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Selkie by Melissa Schaschwary


In Irish folklore, once every 7 years the Selkie, or seal woman is able to shed and hide her skin in order to become human, dance along the moonlit shores and to be with the human that she loves.
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Indicum Pullover


Is a beautifully simple pullover with a minimalist embellishment of corrugated ribbing, a simple two-color technique. by Hilary Smith Callis
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Windward


by Heidi Kirrmaier
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Rocio


Rocío is the Spanish word for dew drops. So delicate and fragile. They seat on the leaves, catching the sunlight and throwing it back out. by Joji Locatelli
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Olive Basket


A swingy, draped A-line cardigan that moves with you—easy to knit and easy to wear, by Amy Miller
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Line Break


Line Break is a modern garter stitch shawl. It has crossing lines created with eyelets and asymmetric shape. by Veera Välimäki
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Lace Point Shrug


Nicky Epstein
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Prose


by Alicia Plummer
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McKee


by Lily Kate France
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Hemingway


by Melissa Schaschwary
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Bloomsbury


by Svetlana Volkova
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Thoracic Beanie


by Wendy Neal
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Japarta Off Road


by Yuki H.S.
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Hawk & Dove Sweater


by Leah Goldstein
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High Plains Drifter


by Kirsten Hipsky
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February Market Bag


by Sarah Wilson
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Shrowl


by Stephen West
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Beatrix Potter Stole / Scarf


by Mercy Schwisow
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Purple Hat


by Tanya Beliak
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City Creek Cowl


by Susan Lawrence
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Tourist Sweater


This tunic is the perfect go to pullover when you need something simple yet stylish. by Joji Locatelli
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Bumble Stripes


by Grace Akhrem
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Hopi Cowl


by Heather Dixon
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Earnshaw


Knit on big needles this bulky sweater with strategic waist shaping becomes lightweight and flattering on nearly every figure. by Melissa Schaschwary
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recipe of the month align mitts


by Courtney Spainhower
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In Leaf


by Avril Lang
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Wolfbait in Stitch Red


A riding hood for the modern Little Red. by Alexandra Tinsley
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Unicorn Hat


This Unicorn Hat is perfect for children both old and young. by Brittany Tyler
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Sugar Skull Winter Mask


by Kourtney Moon
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Easy Mistake-Rib Scarf In Three Weights


by Liat Gat
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Yaz


by Viviane Deroover
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Aujourd'hui


by tante ehm
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Elowen Shawl


by Judy Marples Elowen is a top down triangular shawl featuring an easy slip stitch color pattern and your choice of two different border treatments.
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Featherweight Cardigan


A perfectly lightweight cardigan knit in Malabrigo Lace from the top down. By Hannah Fettig
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orchids & fairy lights


this slouchy hat is decked with fairy lights and is made for train travel and walking your bunny. By tiny owl knits
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Damson


Damson is a pretty, simple little shawl, requiring just one skein of sock yarn, that is fun to knit and easy to wear. by Ysolda Teague
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Catching Butterflies


This triangular shawl is knitted with increases in the middle and along the edges. by Mia Rinde
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Ovate


by Tori Gurbisz
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Semele


Semele is knit sideways from end to end in one piece, including border and edging. Looks equally good as a warm, comfortable sock-yarn shawl as in delicate lace. by Asa Tricosa
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Lancelot


by Solenn Couix-Loarer
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Perpetually Persistent Cowl


by Liz Abinante
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Parisian Twist Headband Ear Warmer


This slightly asymmetrical pattern is a quick, satisfying project, and more importantly, something you ll love to wear. by Elisa McLaughlin
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Sunny Grey Skies


A perfect layer for when the sun and the clouds are battling it out and you want something soft around your neck and shoulders by Holly Priestley
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Opposite Pole


A seamless cabled cardigan, with an A-line shape, reversible shawl collar and set-in sleeves. by Joji Locatelli
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Marjorie Shawl


Marjorie is a shallow shawl that is perfect for that precious single skein of sock yarn. by Sanne Kalkman
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Caladan


by Barbara Benson Caladan is the stormy and windswept ocean home world of House Atreides
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Little Winifred


Worn over leggings or jeans, this tunic is great for any season. Dress length instructions also included! by Sarah Ronchetti
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Gardener's Shawl


by Nancy Whitman
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Light in Shadows


The pattern includes two versions of the shawl, striped and solid. by Milja Uimonen
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amande Tee


by Atelier Alfa
 

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Crofter's Cowl


This comfy Crofter s Cowl is worked in a Shetland lace pattern with great stitch definition. By Gudrun Johnston
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Birthday Cowl


by Nova Seals
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LTYC Super Bulky Cowl


Simple, chunky spiral cowl to keep you really warm. Super easy to knit. by Kelly Hechinger
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Boardwalk


by Elizabeth Pedersen
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Frostlight


A simple lace rib scarf in a heavy worsted yarn with soft, graceful fringes. by Robin Ulrich
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Martinmas Shawl


by Sarah Burghardt
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Wildfire Smoke Ring


by Virginia Catherall
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Levallois


by Asenath Waites
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Ulmus


By Kristen Kapur
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Damask


I hope knitters who love making large shawl can enjoy making Damask as well. By Kitman Figueroa
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Different Lines


