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Hoxton Basic Hat

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A chunky variation on a classic, designed for beginner knitters. This is a stylish and easy-to-wear headwear is equally suited to apres-ski and urban exploring.

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Mitt-O-Matic Fingerless Mittens Generator

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Any size, any yarn, any gauge...enter some simple measurements and generate a pattern for easy fingerless mittens, personalised just for you. We created this interactive pattern especially for hand-spun yarns that don’t necessarily match a standard yarn weight but it works for any yarn, from sock weight to chunky.

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iPhone Cosy

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An iPhone cover in 4 ply / sock yarn, knitted in the round in a textured stitch.

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Baby Wrap-Cardigan

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A seamless baby wrap-style cardigan with contrast edging in DK weight cotton, fastened with buttons and hidden press-stud. The body is knitted in one piece with the sleeves knitted onto the armholes in-the-round to minimise uncomfortable seams.

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Staggered Rib Scarf

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A cosy, chunky-weight, unisex scarf in a reversible, diagonal rib pattern. The stitch pattern is quick-to-knit and simple enough for a beginner, although it requires a bit of concentration.

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Ruffle Lace Scarf

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Wrap up warm in this soft, girly scarf in medium-weight mohair. The scarf is knitted lengthways in purl ridges, with ruffles are created using simple yarn-over increases.

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Dream Shrug

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A lacy mohair shrug with elbow-length sleeves and deep ribbing. The simple ripple pattern makes the most of colour-change yarn. Suitable for novice knitters who want to tackle new skills, this is a great introduction to knitting lace and working in the round.

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Stash-buster cushion

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This is a great way to use up aran-weight leftovers from other projects. Each coloured row used no more than 5g of yarn. The front of the cushion cover is knitted in an slip-stitch pattern which is easy and fun. Instructions are given for a fabric back with zip fastening.

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