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Ravenwood Lace ScarfVelutina Scarf The look of this design is random, but is actually made of a series of cables worked within a twisted rib framework. The wandering stitch pattern repeats six times and has a simple rib worked at the beginning and ending. The design is subtle, yet interesting enough for any discerning scarf wearer.

Quercus Velutina is the scientific name for the Black Oak, which is mimicked in the stitch pattern of this scarf. Pattern Details...

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hyacinthGrethryn Hat If you need a sweet beginner Fair isle project, this might be the perfect one for you. This warm, yet lightweight hat is knit on larger needles than usual for fingering, yet turns out just right. Instructions include numbers for a wide range of sizes and two different depths for each size so that you may customize your hat for your own wearing--mid-ear or covering the earlobe.Pattern Details...

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Ravenwood Lace ScarfBrackenhill Shawlette I designed the Brackenhill Shawlette for Delia Graham Rasmussen, the owner of Ravenwood Cashmere. Taking inspiration from her family history, it is named for the only standing tower of the notorious Scottish Graham clan. This Faroese-style shawlette features an Argyle lace pattern bordered by Celtic lace. Pattern Details...

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hyacinthMasonry Cowl I fell in love with this stitch pattern because it looks like little bricks stacked up to make a wall of warmth. It's an easy pattern, yet looks complicated. This cowl would be a great next step after learning to crochet with our Learn to Crochet Cowl, which as the name implies, teaches you to work chain, single crochet, and double crochet stitches with an attractive in-the-round project. We hope you love both cowls! Pattern Details...

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Ravenwood Lace ScarfArcadia Cap This simple hat has just a touch of peek-a-boo arch lace to make it interesting, and you may adjust the depth of your hat by adding one of two different edges according to how deep you like to wear it. Worked in worsted weight yarn, this hat works up very quickly. Pattern Details...

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cowlKathy's Cowl For a gentle touch of lace at the neckline, nothing beats this little crocheted cowl. The flaired shape of the cowl is accomplished with clever increases within the stitch pattern. In fact, you could make it deeper by just adding more increases, and the note for that step is included in the pattern. Pattern Details...

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Ravenwood Lace ScarfRavenwood Lace Scarf An alternating fan-style stitch pattern makes this scarf light and delicate, and the flouncy inserts at the ends give it a little flair. The first half of the scarf begins with provisional CO and is knit from the center out to the end. Then stitches may be picked up from the provisional, or the second half may be knit the same way as the first and grafted when finished. Either way, it's an interesting project that produces an accessory you'll love wearing. Pattern Details...

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beretCable & Lace Beret starts at the tippy-top and is knit in four ever-increasing sections to its widest, where the established pattern is maintained until decreasing for the custom rib brim. Made with a lovely cashmere yarn like Ravenwood, it gives you a hat that is warm, yet nicely lightweight. Pattern Details...

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bavarian mittsBavarian Mitts are begun at the 2/2 rib cuff and graced with Bavarian twisted stitch cables on the back of the hand and Stockinette stitch on the palms. The partial thumbs and finger collar (also 2/2 rib) allow for free digits for handholding and other important tasks. Pattern Details...

 

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mosey-wrapThe Mosey Cable & Lace Wrap is an amalgam of tilting cables, lace columns, biscuity lace edges and cable fingers all joining together to make a lovely swath of cozy. Make it with your favorite sock weight yarn, like this Schaefer Nicole in Thistle. You’ll need some size 4 needles, some stitch markers, a cable needle and a few blissful days set aside for the project. You can make it wrap size (25” x 60”) or scarf size (8.75 X 50”). Pattern Details...

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wavy mittsWavy Mitts & Cap are great for either semi-solid or any hand painted fingering weight yarn. The wave and chevron pattern gracing the edges of both the mitts and the cap play well with color changes. Start by making the wavy cuff, which finishes later with buttons at the inside wrist, and then pick up stitches to make the mitt hand in a series of single and double crochet stitches, shaping the thumb gusset as you go. Then finish with a bit more wavy and you have a mitt. The hat starts with more bands of waviness and decreases on the crown with the same single-double crochet alternation as the mitt hand. Add some larger matching buttons to the hat band and you’re ready for a jaunty promenade about town. Pattern Details...

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hyacinthThe Hyacinth Neck Cozy is covered with alternating twisted-stitch cables and lace panels. Make yourself one with DK weight yarn on size 6 16” circular needles. It also helps to have a stitch marker and a cable needle. The project starts at the lower edge in the round and decreases in circumference toward the top for a snug fit just under the chin. Pattern Details...

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feather lace socksFeather Lace Socks are a dream if you’ve been wishing for a light, feminine sock either for yourself or for a very special gift. Knit them in a luxury yarn like this Schaefer Audrey and you’ll feel positively royal. Knit these lace socks with superfine weight yarn on size 1 needles from the toe up, put in a short row heel, and finish them off with a twisted-stitch rib cuff. Wear them with your dressy shoes, if you even want to put them in shoes at all. Pattern Details...

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clockwiseThe Clockwise Crochet Cap starts at the tippy-top and winds its way on down to the brim. The clockwise swirling stitch pattern is an easy trick using only chain and single crochet stitches. Once the increases are taken care of, the sides of the cap proceed on down using only single crochet. You can make it as deep as you wish—beanie style or covering your ears. Make the Clockwise with fingering weight yarn and size D crochet hook. The pattern is written for three sizes. Pattern Details...

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okmittsFREE PATTERN!

Off Kilter Mitts These are some cozy cable mitts knit from the knuckle down so you can make the cuff as long as you want. Work them on 2 circulars, one long circular, or 5 dpn, whatever you prefer. About 125 yards of worsted weight yarn and size 7 or 8 needles (according to yarn and your tension) will be enough for a pair.

They’re off kilter because each mitt sports two cable sequences, with one of the cables housing the thumb hole and the other appearing off center on the back of the hand. There’s no left mitt or right mitt, so you can’t get it wrong. ----Pattern Details...

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