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Marklee is the pullover you’ll want to live in. The fit is slightly oversized, but without being too boxy. A lateral braid across the shoulders adds a crisp, graphic detail. Slip-stitch ‘side seams’ angle sightly toward the front of the garment, creating a flattering line that ends at the sweet split hem.
Meditate is a soothing, rhythmic knit that’s designed to use every last yard of a single skein of luxury yarn. Slipped stitches form tiny bands of double knitting in the mostly garter stitch design—providing small waypoints that keep the knitting engaging, and create an elegant fabric.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
A rich play of textures, Into gold begins by casting on the cabled band provisionally, working it from end to end, then joining it in the round. Stitches are then picked up along one edge, and the crown worked in Woven Stitch, with decorative decreases that pinwheel slightly. The lower edge of the band is finished with a smooth I-cord.
An easy, entertaining knit, Alewives Cowl features panels of texture stitches that alternate rhythmically around the cowl. Worked in the round, the pattern is written for two sizes: a shorter single loop, and a long loop that can be worn as an infinity scarf or doubled around the neck for extra warmth.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Coleridge is knit in two pieces, worked from each end and grafted in the center. Striking peacock-feather lace motifs transition gradually into ever-simpler patterns, ending in a stockinette panel at the center back. Knit and purl stitches, as well as tiny 3-stitch bobbles, add texture and dimension to the fabric.
Millrace is a long, slightly crescent-shaped scarf that begins and ends with just 4 stitches. The undulating lace border is worked at the same time as the stockinette body of the scarf. A twisted rib provides a visual transition between the two parts, and also serves as an aid in keeping track of increases and decreases in the stockinette portio...