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Triple Crochet Stitch

Triple Crochet, also known as Treble Crochet, is an extremely long stitch which makes for an open, lacy fabric that’s perfect for shawls and summer tops. The stitch takes a bit longer to do, but it covers a lot of ground quickly.

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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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Sonic Swirl Shawl

This design, part of our Elemental Shawl Series, incorporates air’s natural ability to swirl and carry sound with the twisting, undulating waves that radiate out from the center. Made from a subtly variegated grey yarn, this airy shawl is reminiscent of a dusty wind storm.

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Mallory Chenille Infinity Cowl

Mallory utilizes a stitch pattern that is a combination of half double, double, and treble crochets between the posts. A row of foundation half double crochet begins the cowl and a row of extended half double crochet ends it, with luxuriously drapey rows of open semi-filet crochet in between. This plush, lightweight cowl hangs around the neck in two loops and works up quickly without being bulky.

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Pink Champagne Cowl

This bold rendition of the Sweet Gum Cowl makes an excellent gift for the holidays for those who love a pop of vibrant color. Designed with rows of herringbone half double crochets that are worked in back loops on one row, then turned and worked in front loops of the following row, this cozy cowl can be adjusted to fit tightly or loosely around your neck with just a few adjustments. 

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Edith Dress

Edith is a sweet summer dress that is breezy and full of vintage style. With a vibrant orange neckline, and gorgeous lacy details, this little dress is sure to make a statement.

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Cayenne Throw

Pattern, texture, and color come together in this breezy gold and burgundy throw. Openwork panels and a treble crochet border frame a central field of diamonds that float between chain-stitch bridges. The result? Pure perfection in blanket form.

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Ocean Air Top – Balos Bay Version

This pretty summer top uses filet crochet spiced up with a special stitch for diamond motifs and can be made up very quickly. The new version comes with short sleeves and tassels at the hems and is named after the pinkish sands of Balos Bay in Greece.

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Sugar & Fig Cowl

The innovative stitches on this cowl make it a must-have project for your cool-weather wardrobe. Pair it with a solid sweater or jacket to really highlight the colors of this striking piece.

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Festive Fourth of July Shawl

Show off your festive spirit without sacrificing your style. With softened hues of the iconic Fourth of July colors, you can work this up for a day full of fireworks, hot dogs, and fun, but then you can keep it around for the rest of the summer days, too.

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