Unusual shape makes this one as interesting to knit and to wear as the first stripe study! By Veera Valimaki
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Daybreak


By Stephen West
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Whippoorwill


Whippoorwill showcases best in two tones of semisolid sock yarn, but also works beautifully with handspun, gradient dyed, and low contrast hand dyed yarns. By Carina Spencer
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Liesl


Liesl is a round yoked cardigan worked from the neck down in a simple allover feather and fan lace pattern. by Ysolda Teague
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Little Leaves


This project is not difficult even for the beginner lace knitter since the stitch pattern is very simple to knit and easy to memorize. by Susanna IC
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Sugar Maple Shawl


A good beginning lace project but not boring for the more experienced knitter. by Suzanne Stewart
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Sheridan


Sheridan is a scarf or a shawl, depending on the amount of slant you give the Petals that swirl off each other. Worked in simple garter stitch, it gracefully hugs your shoulders. by Sarah Burghardt
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Speedline


A snazzy lil scarfly thing with a bandana point, long cozy arms, and textured stripes. Knit from the bottom up by Alexandra Tinsley
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Wicker Park


This is a lovely shawl with an intriguingly unique construction. By Sarah Burghardt
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Fly me to the Moon


is a seamless shawl knitted top-down from the central neck stitches to the edge. The shawl is shaped as a triangle. The pattern is a cable pattern that has lace like effect after blocking. by Diana Rozenshteyn
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Flores de invierno


means winter s flowers, is a triangle shawl worked from top down. After a few repetitions, this pattern is very easy to follow. by Gabriela
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Hana Shawl


The Hana shawl is a cozy and elegant shawl or wide scarf suitable both for wearing inside when extra warmth is needed, and for country walks. by Kristina Vilimaite
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The Hill House Scarf


The scarf was inspired by the high-back chairs designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for The Hill House.The scarf is double-knit, making it completely reversible and extra cosy. By Susan Hanlon
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Designing Junkies


malabrigo Junkies is a Ravelry group and they say: We have many talented junkies, so we invite group members who are designers are invited to show off their released designs in this thread!
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Misty Blossom Stole


Misty Blossom Stole is derived from a pattern of kimonos, which is strewn with cherry blossoms all over the garment. by Asami Kawa
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Syrphidae


Syrphidae is a shawl designed with the typical construction of Shetland Isle Shawls. The lace edge is worked separately in a long band of lace. by Christelle Nihoul
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Street Lamps


Street Lamps is a simple hat with cabling details around the brim. Use a different color for the internal lining and you will end with two hats in one. by Gege A la Gomme
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Willow Moon Scarf


The scarf is knit lengthwise in one piece. by Lorna Pearman
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a-MAZE-ing Shawl


This is a bottom up textured shawl with a maze pattern inspired by andean knitwear by Maria Olsson
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Madame Phelps Shawl / Shawlette


This shawl, using a pretty French lace, is dedicated to her and all other teachers who don’t let students settle. by Gretchen Ronnevik
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Shaw Hill


by Alicia Plummer
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Della Cowl


Just enough warmth to tuck in a coat, easier to manage than a full scarf, this cowl with lacy ribbing is perfect for fall. By Holly Terrell
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My So Called Scarf


A classic scarf pattern You will see knit it in: Silky, Worsted, Twist, Rasta... By Allison Isaacs
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Newsprint Cowl


A cowl to get you through the last stretch of winter. By Haven Leavit
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Citron


Resemblance to a slice of citrus due to its semi-circular shape and increases subtly radiating from the center. By Hilary Smith Callis
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Holden Shawlette


This pattern is perfect for a first lace or shawl project. The lace pattern is easy to memorize. By Mindy Wilkes
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bertrand louis


your very own bertrand louis, wear it however you like, it is very useful as a cowl, or a hat. . maybe you even find a new way to wear b l! enjoy it! By katushika
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Belmondo Shawl


A triangular shawl worked in a lattice pattern from tip to shoulders, with optional fringe by Tori Gurbisz
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Vent d'est vent d'ouest


A delicate lace smoke ring to protect yourself from wind, knitted with less than a skein of Malabrigo lace by Marie Adeline Boyer
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Jeweled Cowl


by Sachiko Uemura
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In the heat


by talitha kuomi
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Liquid Amber


This light, lacy cowl is perfect for early spring, when you want something that looks a little delicate but still delivers the warmth and coziness you crave by Stacey Simpson Duke
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Ziyal


by Allison Goldthorpe
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Howling Winds Cowl


One skein of Rasta By Hannah Thiessen
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Isabella Scarf


By Through The Loops Designs
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Winter Wonder


A perfect winter accessory. By Irish Girlie Knits
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Collared Cabled Cowl


A chunky, quick knit with detail that will bring you from drab to fab while keeping you toasty. By Olof Eggertsdottir
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Balustrade


This cowl combines the pretty delicacy of a lace shawl with the modern, easy to wear comfort of a cowl. By Adrienne Key
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Springtime Blossoms Wrap


This lacy wrap features delicate blossoms surrounded by intricate lattice stitches that are reminiscent of a trellis in the garden. by Cinzia
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Masha's Scarf


