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Remixed consists of 8 versatile knit accessory patterns (seen below), which are all available now, plus the complete ebook with recycled yarn making tutorials (how to unravel sweaters to reclaim the yarn, how to work with that yarn, spin it, ply it, turn it into art yarn, etc), which you will be pre-ordering by buying the whole collection now. Remixed pattern samples are made with mostly various kinds of recycled yarns, in different weights and yarn types, but of course the designs can be knit with any yarns you choose, making these patterns great for using up single skeins and random leftovers.

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This moebius loop scarf can be made with any weight yarn, as wide as you'd like it, with a single yarn (self-striping works well) or striped between 2 or more different yarns. The simple slip-stitch pattern is the same on both sides, giving this moebius no right or wrong side. Wear it once around your neck for a bit of warmth, or double it up for a big, cozy cowl!

The pattern is a 12 page PDF, formatted for easy screen reading, with a 2 page no-pictures essentials-only section for printing. The pattern includes process photos and step-by-step instructions for techniques used: slip-stitches, short rows, grafting with kitchener stitch, and some very basic math to find your cast-on number.

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buy Parallel Lines alone: $5





This swirly hat pattern can be made with any weight yarn, fitted or beret style, slouchy or not, custom sized to your head, with buttons or without, with a pointed tip or not. With all these options, you can make it over and over, use up hat-quantity yarn leftovers, or random single skeins, making a totally different hat each time.

The pattern is an 18 page PDF, formatted for easy screen reading, with a 3 page no-pictures essentials-only section for printing. The pattern includes process photos throughout, step-by-step instructions and photo tutorials for the twisted stitches, and detailed help with the basic math to find your custom-sized stitch count and height measurements to make your ideal hat size and shape. The brim section is charted.

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This cabled shawl is made up of connecting sections with cables traveling and twisting from one part to the next. Use any yarn from around a dk weight to a super bulky, and make a shawl as big as you want, stopping whenever you're happy with the size or whenever your yarn runs out; bind off in a contrasting color if you want to. A color-coded stitch marker system makes this complex pattern easy to follow.

The pattern is a 23 page PDF, formatted for easy screen reading with a 4 page no-pictures essentials-only section, and all cable charts together on one page, for printing. The pattern includes photo tutorials for cabling without a cable needle, and all parts of the pattern are both completely written and completely charted.

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buy Freewheelin' alone: $6





These fingerless mitts are custom sized to fit your hands, and can be made in any weight yarn. There are two different design options for the top hand section, as well as a 2-color option. These mitts are filled with swirling twisted stitches, decreases, yarn-over eyelet holes, and garter stitch texture; they are worked modularly from the top down.

The pattern is a 23 page PDF, formatted for easy screen reading with a 4 page no-pictures essentials-only section for printing. The pattern includes photo tutorials for the twisted stitches and the provisional cast-on, process photos and pictures of all the sections, all parts of the pattern are written, and the hand patterns are also charted.

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buy Rumours alone: $6





This beginner-friendly asymmetrical scarf is meant to use up leftover scraps, starting a new yarn/color at each row, and leaving the tails as fringe. The easy knit/purl stitch pattern is worked lengthwise with very basic short rows, making one end of the scarf twice the width of the other end. You'll need 2 long circular needles to make this piece, but they can be different sizes from each other.

The pattern is a 16 page PDF, formatted for easy screen reading with a 2 page no-pictures essentials-only section for printing. The pattern includes reference photos for all steps involved.

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buy Slanted & Enchanted alone: $5





This potentially-terrifying ski mask has a ribbed neck section which can fold up, turning the piece into a warm hat. The simple any-gauge pattern is knit from the top down, with the eye and mouth holes placed by trying it on as you go (unless it's for a gift, in which case sizing info is included). It's finished with crochet edging around the eye and mouth holes, which can be done in a contrasting yarn for an added design feature.

The pattern is a 15 page PDF, formatted for easy screen reading with a 3 page no-pictures essentials-only section for printing. The pattern includes photo tutorials for the different crochet edgings used in the 2 samples, and instructions for other techniques used (knitted on cast-on, stretchy bind-off).

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This is a bonnet or hood style hat, which can be made in any weight yarn and in any size, with i-cord or braided tails (or no tails), which looks especially intriguing in stripes. Short rows throughout make for a completely modular construction - no picking up stitches or seaming, as the first part is worked sideways, then the head worked from the top down, and edged with more sideways garter stitch across the bottom.

The pattern is a 22 page PDF, formatted for easy screen reading with a 4 page no-pictures essentials-only section for printing. The pattern includes photo tutorials for the short rows technique used (shadow wrapping) and the provisional cast-on, photos for all the sections as the piece is constructed, and instructions for everything else (custom sizing, striping, i-cords, braids).

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These mitts (fingerless or full mittens) are made modularly in any weight yarn from the thumb out, increases and decreases shaping them throughout - no short rows, very little casting-on and no binding-off, and no seaming when they're finished. A fun quick knit which stays interesting every step of the way! The design comes in 3 different versions - short fingerless, long fingerless (which can be worn in either direction), and full mittens - with 2 different wrist pattern options as well, and lots of variation possibility based on yarn choice/striping.

The pattern is a 28 page PDF, formatted for easy screen reading with a 6 page no-pictures essentials-only section for printing. The pattern includes photo tutorials for the different increases used, tons of process photos throughout to show the steps of the unusual construction, and instructions for everything (grafting, which is for the mittens version only, striping, working in the round and with color coded stitch markers, etc).

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buy Either/Or alone: $6