Our I Like Knitting October 2023 issue is packed with potential!

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HINGHAM, Mass. - BostonChron -- As warm summer breezes give way to the crisp cool air of Autumn, you know it's time to start knitting up some cozy layers! From snazzy socks to comfy cardigans, we have dozens of delightful projects for you!

Let's take a look inside the October 2023 issue of I Like Knitting to see the Fall forecast!

As an Autumn appetizer, consider putting some of these projects on your to-knit list:

Tawney Sweater Blazer: A cozy cardigan with a tailored finish.

Joy of Lace Scarf: Blocks of lace in muted jewel tones make this scarf a joy to make and a joy to wear.

Auberon Cabled Hat: This fun textured design is gender-neutral, with an all-over cabled pattern you'll memorize in no time!

Mae Cabled Tunic: A stunner of a sweater!

Lattice Boot Cuffs: Get that chunky sock look without all the bulk!

Pumpkin Pouf: The perfect whimsical Autumn footrest!

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The garnet is a gem that symbolizes friendship. What better way to surprise a friend than with the Cabernet Crossbody Bag? This bag features a dazzling diagonal woven pattern that will dress up any casual outfit. If you'd like to work on your Tunisian Crochet skills, you can make the strap using that technique; or knit an I-Cord strap instead. For an added elegant look, use vintage (or vintage style) hardware to attach the strap to the bag.

Fall is sweater season, and we have plenty of comfy choices for you! We all need an oversized, cozy, classic cardigan. Refresh your cardigan collection with our Flicka Cardigan. It features loose, flowing poet sleeves and a big shawl collar. Work this open-front raglan cardigan from the top down and get ready to wrap yourself in total comfort!

In truth, it's always scarf season; it's just a matter of which warmth or decorative level you prefer. The Caley Fisherman's Rib Scarf is a quick and easy pattern you can work up in a day while you're binging your favorite show. It doesn't demand a lot of your attention, and the end product is a gorgeous, two-color striped scarf that's reversible — and perfect for anyone!

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If you're comfortable with the easy level knitting skills and are ready to put them all together in one lovely project, consider making our Sandalwood Pullover. The wonderfully simple sweater has a smooth body and sleeves worked in the round, accentuated by a simple lace pattern in the yoke and sleeve caps.

The October 2023 issue of I Like Knitting at https://www.ilikeknitting.com/toc/magazine-october-2023/ is packed with patterns that are bound to become new wardrobe staples and go-to décor. Which project will you cast on first?

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