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Briar Blanket

Briar, meaning “thorny bush of wild roses” seemed a fitting name for a blanket filled with textured stitches and rose-inspired hues of deep maroon and soft taupe. This intricate blanket is a cozy addition to your summer-to-fall home décor.

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Ainsley Top

Inspired by the beauty and airiness of an open meadow, each element of this piece has been carefully planned to create an intricate project featuring a wide variety of crochet techniques. Boasting a series of joined lace motifs around the neck, the Ainsley Top is perfect for all your summertime adventures. Ainsley is Scottish for “one’s own meadow” and perhaps this top can be your own “meadow” too

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Jaelynn Ripple Scarf

Jaelynn is a wide scarf that can be worn as a shawl depending on your style. This is a great and easy pattern to play with different yarn. So if you’ve been saving a special yarn for just the right project, it’s time to take it out of your stash! This pattern truly lets the yarn shine. 

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Just Your Stripe Scarf

This is a cozy crochet scarf complete with bold colors and chunky tassels. Featuring a two-row stitch repeat and a random color stripe pattern to keep the scarf interesting, the two halves of this nifty scarf are mirror images of each other. We know you’ll love whipping up this piece!

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Avri Pillow

Unique cables grace the front and back of this throw pillow for a trendy yet classic addition to your home. Worked in two pieces and joined at the end, this intermediate pattern is a great way to get used to working with front post double crochet.

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Ophelia Lace Shawl

Ophelia begins with a length of beautiful lace edging. When the edging is the desired length then the body of the shawl begins by working on the straight edge of the edging. Decreases are made at the beginning, center and end of every other row until the center stitches are joined together. The work keeps going faster and faster as it progresses as the number of stitches keeps decreasing.

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