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Kiana Vest for Girls by SweaterBabe My girls always need a layer for the morning chill as we head to school. And what better way to arrive to school in style than with this lovely cabled vest! A beautiful center... Continue reading
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Genevieve by SweaterBabe A pretty all over cable and a super soft yarn in a marled classic grey combine effortlessly for my kind of go-to accessory! This crescent shaped shawl is all that, with a lovely drape as well. The... Continue reading
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Gossamer One-Ball Scarf by SweaterBabe When a heavy scarf just won't do, grab this gossamer-weight lace scarf instead! The silk/kid mohair blend lace-weight yarn knit on size 9 needles creates a supremely soft scarf. An open lace panel with gentle... Continue reading
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FREE Pattern Pick: Pocket Slouch Hat by Alpaca Direct Even during the cold winter nights in Northern Idaho, I like going on hikes and walks with my husband and our dogs. The problem is, sometimes we want to eat out... Continue reading
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You knit all those gifts, not it's time to knit for yourself! Here are some fun knitting projects, just for you. [Left to right, top to bottom]: 1) Genevieve Shawl. Pretty, all-0ver cable design makes for a fabulous crescent-shaped shawl.... Continue reading
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Fin by Brandi Miller Designs Fin is a beautiful asymmetrical stockinette shawl with fin "points" alongside one edge and a simple lace edging. Designed with loose gauge to emanate fluidity. Pattern includes information for fingering weight shawl. Fin was inspired... Continue reading
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Big Cable Stole by SweaterBabe A big, bold, all-over cable pattern is truly eye-catching in this fabulously soft and warm stole. Intricately intertwined cables are worked over the full length and width of this stole, with a simple Garter stitch... Continue reading
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Navajo Loop by SweaterBabe I love the idea of big stoles that you use to blanket your neck and shoulders in luxury and warmth! This stole is precisely that kind of accessory, and it's a nice soothing knit as well.... Continue reading
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FREE Pattern Pick: His and Hers Toe Up Mukluks by Alpaca Direct This pattern is knit toe up using Judy's Magic Cast On and two-color Fair Isle. I love the toe-up method because I can use all my yarn after... Continue reading
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Did you buy a bunch of yarn on Cyber Monday? Well, now is the time to figure out what to knit with it all!! Here are some project ideas so you can knit down that stash! 1) Marquise Stole/Scarf. A... Continue reading
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Riley Fingerless Gloves by SweaterBabe A luxe pair of cabled fingerless gloves to keep your hands warm indoors and out! The pretty braided cable runs the length of the gloves. The shorter version just covers your wrists and can be... Continue reading
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Marrakech Blanket by SweaterBabe Blankets are like a playground for interesting stitch patterns. And, I for one, need an interesting stitch pattern if I’m knitting up a baby blanket (and even more so for an adult-sized blanket) or I’ll pass... Continue reading
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Scarves and shawls are the perfect knitting projects right now! Whether it's a gift for a loved one, or a special treat for you! Shown above are some lovelies to try: 1) Riley Scarf. The stunning cable design is interesting... Continue reading
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Blankets are great projects to knit. No shaping required and lots of lovely textures! Shop ALL SweaterBabe Blanket Patterns on the SweaterBabe site or in the SweaterBabe Ravelry Shop (use the "add to cart" links in the right column of... Continue reading
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Flower Shawl Pin by Crafty Flutterby Creations This Flower Shawl Pin adds a touch of classic elegance to your favorite shawls. GIFT added if you mention 'Sweater Babe' in buyer notes of any order. Besides shawls and scarves, this pin... Continue reading
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Marine Layers by SweaterBabe For me, mindless knitting is being able to quickly learn a pattern stitch so I no longer refer to the instructions. Both of the stitch patterns in this scarf are easily learned and lend themselves beautifully... Continue reading
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FREE Pattern Pick: Elegant Cristaria Shrug by Alpaca Direct Named for a pearl mussel that produces freshwater pearls, the Cristaria shrug is a quick, pretty knit shrug that complements formal summer ensembles or casual looks alike. Add beads or pearls... Continue reading
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Chalice One-Ball Scarf by SweaterBabe Pure silky softness glides through your fingers as you knit this one-ball beauty! A very pretty lace pattern that only uses basic decreases and yarn overs evolves nicely as it runs the length of the... Continue reading
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Vine Lace Top Down Cardigan by SweaterBabe This is the cozy cardigan that you will reach for anytime there is a chill in the air. It's knit on large needles and from the top down for quick results and minimal... Continue reading
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FREE Pattern Pick: Knitted Team Hat and Cowl by Alpaca Direct Show your team spirit with our cowl and hat knit from two colors of worsted weight yarn. Easy to knit up. Find your team colors and stay warm at... Continue reading
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It's time to get knitting again! Here are some pretty patterns to knit now. [left to right; top to bottom] 1) Mirabella. A beautiful draped neckline takes full advantage of the softness and gorgeousness of this yarn! A pretty lace... Continue reading
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Hillside Blooms by SweaterBabe I'm a knitter, not a gardener. But I still always appreciate the loveliness of flowers that bloom on a hillside. This shawlette is a knitter's version of that flowering hillside. It starts with a graceful lace... Continue reading
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FREE Pattern Pick: Fudd Redux Hat by Alpaca Direct Here’s a slouchy beanie of a hat to keep your head safe and warm in the woods in the fall. Easy color work makes it interesting and fun. Worsted weight yarn... Continue reading
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Sapphire Lace Shawl by SweaterBabe Bold, yet highly sophisticated sapphire-colored yarn combines beautifully with a design that mixes lace with intermittent bands of garter stitch. The yarn is an unbelievably silky merino blend that comes in a rich color palette... Continue reading
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Adore by SweaterBabe I adore the silky softness of a kid mohair and silk blend yarn. And (as you can tell), I'm always drawn to lovely lace patterns. This stole features not just one, but two breathtakingly beautiful lace stitch... Continue reading