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#21100067 - Cashmere Queen A - Ooh Lala Gauntlets


You'll feel like strolling the banks of the Seine in these fashionable cashmere gauntlets, designed by Diana Harker. The elegant, lace mock-cable pattern gives these knuckle-length gauntlets a warm and luxurious look, and the cashmere feels wonderful! Tres chic!

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#21100349 - Unisono C - Entrelac Cap


Entrelac is the perfect technique to use with a striping yarn. Kathy Gometz was inspired to create this eye-catching cap after working with this yarn on another project. Try it in one of the many color options available, or use the solids and change colors every row. Once you’ve made one, you’ll want to make another!

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#21100071 - Cashmere Trend Pattern D - Comfort Cap


The Comfort Cap uses two contrasting colors of Schulana’s Cashmere Trend, a deliciously thick, 100% cashmere yarn. This cap was designed to be snug fitting and comfortable enough to be worn to bed. At the same time, the two toned mosaic stitch pattern gives it plenty of style so it can be worn anywhere!

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#21100357 - Cashmere Moda A - Checks and Stripes Scarf - Knit One Below


Treat yourself or your special someone to the luxury of cashmere in this scarf designed by Elise Duvekot, author of Knit One Below. This technique is used to its reversible best in this eye-catching scarf.

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#21100099 - Fortissima Pattern A - Socka To Me Gloves


Gloves are a fun way to make use of striping or Fair Isle sock yarns. This pattern is written in 3 sizes.

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#21100363 - Cobasi - Fitted Lace Stockings
Show off your lace knitting skills with these thigh-high fitted lace stockings based on a design by Karola Wright and featuring a Victorian Fern lace pattern.

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#21100172 - Nimbus Pattern B - Swing Car Coat & Scarf


Cozy and flattering, this swing coat and scarf combination keep you warm and stylish in a classic way.

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#21100469 - Nimbus E - Four Corner Hat




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#21100193 - Polo Pattern V - Prima Ballerina Child's Ouftit


A darling sweater with a pleated ruffled bottom edge and a matching hat. Sure to delight you little dancer.

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#21100504 - Cobasi - Tam, Neckwarmer, & Mittens
This trio of garments is the result of a design challenge given to the Northwest Men’s Knitting Retreat to use Cobasi, by HiKoo®, in their designs. Mark Ellis designed a clever Tam that uses four colors of Cobasi, but never more than one at a time, and the best part is there are next to no ends to weave in! Charles Parker’s Neckwrap is a clever combination of pattern and color, and the pattern can be done in both a shorter version (shown), and a longer scarf length. Donald Sutton designed Bronwyn’s Mittens for his daughter, and in Cobasi, they are a light, comfortable option for the not-too-cold transitions from autumn to winter and from winter to spring.
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#21100261 - Sock Yarn A - Traveling Knitter's Yarn Pouch


This scrumptious little yarn pouch was designed specifically for the “One Skein” knitter on the go. Not only will it neatly dispense your yarn from the bottom hole, but it will also double as a travel bag for your small projects.

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#21100523 - Patina - Christiana Cowl
The Christiana Cowl is a stunning interpretation of The Fiber Factor’s Sixth Challenge - Accessorize! Designed by Terri Rosenthal.

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#21100272 - SuperCotton Sock Puppets for Infants : 10 total


Supercotton Sock Puppets are an adorable way to keep a child both warm and entertained!  These were designed by Kathy Gometz for the Skacel Collection.

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#21100524 - Milford - Maschera Hooded Cowl
Maschera (meaning Mask in Italian) is the dramatic hooded cowl designed by Lauren Riker for Challenge 6 of The Fiber Factor.

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#21100288 - Trekking Pattern B - Baby Socks


A sock pattern for the littlest of feet! One ball of sock yarn will make several pairs.

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#21100527 - Nimbus - Knot Again Cowl
Congratulations to designer Tracy Purtscher! Her design, Knot Again Cowl, is the winning garment in The The Fiber Factor’s Sixth Challenge - Accessorize!
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#21100296 - Trekking J - "Socks Appeal" Boxers


Let your man show off his “socks appeal” with this snazzy pair of boxers. This is based on the “traditional” boxers pattern with the center back panel.

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#21100533 - In-Silk, Kenzie, & Kid-Seta - M. Polo Tote Bag
Designer John Ravet’s answer to Challenge 6 of The Fiber Factor’s competition is this large, felted tote bag.

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#21100317 - Zauberball A - Modular Scarf w Ruffled Edges


Kathy Gometz has created this stunning conversation piece with a clever trick of using pentagons in place of squares to create a unique ruffled edge.

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#21100538 - Simplicity / Zauberwolle - Ciao Bella Knitter's Tote
The Ciao Bella Knitter’s Tote came out of The Fiber Factor's Challenge 6 design competition and was designed by Jodie Gordon Lucas.
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