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There have been a few requests on our Nice & Knit giveaway (there is still time to enter) for spring patterns suggestions, so I raveled just for you!  I got a little wrapped up in looking and spent a few hours, but I found some great patterns and I think you should try one!  I grouped them by difficulty which might help in your decision making, but don't be afraid to challenge yourself!

Easy

[caption id="attachment_2619" align="alignnone" width="529" caption="Images and patterns via the links below. Order is left to right, top to bottom."][/caption] 1. Churchmouse Classics Shoulder Cozy 2. Trillian 3. Abalone 4. Churchmouse Classics Mohair Bias Loop

Intermediate

[caption id="attachment_2620" align="alignnone" width="529" caption="Images and patterns via the links below. Order is left to right, top to bottom."][/caption] 1. Sugar is Sweet 2. Nefertem 3. Chiton Pullover 4. Catching Butterflies It's taking a lot from me to not cast on everysingleoneofthese rightthisveryminute.

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  • mindyaltermatt: September 26, 2016

    Oooo… Thank you! I’m fairly new to knitting and haven’t attempted anything bigger than a hat and mittens. I struggle with pattern and yarn selection, and probably because there are so many to choose from! Your post presented me with a few great options :-)

  • Sheila: September 26, 2016

    Thanks for all the suggestions! I appreciate you doing the legwork for me. Now to make a decision:)

  • Colleen: September 26, 2016

    I have already made the #1 on the first group and it is a great project for those beginning knitting and it goes really fast. I made it while our family was in Vermont over the Christmas break. Love the choices you picked. I have made one shawl and loved doing it. I have a thing for wanting to make everyone that I see.

  • heidi: September 26, 2016

    i started teh biased mohair loop a whille age, and it sooo easy and fun!

  • emcool: September 26, 2016

    Wow! Thanks for the suggestions. I can spend hours on ravelry, so thanks for a few suggestions! I have been eyeing the shoulder cozy for a while now, and have a few knitting friends who have made it and love its usefulness!

  • Betsy: September 26, 2016

    Spiffy! I was just on Ravelry this morning, looking for spring projects. I think I’ve settled on a happy little purse.

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