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Manos Del Uruguay 
Serena
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This season-spanning blend of pima cotton and baby alpaca has fantastic drape for scarves, wraps, cardigans, and summer tops. The fiber blend and our kettle-dyeing process give the colors a heathered, stonewashed look. Although it’s labelled as a sport- to dk-weight yarn, Serena’s gauge is very versatile, from 4 1/2 sts per inch all the way to 7. Try it for crochet, too!
 
This FREE pattern, Ines, is one of several free patterns offered by Manos Del Uruguay. A very simple, summer top, knit using a wrap & turn technique, this piece is stunning in one color, but could also be done using 2 different colors!

 
 
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Natural Hemp Twine is one of the most popular products made from hemp. The most frequent uses of hemp twine is knotting through the practice of macramé to create hemp jewelry. It may be used for other numerous applications such as
 
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nets, crafts, toys for pets, tethering a kite, netting for a basketball hoop or a hockey goal. Interweave Crochet 2018 has a few patterns using this incredibly sturdy fiber, including the "Light of Day Tote".

 

 

New Kit from Mary Gavan Yarns

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Arizona Sunset is a great starter project for a beginner, but interesting enough for someone more advanced.

 

This is knit sideways and worked with the yarn held double thru out.

 

 

 
 
Ply Magazine Summer 2018 

 

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Three new colorways from Mountain Colors in Crazyfoot Sock-weight yarn!

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

     
 
 
 
 
 
 
      

   

 

 

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