A simple, pebbly scarf that shows off beautiful tonal yarn. Appropriate for beginners on up By Larissa Brown
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Stripe Your Fancy


A snazzy striped shawl with lots of options for customization! By Alexandra Tinsley
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Nightlite stole


Nightlite stole is noticeable by his simple lacy details. By Gege A la Gomme
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Water Diamonds Scarf and Cowl


Diamonds cascade up/down the scarf reminiscent of a stream with cables rippling and connecting the diamonds. By Kristie Holaas
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Just Enough Ruffles


I ve got a new wee little pattern! Something to celebrate with choose some yummy yarn and whip this scarf up! By Laura Chau
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Smoky Cedar Leaf


I was able to squeeze this shawlette out of only 2 skeins of the Silky Merino! What a pleasant surprise that was! By Alana Dakos
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Autumn Flutters


With two sizes to choose from, you can create your very own Autumn Flutters to suit your individual style. By Donna Griffin
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Kouyou


Knit from the center back to the bottom edge, Kouyou can be quickly knit up in either worsted or sport weight yarn to ward off the impending chilly weather. By Angela Tong
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Ruffled and Ruched Scarf


This scarf is knitted vertically from the center out to the sides from provisionally cast on stitches. By Pam Powers
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String Theory Scarf


This simple and striking project uses dropped stitches for its unusual effect and is as approachable for the adventurous beginner as it is a more experienced knitter. By Vivian Aubrey
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Theory Shawlette


A sweetly simple shawlette designed to warm your shoulders in the Fall season and loop around your neck in the Winter months By Jennifer Lang
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Pettine


This simple reversible shawlette is knit from side to side With a garter stitch body and a feathered lace edging that is knit right on as you go along By Corrina Ferguson
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Gathering Leaves


Gathering Leaves shawl is crocheted from the top down and starts with an easy leave motifs that repeats every 10 rows. By Lily Go
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Gali


The infinity motifs in this wrap remind me of the swirling tides of the water, while the color of the yarn brings back wonderful memories of the sea. By Kristin Omdahl
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Here Comes The Sun


Inspired by both the upcoming spring and a friend s J. Crew infinity wrap, the idea for this simple scarf was born. By Melissa Kelenske
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Vairë Shawlette


A landscape of poppies crowned with a simple and beautiful contrasting detail worked in short rows. by Gabriela
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Dancing poppies scarf and scarflette


Get your copy to make amazing presents, or for yourself!! By Sylvie Damey
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Mabel's Scarf


There used to be the sweetest little Cafe & Knittery in my neighborhood, and it was called Mabel s. by Larissa Brown
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Aphrodite


Three equal panels of beaded floral lace are separated by _seams_ of a cabled arrow lace pattern. by Sivia Harding
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Heart to Heart Beaded Scarf


This crescent shaped scarf, fetchingly strung with beaded hearts, is as sweet as pie! By Sivia Harding
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Reunion Cowl


This project for beginner and experienced knitters alike. The large size is versatile for those chillier months, while the smaller size is a nice and easy size to knit up quickly. by Natalie Selles
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Solas


This versatile shawl is worked up in 9 individual segments, which are then crocheted together, like a patchwork, to create a radiating, sunshine shawl. by Aoibhe Ni Shuilleabhain
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Kalina Lace Shawl


Crescent shape shawl inspired by the pattern from the Haapsalu Sall book. by Alina Appasov
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Venomous Tentacula


Sideways garter stitch shawl with tentacular edging, and optional beads. This unusual shawl recalls Harry Potter s Venomous Tentacula. by Jennifer Dassau
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Beautiful cobweb


A simple no-short-row construction and easy to memorize lace make this a quick and satisfying knit. by Ashcroft-Hempsall
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Cinderella Scarf


Works up super-quick and has the look of knit with the ease of crochet. by Sherri Torrez
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Shearwater


The soft, semi-solid single ply merino of Malabrigo Lace makes a beautiful textured cowl. By Megan Marshall
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Extendo Shawl


by Laura Nelkin The shawl is worked from the bottom up, first it’s edging is worked in two halves and grafted in the center
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Warrior Princess


by Terrie Fadem
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Seashore Cowl


by Milja Uimonen
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Gabriella Reversible Scarf


Here s a unisex scarf that s completely reversible. One side looks like embossed serpentine stitches, and the other side looks like a highly textured basketweave. by Melissa Leapman
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Soft Structure


This cowl is worked in panel repeats and is easy to memorize by Jenny Raymond
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komehO scarf,


by C.PehO
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The Harbor Hat


A cool weather slouchy for the cool weather kid. Unisex pattern. by Melissa Schaschwary
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Porte des Lilas


Reversible and asymmetric shawl in garter stitches and eyelets. By helen Vincent
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Laser


Created during an afternoon viewing of The Kids Are Alright, Laser is a simple and straightforward cowl. By Ashley N Aguilar.
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Objects in Space


I love nothing more than a simple garter or stocking stitch project with endlessly stunning results. By Liz Abinante
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Reversible Cable Scarf


I hope you enjoy trying the Reversable Cable Scarf pattern yourself. By Nettie DiLorenzo
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Malabrigo Weave Scarf


