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  1. Knitted Clogs - SPP 63

    Knitted Clogs - SPP 63

    Elizabeth Zimmermann

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    We have had several requests to make this pattern available independently of Knit One Knit All, where is appears on pages 38-39. It is a classic bit of Elizabeth Zimmermann (EZ) creativity. Knits up quickly and is cozy and comfortable. Knit one for adult, child, or baby.

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  2. Hawk Head and Hat, SPP73

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    Open up a whole new world of picture knitting. Learn the techniques (simpler than you might imagine) while knitting an attractive hat (directions included), then move on to Meg’s impressively lifelike Hawk Head, in the form of a useful pillowcase. Once you understand the idea behind Armenian knitting, the sky is the limit to creating unique images in color-pattern knitting, without resorting to intarsia and bobbins. Print version comes in a 3-hole, archival quality sheet protector. Learn More
  3. Fingerless Fair Isle Mitts and Selbu Flower Mittens, SPP74

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    Woollen Mittens: Providers of warmth and comfort, quickly knitted, many opportunities to experiment with color and patterns, always welcomed as presents, and such interesting histories from the many countries in which mittens hold great cultural significance. Here is Meg’s compilation of motifs for a classic Norwegian Selbu Mitten, plus a pair of fingerless Fair Isle Mitts with a very basic and simple construction. Learn More
  4. Shepherd's Pi, SPP75

    Shepherd's Pi, SPP75

    Zimmermann/Williams

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    Experience the magic of Elizabeth Zimmermann’s Pi Shawl utilizing charming sheep motifs, including Kate Davies' Rams and Yowes among others. Created by Knitting Camper Marianne Williams, this is a delightful project worked in our Shetland Spindrift Wool. Complete charts and instructions. Learn More
  5. Sideways Mystery Mittens, SPP76

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    How's this for a new approach to knitting mittens? So EZ asked in 1972 (Wool Gathering #6) about her Sideways Mystery Mittens, and they are as surprising and fresh today as they were then. In addition to the clever design, because this mitten is ambidextrous, you can give them in threes-to those who are liable to lose a mitten. The pattern instructions are updated from Knitting Around. Mittens are knit in Ultra Alpaca. One skein makes two mittens.

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  6. Weekend Sweater - SPP67

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    Knit a comfortable, attractive yoke sweater for everyday wear - that is custom fit for you. Meg Swansen leads you step by step through the remarkably simple process of sizing your sweater with EPS (Elizabeth’s Percentage System). Use the wool and needles you want - there are no steeks or cutting: simply weave the underarms for a completely seamless sweater. Work a hem, garter-stitch or rolled lower edge, and choose between a 3 or 4 decrease yoke. Perfect for those wishing to knit their first sweater. Learn More
  7. Naturals and Burnt Umber - SPP69

    Naturals and Burnt Umber - SPP69

    Sven-Daniel Gyllenman

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    Swedish designer Sven-Daniel Gyllenman (designer of SPP#46) returns to Schoolhouse Press with a delightful new Fair Isle design. A dazzling pattern in earthy tones, with attention to details like: corrugated double knit ribbing, attractive side-panels that blend seamlessly with comfortable underarm gussets, and a front-and-back shaped neck. Daniel gives precise instructions with clear charts for 4 sizes, and detailed finishing directions. A flattering all-over design. Learn More
  8. The Four Seasons, SPP65

    The Four Seasons, SPP65

    Felipe Cavalheiro

    From $9.99

    An incredible collection of four original Fair Isle sweaters from the renowned Brazilian designer. From Denver in the fall, to New York in the winter, back to his home in Sao Paulo for spring and summer, Felipe has drawn on the inspiration of form and color within nature to create a stunning representation of each season of the year. There are full technical instructions in this twenty page pattern and clear charts for multiple sizes, along with beautiful photographs of each sweater and the natural views that inspired them. 20 pages. Print version comes in a 3-hole, archival quality sheet protector. Learn More
  9. Turkish Coat - SPP 60

    Turkish Coat - SPP 60

    Meg Swansen

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    This is a multi-cultural design: a hooded Norwegian style dropped-shoulder coat, knitted in Unspun Icelandic wool, with a Turkish motif, by an American knitter. It is worked in the round from the lower edge of the body, with a steek allowance at center-front. The hood is knitted, then the entire center-front is cut open and a triple I-Cord border knitted on, incorporating looped buttonholes. needs no specific multiple. This coat can be knitted in shades of brown (Blacksheep, Dark Caramel, Carmel, Beige) as shown - or greys (Blacksheep, Steel, Silver, Donahue). There are also 22 dyed colors, if you’d rather choose your own palette. Size: 38, (42, 46, 50)" chest circumference.

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  10. Two Klein Bottle Hats - SPP53

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       Meg Swansen calls Debbie New "...arguably the most inventive knitting designer of this generation." The Klein Bottle Hat is a perfect example - Debbie turns a complex mathematical abstraction into an arrestingly cute hat. Includes clear directions for two versions (of the many Debbie has developed over the years): one in ribbing and one in Garter stitch, each with unique construction. Also featured is the 3-handle variation of the Ribbed hat. Surprise yourself with the creation of this iconic mathematical image!
       Print version comes in a 3-hole, archival quality sheet protector.

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