Date-Night Knit Sweater
This is a simple pattern with just enough interest to make the knitting worthwhile. Designed by Cathy Payson www.redheart.com
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Crystal Lattice Shawl
Knit up this spectacular shawl, perfect for every season. Designed by Denise Powell [email protected]
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Summer Sunshine Shell
It's going to be your favorite summer top, using cotton or linen yarn. The I-cord is knitted on while finishing up the garment. Designed by Ruthie Snell www.ruti.ca
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Cocktail Cover Up
It's easier than it looks to make this elegant beach cover up. Knitted openwork makes it quick to make. Designed by Lorna Miser www.redheart.com
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Guatemalan Bag
A knitted bag with intarsia colorwork. Designed by Denise Powell www.ravelry.com [email protected]
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Floppy Sunflower Baby Hat
Floppy Sunflower Baby Hat
How do you make a cute baby cuter? Answer: with this knitted hat specifically designed to keep baby's head warm and sheltered by the sun, and adding a dose of cuteness to boot! Designed by Julia Cheng The Yarn Store 17817 Leslie Street, Unit 40 Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 8C6 www.theyarnstore.ca 905.853.7001
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Chunky Knit Cabled Vest
Spring is a season of unpredictable temperatures. This vest has you covered on those warm spring days when the breeze can still send a shiver up your back. Elegantly cabled, it`s tailored just in the right spots to give you a soft curve at the waist. So easy to make! Designed by Lisa Gentry www.redheart.com
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Rozy Cozy Tea Cozy
Rozy Cozy Tea Cozy
When this cozy was finished and sitting on the teapot, my husband looked at it and said, “Could you make a hat like that?” Well yes, I could, and so can you if you’d prefer a very silly hat to a rather silly tea cozy. Designed by Denise Powell [email protected] Ravelry: DoctorKnit
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Fairisle Eggs
Fairisle Eggs
These eggs are the best! They are a great project to learn to work fair isle, and working in the round. Three fair isle patterns included. Designed by Julia Cheng The Yarn Store 17817 Leslie Street, Unit 40 Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 8C6 www.theyarnstore.ca 905.853.7001
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Peyote Stitch Beaded Pen
Peyote Stitch Beaded Pen

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Embellishing a pen with the tubular peyote stitch can have a dazzling effect. There are two variations of tubular peyote, even and uneven (or odd), which refers to the number of beads that make up the first two rows of the project. Designed by Diane Mugford [email protected] 604.820.7932
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Amber Memories Tablecloth
Amber Memories Tablecloth
Picture yourself sitting outside under a shade tree weaving the afternoon away while making this beautiful table cloth. The 2x2 Monk’s Cloth is light and easy to handle, a perfect summer project for a beginner to advanced weaver. The sparkly yarns give it that extra special touch. Designed by Christine Allan Christine’s Swedish Weaving www.funandfastpatterns.ca [email protected]
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Eadie Mae
Eadie Mae
Most designs begin with basic shapes. Eadie Mae began with the same basic body shape that Sherry used in the Spring 2011 issue, but Lucy adapted the doll’s construction to suit her style and to suit the machine embroidery techniques used in this pattern. Designed by Lucy Garvin [email protected] & Sherry Del Rizzo [email protected]
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Little Bonnet
Little Bonnet
Turning a handkerchief into a baby bonnet is a simple and sweet way to create a memorable baby gift. The intent of the handkerchief bonnet is that it will be worn as a bonnet for the baby’s homecoming or Christening, then put away. When the baby has grown up and is getting married, the stitches will be snipped out of the bonnet and the bride will carry it at her wedding as part of the ‘something old’ tradition. It can then be stitched into a bonnet again for the couple’s child. Designed by Evelyn Bouma
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Bobbles by the yard
Bobbles by the Yard
This is a fun, easy project for beginner bead knitters that can be used for a multitude of things. Knit this versatile beaded ribbon and add some bling to your wardrobe. Designed by Flo Flory [email protected]
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Quilt Block Potholder
Quilt Block Potholder
Fill text. Designed by Denise Powell [email protected] Ravelry: DoctorKnit
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Privy Garden Pillow
Privy Garden Pillow
The Privy Gardens were kept private until the 20th century and have been restored to their 1702 glory. They showcase a formal symmetry featuring graceful curved gravel paths winding between yew and holly bushes. It was the lines traced by the paths that I tried to capture in this design. Curved lines in cable patterns are very difficult to achieve so I used appliqué I-cords along with the traditional knitted-in technique. I selected seed stitch for highlights, to add texture and reference the gravel stones. Then set each pattern in mirror image quadrants to follow the symmetry of the gardens. Designed by Fiona Ellis www.fionaellisonline.com
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