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Colorwork Made Easy
Colorwork Made Easy
Melissa Leapman
Start knitting the eye-catching colorwork styles you love! Learn the essentials for stripes, slip-stitch colorwork, colorwork cables, intarsia and stranded knitting.
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Add gorgeous color to your knitwear with this collection of incredible techniques. Learn how to work chevron stripes, two-color cables, inlay motifs and more.
Faina Goberstein
with Faina Goberstein
Get introduced to colorwork, learn foolproof techniques and see how easy creating stunning color effects in any of your knits can be!
Anne Berk
with Anne Berk
Demystify stranded knitting and achieve colorwork success as you knit three pairs of cozy mittens that are sure to impress.
Sunne Meyer
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