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In every issue of Creative Knitting, you'll see the button to the right. This indicates that the project was made with a recommended Annie's Yarn Shop yarn. If you'd like to use the suggested yarn that we recommend, click the links below to learn more. Enjoy this showcase of patterns, which are also available as instant digital downloads on AnniesCraftStore.com.

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Cowls & Cover-Ups in Shades of Blue -- Calypso Cowlette
Cowls & Cover-Ups in Shades of Blue -- Calypso Cowlette
Design by Kara Gott Warner
This simple openwork design can be worn two ways -- as a lovely, open capelet, or slouched up as a generous cowl. Since this piece is made with fingering-weight yarn, it will add style without smothering you. The allover lace pattern is easy to memorize, so it's a good choice for on-the-go knitting.
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Cowls & Cover-Ups in Shades of Blue -- Lace Sampler
Cowls & Cover-Ups in Shades of Blue -- Lace Sampler
Design by Beth Whiteside
Be your "own designer" and make this openwork stitch sampler a one-of-a-kind item!
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Cowls & Cover-Ups in Shades of Blue -- On the Fringes
Cowls & Cover-Ups in Shades of Blue -- On the Fringes
Design by Sandi Prosser
Add a plethora of fringe and this basic capelet suddenly becomes a funky conversation starter!
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Cowls & Cover-Ups in Shades of Blue -- Tipsoo Cowl
Cowls & Cover-Ups in Shades of Blue -- Tipsoo Cowl
Design by Britt Schmiesing
Beautiful yarn, easy-to-memorize patterning and intriguing construction make this lightweight cowl a joy to knit.
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Edgy Elements -- All Tied Up
Edgy Elements -- All Tied Up
Design by Sandi Prosser
This runway-worthy reverse stockinette stitch cardigan offers some unexpected surprises with rustic exposed seams and an unusual tie at the front that stands apart from the rest.
Edgy Elements -- It's All About the Back
Edgy Elements -- It's All About the Back
Design by Sandi Prosser
Looking for a basic pullover to slip on and go? This one has you covered -- with something a little sassy across the back.
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Edgy Elements -- Serendipity Shawl
Edgy Elements -- Serendipity Shawl
Design by Kara Gott Warner
Turn some heads and add some glamour to your look this evening wearing this shawl with alluring linear accents.
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Edgy Elements -- Sheer Comfort
Edgy Elements -- Sheer Comfort
Design by Kennita Tully
This super-meshy vest is made with a fine lace-weight yarn made from stainless steel! It knits up quicker than you think on a size 6 needle.
Edgy Elements -- Smoky Mountain Scarf
Edgy Elements -- Smoky Mountain Scarf
Design by Sandi Prosser
This airy creation with unexpected allover slits will feel delicious against your skin on a cool spring afternoon.
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Harmonious Home -- Balasana Bolster
Harmonious Home -- Balasana Bolster
Design by Sue Jalowiec
Start or perk up a knitted-pillow collection with this unusual shape. Combine simple, easy knitting with a soft, chunky, self-striping yarn for a quick and fabulous project.
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Harmonious Home -- Om Ah Hum Pillow
Harmonious Home -- Om Ah Hum Pillow
Design by Sue Jalowiec
Knit quickly in one piece, this pillow features great texture, softness and comfort. It also makes the perfect seat to get in some oms just when you need them!
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Harmonious Home -- Serenity Cushion
Harmonious Home -- Serenity Cushion
Design by Margret Willson
Create a woven look by simply moving the contrast color to back or front as you work in stockinette stitch. This pillow is a stunning addition to any decor.
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Harmonious Home -- Shavasana
Harmonious Home -- Shavasana
Design by Sue Jalowiec
Get cozy with this quick and classic basket-weave throw that you'll want to relax with after a blissful yoga class.
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Mix & Match Lace -- Make It Your Own: Mix & Match Raglan Cardigan or Pullover
Mix & Match Lace -- Make It Your Own: Mix & Match Raglan Cardigan or Pullover
By Amy Gunderson
With just a couple of small changes, you can make this cardigan into a pullover! Not a fan of the Eyelet Lace pattern? Choose one of the other Mix & Match lace patterns instead -- they can be used interchangeably!
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Mix & Match Lace -- Make It Your Own: Mix & Match Tee or Tank
Mix & Match Lace -- Make It Your Own: Mix & Match Tee or Tank
By Amy Gunderson
This tee will become a wardrobe favorite. Go sleeveless with the tank during warmer weather or layer the tee during transitional months.
Mix & Match Lace -- Mix, Match & Make It Your Own!
Mix & Match Lace -- Mix, Match & Make It Your Own!
By Amy Gunderson
There are so many reasons I love knitting lace. First and foremost, lace is beautiful! No matter how simple or difficult the stitch pattern, lace is just so darn pretty. It ranges from the feminine and delicate to the flowing and ethereal to the geometric and modern.
Mix & Match Lace -- Swatch & Play
Mix & Match Lace -- Swatch & Play
By Amy Gunderson
Test the waters and explore the possibilities with these 6 lacy stitch patterns before embarking on making your sweater.
New Take on Lace -- Girder
New Take on Lace -- Girder
Design by Meghan Jones
Worked from the middle out beginning with a Turkish cast-on, this shawl has interest in every round with a simple repeat. The increases create a unique pointed-oval shape that is sure to draw attention.
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New Take on Lace -- Hint of Spring
New Take on Lace -- Hint of Spring
Design by Che Lam
This crew-neck sweater has delicate lace panels and inserts of mesh patterns worked in cool and crisp summer cotton.
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New Take on Lace -- Keystone
New Take on Lace -- Keystone
Design by Meghan Jones
This top-down, spiral-shaped shawl with layers of archways is adorned with nupps, an Estonian stitch that is like a bobble and resembles a flower bud. This piece is the perfect mix of architectural and organic shaping.
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New Take on Lace -- Tacoma Shrug
New Take on Lace -- Tacoma Shrug
Design by Britt Schmiesing
This simple lacy shrug makes a great layering piece for spring.
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Spa Baby -- Blankie for Baby
Spa Baby -- Blankie for Baby
Design by Jackie Daugherty
This soft-as-can-be blankie, made with chunky-weight yarn, is a skill-building knit-and-purl delight!
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Spa Baby -- Sublime Spa Set
Spa Baby -- Sublime Spa Set
Designs by Jackie Daugherty
These petite cotton/cashmere-blend washcloths presented in their own special bag make a thoughtful gift. Later the gift bag can be used to hold keepsakes from Baby's first year.
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