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A project for this summer, using hand dyed fingering yarn in superwash Merino, cashmere and nylon. How am I going to choose a color??? Ravelry: Let's Go Shopping Shawl pattern by Sharon Cheek

Ravelry: Let's Go Shopping Shawl pattern by Sharon Cheek

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HERA, Crochet capelet pattern, PDF | Berniolie - Patterns on ArtFire

Ravelry: dbkn5's Vintage Wheel Square Scarf Pattern Vintage Wheel Square by Kathy North

dbkn5's Vintage Wheel Square Scarf

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Crochet Infinity Scarf - KnitPicks.com $3.99

Button Infinity Crochet Scarf Pattern - Free Crochet Pattern!

K1 P1 on row 1 and knit row 2. Repeat these two rows. Snugs the fabric in horizontally, less than a true rib but more than stockinette. Totally going to do this with the chenille I bought in NOLA

How to make a nice edge stitch (garter or stockinette)

Tips & triks - Kantmaske - første maske løst av...

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DROPS jacket with pleats worked from side to side in garter st in ”Karisma ”. Size S - XXXL. Yarn alternative ”Merino Extrafine”. ~ DROPS De...

great article about how to count rows for the knit stitch and the garter stitch - sz The Ups and Downs of Knitting: Counting Your Rows

The Ups and Downs of Knitting: Counting Your Rows

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▶ Perfect Bind-Off for Garter Stitch: The Icelandic Bind-Off - YouTube

All about working with garter stitch: picking up stitches, invisible jons and so much more!

Free Stuff, Tips And How Tos | skerin

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PATTERN Garter Stitch Knitting Pattern by AbsoluteKnits on Etsy

Understand how to #Crochet Cables with this post from the Lion Brand blog

Unlock the Secrets of Crochet Cables

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Berroco Halstead (Free) DK weight yarn 650 yards

Berroco Halstead (Free) in Free Crochet Patterns

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DROPS Crochet cardigan in Eskimo ~ DROPS Design

Eeyore Inspired Softie Amigurumi - FREE Crochet Pattern and Tutorial .. thanks so for great share! xox

Hate attaching limbs to amigurumi? Not after reading this post! | FreshStitches