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Knitting on the Bias
Knitting on the Bias
Bristol Ivy
Learn how to create drapey fabric full of movement, texture and unique shape! Explore the possibilities of bias knitting in four fun, easy projects.
Curiously Similar
Leave friends wide-eyed by playing with shapes to create unique designs! Learn modular knitting as you create three exclusive accessories with Iris Schreier.
Iris  Schreier
Iris Schreier
Discover 14 ways to shape custom shawls that show off your unique aesthetic.
Laura Nelkin
Laura Nelkin
Create projects that showcase stunning stitch patterns on both sides! Learn how to create reversible lace, cables, colorwork and more.
Melissa Leapman
Melissa Leapman
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