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This book is intended to get you started in enjoying knitting, learning basic techniques and just a few of the hundreds of stitches available. There are many books from which you can learn additional stitches and techniques. These can be found at your local needlework store, bookstores, and the library. Needlework shops also offer classes on more advanced techniques and stitches. Why not investigate the possibilities at your local store – you’ll have fun, meet new people and enjoy further developing your knitting skills. Happy knitting!

 

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National Needlework Books: How to Knit

$15.00Price
    • The "How To" series by TNNA is designed with new crafters in mind. Whether you are a beginner looking for basic instruction or an experienced needle worker looking for a handy reference guide, you'll want to keep the "How To" series close at hand.
    • This book is intended to get you started in enjoying knitting, learning basic techniques, and just a few of the hundreds of stitches available.
    • It covers all of the basics to help someone learn to knit, plus a few extra techniques to help you grow in your knitting!
    • Author: The National Needle Arts Association
    • Publisher: TNNA
    • Format: Paperback
    • Length: 39 pages
    • Weight: .25 lbs
    • Dimensions: 11" L x 8.5" W

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