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Mini Miters Baby Blanket
Basic triangular motifs stitched in lively color combinations create intriguing directional miters for a sweet coverlet. This e-pattern was originally published in the March 2011 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: 24" x 32". Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn and size 10 1/2 (6.5mm) straight and 24" circular needles.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Kara Gott Warner.
Multidirectional Miters
This clever cardigan is is knit by working one half of the piece side to side and the other half from the bottom up. This e-pattern was originally published in the January 2012 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: Includes Woman's S through 3XL. Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn, sizes 7 (4.5mm) and 8 (5mm) needles.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Kennita Tully.
Northern Lights
Large needles create the natural look of openwork and rich surface texture in this fashion accessory that will catch everyone's eye. This e-pattern was originally published in the Winter 2013 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: 61" x 26". Made with lace (fingering) weight yarn with stainless steel and medium (worsted) weight wool yarn, and sizes 10/6mm and 13/9mm 29" circular needles.

Skill Level: Easy
Designed by
Kara Gott Warner.
On a Lark
This shell design is a great transitional garment to take you from winter into spring. You can cast on Friday, block it Sunday and wear it to work on Monday! This e-pattern was originally published in Creative Knitting magazine's Knits in No Time.

Size: Includes Woman's S (M, L, XL, 2XL). Made with light (DK) weight yarn and super fine (fingering) weight yarn, and size 8/5mm 29" circular needle.

Skill Level: Experienced
Designed by
Theressa Silver.
Patchwork Checks
Choose intarsia bows for a girl or chicks for a boy, and combine them with checks for a fun-to-stitch project while you wait for your bundle of joy. This e-pattern was originally published in A Year of Afghans.

Size: 30" x 30". Made with light (DK) weight yarn, size 6 (4mm) straight and 24" circular needles, and size 7 (4.5mm) needles.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Scarlet Taylor.
Plum Dandy
The space between the contract-color garter ridge grows with the shawl, adding visual interest. This e-pattern was originally published in the Summer 2014 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: 28" x 24" at center point, blocked. Made with lace-weight and medium (worsted) weight yarn, and size 4/3.5mm needles.

Skill Level: Experienced
Designed by
Adrienne Larsen.
Polka-Dot Tabard
A tabard is a short coat with open sides and a belt. Tabards are normally embellished on the front with a coat of arms. While not a traditional coat of arms, these simple polka dots are far more fun! This e-pattern was originally published in the Spring 2014 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: Includes Woman's S through 3XL. Made with fine (sport) weight yarn and a size 6/4mm 24" circular needle and size G/6/4mm crochet hook.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Galina Carroll.
Pretty in Pink Cardigan
Fashionably updated and feminine cardigan is perfect for adding a splash of color to your wardrobe.

Size: Woman's S through 2XL. Made with medium (worsted) weight boucle yarn, size 9/5.5mm needles and size J/10/6mm crochet hook for the basic trim on the collar.

Skill Level: Easy
Designed by
Kennita Tully.
Pumpkin Seeds Vest
Cute cables mimic pumpkins on a background of seed stitches. This e-pattern was originally published in the September 2010 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: Includes child's 2 through 10. Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn and size 8 (5mm) circular needle.

Skill Level: Easy
Designed by
Trish Warrick.
Roundabout Ruffled Top
The contrasting ruffled cap sleeves and square neck make this comfortable pullover one that your little girl will love to wear for playtime or any time. This e-pattern was originally published in Make It This Weekend.

Size: Includes Child's 2 through 10. Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn and size 5/3.75mm straight and 16" circular needles.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Lois Young.
Royal Rib Turtleback
You'll look like royalty in this comfy yet regal turtleback jacket. This e-pattern was originally published in Easy Turtleback Jackets.

Size: Includes Woman's S through XL. Made with bulky (chunky) weight yarn and sizes 10 1/2/6.5mm and 17/12mm 29" circular needles.

Skill Level: Easy
Designed by
Frances Hughes.
Sedona Spa Cloth
Use the allover honeycomb texture of this cotton cloth to gently massage away a stressful day. This e-pattern was originally published in the January 2010 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: 9" x 9". Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn and size 8 (5mm) needles.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Barb Bettegnies.
Star Diamond Afghan
Diamonds and stars add sparkle to this cozy afghan. Size: 40" x 63". Made with worsted weight yarn and size 11 circular needles. This pattern uses a chart.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Jean Schafer-Albers.
Stella
A centered I-cord for cinching pairs with leaf lace for a captivating cowl that is trendy for the home or the office. This e-pattern was originally published in the Spring 2015 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: 12" x 28" in circumference. Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn and sizes 7/4.5mm and 8/5mm 24" circular needles, and size 7/4.5mm double-point needles.

Skill Level: Easy
Designed by
Sandi Prosser.
Streaked Stripes
Use a myriad of your favorite scraps for your own version of this striking afghan. This e-pattern was originally published in A Year of Afghans.

Size: 44" x 60". Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn, size 8 (5mm) 29" circular needle and size H (5mm) crochet hook.

Skill Level: Easy
Designed by
Sandy Scoville.
Sunburst Scarf
This skinny fringed scarf is the perfect way to accessorize and add some spunk to your everyday outfits. This e-pattern was originally published in the March 2012 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: 3" x 72", excluding fringe. Made with fine (sport) weight yarn, size 8 (5mm) 36" circular needle and size G (4mm) hook.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Daniela Nii.
Super-Simple Ombre Colorwork
The traditional look of Fair Isle knitting is achieved by slipping the color not in use behind your stitching -- and there's no need to manage more than 1 color per row. This e-pattern was originally published in the Spring 2014 issue of Creative Knitting magazine.

Size: Woman's S through 3XL. Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn and size 7/4.5mm 29" circular needle.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Design By Ann E. Smith.
Take It Easy Tunic
This light-as-air, loosely knit tunic drapes gently from the rounded collar to create a comfortable, easy-wear fashion accessory. This e-pattern was originally published in Make It This Weekend.

Size: Includes women's small through 3X-large. Made with lace-weight yarn and size 6 (4mm) 32" circular needle.

Skill Level: Easy
Designed by
Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby.
Tampa Vest
A vest for all seasons -- make this in any worsted weight yarn! This e-Pattern was originally published in Creative Knitting July 2009.

Size: Includes women's small through 2X-large. Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn; size 5 (3.75mm) straight, 16" and 29" circular needles; and size 8 (5mm) needles.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by
Julie Gaddy.
Textured Squares
This soft and cozy blanket is perfect to hug your precious little one.

Size: Approximately 35" x 45". Made with worsted weight yarn and size 7/4.5mm and size 9/5.5mm circular needles.

Skill Level: Beginner
Designed by
Melissa Leapman.
Three Squares & Two Sleeves
This sophisticated and stylish sweater may be worn with the fronts draped loosely or with a shawl pin or chopstick securing them. This e-pattern was originally published in Techniques, Tips & Tricks.

Size: Includes Woman's S through XL. Made with bulky (chunky) weight yarn and size 10 (6mm) needles.

Skill Level: Easy
Designed by
Eileen Adler.
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