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  ASYMMETRICAL PONCHO
Knit in the round, this reverse-stockinette-stitch design skews easily upward with decreases worked on one side only, after which the shoulder shaping begins.
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  COLORBLOCK COWL
It’s hard to be anything but upbeat when you’re clad in neon-bright hues like these. This slouchy style works up quickly in wide stripes of orange and magenta; an easy-to-do broken-rib pattern adds a welcome touch of texture.
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  COWL-NECK PONCHO
Alternating bands of stockinette and reverse stockinette form a generous cowl collar that falls gracefully over this flounced poncho.
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  CROCHETED SHAWL
Double-crochet stripes begin at the low hip and work their way to the neck, with decreases at the center back and sides to form a V shape—and a perfect layering piece.
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  HEATING PAD COVER
A cheerful motif gives heart to this heating-pad cover. The one-piece front is knit in stockinette, with garter-stitch edging and a checkerboard-style frame; the two-piece back, knit in stockinette, cleverly forms an overlap opening for a purchased buckwheat heating pad.
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  HEDGEHOG BLANKET
Alternating striped and solid sections make a pretty playground for intarsia hedgehogs and mushrooms. Fringe for the quills and French knots for the mushrooms’ dots are applied in finishing.
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  HEDGEHOG FAMILY & MUSHROOMS
Both mama- and baby-size hedgehogs are worked in stockinette with loop stitch to mimic their quills; safety buttons stand in for the eyes and nose.
In the wild, these mushrooms carry the hedgehog moniker because of the spines on the underside of the cap. Who knew? Embroider the satin-stitch dots on the mushrooms after stuffing them to keep the stitching from puckering the cap.
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  HEDGEHOG HAT AND SCARF
Borrowing the same intarsia motifs from the blanket, a singular hedgehog sniffs her way along the front of this hat, appearing again on the scarf, where she’s met by a mushroom. Simple edges—k1, p1 ribbing for the hat and garter stitch for the scarf—frame this set’s whimsical tableau.
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  HEDGEHOG SLIPPERS
The sides, sole and back of these fanciful footies are worked in garter stitch, while contrasting stockinette forms the adorable faces. Little ears are knit separately and sewn on; French knots stand in for the eyes.
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  HONEYCOMB & POMPOM SCARF
A lush, extra-long scarf designed to wrap you up in honeycomb-cable goodness while allowing the faux-fur pompoms to hang down in all their fluffy glory. 
Patterns, Knit Simple Magazine, Vickie Howell
  HOT-WATER-BOTTLE COVER
This heart-shaped hot water bottle will keep your sweetheart cozy and warm when you’re not there. Nestle it in a stockinette cover with a lacy heart motif to up the flirt factor. The ribbed band at the top is picked up and knit, adding a row of eyelets. 
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  Knit Simple 2014 Winter
• 34 Quick & Cozy Knits
• Winter Woolies
• Your Neck's Project: 12 Easy Cowls & Wraps
• Hedgehogs: Kids' Cuddly BFFs
• Stitch a Comfy Mohair Poncho!
• Home Sweet Home: Contemporary Classics
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  LACE-EDGE COWL
Don something pretty to help you over the midweek hump. This simple but chic style starts and ends with a subtle chevron lace pattern; stockinette stitches fill the in- between space.
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  NECK WARMER
Say good-bye to neck discomfort with this microwavable neck warmer. Simple shaping and speedy stockinette stitch create the gently curving cover. The overlapping back opening makes it easy to insert and remove the purchased buckwheat form.
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  ONE SWEATER FOUR LOOKS
MOCK TURTLENECK: Three-quarter sleeves and a stand-up collar make for an elegant silhouette.
SLEEVELESS SHELL WITH COWL: Omit the sleeves and you?ve got a chic little shell.
RIBBED TURTLENECK: Stitch the basic stockinette sweater with full-length sleeves, then pick up and knit the collar in a classic 2 x 2 ribbing.
HOODED PULLOVER: This hoodie, a variation of the long-sleeved style.
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  PICOT-HEM COWL
Start the week off right with a bright bit of color. Worked in the round in alternating colors, this face-framing scarf alternative has a fold-over hem finished with a pretty picot edging.
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  POMPOM CAPELET
A lush, extra-long scarf designed to wrap you up in honeycomb-cable goodness while allowing the faux-fur pompoms to hang down in all their fluffy glory. 
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  RIB AND CABLE COWL
Slip this stunner over your coat for an extra layer of warmth. Knit in the round, it features a chunky cable at the center front flanked by columns of 3 x 3 ribbing.
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  RIDGED COWL
Kick back and relax in a cozy neck wrap that can be whipped up in a weekend. Rounds of alternating stockinette and reverse stockinette stitches create the ridged pattern; the V shape, which is worked in easy decreases, can be worn to the front or back.
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  TEXTURED COWL
Celebrate the end of the workweek with a piece that shows off your knitting skills. Worked in the round over 200 stitches, this beauty combines panels of garter, rib and seed stitch—all easy to work in knits and purls.
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  TRIANGLE WRAP
Four looks start with just three little cast-on stitches—increases are worked from the V-point to the top. Braided ties provide closure no matter which way you choose to wrap up.
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