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Chemo Caps With the American Cancer Society
Chemo Caps With the American Cancer Society
Sunne Meyer
Knit a scarf and hat for someone who’s been affected by cancer.
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Create three charming accessories to gift or keep for yourself.
Kate Atherley
Kate Atherley
Create three cozy sock patterns with wildly popular knitting guru Lucy Neatby.
Lucy Neatby
Lucy Neatby
Lifelong knitter Anne Hanson shows you how to invisibly join stitches to create seamless motifs and mirroring effects in this free mini-class.
Anne Hanson
Anne Hanson
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