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Estonian Lace Explained
Estonian Lace Explained
Nancy Bush
Knit amazing Estonian lace! Learn to create the nupps, openwork patterns and edgings that make this storied style so special.
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Take the knitting journey of a lifetime when you create designer Laura Nelkin’s exclusive Life Cycle lace shawl or baby blanket, knit in the round.
Laura Nelkin
Laura Nelkin
Learn to love lace with designer Romi Hill as you knit her absolutely stunning “Fiori Autunnali” V-shaped shawl.
Romi Hill
Romi Hill
Knit an unforgettable Shetland shawl! Create a timeless accessory with the features that set this storied knitting style apart from others.
Gudrun Johnston
Gudrun Johnston
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It's hardly controversial to say that colorwork knitting can be a little maddening, and intarsia is no exception. If you don't stay on top of it, all those colors on the back of your sweater can turn on you and suck the joy out of your project. And what if you lose focus on a color change and end up with a hole?!
Ashley Little
You probably know how to knit into the back of a stitch and — if you're really good — maybe even into the front of a stitch. But knitting into the stitch below is a little trickier. It's worth mastering, though, because it gives you a cozy, squishy fabric that lots of knitters associate with brioche (which, admittedly, is a bit of an advanced technique).
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