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Custom Yoke Sweater
Custom Yoke Sweater
Amy Detjen
Join Amy Detjen from Vogue Knitting and learn dozens of useful knitting tips as you create a custom-fit sweater with stranded colorwork.
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Designer Ragga Eiríksdóttir teaches you how to knit a fun, authentic Icelandic sweater from the top down and in the round.
Ragga Eiriksdottir
with Ragga Eiriksdottir
Mix and match design elements to create a flattering sweater you'll be proud to wear. Tell your style story in memorable fashion.
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Simplify stranded colorwork to knit striking sweaters you'll wear with glee! Find out how fun and friendly stranded colorwork sweaters are when Amy Detjen is your guide.
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