A very easy to memorize cable pattern by Nicole Dupuis
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Brigitte's Mobius Cowl


We wanted to keep it to one skein, but it s easily adaptable for different yardages, weights, and sizes. by Sarah Barbour
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Simple Gift


Quick, easy, softer than soft, warm enough to guard against the bleak mid winter, stylish enough to toss on for a nice accent to my winter cardigans. By Susan Pandorf
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Easy Trellis Lace Scarf


I wanted to offer a pattern to show that lace doesn t have to be difficult. This four-row pattern is easy to memorize, and very forgiving of mistakes. By Annika Barranti
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Neck Thingie


Same simple stitches. A fast, soft, warm and cuddly knit. By Anne Sahakian
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Candle Flame Scarf


By Chauntel Andreasen
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Colorful Cropped Overlay


Bonnie Burton from Colorful Stitches demonstrates how to make this generously oversized wrap. By Cathy Payson
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Twister Scarf


This works best with a rather loose stitch. If you tend to crochet on the tight side, you may need to go up a hook size or begin with a longer chain. By Sue Griffin
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Tuesday Night Cowl


The cowl can be worn scrunched down or with the edges rolled inward, creating a warm double layer of fabric. By Susan Lawrence
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paula's scarfette


This is a simple little scarfette that makes the perfect quick last minute gift knit. By Georgie Hallam
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Holding Hands, Feeding Ducks


Holding hands, feeding ducks When I met you, that's what I wanted to do. By Morgen Dammerung
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Candle Flame Cowl


A great one-skein project, the candle flame cowl makes a great gift, or keep it for yourself to stay snuggly all winter. By Julia Allen
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Pedestrian Crossing Cowl


By Melissa Sibley
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Oh, Brioche


Love Brioche? Love Malabrigo? Then you’ll love knitting one of these scarves -- a perfect 1-ball weekend project! By Anne K. Riley
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Moss Rib Stitch Scarf


By anonymous
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Linen Stitch Scarflet


It’s just a scarflet. By Sarah Fama
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Ribbed For Your Warmth


This simple and beautiful cowl is knit in the round using less than one skein of Malabrigo! By Sonia Ruyts
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Zigzag Cowl


This simple cowl has a geometric lace pattern that is worked on every row. And dudes, picot edges. by Mandy Powers
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Boscage Cowl


Boscage s length and width lend it great versatility. By Ritsuka Nashi
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Feather and Fan Short Scarf


She has chosen a pattern that was quick and easy and that I love: the Feather and Fan stitch. by Kelly Faller
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Bufanda


Show off your chunky handspun yarn with this super-fast neckwarmer! It is simple enough to highlight the yarn, yet interesting to knit, because of the techniques involved. by Liat Gat
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But I'm Biased


The pattern needed to be fast, simple (but not too simple), pretty, warm, and preferably able to be knit in the dark or while paying less attention to my hands by Kate D'Ettore
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Star Stitch Scarf


The scarves can be knitted or crocheted by Vickie Howell
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Malabrigo Keyhole Scarf


This scarf makes a nice gift from just one skein of Malabrigo Silky Merino and use the whole skein. by Lineke Kroon
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Shifting Sands Scarf


by Grumperina
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Learn to Crochet Cowl


If you have been meaning to learn to crochet, here is a pattern that not only teaches you to chain, make single crochet stitches, double crochet stitches, and increases-it also teaches you how to crochet in the round. By Jennifer Hagan
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Snood Cloqué


by Aime comme Marie
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Critron Crochet


Critron is a crocheted interpretation of the popular Citron shawl from the Winter issue of Knitty 2009 designed by Hilary Smith Callis. by Martha Simonsen
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Kuusk


The stitch pattern used in the cowl is a classic Estonian pattern called Spruce and Diamond, and “Kuusk” is Estonian for spruce. It’s pronounced, roughly, “koosk”, but with an alluring Scandinavian spin. by Ashley Knowlton
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Little House Shawl


This surprisingly simple shawl is knit from the hem up, using very basic lace and shaping techniques. It makes for a great first lace or shawl project. by Joanna Johnson
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Luxurious Loom-Knit Neckwarmer


I set to work translating the pattern for my own personal use on the loom, and since then I have made somewhere around a dozen of them in some form or another. by Lisa Clarke
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Oops Rasta Cowl


by Marilyn Clark
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Crocheted Circle Scarf


by Sakura Knit
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The Sunlight Shawl for Sad People


In theory this shawl could be done with any weight yarn - I’d love to see someone try it out of very large yarn (like Twinkle or Rasta.) Just follow the needle size that the yarn suggests and go for it. by Sylvia Bo Bilvia
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The One-Ball-of-Rasta Version of the Triangle Cowl


It only takes about a day to knit by Sylvia Bo Bilvia
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Ropes Cowl


by Kristina Larson
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Foofoo Beret!


