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My First Mittens & Gloves
My First Mittens & Gloves
Angela Tong
Don't just knit your first pairs of gloves and mittens — make them a rousing success! Learn all the steps you need to go from start to stunning finish.
Curiously Similar
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Get a handle on knitting an array of cute and cozy handwarmers with the one and only Marly Bird!
Marly Bird
Marly Bird
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Put a handmade spring in your step as you knit your first, favorite pair of socks. Use yarns you love to make beautiful, comfortable socks with step-by-step guidance.
Lucy Neatby
Lucy Neatby
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Take your Fair Isle skills to new heights! Knit a matching three-color hat and mittens set as you learn to create traditional stranded colorwork.
Donna Druchunas
Donna Druchunas

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