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Inspired by the heroically bulky neckwear on the streets this winter, this pattern takes pity on the knitter by being more entertaining to knit than the commercially available stockinette or seed-stitch versions. The cowl is constructed in 3 parts: a reversible center cable panel that is worked back and forth on short straight needles, and 2 sid...
There are many inspirations and emotions flowing into this blanket but let’s face it: it’s a blanket. Its miters get knitted on, one square at a time. It’s a family blanket, meant for long use and many washings, so we used mostly Classic Elite’s sturdy-yet-soft beauty, Liberty Wool. For tactile and visual interest, we mixed in a few skeins of Cl...
This blanket began with a single modification of the Mitered Crosses Blanket, which combines mitered center patches with log cabin frames. One modification led to another, until it was no longer possible to tell someone how to make this blanket by referring to the Mitered Crosses Blanket pattern.