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purpledot505
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Knitting (teen) help

Hi are there any good teen patterns? I just started knitting and i think it is really fun! Is there a place i can find good teen paterns? 
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Re: Knitting (teen) help

Hiya,
I don't really like a lot of the "teen" knitting books because I think they skimp on instructions.  I do recommend the Debbie Stoller Stitch 'n Bitch books - all her patterns are very contemporary (contributed by her funky knitting friends) and the instructions are very clear.

purpledot505 wrote:
Hi are there any good teen patterns? I just started knitting and i think it is really fun! Is there a place i can find good teen paterns? 



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Re: Knitting (teen) help

You might also want to check out books by Vickie Howwell, and some back issues and current issue of Knit 1 magazine :smileywink:
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