Marianne Kinzel returns with a book filled with even more distinctive patterns! Perfect for knitters of all skill levels, the eye-catching designs include Grand Slam, Lilac Time, Maidenhair, and others. The book features step-by-step directions for creating over 29 complete projects. 41 illustrations... read more
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Marianne Kinzel returns with a book filled with even more distinctive patterns! Perfect for knitters of all skill levels, the eye-catching designs include Grand Slam, Lilac Time, Maidenhair, and others. The book features step-by-step directions for creating over 29 complete projects. 41 illustrations.
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