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Knit Lab: In the Round
Knit Lab: In the Round
Stefanie Japel
Make four exclusive accessories as you knit in the round on double-pointed needles, one short circular needle, two circular needles and using the magic loop method.
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You’ll learn how to knit a hat with circular needles as you construct this cute and colorful collection.
Stefanie Japel
Stefanie Japel
Get an introduction to key techniques for working in the round and start expanding your project possibilities.
Pam Powers Knits
Pam Powers Knits
These essential lessons for new knitters teach you fundamental skills and about basic supplies through step-by-step instruction from designer Stefanie Japel.
Stefanie Japel
Stefanie Japel
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