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A seamless bottom-up raglan cardigan with lace insertion at front edges and around neckline. Sleeves and body are knitted separately to the underarm, then joined and the yoke worked in one piece to the neck. The seed stitch edgings are knitted along with the body. Finishing is as minimal as it gets--just graft the underarms and weave in ends!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This hat was inspired by a cabled sweater in a vintage pattern booklet. The sweater was modeled on both a boy and a girl, and titled “Most Likely To Succeed Boy” and “Most Popular Girl” respectively. My inner feminist cringed even as my inner knitter was intrigued by the stitch pattern.
Alice (so called because the red-and-black checkerboard pattern brings up vague memories of Alice in Wonderland) is a fitted, set-in sleeve pullover enlivened with two colors and Fair Isle bands. Don’t shy away if you’ve never tried stranded colorwork before. The pattern is simple enough to be your first try at this technique. Body a...