My First Crochet Cardigan
My First Crochet Cardigan
Sara Delaney
Crochet your first cardigan! Gain the confidence to make great garments as you add essential skills to your repertoire.
Curiously Similar
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Crochet garments with the impeccable fit you’ve always wanted! Discover custom pattern alteration techniques as you create a chic Tunisian crochet vest.
Dora Ohrenstein
Dora Ohrenstein
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Build on your basic crochet skills and unlock new project possibilities as you conquer fundamentals for cables, lace, bobbles and more!
Kim Werker
Kim Werker
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Achieve better crochet, beautiful results and fewer mistakes in any project! Learn techniques for clean cast-ons, tidy edges, basic decreases and more.
Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby
Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby

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