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  AFGHAN

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #26
Design by The Knit Simple Design Team

A flecked blanket alternates blocks of stockinette and reverse stockinette to create an oversized basketweave pattern. Garter stitching borders the edges. Infuse some color by doing up blocks in a contrasting tweed.

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  A-LINE COAT

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #14
Design by Liz Nields

This lightweight bulky coat suits evenings in warmer climates as well as days in the frosty north. It is worked in moss-stitch for the body meshing perfectly with ribbing on shoulders and upper back and sleeves.

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  AMERICAN SCARF

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #11
Design by Jil Eaton

This garter-stitch scarf, designed by Jil Eaton, colorblocked in half a dozen peppy hues is a perfect article to utilize your stash and sports cute finger pompoms. You can use this design to display school colors and/or omit the poms.

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  AUSTRIAN MITTENS

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #2
Design by the Knit Simple design team

These cherry red Austrian mitts are knit in an organic merino wool and embellished with crocheted flowers and leaves. If you want to take the Austrian theme further, crochet the flowers in edelweiss white.

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  BAA-BARA THE SHEEP
Playtime with a fluffy moveable-mouth woodland-creature puppet that fit small hands and big imaginations. Knit from one basic pattern and make unique animal-specific embellishments.
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  BAMBOO STITCH PILLOW

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #30
Design by Tanis Gray

Refined basketweave pillow shamis done in a quartet of must-touch knit/purl textures. They work up quickly on large needles in three sections—a front and two back pieces that overlap and close at the ribbed buttonhole band.

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  BASKETWEAVE PILLOW

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #27
Design by Tanis Gray

Refined basketweave pillow shamis done in a quartet of must-touch knit/purl textures. They work up quickly on large needles in three sections—a front and two back pieces that overlap and close at the ribbed buttonhole band.

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  BELL SLEEVED CARDI

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #15
Design by Barry Klein

The collar and sleeves of this sophisticated fall-open cardi sport dramatic notches. It also features knitted-in pockets, each sleeve is worked in two pieces, then joined at the point of the notched opening.

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  BUGS THE RABBIT
Playtime with a fluffy moveable-mouth woodland-creature puppet that fit small hands and big imaginations. Knit from one basic pattern and make unique animal-specific embellishments.
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  CANADIAN MITTENS

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #1
Design by the Knit Simple design team

Knit flat in a two-needle mitten pattern, this pair sports sassy ribbing and a knitted snowflake in winter white motif in duplicate stitch.

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  CARDIGAN WITH SCARF

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #25
Design by Maie Landra

The self-striping hues of two types of hand-dyed yarns are worked in stockinette with one-button closures at the neck and sewn-on collars that extend into skinny scarves. Pick up the sleeves at the underarms and work them down to the desired length.

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  DIAGONAL RIB PILLOW

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #29
Design by Tanis Gray

Refined basketweave pillow shamis done in a quartet of must-touch knit/purl textures. They work up quickly on large needles in three sections—a front and two back pieces that overlap and close at the ribbed buttonhole band.

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  DOUBLE SEED STITCH PILLOW

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #28
Design by Tanis Gray

Refined basketweave pillow shamis done in a quartet of must-touch knit/purl textures. They work up quickly on large needles in three sections—a front and two back pieces that overlap and close at the ribbed buttonhole band.

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  FLUFFY THE CAT
Playtime with a fluffy moveable-mouth woodland-creature puppet that fit small hands and big imaginations. Knit from one basic pattern and make unique animal-specific embellishments.
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  FRENCH SCARF

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #9
Design by Kim Haesemeyer

French flair abounds in this shaped, ribbed muffler that starts wide, narrows at the center, then widens again at the opposite end. Choose two complementary flecked colorways of the same yarn create depth and interest.

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  FROG HAT AND SCARF

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #36/37
design by Nicky Epstein

It is easy being green when you’ve got this amphibious set.Worked in garter stitch, it’s an easy knit and a fun wear for any child.

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  GOAT PILLOW

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #34
Design by Amy Bahrt

This cozy critter cushion is child’s-play to knit: A simple stockinette shape with fun details—like the goat’s shaped I-cord horns—add dashes of whimsy.

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  HAVE A HEART AFGHAN
Download this free knitting pattern.
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  HIGH NECK VEST

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #22
Design by Mari Lynn Patrick

Texture abounds in this button-down vest. Ribs switch from sidelong to up-and-down, while a ridge pattern adorns the shoulders and lower portions. Knit in one piece to the armholes, allowing you to customize the shaping to your measurements.

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  ICELANDIC SCARF

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #8
Design by Cheryl Murray

A lightly felted stockinette scarf becomes a canvas for wide free-formneedle-felted flowers. As seven I-cords start each side, stitch all the cords on one needle so they easily align when you join them for the scarf.

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  IRISH SCARF

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #12
Design by Lisa Buccellato

Aran diamonds are flanked by braid cables in a tweedy stunner bordered by broken rib. If you normally find cables too bulky, give these graceful twists a try.

