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Sweater Surgery
Sweater Surgery
Carol Feller
Give your ill-fitting hand-knit garments a little TLC and a new life with help from acclaimed knitwear designer Carol Feller.
Curiously Similar
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Knit sweaters that fit your body and your taste perfectly! Learn to personalize fit and fashion with expert guidance from designer Amy Herzog.
Amy Herzog
Amy Herzog
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Make sure all your sweaters fit perfectly and flatter your body type! Choose great patterns and make them truly yours by adjusting the shape, features and sizing.
Sally Melville
Sally Melville
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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.
Anne Hanson
Anne Hanson

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