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Maui Market Bag

For long summer days that begin at the farmer’s market and end with a sunset walk on the beach, you’ll reach for your Maui Market Bag. Crocheted in a dip-dye style and made to last in sturdy mercerized cotton yarn, you’ll want one in every color.

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Caicos Raffia Purse

This easy raffia purse is the trend you don’t want to miss out on. Featuring popcorn stitches for added texture and a metal closure to keep your valuables secure, this purse gives off those beachy vibes we love.

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Marilla Cocoon Cardigan

A cocoon cardigan need not be a warm accessory, simply a colorful or visually interesting topper swimwear and summer outfits. The beauty of the piece is the way in which the simple rectangle shape is folded and seamed then worked in the round to complete the front and cuffs.

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La Jolla Swoncho

This lacy swoncho with three-quarter length sleeves is the perfect layer to slip over a summer outfit for a little warmth when the evening cools off or the air conditioning is too chilly. The lopsided lace stitch pattern is easy to learn and the increases are simple enough an adventurous beginner can tackle this project.

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Darya Dip Dyed Cover-Up 

This boho cover up is made of portable lacy squares that are joined to create this gorgeous wearable. Darya can be worn open, belted or converted to a vest by seaming up the sides. Besides the chic lacy detailing, the main focus of this piece comes from its tie-dyed look! The cotton squares are dip dyed in an ombre pattern, then joined to create a truly unique garment that is easily customizable.

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Tie Dye Lagoon Pillows

Update your home décor with these trendy, tie-dyed pillows. Using only simple household supplies, you can dye your own unique pillows in an hour or less. Can you believe all these pillows were dyed using the same black food coloring? Differences in the final result were achieved through several tie-dying techniques and the use of two different yarns: 100% superwash wool and an acrylic/wool blend. Food dyes react with any animal fibers and having a blend of animal and man-made fibers can give a different color saturation or a slightly different hue to the finished product. Experiment with different dyes or yarn choices to create a unique, custom palette for your home.

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Tula Tassel Pillow

Simple single crochet stitches make this an attainable pillow pattern for any crocheter. An envelope-style flap is adorned with a layer of tassels with a surprise layer of fringe underneath for a textured and boho pillow that’s perfect for summer.

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L is for Love Pillow

What’s not to love about a snuggly pillow in some super-soft yarn? This 12 x 16 pillow is a great accent piece to add to any piece of furniture in your home. Practice your tapestry crochet skills with this fun piece. 

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Durango Pillow Set

Give your home some modern, minimalist style this set inspired by the free-spirited mountain town of Durango, Colorado.  Colorful single crochet stitches through the front loop create a woven-like textile that’s simple but beautiful. And if you’re still not convinced this needs to be your next project: there’s no need to weave in ends! Because the yarn can be cut at each color change and knotted at the back of the work and sewn inside the finished pillow, there’s no need to carry colors or weave in ends!

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Chevron Mountain Peaks Blanket

While we can often be tempted by tiny, frilly crocheted blankets when a friend or family member is expecting, sometimes the better part of valor is stitching something thick and durable that the baby can hang onto into the toddler years and beyond. This cushy blanket is great for small people to play on as well as sleep under. Once you have a few rows finished this pattern is really easy to memorize.

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