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Hexagon Gems Baby Blanket

You’ll find that it’s fun to whip up these soft cotton hexagons in bright colors, and the project is perfectly portable until it’s time for assembly. Use the jewel tone colors we selected or pick the colors that best suit the recipient’s nursery style.

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Mixed Motifs Triangular Scarf 

With ten different motifs to crochet, it’s impossible to get bored while making this scarf! Though it’s shown in just two contrasting colors, this could be a great colorful stashbuster, as well. Get creative and use up what you’ve got in your stash to create an accessory that’s uniquely you.

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Windy City Kids Coat

Windy City Kids Coat

A classic style made in alternating rows of single and double crochet stitches, this toggle front cardigan features a shell stitch edging and an adorable granny square closure. Keep your little one warm on a chilly afternoon with this charming pattern.

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Heart-to-Heart Toddler Dress

This easy little dress crocheted in soft cotton is crafted to be a special occasion spring dress, but feels as comfortable as everyday playwear. Its soft pink color is easy to match and the band of hearts around the waist adds the perfect, final sweet touch.

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Bleu Dog Sweater

Bleu Dog Sweater

Everyone needs a warm stylish jacket to feel their best on a cold day.  It’s time to rethink the shape of dog jackets to provide better coverage and comfort for dogs and make it easier to get our dogs into their jackets, particularly broad chested breeds and those who do not like to slip their feet into a sleeve. Bleu checks all the boxes and looks adorable to boot.

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Adventure Dog Cowl

adventure dog cowl

Winter can be harsh and accessories can be fun.  This simple to scale cowl will help keep your dog warm when the wind starts to howl.  Crocheted using a hdc through the back of the loop the piece has a soft hand easy to slip over your dog’s head.

To maximize the fit, measure the circumference of the neck and widest part of the head to make sure at gauge you can slip the cowl over his/her head without a fuss

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