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Fairlane Tee By Celia McAdam Cahill

Worked in Juniper Moon Farm Zooey yarn, the Fairlane Tee is a loose-fitting, simple tee-style pullover with multi-color modular squares across the bodice and short-row shaping and three-needle bind off at the shoulders. The tee is knit in two pieces from the bottom up with Garter stitch edging at the bottom and sleeves. As a bonus, because the neck is a wide ballet style crew, and the front and back are identical – that means the pullover is reversible.

Papatya By Melissa Leapman

This elegant scoopneck pullover has several designer details, ensuring it will be fun to knit and flattering to wear.  Due to the wide stitch repeat, each successive size is 24 stitches larger than the last.  The yarn is Brown Sheep Yarns Cotton Fleece.

Pattern from a Member

The Pattern from a Member for this issue is from Maris O’Connell. The Fan Lace Cowl is worked in Jade Sapphire Mongolian Cashmere 2-ply.

Learn Something New!

The topic of the Learn Something New article is “How to Work Bridged Steeks in Stranded Colorwork” by Leslie Gonzalez. It is followed by patterns for two stranded candle coats.