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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.
      Curiously Similar
      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
      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
      Cleanly and confidently pick up stitches along any edge, straight or curved. Learn the skills you need to add edgings, hems, necklines and more.
      Chris Bylsma
      Chris Bylsma
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      We know the drill: You get excited about ten projects at a time and find yourself with too many ideas, never enough time and and mounds of materials overtaking your craft room. We're the same way. But the whole point of starting a craft is to enjoy it, so don't let these pesky Works in Progress (WIPs) bring you down. Here are a few tips to stay focused and complete all the projects you've been daydreaming about.
      Ashley Little
      The key to accurately measuring gauge is to work your swatch in the same way that you plan to work the knitted piece. Translation: if you’re knitting a sweater in the round, your swatch should be knit in the round, too.
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