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Arrowhead Cardigan

Get It Now M. K. Nance The Arrowhead Cardigan features a geometric, colorwork, arrowhead pattern at the yoke and simple colorwork bands at the hem and cuffs. Made from the bottom up in one-piece, the simple two-color motifs and easy construction make this a deceptively simple colorwork sweater for a novice and a rather quick…

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Heritage Cardigan

Get It Now Adrienne Larsen The handsome Heritage Cardigan is a classic colorwork menswear cardigan. A traditional Fair Isle motif is worked in a band across the chest, splitting the two-tone top and bottom. The cardigan is made from the bottom up and the sleeves are seamed into the armholes. Finished Size 39 (43 ,…

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Fireworks Socks

Get It Now Fireworks Socks by Anna Zilboorg, from Knitting Traditions Spring 2016 In the past, knitting traveled by artifact. A traveler took a knitted object to a new location, where people who were intrigued by what they saw figured out how they could make it themselves. Then they made their own artifacts patterned according to their…

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Turkish Purse

Get It Now Turkish Purse by Sarah Shippen, from Knitting Traditions Spring 2016 This pattern is adapted from a nineteenth-century Turkish purse now in the Gawthorpe Textiles Collection. The original piece has an allover geometric pattern and was knitted at nearly 20 stitches per inch (8 stitches per centimeter)! Clever details, such as the stitched-on edging, embellish…

Christ Church Tam

Christ Church Tam

Christ Church Tam by Laura Ricketts, from Knitting Traditions Spring 2016 The Christ Church Tam was my personal challenge to meld the beauty and light of stained glass with the warmth and texture of yarn. I used the delightfully springy, tightly plied Socks That Rock yarn because of its beautiful color and hand. As a result, the…

Little Birds Chullo

Little Birds Chullo

Get It Now Little Birds Chullo by Cynthia LeCount Samaké, from Knitting Traditions Spring 2016 You may have met Grace Murray, prolific knitter of South American caps, in Knitting Traditions, Fall 2015. When I visited her just prior to publication, her needles were flying to finish Andean-Inspired Cap #286, and I felt like such a slug with…

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Strolling Round the Square Beaded Shawlette

Get It Now Strolling Round the Square Beaded Shawlette by Manda Shah, from Knitting Traditions Spring 2016 With its unique shape and allover lace, this knitted shawl is a joy to make. Beads add more intrigue and sparkle to the finished shawl. Finished Size 35″ wide at bottom and 40″ long on sides, blocked. Yarn SweetGeorgia CashLuxe…

Daisy Crescent Shawl

Daisy Crescent Shawl

Get It Now Daisy Crescent Shawl by Gabriella Henry, from Knitting Traditions Spring 2016 Inspired by traditional sontag shawls, the Daisy Crescent Shawl is a modern take on the garter-stitch shawls of old. A pretty flower border makes this the perfect springtime knit, while the generous size and wearable crescent shape will ensure that any lingering winter…

Lilacs & Rain Shawl

Lilacs & Rain Shawl

Get It Now Lilacs & Rain Shawl by Katrina King, from Knitting Traditions Spring 2016 My first spring at Colorado State University was a unique assault on my senses. Because I was born and raised in the desert western half of Colorado, my nose had to acclimate to the flora and the amount of moisture in the…

Bluestocking Stole

Bluestocking Stole

Get It Now Bluestocking Stole by Manda Shah, from Knitting Traditions Spring 2016 Not too easy but not too difficult to make, this stole was born out of an idea of using a lace panel and mirroring its halved portion instead of repeating the same panel widthwise. Basic lace stitches combined with nupps provide the shape and…