My First Sweater
My First Sweater
Amy Ross
If you can knit and purl, you can make an amazing first sweater you'll love to wear. Knit along with Amy Ross to create a classic raglan pullover or a cute cardigan.
Curiously Similar
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Make knitting seamless sweaters easy! Take your circular knitting skills to the next level as you learn how to create well-fitting garments.
Wendy  Bernard
Wendy Bernard
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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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Mix and match design elements to create a flattering sweater you'll be proud to wear. Tell your style story in memorable fashion.
Eunny Jang
Eunny Jang

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