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Tag: Super Fine Weight


Poinsettia Throw

Vivid red poinsettia motifs are framed in white and green while a pretty little join resembling a snowflake fills in the holes between motifs in this festive holiday throw. This intricate pattern makes a fun holiday decoration for any couch or chair this Christmas season.

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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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Tessa Shawl

This heart-shaped shawl is the perfect project for that one special skein of yarn in your stash. Made from the top down and featuring post stitches and shell stitches, this shawl is interesting without being too complex of a pattern to follow. Make one for yourself and one for someone special!

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Maribel Scarf

This one-skein project is perfect for that beautiful, hand-dyed sock yarn in your stash. Worked back and forth on the bias, this scarf has a lacy pattern that is wearable all year round.

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Delilah Sweater

Delilah is a comfy, oversized sweater with basic sideways construction. Cozy yet breathable, she won’t complain about being too hot or too confined in this timeless piece. Plus, it’s perfect for both spring and fall weather alike!

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Soleil Stripes Tank

Worked vertically, this sunny tank is worked with yarn carries, so there are few ends to weave in! The partial stripes are jagged in nature, yet planned, to allow for a balanced feel while still feeling whimsical. Imagine how great it will look with dark wash jeans and your favorite pair of sunnies.

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Marin Kimono

Chilly summer nights are meant for this delicate Marin Kimono. Whether you pair it with a belt, wrap it with a shawl pin or just toss it on and show off your fabulousness, this piece is a must make for summer.

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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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