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Ambrosia Neck Gaiter
Soft ribbing warms your neck while radiating rows of delicate beading enhance any outfit. This e-pattern was originally published in the January 2011 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: 7 1/2" wide x 17" circumference. Made with light (DK) weight yarn and sizes 2 (2.75mm) and 4 (3.5mm) 16" circular and double-pointed needles.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Kathy Norris.
Angel Lace Baby Afghan
Cozy, soft and textured, just like a baby blanket is supposed to be. The nubby stripes of this free knitting pattern will intrigue and comfort Baby. Sign up and download it today to start stitching!

Size: 34" x 36". Made with super fine (baby) weight yarn and size 2/2.75mm needles and C/2/2.75 crochet hook.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Cindy Herrman.
Azteca
With clean lines and classic yarn, the use of ribbing as surface design accentuates the simplicity of this silhouette. This e-pattern was originally published in the March 2012 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: Includes Woman's S through 3XL. Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn and size 8/5mm 24" circular and double-point needles.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Meghan Jones.
Bahama Mama Flip-Flop Socks
Add some fun to your flip-flops while wearing these whimsical split-toe socks! This e-pattern was originally published in Make It This Weekend.

Size: Includes Woman's shoe sizes 5 through 10. Made with light (DK) weight yarn and size 3 (3.25mm) double-pointed and 32" circular needles.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Sean Higgins.
Baseball Player
This little guy is ready for a day at the ballpark dressed in his playtime outfit consisting of cap, shirt, pants and shoes. This e-pattern was originally published in Itty Bitty Knitties.

Size: Fits 5" baby doll. Made with super fine (sock) weight yarn and size 2/2.75mm needles.

Skill Level: Easy
Designed by
Frances Hughes.
Bride & Groom
A must for doll lovers of any age, these wedding costumes are nicely detailed. The bride is appareled in a lacy gown and headdress, with panties and shoes. A lovely bouquet completes her ensemble. The groom is decked out in tuxedo jacket, trousers, shirt complete with cummerbund, and shoes. This e-pattern was originally published in Itty Bitty Knitties.

Size: Fits 5" baby doll. Made with super fine (sock) weight yarn and size 2/2.75mm needles.

Skill Level: Easy
Designed by
Sue Childress & Frances Hughes.
Cozy Cable Afghan
With garter stitching and cable patterning, this baby afghan makes an impressive and thoughtful gift. This e-pattern was originally published in A Year of Afghans.

Size: 32" x 38". Made with light (DK) weight yarn and size 10/6mm 29" circular needle.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Scarlet Taylor.
Drop the Gauntlet
Easy dropped stitches make this pretty set of fingerless gloves and scarf a quick-knit gift. This e-pattern was originally published in the January 2010 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: Scarf: 6" x 72". Gloves: 8" around hand; 10" long. Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn and size 8 (5mm) needles.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Moira Engel.
Earth Tones Afghan
This unusual design, consisting of a variety of wrap stitches alternating with slender knit bands, is especially appealing when worked in richly variegated yarn. This e-pattern was originally published in It's in the Bag.

Size: 43" x 60". Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn, size 9 (5.5mm) needles, and latch hook or large crochet hook.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Pauline Schultz.
Ethereal Dream
This dainty women's accessory provides a great way for beginners to practice simple shaping. This e-pattern was originally published in Make It This Weekend.

Size: 4 1/2" wide across center section x 30"L. Made with lace (fingering) weight yarn and size 5/3.75mm needles.

Skill Level: Beginner
Designed by
Michelle Treese.
Fireside Comfort Afghan
This extra-toasty afghan is knit with four strands of yarn held together for a plush, tweedy look. The crocheted edging adds further stability. This e-pattern was originally published in A Year of Afghans.

Size: 52" x 60". Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn, size 17/12mm circular needle and size N/P/15/10mm crochet hook.

Skill Level: Beginner
Designed by
Frances Hughes.
Garter Diamonds Shawl
Are you leery of lace? This frothy confection uses all knit stitches, making it easier than you might think. Make it in one of 2 sizes to use as either a scarf or a wrap. This e-pattern was originally published in the November 2010 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: Shawl: 61" x 22". Scarf: 19" x 73". Made with fine (sport) weight yarn and size 7/4.5mm 29" circular and double-point needles.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Lois S. Young.
Geometric Baby Blanket
Squares and diamonds will let Baby enjoy the texture of this blanket. This e-pattern was originally published in Creative Knitting July 2009.

Size: 30" x 30". Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn and size 8 (5mm) needles.

Skill Level: Easy
Designed by
Kennita Tully.
High Desert Pillows
Practice your stranded-colorwork skills and bring the warmth of the Southwestern desert to your decor with these two American Indian-inspired designs. This e-pattern was originally published in the November 2011 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: 16" x 16". Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn and size 8 (5mm) 26" and 32" circular needles.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Cheryl Murray.
Hooded Button Scarf
Lush cables of lofty softness become a warm head cover. This e-pattern was originally published in the November 2009 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: 10" x 47". Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn and size 10 (6mm) needles.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Cathy Rockstrom.
Infinity & Beyond
Our chunky cowl knits up in a flash and gives the wearer endless styling options due to the clever addition of large buttons and dropped stitches. This e-pattern was originally published in Simple Hip Knit Scarves.

Size: 8" x 26" circumference. Made with bulky (chunky) weight yarn and size 11 (8mm) 16" circular needle.

Skill Level: Beginner
Designed by
Sarah Wilson.
Lacy Baby Cardigan
What is sweeter than a baby in lace and ribbons? This e-pattern was originally published in the November 2009 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: Includes Infant's 6 months through 24 months. Made with light (DK) weight yarn, size 3 (3.25mm) 32" or longer circular needle and size 5 (3.75mm) 32" or longer circular needle and set of double-pointed needles.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Silka Burgoyne.
Lacy Bookmarks
Need a quick knitting project to take with you while you're out and about? These lacy bookmarks are just what you're looking for! Make a bookmark for yourself or a friend. These easy knitting designs work up quickly and require very little yarn. You could stitch a few up to have on hand for a last-minute gift idea.

Size: 2" x 11". Made with mercerized cotton crochet thread, size 1 needles and a crochet hook.

Skill Level: Easy
Designed by
Sue Childress.
Lacy Christening Robe
Any baby will look precious in this soft christening robe. One size fits infant to 6 months. Made with fingering weight acrylic/rayon blend yarn, size 3 needles and size D/3 crochet hook.

Skill Level: Easy
Designed by
Laura Gebhardt.
Lattice Table Runner
Linen lace is simple and elegant for the table. This e-pattern originated in Creative Knitting March 2009.

Size: 42" x 18", including borders. Made with light (light worsted) weight yarn and size 6 (4mm) needles.

Skill Level: Easy
Designed by
Laura Polley.
Lemon Punch Dishcloth
Right-cross and left-cross stitches create the rich diamond pattern in this sunny dishcloth. This e-pattern was originally published in More Than a Dozen Dishcloths.

Size: 10" x 10". Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn and size 7 (4.5mm) needles.

Skill Level: Easy
Designed by
Lisa Carnahan.
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