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Button Bands & Buttonholes
Button Bands & Buttonholes
Anne Hanson
Live life on the edge with designer and lifelong knitter Anne Hanson as she teaches you how to incorporate beautiful finishes on your hand-knit garments.
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Finish any hand-knitting project with finesse. Learn the best techniques for edge finishes, weaving in ends, blocking, seaming, button and neck bands, zippers, hemming and more.
Anne Hanson
Anne Hanson
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Create knits that look incredibly professional! Learn the best ways to troubleshoot missed stitches, fix holes and gaps, make savvy yarn substitutions and more.
Anne Hanson
Anne Hanson
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Knit flattering sweaters from start to finish! Learn everything from how to recognize a good pattern to fitting, constructing and finishing a gorgeous garment.
Anne Hanson
Anne Hanson

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