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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.
Curiously Similar
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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
Faina Goberstein
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Knit custom colorwork with images you adore for impressive results that are unmistakably yours. Learn intarsia to bring meaningful images to life on garments and more.
Sally Melville
Sally Melville
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Demystify stranded knitting and achieve colorwork success as you knit three pairs of cozy mittens that are sure to impress.
Sunne Meyer
Sunne Meyer

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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
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The difference between a pair of hand-knit socks and the ones from the store is sort of like the difference between cotton and cashmere. (No offense to cotton! Cashmere is just extra.) If you've ever put on a pair, you know that hand-knit equals exceptional warm and cozy foot happiness. So even if you're a beginner knitter, they're totally worth the effort.
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The key to accurately measuring gauge is to work your swatch in the same way that you plan to work the knitted piece. Translation: if you’re knitting a sweater in the round, your swatch should be knit in the round, too.
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