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Harvest Home Cloth

With colors reminiscent of fresh strawberry rhubarb pie and wheat from the fields, these cloths are the perfect addition to your kitchen. These stitches look like freshly plowed wheat fields with back loop slip stitches and half-double crochet stitches calling to mind undulating furrows.

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Autumn Equinox Pillow

The word equinox translates to “equal night,” meaning night and day are about the same length of time. To capture this effect, this pillow pattern mixes dark and light colors equally, alternating autumnal hues in rings to make a dynamic accent for the home. 

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Americana Kitchen Set

“American Gothic” by Grant Wood was painted in 1930, however, the print on the woman’s apron is indicative of the 19th century. The farm women of the 19th century were true artists, turning fabric scraps into amazing and useful household items. The Americana Kitchen Set is a tribute to the women of that time period who worked tirelessly turning a house into a home. The trivet is representation of a braided rug and the dishcloth is constructed in the popular log cabin quilt block pattern.

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Suncrisp Appleghan

Inspired by bright colored apples, sunny autumn days and crisp fall air, this Appleghan captures the essence of Autumn without being drab. Made up of different squares, each week you’ll learn how to do a different motif for this amazing afghan.

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Acorn Hot Pads

Using a double strand of dishcloth cotton you can work up the perfect kitchen accessory for fall and it’s practical, too! Try your hand at increasing and decreasing with the Diamond Stitch for the signature acorn cap criss-crosses.

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