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Diaphanous Raglan

The number one reason I had to knit this pattern was for the sheer sleeves. Bishop/balloon sleeves are my favorite long sleeve right now. Make them sheer, and I throw my hands up in surrender. Hence, when the Diaphanous Raglan pattern was released, I added it to my queue pronto. PROJECT BREAKDOWN Pattern: Diaphanous Raglan […]

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Autumn Love Note

Does this top qualify as a Halloween sweater since it’s knit in an orange color and it’s almost trick-or-treat time? Either way, this is about as close as it gets for me when it comes to dressing up for Halloween. I’ve been seeing Love Note sweaters regularly in my Instagram feed ever since the design […]

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Elton Pullover Mod

PROJECT BREAKDOWN Elton cardigan by Joji Locatelli in size Medium, modded to be a pullover Yarn: La Bien Aimée Merino Singles (single ply superwash 100% merino) in the Curious Handmade colorway and La Bien Aimée Mohair Silk (70% mohair wool, 30% silk) in the Direwolf colorway To view my Elton project page on Ravelry, click […]

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As If Tee, Arenite Pants and a Hinterland Hack

PROJECT BREAKDOWN Knitting Pattern: As If Tee by Shay Johnson Yarn: Julie Asselin Nurtured [100% wool (Rambouillet, Targhee and Merino)] in colorway “Naturel” and Rowan Kidsilk Haze (70 % Kid Mohair and 30% Silk) in colorway “612 White” To view my As If Tee project page on Ravelry, click here. Sewing Pattern: Arenite Pants by […]

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A More Fitted Alyeska

The Aleuts are a native American people related to the Eskimos who currently inhabit the Aleutian Islands, western Alaska and small portions of eastern Russia. Their language–the Aleut language–is still spoken today, albeit sparsely, and it is the Aleut word Alyeska, meaning “great land,” from which the name for the state of Alaska is derived. […]

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