By Alex Tinsley Handspun angora
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Sampler Hat


Great hat using 5 different stitch patterns to avoid boredom! By Lisa Ellis
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Slippery


I wanted to maximize the beautiful multi-tonal colours in the Malabrigo Rios... By Sarah Dupuis
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Bergen Street Tuque


The perfect accessory for the woman who wants a classic but contemporary look. By Caryl Style
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Tamarack


I was inspired to design this hat after purchasing a skein of the most lovely but extremely variegated yarn. By Amy Duncan
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Britta Lalena


Headwrap/Earwarmer. A day at the market or a night on the town, this head wrap will keep your ears warm without giving your hair that matted look By Elisa McLaughlin
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Robin Hood


By Grace Akhrem
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Jenny Cloche


A ribbed, cloche style hat cinched at one side with a bow or brooch. by Julia Madill
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In Bloom Cloche


I have always loved the colors of Malabrigo yarns and thus am always in search of a stitch to best show off the colorways. by Tasha Wells
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Cherry Twist Hat


I pondered over this pattern for some time, as I absolutely loved the way it looked in both Malabrigo Twist and Malabrigo by Theresa Grant
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Toorie


Toorie is fun hat with a unique construction that is perfect for showing off a special skein of yarn. by Carina Spencer
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Trifurcate


The hat features clever crown decreases that maintain the threefold structure of the design on the brim. by Hunter Hammersen
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Red Rox Beanie


A simple textured hat whereby garter stitches are combined with slipped stitches. by Sylvi Design
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Mazarin


A lightweight, stranded beret with a geometric motif: perfect for using up oddments of fine, 3-ply sock yarn. Keep your floats regular, and you can wear it inside out, too by Jo Kelly
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Liffey Swim Hat


Liffey Swim features two, parallel plaits (braids) in crochet cabling, raised borders and a snug, ribbed headband. by Aoibhe Ni Shuilleabhain
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Vitraux Hat


This hat was designed to use those smaller luxury skeins and leftover bits of fingering yarn. It knits up very quickly. by Devin Fredrickson
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Triple Goddess Slouch Hat


The slouchy hat begins with a criss-cross rib that emulates the circular curve of the moon, and the symbol for the Triple Goddess circles the hat. by Lorna Pearman
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Sfumature Hat


A slouchy hat defined by a cable that underlines the design of the toque. by Emma Fassio
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Palm Beach Scarf with Pom Poms


Courtesy of Great Balls of YARN!
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Scarf urban Beats


A particular stitches to knit in lace
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Pauline


Winners in the Malabrigo Junkies One Skein Design Contest from Stockpile 08 by Kristen Hanley Cardozo
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Pen State Stadium Scarf


Using one skein of Rasta and size 19 needles
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Mogul Cowl & Infinity Scarf Recipe


Is written to serve as a guide for creating any size cowl using the angular basket weave stitch pattern. By Breean Miller
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Groovy Rasta


A large hat for a cold Winter. Groovy for over big hair or just to cover your cold ears. By Angelique den Brok - Molendijk
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Binnacle Watch Cap


A super-quick and easy hat that looks great on women and men. Crochet. By Cathy Dipierro
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Easy Breezy Neckwarmer


A quick and easy neckwarmer pattern that looks great in solid, semisolid, or variegated yarn. Crochet. By Cathy Dipierro
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Star Crossed Slouchy Beret


This pattern is recommended for an intermediate knitter. Beginner cable knitters By Natalie Larson
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Fool's Gold


Once this yarn entered my house, it kept whispering to me its sweet nothings about how it wanted to be a one skein design of a hat.
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Remolino Hat


The rounds spiral into to the center of the hat and the slipped stitches show off the beautiful colors. By Melissa Goodale
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Queen Moebia


By Petra Hoy
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Rasta Hat and Scarf


This is easy fast and fun for gifts. Around hour and half for each, cowl and hat.... By Sara Sprung
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Two Movie Scarf


One easy row to remember makes this a perfect project for beginners. By Shelby Dyas
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Meret (Mystery Beret)


It is a beret. It is slouchy. It is lacey. By Woolly Wormhead
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Herringbone Scarf


Courtesy of Great Balls of YARN!
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Foliage


This lace hat was inspired by my two favorite things about the fall: cool, crisp weather, and beautifully-colored leaves. By Emilee Mooney
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Starving Artist


A quick and easy beret or slouchy beret pattern perfect for a last minute gift for yourself or others. By Laura Linneman
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Hurricane Hat


The simple nature of the pattern looks great in any colour.The grey Pearl colour really does look like swirling clouds. By Andrea Goutier
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Dean Street Hat


A unisex cable patterned hat in three sizes (Childrens, Adult Small, and Adult Large) with two alternate brim treatments. By Nina Machlin Dayton
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Starcap


Knitter fashion cap, worked with a warm and confy yarn, perfect for cold season. Not finding any pattern I loved I designed Starcap. By Stephanie Voyer
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Trilobite


This quick and engaging project will make a great holiday gift for all your paleontologically-inclined loved ones. By Hannah Ingalls
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Sockhead Hat


This slouchy, comfy hat is the perfect project for that one skein of sock yarn that you just can’t bear to put on your feet. By Kelly McClure
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The Not-Just-For-Chemo Reversible Cloche


It is super soft, and can be worn stocking-stitch in for bonus soft, and it hides the hair and eyebrow areas while showcasing a girl’s eyes. By Mary Keenan
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Capucine


by Adela Illichmanova
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Sugar Twist Hat


You'll need something to keep the heat in your noggin. By Tina Melvin
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Jesse's Christmas Hat


