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Pink Shoals Cowl
Reminiscent of sandy pink shoals this cowl will keep you beach-toasty warm even in the coldest of winters. This cowl is a cozy alternative to a scarf as it contains many layers of gathers that not only trap pockets of warm air against the skin but also create a sturdy fabric that stays snug to the face.
24 inches around and 7 1/4 inches tall
Bernat Denim...

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Tube Gathers -

The Ragin' Twenties makes a comeback in the spectacular new hat design featuring rich wool, vintage buttons and a flair all it's own. This pattern uses a new tube gather technique which creates gentle ruching along the bottom band of the hat for a truly twenties inspired look.

Medium and Large
22[24] inches around
7.75 inches from bottom band to top gather
3 balls of Knitpicks...

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Alright folks here it goes,

Here at Little Nutmeg Productions we are getting a new look and a new process. A few of the patterns featured here will still be free but others will be downloadable PDF files for a small sum, most under 5 dollars. Check back often for new feature patterns and keep an eye out for bi-monthly-ish free ones.

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Sadly our favorite Doctor is undergoing Chemotherapy and so this hat was designed with her sunny and warm personality in mind. Perfect for keeping newly naked heads warm and cozy there is also a larger size for those sporting luscious locks.

Medium Size Shown here

Chemo Hat for Mary

Gauge 25 rows and 16 sts equals 4 inches square
Needles: Size 8, 5 mm straights
Yarn: Yarn bee , Soft Delight, Hobby...

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Toddler -

In a March Minute Mittens

What do you do when you two and a half year old outgrows her mittens halfway through the cold weather? Knit up a pair of these bulky and super fast mitties to keep her toasty.

Yarn: Mosaic Twist by Yarn Bee, Hobby Lobby Brand, one skein of 84 yards, this is gauged for 10mm needles but I knit on 5mm for extra thick mittens.

Needles: 5mm, or whatever gets you 4 st in an inch,...

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