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Juniper Hooded Scarf

If you’ve never crocheted cables before, this is a perfect first crochet cable pattern. The scarf portion is made straight and long, then the center portion is sewn up to make a hood. If you prefer your scarves sans hood, simply skip this step and you’ll have a nice long accessory to wear all season.

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Olympus Scarf

Mount Olympus in Utah is covered in green forests at its base, giving it a striking appearance. Inspired by this very landscape, the equally-green scarf boasts intertwining cables that provide an intriguing texture.

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Whimsical Striped Hat

The ribbing of a knitted hat always manages to fit perfectly around your head, so why not bring that style element to crochet hats? Alternating colors make up the color scheme, so it’s easy to switch things up based on preference.

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Snow Puff Ear Warmer

This lofty and light ear warmer has a retro feel and works up quickly with a variation on the puff stitch—the crossed puff stitch. This stitch is rhythmic and fun to work, resulting in a pretty accessory to ward off a wintery frost!

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Blissful Bookworm Cardigan

Buttons, three-quarter-length sleeves and a loose fit — this cardigan is just what the bookworm ordered. It’s even easy and fast to make for a newbie, so you can return to curling up in your cozy corner with your Jane Austen novel once it’s done.

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Rad in Red Tank

Crochet motifs are a really fun way of creating fabric—especially when they are joined as you go. Changing hook sizes is an easy way to create shaping with smaller motifs at the waist, and larger, looser ones at the hips. Make this top as shown or customize the length into an airy summer dress!

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Persian Bazaar Pillow

The smell of spices and bustling activity of a Persian bazaar all come to life in the form of this traditionally styled pillow. Born of appreciation for bold colors and textures, this one-of-a-kind pillow cover captures a radiating energy that’s perfect for starting your morning off on the right foot.

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Olympus Scarf

Mount Olympus in Utah is covered in green forests at its base, giving it a striking appearance. Inspired by this very landscape, the equally-green scarf boasts intertwining cables that provide an intriguing texture.

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Rad in Red Tank

Crochet motifs are a really fun way of creating fabric—especially when they are joined as you go. Changing hook sizes is an easy way to create shaping with smaller motifs at the waist, and larger, looser ones at the hips. Make this top as shown or customize the length into an airy summer dress!

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