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Ravelry: Isn't She Lovely Scarf pattern by Alexis Adrienne

Isn't She Lovely Scarf pattern by Alexis Adrienne

Irish Hiking Scarf.  A great first cabling project knit with worsted weight yarn.  You can make this with only two skeins of Cascade 220!

Irish Hiking Scarf. A great first cabling project knit with worsted weight yarn. You can make this with only two skeins of Cascade 220!

Ravelry: Ribbed Keyhole Scarf pattern by Emily Johannes

Ribbed Keyhole Scarf pattern by Emily Johannes

Ravelry: Ribbed Keyhole Scarf pattern by Emily Johannes

Ravelry: Diagonal Lace Linen Scarf or Wrap pattern by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas - made scarf in claudia handpainted linen poppy - so much fun now making wrap in ink

Ravelry: Diagonal Lace Linen Scarf or Wrap pattern by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas - made scarf in claudia handpainted linen poppy - so much fun now making wrap in ink

Knitting Pattern by DeuxBrinsDeMaille

Knitting Pattern Scarf, Blue Jean Wrap, Denim

Ravelry: Galaxy Glam pattern by Emily Johannes

Galaxy Glam pattern by Emily Johannes

Ravelry: Galaxy Glam pattern by Emily Johannes

Ravelry: Eternal Sunshine pattern by June Thomsen

Eternal Sunshine pattern by June Thomsen

Ravelry: Eternal Sunshine pattern by June Thomsen

Ravelry: Curvo pattern by Sachiko Burgin

Curvo pattern by Sachiko Burgin

Ravelry: Curvo pattern by Sachiko Burgin

Ravelry: Zariah Shawl pattern by Emily Johannes

Zariah Shawl pattern by Emily Johannes

Ravelry: Zariah Shawl pattern by Emily Johannes

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Diwaja pattern by Waltraud Dick

Ravelry: Dragonflies Jumper pattern by Joji Locatelli

Dragonflies Jumper pattern by Joji Locatelli

Ravelry: Dragonflies Jumper pattern by Joji Locatelli

This is a simple, classic pullover with an easy mock cable stitch pattern. It has a slightly more formal sensibility due to the edges that integrate with the overall pattern. The stretchy nature of the stitch pattern provides a little waistline definition. The open scoop neckline is high enough to be modest and yet low enough to show a little skin, adding length to the neck. All sections are worked bottom up.

The Elizabeth Cole Pullover pattern by Robin Hunter

This is a simple, classic pullover with an easy mock cable stitch pattern. It has a slightly more formal sensibility due to the edges that integrate with the overall pattern. The stretchy nature of the stitch pattern provides a little waistline definition. The open scoop neckline is high enough to be modest and yet low enough to show a little skin, adding length to the neck. All sections are worked bottom up.