Human/House/Harvey: Cable Knit

by Stephanie

To me, winter is a time to get cozy — it’s just a natural combination. And when I think about getting cozy, my mind immediately jumps to soft, warm and classic cable-knit styles. I’ve collected some of my favorite cable-knit pieces for myself, my home and my dog, and now all I want to do is watch Love Actually and snuggle. Here’s hoping you all have a cozy week! — Stephanie

HUMAN — When a choice must be made between a jacket and a cape, the cape always wins. I recently had my grandmother knit me a winter cape, but if I were to need one, this cable-knit version would be perfect!

HOUSE — You really can’t deny the power of a cozy cable-knit throw blanket. This one is the perfect companion for a night in with some hot cocoa and a good movie.

HARVEY — I’m not one to buy my Harvey clothes (minus the occasional costume and rain coat), but this hooded sweater is classic and casual and would look great on my pooch.

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