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Bits & Baubs

This shawl is chock-full of flotsam and jetsam, trinkets and gimcracks, gewgaws and doodads. And that’s just the way I like it; by adding a bit here, a baub there, you end up with a perfectly adorned and big-enough-to-snuggle-under shawl in no time. MaterialsFinished Measurements: 96”/244 cm wide, 24”/61 cm deep at center.Yarn: approximately 515 yds/471 m total worsted-weight yarn, …

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East Portland

East Portland is the sibling hat to West Gresham. Both are DK, both are fun to knit, both have lots of texture and visual interest. Because texture is the best-ture no matter where you are! MaterialsFinished Measurements: Small (Medium, Large): 16 (18, 20)“ circumference (and very stretchy); 8 (8.5, 9)” from brim to top.Yarn: approximately 165 (185, 200) yards DK-weight …

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West Gresham

West Gresham is the sibling hat to East Portland. Both are DK, both are fun to knit, both have lots of texture and visual interest. Because texture is the best-ture no matter where you are! MaterialsFinished Measurements: Small (Medium, Large): 16 (18, 20)“/40.5 (45.5, 51) cm circumference; 8 (8.5, 9)”/20.5 (21.5, 23) cm from brim to top..Yarn: approximately 165 (185, …

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We Belong Together

True confession time: I LOVE Pat Benatar. Like, absolutely adore her music. My girls and I listen to her a lot currently, and, when I was in middle school, my sister and a friend spent hours listening and re-listening to a tape of We Belong on our little tape player-recorder with the sole purpose of writing down all of the …

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True Blue

There is not much I love more than 80s music ear worms, so when one of my test knitters suggested I name this shawl True Blue, two things happened: I squeed with delight, and started humming and singing True Blue by Madonna on repeat, much to my family’s dismay. “True love, you’re the one I’m dreaming of, your heart fits …

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That 70s Shawl

Go stash-diving in your DK-weight yarns, and create the 70’s shawl of your dreams. With a super-wearable crescent shape (and my own hack for getting the top edge to lay flatter than some crescent shawls do), a mix of two complementary speckled colorways, and fringe for days, you’ll be happily wrapping yourself in this shawl before you can binge-watch a …

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Composition Book Mitts

Head to the stationery shop, snag a composition book and a six-pack of highlighters, and get ready to go back to school with this two-pattern collection, designed to get you out of summer mode and ready for some serious scholastic endeavors. One full skein of fingering weight (your composition book) and six mini skeins (your highlighters) are all you need …

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Composition Book Cowl

Head to the stationery shop, snag a composition book and a six-pack of highlighters, and get ready to go back to school with this two-pattern collection, designed to get you out of summer mode and ready for some serious scholastic endeavors. One full skein of fingering weight (your composition book) and six mini skeins (your highlighters) are all you need …

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Take Note

Sharpen your pencils, pack your bookbag, and take note, because school is in session! These toe-up DK-weight socks are just the thing to get you through the first few days of school, and perfect for snuggling up in as you go over your notes from the day. With interesting gusset increase construction and a fun mirror-image ziggy-zaggy eyelet pattern on …

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Puddletown Shawl

Collaborating with amazing women is pretty much my favorite thing to do EVER, so when the Puddletown Knitting Guild suggested that my fiber bestie and I create a KAL project for their group, I squealed out loud. Being able to create a fun and airy summertime shawl project pairing Knitted Wit’s newest Fairy Floss with my favorite yarn ever, Victory …

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Sagittation

Sagittate means “arrow” in latin, and this lovely, summery scarf is a big fluffy arrow of awesomeness. Mix two colors to create your own sagittation.

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Down Time

These socks are just made for all of those minutes of down time. (Or up time, the socks aren’t picky!) Grab your favorite skein of DK-weight yarn, a cool drink, and fill your sock drawer and down time with sock knitting.