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:: The World-Famous Fuzzy Feet!

Here are some examples of Fuzzy Feet out there* :: Hundreds and hundreds at Ravelry! chicknits - chrisknits - jejune - snargle - purling swine - ace chick never ending yarn - spucknaph half baked objects - irish knits -

brisa :: Brisa.
Sleeveless shell from Knitty's Summer 2003 edition with built-in ventilation for hot summer days.

Finished Brisa elsewhere:: tell me a yarn

vinter lue :: Vinter Lue
Norwegian for "winter cap". From the very first edition of Knitty, a cap made in Icelandic wool to keep your ears toasty.

Sweetness :: Sweetness
Easy striped raglan knit entirely in the round. Options for boat-neck and for mock turtleneck. Joint project with Amy, editor of Knitty.

adult raglan :: Theresa's Red Sweater.
Cropped sweater with mock turtleneck and cables along the raglan decreases.

Click here to see Cari's version of this sweater at dogs steal yarn and here to see how the raglan decreases are interpreted in Rachel's Orange Alert. (How flattering is it that these two seriously cool knitters have used this pattern? Very.)

half-ribby cap :: Half Ribby Cap.
Cap with ribbing only on one half (back or front wearer's choice). One your teenager might actually wear.

kid sized cotton cable :: Cotton Cable sweater.
Kid sized and a quick knit with 3-stitches-to-the-inch cotton.

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