This hat knits up quickly, leaving you plenty of time for cookie consumption. by Elspeth Kursh
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A Better Bucket


This cute bucket-style hat can be embellished with a large button, as shown, or left plain for a simple style. by Amy Swenson
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The Amanda Hat


The yarn truly makes this hat incredibly soft and warm and the kettle dyed color enhances the stitch pattern. By Gina House
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HeartFail


I saw Ashley Greene, who plays Alice Cullen in the Twilight films wearing this hat in a paparazzi photo and I had to have it… By megi
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Spring Spirals Beanie


In my search for stitches that show off such beautiful yarn I realized a simple single crochet in the back loop does wonders. by Tasha Wells
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Thorpe


The pattern is written for two styles. One is solid the other is stranded. by Kirsten Kapur
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Robot Hat


Who doesn t need a matching hat for their mittens? by Sarah Hood
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Malabrigo Motley


by Hannah Ingalls
 

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Silver Bells Hat and Scarf


by Stephanie Earp
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stella's hat


by Melissa LaBarre
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Bamboos hat


by Christine de Savoie
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Cross Stitch Mock Cable Hat


Utilitarian pieces that will serve their purposes well but tend to be fairly boring to knit. This hat is my compromise. It isn’t too fancy, nor is it pedestrian. by Barbara Benson
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Lollipop


by Brittany Tyler
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Birdseye Beret


by Becky Herrick
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Salute Hat


Salute is a brimmed hat for all ages. by Kate Oates
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J.T.


The J.T. hat features a slip-stitch vertical rib with a horizontal indent, giving this pattern a masculine, rectangular, multi-block design. by Jesska Hoff
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Anthro-Style Plaited Head Wrap


Anthropologie Plaited Headwrap By Melynda Bernardi
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Two-hour Turban


Super quick and super easy, you can finish this while watching a movie. I spent less than half a skein of Rasta. by Signe Marie Richter
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Blue Leaf Headband


The chunky lace pattern on this headband adds some fun texture but still keeps your ears toasty. by Adrienne Krey
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Pole


Cardigan made in Worsted merino By Joji Locatelli
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Geodesic Cardigan


Intermediate cardigan with decorative neckline pleats. By Connie Chang Chinchio
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mishke


I love working cables but I dont love wearing them, so then it became a challenge to design a cabled sweater that I would wear. By Cocoknits. Rios
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Elysium


Wrap yourself in the wonderful feeling of this easy sideways-knit boxy cardigan, in stretchy garter stitch with short row yoke shaping. By Jennifer Dassau
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Adrift


For those cool evenings this soft, airy, elegant draped cardigan will keep you warm and stylish. By Carol Feller
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Vine Bolero


The pattern features seamless, top-down raglan shaping and a simple lace motif mirrored across the back and front. by Emily Johnson
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Aquarella Cardigan


Will keep you warm and toasty when you knit this classice desing.
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Celery Cardigan


This light and soft little cardigan is knitted easily in one piece from top down. by Veera Välimäki
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Iguana cardigan


The cardi is knitted side by side from the center to the sleeve.The funny part of it may be the “scales” on arms and shoulders. by Stephanie Roul
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Starry Night Cardigan


It is a great garment for those who want to keep the crocheting simple. by Linda Permann
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Breezy Cardigan


by Hannah Fettig
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Blue Honey


Knit sideways in one flat piece from right sleeve cuff to left, Blue Honey is a long open front cardigan with honeycomb stitch detail at shoulders and wide garter front edges by Jennifer Dassau
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Balmy


Constructed from the bottom up with reverse shaping, it works from negative ease to positive ease for a fit that is flattering yet comfortable. by Alicia Plummer
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arden


Arden is unisex elbow-length hand-warmer that uses a single skein of Malabrigo Worsted. By Mikka Tokuda-Hall
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honeycomb wrist warmers knit


One hank will be enough to make two pairs of these quick and easy wrist warmers, perfect for newer knitters who haven't worked thumb gussets before. By Courtney Spainhower
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75 Yard Malabrigo Fingerless Mitts


So I was successful in squeezing out a pair of fingerless mitts from the little tiny bit of Malabrigo leftover from the Koolhaas hat. By Jeanne Stevenson
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Fast & Easy Fingerless Mitts


This pattern works will with most any 50 gram worsted weight ball of yarn. By Lisa M. Beamer
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Spruce Tree Mittens


Is a cozy pair of mirror-image mittens, with a tall and skinny cable up the back. By Emily Benson
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LLP Fingerless Mittens (Star Trek)


I created this pattern for my sister’s friend who is a huge Star Trek fan. By Audrey Paquin
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Ishbel & Elena Mitts


The mitts come in two forms by Sarah Core
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Fast And Fearless Fingerless Mitts


Have just a little time? That s just a little problem! These mitts work up quickly! When you finish knitting the mitts, look at the outside of the thumbs and see the tulip motif. by Ellen Rodgers
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Super-Bulky Socks, Toe-Up or Top-Down


These are my go-to last-minute Christmas gift - you can knit them in a few hours and they take exactly one skein of Rasta By Liat Gat
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Pitt’s Mitts


by Brittany Tyler
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Momo


The grown up version of Little Momo, Momo is a top down raglan with a slip stitch hourglass cable panel down the front. by Terri Kruse
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All Natural


