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  CAP-SLEEVE VEST
This textural vest is crocheted in the most basic of all Tunisian stitches—the aptly named Tunisian simple stitch (TSS). Once you’ve mastered TSS, you can go back to your comfort zone: The vest’s outside borders are picked up and knit in garter stitch.
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  CHECKERBOARD AND FLOOR CUSHIONS
A playable checkerboard pillow and coordinating floor cushions are worked in Tunisian simple stitch; separate bobbins keep track of each colorblocking shade. The “checkers” are simple crocheted circles.
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  CLUTCH PURSE AND BROOCH
Easy-to-make clutch and brooch.
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  CROCHET CUP FLOWER
These accents are worked in rows of increasing stitches. Short rows shape the blooms; blanket stitch decorates the outer edges.
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  CROCHET FLOWERS
Several types of flowers are crocheted in different ways—some worked in rows, others in rounds.
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  CROCHETED CAFTAN
All the starlets are wearing one: The peekaboo crocheted caftan is a shore bet this season. Ours is worked identically on both sides. Each side starts with a large triangle to which two smaller triangles are added at either side to forma rectangle.
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  DROP-STITCH TANK
Mistake? Not at all. Dropped stitches take the place of lovely lacework on this simple scoop-neck tank. The ladder effect
is created by dropping the yarn overs worked within the rib every six rows.
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  I-CORD NECKLACE
A multi-looped I-cord necklace is gussied up with a passel of flowers created on the Boye Bloom Loom.
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  Knit Simple 2012 Spring/Summer
• Cool Scarves in Bright Colors
• Drop Stitches in Soft Naturals
• Sweet Dresses for Little Girls
• Beach Party! Casual  Coverups for Summer Days
• Fun With Flowers Looms
• Plus Five Easy Flowers To Make
Current & Back Issues, Knit Simple Magazine
  KNITTED FLOWER
Florals usually aren’t so geometric, which makes these pins all the more striking. They’re stitched in three sizes of three layers of three petals each.
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  LACE SCARF
Wide, long and dramatic, this periwinkle pleaser is knit in a rippling-water lace pattern.
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  LACE STOLE
Stitched wide to show off the pretty patterning—a central diamond-lace motif flanked by smaller lace diamonds—this
stole easily dresses up or down.
Patterns, Knit Simple Magazine, Universal Yarn
  LADDERED SHELL
The neck-to-hem columns of drop stitches on this A-line tank visually elongate your torso.
Patterns, Knit Simple Magazine, Universal Yarn
  MAN'S STRIPED POLO SWEATER
Skinny ribbing at the cuffs, hem and neckline won’t constrict, making this an ideal choice for guys who want an easy fit.
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  NECKLACE TANK
Light and airy, the body of this unique shell is crocheted in a Tunisian “knit” stitch with a DK-weight cotton and a very large size Q/15mmTunisian crochet hook. Each side is a simple rectangle sewn to its mirror image at the side seams. The “necklace” is constructed with plastic rings covered in single crochet and joined together to form the yoke and straps.
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  OPENWORK & STRIPED SCARVES
Get two looks from one scarf. It’s stitched in an easy lace pattern that’s raised on the right side and flat on the flip side. This stitch lies flat, so no need to worry about edge curling.
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  OPENWORK COWL & SKINNY SCARF
Easy-to-knit cowl and scarves.
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  PICOT TRIM DRESS
Pretty yet practical pockets and ruffled ribbing on the skirt make for an extra-special casual dress.
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  PONCHO STYLE TOP
This casual coverup is knit horizontally, then seamed along the center front and back for visual interest. A chain tie runs through eyelets at the waist. The subtle shadow striping is created by knitting a few rows with a single strand of yarn and a few rows using two strands.
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  RUFFLED DRESS
This two-toned layered confection uses ruffles and a rosette to perfectly suit little girls’ taste in togs. Each ruffle layer is joined to the previous one as you work,making final assembly a breeze.
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  SHORT-ROW SCARF
Short rows create the gradual curves on this flirty cravat, worked in a feather fagotting stitch.
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  SIDEWAYS SHELL
Working this top side to side allows for a nifty trick: The drop stitching forms horizontal stripes rather than vertical ones. Garter stitching sandwiches the stockinette body to create instant borders.
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  STRIPED ANORAK
This hooded coverup, knit sideways from sleeve to sleeve, has a roomy pouch pocket to store essentials during an ocean stroll. The hemmed borders around the hood do more than forma clean edge; they also encase the I-cord tie.
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  STRIPED BOAT-NECK SWEATER
Calm, cool and collected, this boat-neck beauty with slim stripes and rolled edges exudes casual elegance. The keyhole back opening is neatly finished with a loop-and-button closure.
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  STRIPED DRESS
Candy-stripe this charmer in bands of pink and white that travel this way and that. It’s knit in two pieces from the bottom up.
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  TEXTURED DRESS
Easy openwork patterns outline the skirt, waistband and sleeve edges of this adorable dress, worked in one piece from the top down.
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  TRIANGLE WRAP
A simple triangle wrap that’s knit from the center-top down.
Patterns, Knit Simple Magazine, Vickie Howell
  V-NECK BLOUSE
This relaxed V-neck—its textured-rib columns emanating from the deep ribbed waistband like the sun’s rays—shines as an easy, breezy wardrobe staple. The shaping is worked into the patterning, so all your increase and decrease stitches create the pretty detailing.
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  YOKE DETAIL CARDI
The dropped stitches on this short-sleeve cardi—knit flat in one piece from the top down—are used sparingly as a textural yoke detail. The self-contained openwork comes from dropping a double yarn over on the very next round.
Patterns, Knit Simple Magazine