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Wind River Rug

This rug will add bohemian southwestern style for your living room or bedroom in five earthy colors. This unique, reversible rug is made from eco-friendly 100% recycled fiber yarn, which is created from leftovers of the fashion industry. Worked in tapestry crochet or graphghan style, each section of color is worked from a small ball or bobbin of yarn. This is just what your home has been asking for this season!

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Winslow Tote

Get ready to impress with this must-have tote that’s ideal for all your summer adventures. Strategically placed sc increases and decreases produce concise angles which form this intricate diamond shape that closely resembles woven fabric. A super fluffy polka-dot pom pom accent is easily made using the Clover Pom-Pom Maker.

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Raegan Mesh Sweater

Raegan is the perfect transition piece for the slow shift into cooler weather. Chain stitches and strategically placed post crochets make up the fabric of this sweater giving the front and back the appearance of soft triangular intersections that resemble cable bridge supports. Heavy worsted yarn makes this a relatively fast project, while its unique mesh makes it light and comfortable for cool weather wear.

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Anchor Cove Shawl

A central filet panel featuring an anchor makes this shawl a subtle and effective summer shawl. Flanked by wavy white panels, the combination is a positively nautical design ready for walks on the beach or taking on the high seas.

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Pineapple Filet Top

Subtle up close, but statement-making from afar, this pineapple top adds some tropical flavor to your crochet. Crocheted in cotton yarn, this top layers nicely with a white tank top to really make that pineapple “pop.”

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White Caps Cardigan

Looking forward to spring beach days? Us too! The white caps on turquoise blue waves inspired this cardigan that features unique lace stitches in a wavy pattern that lets whatever color shirt you wear underneath show through. We’re partial to ocean blues, but this cardigan looks wonderful paired with coral, green and lilac shades too.

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