus

In Fingering weight yarn, Good for gradients, Great for mini skeins, Patterns, Shawls & Shawlettes by Shannon

MaterialsI wanted to play with the simplicity of Flotus (one of my most popular patterns) in a different way: by making one in my favorite shawl shape! It’s a new take on an old Flotus! Finished Measurements: Asymmetric triangle: 84″/213 cm x 45″/114 cm x 65″/165 cm, measured after blocking.Yarn: approximately 570 yds/521 m total fingering-weight yarn. I used Knitted …

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Kith & Kin

In DK weight yarn, Hats, Patterns by Shannon

MaterialsThis is the perfect hat to make for all of your kith and kin; it’s got a smooth rhythm and comes in three sizes, just right for all of the heads in your life! Finished Measurements: Small (Medium, Large): 16 (18, 20)”/40.5 (45.5, 51) cm circumference (and very stretchy); 8 (8.5, 9)”/20.5 (21.5, 23) cm from brim to top.Yarn: approximately …

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ShannaJean Club Y2

In Patterns, Worsted weight yarn by Shannon

It’s time for Year 2 of the ShannaJean Club! We are super excited about this celebration of friendship, and are doubly excited to be working with a great group of LYSs to share the exclusive colorways of gorgeous Knitted Wit yarn for each kit! Purchase the collection now, and receive an Intro Sheet, with information about all things ShannaJean, and …

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Keep Slipping Mitts

In For the hands, One skein projects, Patterns, Worsted weight yarn by Shannon

MaterialsThis hat & mitts combo is the perfect answer to the question: what to knit? It’s a soothing pattern and makes a comfy finished object. Finished Measurements: Small/medium (large/extra large): 4 (4.75)”/10 (12) cm across hand (measured above base of thumb but below knuckles) unstretched; both sizes are approximately 7″/18 cm from cast-on to bind-off edge.Yarn: approximately 140 (160) yards/129 …

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Keep Slipping Hat

In Hats, One skein projects, Patterns, Worsted weight yarn by Shannon

MaterialsThis hat & mitts combo is the perfect answer to the question: what to knit? It’s a soothing pattern and makes a comfy finished object. Finished Measurements: Small/medium (large/extra-large): 19.5 (21.5)”/49.5 (54.5) cm circumference unstretched; 8 (9)”/20.5 (23) cm from brim to tippy top.Yarn: approximately 140 (160) yards/129 (147) m worsted-weight yarn. I used Knitted Wit Targhee Worsted in Coral …

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Slip-Slip Slippers

In Aran weight yarn, Patterns, Slippers by Shannon

MaterialsThese slippers are a dream to make in Aran-weight yarn. Grab a skein of Friendship Bracelet, and you’ll be slip-slip-slipping your way to warmer feet in no time! Finished Measurements: Small (medium, large): 6 (8, 10)”/15 (20, 25) cm circumference. Foot length depends on recipient’s foot size. See chart for approximate foot lengths. Pick the finished size closest to your …

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A Little Something

In Bulky weight yarn, Cowls, Patterns by Shannon

MaterialsThis is just a little something to keep your neck warm (while looking super cute!) this fall and winter. One skein of bulky-weight yarn will give you the perfect neckwarmer, and a pom-pom will keep it closed. Finished Measurements: 6″/15 cm deep, 19.5″/49.5 cm long.Yarn: approximately 130 yards/119 m bulky- weight yarn. I used Knitted Wit Bulky in Basic Witch …

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Take a Break

In DK weight yarn, Patterns, Socks, Toe Up by Shannon

Take a break and knit these soothing socks. Read a book, watch Hamilton, listen to music. Take some time for you, because this year has been something else! MaterialsFinished Measurements: Small (Medium, Large): 7 (7.75, 8.25)”/18 (19.5, 21) cm foot circumference.Yarn: approximately 200-280 yards/183-256 m DK- weight yarn. I used Knitted Wit DK in Grellow (grey and gold) & Got …

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In Season

In Cowls, Fingering weight yarn, Good for gradients, Great for mini skeins, Patterns by Shannon

You’ll be In Season no matter the temperature with this fabulous cowlette. It’ll keep you warm when it gets a bit cool out, and the patterning and excuses for colorplay are so enticing! MaterialsFinished Measurements: Circumference at neck: 34″/86.5 cm; depth at center front: 17″/43 cm; depth at center back: 7″/18 cm, measured after blocking.Yarn: approximately 645 yds/590 m total …

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Slip-n-Slide

In Fingering weight yarn, Patterns, Socks, Toe Up by Shannon

These fun two-color socks are a blast to knit, and the German Short-Row Heel ensures your pattern is not interrupted by heel increasing. Grab two highly-contrasting skeins, and get to slipping! MaterialsFinished Measurements: Small (Medium, Large): 6.5 (8, 9)“/16.5 (20.5, 23) cm foot circumference. 46 (58, 70) sts total. Leg length is measured from top of heel and is completely …

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Let it Slip

In Fingering weight yarn, Patterns, Socks, Toe Up by Shannon

There are not many more perfect knitterly combos than garter stitch and slipped stitches, which means that this sock is going to become my go-to this summer. I hope it’ll become your go-to, as well! It’s the perfect counterbalance to highly variegated yarns, but works equally well in more subtle skeins, too. MaterialsFinished Measurements: Small (Medium, Large): 7.25 (7.75, 8.25)“/18.5 …