This breezy top is designed to hug the curves you love while being kind to those you don’t. by Stefanie Japel
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Gawain


This pullover features unusual cable panels and an even more unusual neck edging. With side shaping, and set-in sleeves with a saddle shoulder, it is a flattering fit for many body types. by Alison Green Will
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Buckwheat


Buckwheat is a sailor styled pullover with boat neck. by Veera Valimaki
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Ecuador


This is a very light and drapey cardigan, worked with fingering yarn at a fairly loose gauge. It features an A-line shape, with draped fronts and a very simple lace pattern in the body. by Joji Locatelli
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Rainbow Tunic


by Carol Wessinger
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Rasta Jacket


knitted in Rasta Solis By Jan Mitchell- Larsen
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July's Sock


This sock is all about form and nothing about function. by Nicole Cormier
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Shifting Sands Cardigan


Couldn t I convert it to a shawl collared cardigan instead? Decided to make a very fitted, long, empire waisted cardigan with a wow collar.Scarf by Grumperina This converted by Uncia
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Black and Red Socks


These are totally easy, top-down socks in Malabrigo Sock Yarn by Lara Neel
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The Triple Threat


boasts a trio of cables with pattern variations for warmers, cozies, and fingerless mitts for adults and children. by Kelly Herdrich
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Nathair Mitts


Nathair Mitts are a soft and squishy pair of mitts with a centered cable going down the back of the hand. By Dianna Morgan
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Bodhi Mittens (and Fingerless Mitts)


Dress up your hands! This pattern includes options for both mitten and fingerless mitt styles. By Tracey Grzegorczyk
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Phoenix Mitts


A wonderfully delicate and lightweight pair of fingerless mittens. by Julia Vaconsin
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Cane Sugar Mitts


These fingerless mitts invite you to play with a small amount of special yarn, be it new yarn candy, a sentimental leftover, or perhaps your first handspun. by Larissa Brown
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The Smart Glove


These gloves feature a long gauntlet cuff that can be worn three ways, and optional _pop top_ for your texting finger and thumbs. These will be your every day gloves by The Rainey Sisters
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Heart of the Lotus


Luxurious armwarmers in three versions, Ornate, Delicate and Sleek. by Lynne Vogel
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Cuffed ZigZag Fingerless Mitts


by Elizabeth Seidle
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Berlin


by Stefanie Bold
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Cloudland


Tres elegant spiraling lace faux cables that fit like a second skin. This pair took only one 200 yd skein of Malabrigo Finito by Lynne Vogel
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Nettle Mitts


by Elizabeth Pedersen
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Aviatrix baby hat


Aviatrix is a fun, fast pattern for the cutest, best fitting baby helmet you will find. By Justine Turner
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Owlie Sleep Sack


Pattern is for a newborn or infant. By Teresa Cole
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Fish Hat [Dead or Alive?]


By Thelma Egberts
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Blue Bonnet


Here's the hat for the beginner KAL over at DSD. By Debbie Bliemel
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Newborn baby blanket


A quick project, with 1 ball of Malabrigo worsted so soft it is pure goodness. by Altadena Green
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Newborn Vertebrae


newborn vertebrae is a frontless cardy to keep your little one s back and arms warm. by Kelly Brooker
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Slipped Rib Blanket


Could be lovely baby blanket.. or throw for couch or college bed by Sara Sprung
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Felipe


I have already gifted a bunch of these and mothers seem to love them! by Joji Locatelli
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Tangled Vine Socks


By Chrissy Gardiner
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Dancing in Puddles


by Alicia Plummer Spring is here!!! Add a cute pop of color to your rainboots (or fall boots!) with some cozy boot liners.
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Hedera


By Cookie A
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Lenke


Extra-tall bottom-up leg warmers with dramatic cables in front and back. by Andrea Rangel
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lucky 13 bed socks


Are socks for people who don t knit socks! by COCO knits
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Jax


Sexy and cute, designed to sit above the boot line and hug the back or side of your calf with ornamental cables and optional split lacing design. by Shireen Nadir
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Herzicolor


These socks are knit toe-up and feature a special kind of heel construction which allows a pattern to flow uninterruptedly around the heel. by Julia Riede
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Mossy


This sweater is quickly knitted up and is bound to keep your little ones snug and warm on those chilly winter. By Jolene Lye
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lila[c]loud


malabrigo lace used in double (2 skeins needed) By nadia crrtin-lechenne
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Bunny Nuggets


By Rebecca Danger
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Henry and Henrietta


A pair of lovey mice with extra long arms for hugging! By Rebecca Danger
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Curly Purly Soaker Pattern


This soaker pattern has a lot of stretch and is designed to fit snugly, keeping it nice and trim under clothing. by Marnie Ann Joyce
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Woolies


It creates an issue with fitting baby pants though, most current baby clothing lines are not made for bubble butts. by Jenny Raymond
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Sheep Puppet


Make your puppet. She and he Merino sheep.
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Small Bob


