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Tailwind is a triangular shaped shawl knitted from one corner to the other. Increases on every row and decreases on every other row forms a long and just a little bit asymmetrical triangle that will be perfect for

Tailwind is a triangular shaped shawl knitted from one corner to the other. Increases on every row and decreases on every other row forms a long and just a little bit asymmetrical triangle that will be perfect for

038 free pattern. koigu 504 King West scarf. the knit cafe

038 free pattern. koigu 504 King West scarf. the knit cafe

Debut is a simple triangular shawl, worked sideways.

Debut is a simple triangular shawl, worked sideways.

At the moment, this is an exclusive pattern (round #6) for Sock Madness 10, a speed knitting contest. (See the Sock Madness Forever group for more information.)

At the moment, this is an exclusive pattern (round #6) for Sock Madness 10, a speed knitting contest. (See the Sock Madness Forever group for more information.)

How to knit seamless set-in sleeves from the top down - By Gum, By Golly

How to knit seamless set-in sleeves from the top down - By Gum, By Golly

Knit Hat - Free Pattern

Knit Hat - Free Pattern

Ravine Cloche Hat Knitting Pattern | Cloche Hat Knitting Patterns, many free knitting patterns at http://intheloopknitting.com/free-cloche-hat-knitting-patterns/

Ravine Cloche Hat Knitting Pattern | Cloche Hat Knitting Patterns, many free knitting patterns at http://intheloopknitting.com/free-cloche-hat-knitting-patterns/

This is *just* about tall enough...maybe one more repeat!

This is *just* about tall enough...maybe one more repeat!

Easy, quick-to-knit hat, free pattern available to download

Easy, quick-to-knit hat, free pattern available to download

Northward, another fabulous free pattern by Tin Can Knits. You may be feeling the heat of summer (in places that have hot summers, sighs Emily in the cool of Edinburgh), but we’re always thinking ahe

Northward, another fabulous free pattern by Tin Can Knits. You may be feeling the heat of summer (in places that have hot summers, sighs Emily in the cool of Edinburgh), but we’re always thinking ahe