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It’s Fall and there’s nothing better than knitting outside. And Andrea Rangel agrees. Her newest ebook, Knit Outside, is a collection of three patterns inspired by the natural beauty of British Columbia and the spectacular yarn of Gauge Dye Works. The designs play off the self-striping yarn allowing the pattern to magically unfold with each stitch.

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Alexa Ludeman and Emily Wessel of Tin Can Knits invites you to join them on a colorwork adventure.  Their new pattern collection, Strange Brew, features 12 colorwork patterns that they effortless show off on a dual family vacation to Iceland. Knit one of their striking sweaters or follow their step-by-step instructions on how to design and knit your own colorwork masterpiece.

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Modern crocheter Jess Coppom has announced her first book, Corner To Corner, which is now available for pre-order. The 15-pattern collection features designs to “make, wear, and use” and includes step-by-step instructions for those new to the corner-to-corner technique. The book will be available at the end of October, but those who pre-order the book will receive an instant c2c beanie download.

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Sylvia McFadden released Dusk a four-shawl ebook that pairs her textural and unique lacework with the classic fibers of Hinterland Textiles. While Dusk is available as an ebook download, each shawl is available as a stand alone pattern, including Afterglow. This asymmetrical shawl features allover lacework that is feminine, powerful, and timeless.

Afterglow is knit with 575 yards of fingering weight yarn. The designer’s sample is knit with Hinterland DUSK in Snow colorway.

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