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  ADVENT CALENDAR
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  BASKETWEAVE BLANKET
Snuggle with the entire family under this cheerful blanket. A simple rib alternates with a double-garter-stitch pattern to create a woven effect. The alternating patterns may look complex, but actually they are easy enough for beginners.
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  BIRD GARLAND
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  BLAZER
This stockinette jacket knits up in no time. The sleeves are worked from stitches held as the body is completed; the shawl collar and ribbed trimare picked up and knit in finishing.
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  CABLED JACKET
Allover cables create a braided effect on this true-blue double-breasted jacket. The trim for the front bands and hemline is picked up and ribbed, then worked in stockinette to forma rolled edge. The distinctive collar is picked up along the neck edge and worked similarly to the trim, but is shaped instead with short rows.
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  CABLED LAYETTE SET
The blanket and hooded cardigan of this set share diamond cables filled with double seed stitch, a texture echoed on the borders and straps of the trousers. A button placket extends down the trousers' inseam and legs for easy diaper access.
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  CABLED WRAP
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  CAPELET
Shaped with short rows, this garter-stitch piece is a cinch to make. The fold-down lace collar is formed by an unsewn portion of the cast-on and bound-off edges, seamed to that point to form the main tube. The buttons added along the seamed edge are for decoration only.
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  COAT
A boxy jacket with garter-stitch button bands is worked in a “woven” slip-stitch pattern.
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  COVER COWL
A speedy, stylish cowl.
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  COWL NECK CAPE
Vivid as fall foliage, this A-line poncho-style cape in a deep berry hue warms up the festivities. Worked in the round from the deep ribbed bottom edge to the generous cowl, it sports a garter-ridge detail and interior shaping for a flattering fit. Faux slip-stitch seams on either side stabilize the piece and add a pretty element of surprise.
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  EASY WRAP
This wrap is a simple rectangle in a diagonal rib pattern with openings at the wrists. The contrasting trim forms an accent at the arm openings, front bands and collar. The yarn is soft and lofty, providing drape without a lot of weight.
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  FAIRIES
Each fairy is worked in the round in pieces that are assembled as you go. Their sweet faces are embroidered on after
finishing. Accessorize your little friends according to your whims: Choose between firefly and butterfly wings and yarn
hair or an acorn like flower cap. The precious flower purse unfurls to show every petal. The central portion is worked in
the round on double-pointed needles; from there, the petals are shaped and completed separately. I-cord ties are
threaded through buttonholes in each petal.
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  GRANNY BLANKET
Snowflakes appear to blanket the fabric of Jeannie Chin’s rustic afghan, assembled from 265 crocheted granny squares.
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  HAT & SCARF
Dressy nights need dressy accessories. The welted-edge scarf is knit horizontally, which means you cast on scads of stitches and work only a few rows. The cap is worked back and forth, shaped with short rows and seamed.
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  Knit Simple 2011 Holiday
• Vickie Howell; meet the crafty superstar!
• Sparkling Holidays!
• 38 Fun-tastic Projects
• Fairyland Fantasy; Susan B. Anderson's adorable sprites
• Deck the Halls; the coolest & most colorful Christmas ever!
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  LACE LAYETTE SET
This set features a pretty eyelet pattern and scalloped crocheted trim. The blanket and cardi are worked back and forth on straight needles, while the cap is knit in the round. These pieces are easy projects for beginning lace knitters.
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  LACE VEST
Stitched sideways from cast-on to bind-off in a zigzag lace pattern, this vest is fitted in the back and drapes in the front.
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  LACY WRAP
This versatile shawl with scarf-like ends is worked from end to end in a variety of patterns—ribbing and slip stitching near the edges, two different lace motifs across the back and stockinette in between.
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  MAN'S HAT & STRIPED SCARF
This masculine hat/scarf duo is simple to stitch up. The scarf, embellished with thin stripes near the edges, is worked in a skinny rib throughout. The cap, which is knit in the round, sports a breezy Fair Isle motif; shaping begins when the colorwork is complete. Though the colors coordinate, the patterning isn’t matchy-matchy, a design choice that many men will appreciate.
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  MAN'S V-NECK HOODIE
This simple stockinette pullover gets its sporty vibe from a roomy pouch pocket and a hood that extends from the V-neckline.
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  MITTEN ORNAMENTS
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  MOBIUS COWL
This iridescent piece, crocheted in a five-round lace pattern, gets its signature twist by joining the foundation round into amobius loop and continuing in the round without turning the fabric.
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  SPARKLE WRAP
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  STRIPED HOODIE
Whimsical yet practical, the zip-up jacket shown opposite features a subtly peaked hood that is picked up and knit along the neck edge; the pockets are stitched separately and sewn to the fronts. The shoulders are joined with Eaton’s signature 3-needle bind-off on the wrong side.
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  SWEATER ORNAMENTS
The only time it’s OK to shrink a sweater is when you’re making these adorable adornments. The pullovers are worked in the round with raglan sleeve shaping (the central cable is optional); the cardigans are knit back and forth in one piece, with held stitches for the sleeves. As you would with a full-scale garment, customize the look by choosing contrasting colors for the yoke, sleeves and cuffs, and rib the collar (or not) at will.
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  TREE HAT AND TREE PULLOVER
For a playful twist on seasonal sweater dressing, add tree appliqués instead of intarsia motifs to this sweater/hat set. The hat boasts a tassel that’s attached to a braided cord and pulled through the top.
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  WAVE SCARF
Minimal effort yields eye-catching results. This scarf is simply a six-row garter-stitch-based feather-and-fan pattern that works up quickly on large needles. The confetti like nature of the wrap is a fun by-product of this novelty yarn, which has ribbon tendrils built right in.
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  WOVEN BELL SHRUG
This bell-sleeved beauty is cleverly constructed, knit from cuff to center back and grafted up the middle. The sleeves
are worked in the round; the back is then stitched straight across after the armholes and neck have been shaped.
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