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Fall is the perfect season for layering. It's getting colder, but there are days when that Indian summer creeps back. Be prepared for chilly or warm weather with the Black Smoke Cable Knit Vest. This beautiful, cable knit vest pattern is perfect for layering. It's big enough to fit over a long sleeve shirt, but fitted enough to look great under a jacket. The Black Smoke Cable Knit vest is a classic, making it the perfect addition to you fall wardrobe for years to come.
This chunky cabled cowl is the perfect way to spend a lazy afternoon on the couch with a cup of tea. The Blue Afternoon Cowl is a snug-fitting, thick, and cozy cowl you'll love throwing on year after year. The beautiful blue color of the cowl looks great popping out underneath a jacket or displayed prominently over a sweater. The Blue Afternoon Cowl may be the best way you've ever spent an afternoon.
What's the one thing that can make one knitted scarf pattern reign supreme over another knit scarf? The answer, of course, is a scarf that has built-in pockets. If you've been looking for a design that not only has pockets, but is stylish and textural, then try this fabulous Blue Ribbon Pocket Scarf. Created with chunky cables, this classic scarf is just that pattern you need to cozy up to this winter.
Hold on to your hats, because this pattern is about to get bumpy. The Blue River Ripple Hat is a beautifully textured hat that features a garter and cabled brim with a ridged body. This funky hat is a great way to add dimension to an outfit while keeping your ears warm and your head hugged. The Blue River Ripple Hat is a great project for intermediate knitters who want to keep their hands busy with a multi-stitch design.
Who doesn't love knitting bags when they're as beautifully crafted as this one! With a mix of cabling, the bumpy moss stitch and even a little fair-isle, this Boredom Buster Bag is far from boring. Not only does this pattern have enough stitch combinations to keep you engaged, but you'll also be able to use it as a school bag, a spring tote or even a grocery bag.
What's great about scarf knitting instructions is that they're super easy to memorize. The yarn used for the Braided Cable Scarf is fun to work with and helps to create this intriguing braided design. You will need one large cable needle to complete this project.
There's nothing more comforting than a warm hug, but a cozy blanket is the next best thing. The Braided Hope Blanket isn't as welcoming as a loving embrace, but after you wrap yourself up, the soft texture and warm fibers are almost as good. This simple, knitted blanket is easily adjustable for any size you need. It makes a great blanket for the nursery, a couch throw, or a back-up for extra chilly nights.
Follow these scarf knitting instructions to create this delectable looking Braided Loves Scarf. Doesn't the cable design remind you of a freshly baked loaf of bread? What makes this pattern even more visually striking is the way that the cables are framed between rows of seed stitch. I don't know about you but I think this scarf makes a great autumn accessory.