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      Next Steps in Intarsia
      Next Steps in Intarsia
      Anne Berk
      Discover intriguing intarsia techniques as you knit stop-and-stare accessories. Learn to work intarsia with multiple colors, in the round and much more!
      Curiously Similar
      Knit custom colorwork with images you adore for impressive results that are unmistakably yours. Learn intarsia to bring meaningful images to life on garments and more.
      Sally Melville
      Sally Melville
      Express your love of color by creating your own custom motifs!
      Anne Berk
      Anne Berk
      Add gorgeous color to your knitwear with this collection of incredible techniques. Learn how to work chevron stripes, two-color cables, inlay motifs and more.
      Faina Goberstein
      Faina Goberstein
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      Ashley Little
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