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Bobble-Palooza

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

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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Bits & Baubs

In Patterns, Shawls & Shawlettes, Shop sample available, Worsted weight yarn by Shannon

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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Check Your Head

In Hats, Patterns, Shop sample available, Worsted weight yarn by Shannon

A simple yet meditative checkerboard-esque pattern. A fun self-striping yarn. A weekend of fiber tourism. Check Your Head is the perfect pattern to work on as you zip from shop to shop, from knitting haven to knitting haven. Find or make a fun pompom for the top to extend the fun. MaterialsFinished Measurements: Hat: Small/Med (Large/Extra Large): 16 (17.5)“ 40.5, …

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Roll Out the Barrel

In Cowls, Patterns, Shop sample available, Worsted weight yarn by Shannon

My grandmother loved polka music. Like, LOVED it. I used to help her out at these Wednesday night Party in the Parks in the local town square, selling popcorn and dancing with her in the gazebo. When I finished this cowl—which truly gave me the best knitting pleasure with every stitch—and Stefan suggested calling it the Barrel Cowl, the song …

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Brownstone Hat

In Hats, Patterns, Shop sample available, Worsted weight yarn by Shannon

When I first started researching the buildings of Brooklyn, I was intrigued by the interplay of the red brick with the metalwork and windows. Using slipped stitches in a metallic color on a red-brick base just kind of made sense, and the resulting hat is an homage to the architecture of Slipped Stitch Studios, and to the shop itself. MaterialsFinished …