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  Knit Simple 2008/09 Winter
• Global Warmth
• Culture Club
• Vest & Relaxation
• Family Ties
• Winter Pleasures
• It's a Zoo Out There!
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  MEDALLION WRAP

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #16
Design by Treva McCain

The medallions that make up this eye-catching wrap are crocheted in three different combos of the same four colors, then joined into a triangle. And you can piece together fewer motifs for an equally great-looking stole.

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  MEN'S STRIPED VEST

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #24
Design by Dawn Leeseman

A scoop-neck earns its stripes by combining two colors in an easy four-row slip-stitch pattern. Ribbing picked up at the round neckline and armholes polishes the look. The beauty of a slip-stitch pattern is that only one color is worked in any given row. It’s the quickest and simplest of all colorwork techniques.

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  MEN'S WINDOWPANE COVER

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #21
Design by Therese Chynoweth

Thin checkerboard etched into a handsome V-neck that sports ribbed edges and sloped shoulder shaping. Fair Isle stranding is employed horizontally, while vertically, single strands of yarn are carried up the wrong sides.

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  NEOPOLITAN PULLOVER

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #19
Design by Cheryl Murray

Stripes spiral the yoke of this yummy pullover with shaped waist and garter-stitch edges. An embroidered running stitch will call attention to the pucker effect in the yoke.

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  NEW ZEALAND MITTENS

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #4
Design by the Knit Simple design team

This two-needle mitten base in burgundy, boasts a black cuff and embroidered fern detail (the fern is a traditional Kiwi symbol).

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  NORWEGIAN SCARF

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #7
Design by Tanis Gray

Skinny stripes on a garter-stitch scarf set off felted Nordic stars worked separately and sewn on. Knit in Dale of Norway’s Ara and Hubro. Instead of cutting star shapes from felted stockinette-stitch squares, snip some purchased felt and attach with fabric glue.

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  PERUVIAN SHAWL

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #5
Design by Heather Carlson

This soft scarlet shawl is merely a massive garter-stitch rectangle with I-cord trim that’s hung in loops and fringed. If you’re purl-averse, take note:When you use such a dramatic yarn in a sumptuous color, all you have to do is knit.

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  PLUSH PULLOVER
No seams in sight on this cushy number knit mostly in the round with sleeves picked up at the armholes; the shoulders are joined by three-needle bind-off.
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  QUACKER THE BIRD
Playtime with a fluffy moveable-mouth woodland-creature puppet that fit small hands and big imaginations. Knit from one basic pattern and make unique animal-specific embellishments.
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  RACCOON HAT

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #31
Design by Amy Bahrt

This striped cap, knit flat and seamed up the back, sports a fiberfill-stuffed tail. The garter-stitch scarf starts with a masked face shaped by increases and ends with its own adorable striped tail.

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  RACCOON SCARF

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #32
Design by Amy Bahrt

This striped cap, knit flat and seamed up the back, sports a fiberfill-stuffed tail. The garter-stitch scarf starts with a masked face shaped by increases and ends with its own adorable striped tail.

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  ROCCO THE RACCOON
Playtime with a fluffy moveable-mouth woodland-creature puppet that fit small hands and big imaginations. Knit from one basic pattern and make unique animal-specific embellishments.
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  SCOTTISH MITTENS

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #3
Design by Lori Steinberg

Showcase your stranding with these oatmeal-motif Fair Isle beauties. Try not to pull too tightly when carrying the stranded yarn, or the fabric will pucker in front.

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  SNAKE SWEATER

Knit Simple Magazine Winter 2008/09 #33
Design by Nicky Epstein

Little boys aren’t always made of snakes. But when you think they are, stitch a stuffed one right around the shoulders and down the front of a classic, v-neck, raglan-sleeve, pocket cardigan.
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  SWING JACKET
A cropped topper with saucy short sleeves and sewn-under hems takes shape in a slipstitch pattern. It’s the self-striping yarn that creates the built-in patterning.
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  SWING VEST

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #23
Design by Mari Lynn Patrick

The swing shaping in this comfy number comes courtesy of decreases worked on the wrong side. The contrast-color trim is picked up from a crocheted chain stitch, knitted and finished with a sewn hem.

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  TEDDY THE BEAR
Playtime with a fluffy moveable-mouth woodland-creature puppet that fit small hands and big imaginations. Knit from one basic pattern and make unique animal-specific embellishments.
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  THREE-QUARTER SLEEVE PULLOVER

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #20
Design by Coralie Meslin

Kimono-style sleeves encircled with ridges adorn a close-fitting tunic with rounded collar. Try playing with proportion by lengthen the sleeves and crop the body.

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  TIE-YOKE PULLOVER

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #13
Design by Kristin TenDyke

A sweater with i-cords tying around buttons with soft waist shaping, worked in the round from the bottom up.

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  URUGUAY SCARF

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #10
Design by Faith Hale

Crocheted in a shell stitched in five playful and electric colors, this scarf is worked from side to side. For optic fun, add fringe in alternating colors.

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  WELSH SCARF

Knit Simple Winter 2008/09 #6
Design by Christa Tegtmeier

Big yarn and big needles let you speed through this gorgeously variegated scarf, of pure wool, in a three-stitch rib. When changing skeins, leave the long tails loose at the edges.

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