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Flying Geese Jacket

The geese may be flying south, but you are all set for the crisp fall air with this cozy jacket. A smart two-color pattern of v’s in formation worked side to side in a lofty tweed yarn with excellent drape, works up quickly. Wear it closed with a modern leather clasp, or open for a classic shawl collar.

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Misty Morning Tote

This handy project is simple yet sophisticated. Generously sized with crochet cables, this bag will fit your needs for trips to the library or much-needed weekend getaways. Sew in a liner to make it extra sturdy.

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Cady Cowl

Cady is the cowl you’re looking for when winter is upon us, cold and bleak and barren, when little grows and less blooms. Written for multiple gauges and sizes, you can use almost any yarn to keep any neck warm. The unique triangle shape paired with bulky yarn makes this an especially quick and cozy project — perfect if you’re in need of a last-minute gift.

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Heathered Coral Cowl and Wrap Set

The Heathered Coral Set features a warm and cozy wrap that can also be worn as a shrug and an equally cozy cowl. Both pieces feature a chunky cable design and popcorn stitches as well as decorative buttons. Worn together or separately, these pieces make excellent additions to your winter wardrobe.

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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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Star of Something New Sweater

This comfortable lightweight sweater is perfect for those late summer nights that are slowly turning into chilly fall weather. Featuring cute little crocheted stars, this sweater is for those free spirits that want to wear something fun and edgy.

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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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