Small Bob is a finger puppet that the friendly folks at Malabrigo made as a gift especially for Casey. Due to popular demand, we asked the woman who crafted Small Bob to write out a pattern so that everyone who wanted to could crochet his or her own little Small Bob! By Monica Rodriguez
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Slant Pocket Bag


by Melissa Thetford
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Mitered Stripes Felted Bag


This little felted bag is constructed with mitered squares on point (which makes them diamonds) By Meta Kruzel
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Spick and Spats


This knitted version offers extra warmth for chilly autumn walks while also looking exceptionally dashing. Photo Andrew Leeke by Madelaine Pippa Bartlett
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Staffa


The loopy stitch is easy to master after a little practice and the large needles mean that it knits up quickly. by Heather Dixon
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Piedras


As soon as I saw this yarn, I envisioned a chunky, cabled bag. I’ve borrowed the color way name, as I fell in love with this riot of colors and the softness of the merino wool. by Elizabeth Helmich
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Rasta Basket


by Kate Vanover
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French Press Felted Slippers


Constructed more like a shoe than a sock, these felted slippers will keep you stylish AND comfortable! Also great for gifts, as it is a very quick project! By Melynda Bernardi
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Love Me Mary Jane Slipper Socks


by Theresa Grant
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Malabrigo Loafers


Wearing these loafers is like walking in a cloud. By Julie Weisenberger
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Bitty Booties


Both adorable and practical, this is the perfect gift for the cherished babe in your life. By Natalie Larson
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Squishy Love


Whether worn scrunched up around the neck, or hugging around the tops of shoulders, this little cowl will help keep the wearer snuggly warm and cosy. By Amanda Keeys
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Lupine Seed Cardigan


In the story, a girl’s grandfather inspires her to make the world a more beautiful place….so as a grown woman, she sows lupine seeds all over her seaside town to make it more beautiful. by Sara Gresbach
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Calendula


I wanted to create something sweet and simple, like those memories of the smallest things that meant the most. by Alicia Plummer
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Dewey


This simple tank top can be worn alone in the summer or paired with a long-sleeved tee and over leggings in the winter, too. by Kelly Herdrich
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Rune Sweater


Even with the cables, the sweater knits up quickly, with easy to memorize cables. By Devine Fredrickson
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Sheepy Pants


These are instructions for knitting in the round, making seamless pants. It has 6 sizes, newborn to toddler, as well as simple instructions to customize for any size you want. By Mandie Harrington
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Love Me Tender Baby


Knitted seamlessly from the top down, this design is particularly well-suited for kettle or hand dyed yarns. by Elizabeth Helmich
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Simply Stripy Sweater - Baby


The sweater for Baby is a top down raglan with a striped yoke & a button closure. It s knit all in one piece with no seaming & limited finishing. by Rae Blackledge
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LITTLE PIPPI BABY HAT


By Irina Poludnenko
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Lyalya Hoodie


by Natasha Schaffer
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Take Me To Your Leader Toddler Hat


I had the best time creating this pattern! This hat is great for Halloween or just cute for any little “alien” in your life! by Sharon Mooney
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Twisted Diamonds Baby Blanket


by Marit Saettem
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Munchkin


This is a great beginner hat that you can whip up in no time at all for a quick gift, or just to keep warm. by Laura Nelkin
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Fox Scarf Crochet Pattern


Wily as a fox scarf – and witty too! Treat yourself or that special animal lover in your life. by Jenny Turco
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Snake Scarf Crochet Pattern


Harry Potter fans – the perfect Slytherin house scarf! Treat yourself or that special reptile lover in your life by Jenny Turco
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Honeybee


by Hannah Haworth
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52. KNITTING PATTERN BJD MSD KAYEWIGGS DOLLS 18


by Soudane Créations
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Whole lotta lady lizzard


She is a voluptuous 17 inches long, Eddie is in love! By Kahra Grae
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Happy Frog


This sweet little frog is very easy to knit. by Emily Stoneking
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Zombie Monster


My Zombie Monster is inspired by Rebecca Danger and her fabulous monster patterns, and has been created with her permission. by Kimberly Kwon
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Hey, Cupcake!


Is a whimsical children’s hat design inspired by the novelty of a cupcake. By Reagan Rush
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Ouroboros


This snake is a bit more whimsical and is here to help you keep your coffee hot, your beer cold, and your hand dry and just the right temperature. By Tricia Lewis
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Cabled Kindle Sleeve


A cabled, buttoned slipcase for the Kindle 3 By Emily Nimz
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Patty


Small and very quick Double Moss stitch mug cozies with button closure. By Jenny Raymond
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stretched the line


This pillow is built on the different textures of the two yarns, not difficult stitches or techniques. by talitha kuomi
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waldorfmama felted water bottle carrier


The size of this felted carrier has been designed to fit an 18oz klean kanteen water bottle, but any comparable sized water bottle will also work well. by shelley caskey
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Quick to Felt Gifts, Collection of Seven Bowls


With exception of Mesa variation, all bowls are knit with a double strand of worsted weight yarn. by Carol Bristol
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waldorfmama felted iphone purse


This small purse was designed originally for iphones but obviously can be used for other items (such as a small wallet, keys, etc) or as a purse for a child by shelley caskey
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The Kim Bag


by Molly Conroy
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