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New Twists in Cables: Fingerless Mittens
New Twists in Cables: Fingerless Mittens
Fiona Ellis
Combine basic techniques to make complex cables simple, fun and rewarding. Knit two pairs of outfit-enhancing fingerless mitts with captivating cables that beg to be shown off.
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