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Cast On, Bind Off - View Complete Details
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Storey Publishing - WORKMAN PUBLISHING-Storey Books: Cast On Bind Off. Elegant edges for all your knitting! If you're still using the cast-on and bind- off methods you learned when you began knitting, it's time to explore new possibilities. Author Leslie Ann Bestor's creative edges are just what you need to begin and end every project with flair. Choose from 33 cast-ons and 21 bind-offs each with both written instructions and step-by-step photographs. Author: Leslie Ann Bestor. Softcover, spiral-bound, 216 pages. Published 2012. Imported.View Product Specs
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