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Harry's Yarmulke

A simple crochet yarmulke.

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Murder Mystery Book Bag

This free pattern is designed by the Knitting Fairy® especially for readers of Karin Slaughter.

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Murder Mystery Hat

This free pattern is designed by the Knitting Fairy® especially for readers of Karin Slaughter.

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Simple Knitted Lace Scarf

This scarf was designed using one of the patterns from Suzanne Lewis' book, Knitting Lace. I created it years ago to help people take that first step into lace knitting. Anyone with basic knitting skills can make this scarf!

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Charisma Lace Scarf

This pattern was developed as part of the program which I presented to the Dallas Hand-Knitter's Guild in February. Uses only one 380 yard skein of yarn!

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Thin Accent Scarf

A simple accent scarf, perfect for showing off those wonderful novelty yarns that everyone seems to be producing these days. These are quick to knit and look great to dress up any outfit.

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Narrow Triangular Scarf

A narrow triangular scarf, also made from novelty yarns, while easy to knit they use simple shaping to great effect.

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Scrunched Pony Tail Holder

A decorative hair tie, these are great for the little girls in your life. The perfect way to use up small amounts of novelty yarns.

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Voila! Moebius Scarf

This head hugger is knitted with the incredibly soft yarn, Voila! It is knitted flat and sewn together with a twist. Perfect for beginners.

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Fabulously Fun & Fast Scarf #1

This quickie is knit on the bias in garter stitch. There are only two rows and the pattern forms points at both ends.

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Fabulously Fun & Fast Scarf #2

A slightly more difficult version of a basic scarf. This starts with a small number of stitches and increases/decreases to form points at both ends.

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Fabulously Fun & Fast Scarf #3

This scarf features ribbing and squared ends. With every pattern row the same you never have to wonder where to start!!! You can make your scarf wider or narrower by adding or subracting stitches in multiples of two. Just keep to even numbers and you will be fine!

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Fabulously Fun & Fast Scarf #4

This scarf is essentially the same as above only worked in seed stitch. Again, add or subract stitches in multiples of two and keep to an odd number of stitches.

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Tea Cozy Hat

I created this pattern for people who like to do charity knitting. The hat is worked flat with solid rows of knits or purls, perfect for the beginning knitter or mindless projects to work while you watch your favorite team play. When you make one for your precious bundle of joy, won't you please consider making another to donate to your local hospital, the babies really need them.

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Knitted Bookmarks

I created these patterns as a program for the Handknitters' Guild of North Central Texas. They work up very quickly and make perfect last minute gifts. I hope you enjoy knitting them, too.

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