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  • The 70’s are back and better than ever — just check out this groovy knit kit! With macrame-style fringe and a textured body, this scarf screams vintage perfection. This kit comes with the fibers, charts and pattern needed to knit your own, plus an easy-to-follow photo tutorial for creating and attaching the fringe.
  • Why should sweaters and scarves get all the love when pillows are just as cozy? Make yourself a cute and comfy pillow cover with our Bold Lines Pillow Knitting Kit. With generous measurements of 20”x20”, plus bold, textured lines and chunky fringe tassels, this project will be a DIY standout in your décor!
  • Stripes are always in style. Cast on this classic, comfy blanket featuring bold, textured lines and chunky fringe tassels. Your kit comes with everything needed to knit a 50” x 60” throw.
  • Turn simple cable stitches into striking focal points with this classic silhouette. Worn with absolute ease, this oversized pullover is bound to become a wardrobe staple.
  • This kit comes with everything you need to knit the adorable bobble beanie from [Knit Meets Knot](https://mybluprint.com/playlist/11855/23202). Need a little help? Just tune into the Beanie episode for a tutorial!
  • Super soft and incredibly chic, the Comfort in Lines Shawl is the best of all worlds. Combining color and texture changes with contemporary line work, this cozy accessory is comforting from first knit to first wear.
  • Counterbalance comes easy with these adorable cable-knit mittens that can be worn every which way! Knit from the bottom up in the round with a single stacked cable running along the inner wrist up to the base of the thumb. Since the mittens are mirror images and the detailing is fluid, you can wear them left, right, front, or back—whatever suits your personal style!
  • Everyone talks about sweater weather—but what about slipper weather? These multicolor, mukluk-style Alpine Adventure slippers are knit seamlessly in the round (no sewing or finishing required!). The high tops feature spruce trees, while the body uses a Stockinette stitch, and the knit-and-slip pattern automatically creates the colorwork without the fuss of Fair Isle knitting.
  • This super-cropped cardi is sass in sweater form! Knitted in Reverse Stockinette, the sleek silhouette has ribbed cable columns to frame the neck, with accent drop shoulders and three-quarter length sleeves. And even with all of that detailing, the cropped length makes this a quick knit.
  • Release the confetti and get party-ready with these colorful socks that are cute as can be. Not only are they bright and cheerful, they also have a little lace rib which adds an extra dose of fun to the playful colorway. Even better? They’re easy to knit!
  • Get ready for ski season with this oh-snow-adorable crew neck sweater. Worked from the top down with raglan-style sleeves, the design features a lower-third snowflake pattern that adds an impressive pop of color above the hem.
  • Flip cable patterns on their head with this unexpected design! Combining luxurious alpaca yarn and simple four-piece construction, this sweater pairs a modern geometric feel with the shaping of a classic pullover. With a boat neck and split hem, the sweater works up flat for easy seaming. Even better: it’s easily customized to any length!
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