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Love the old fashion mittens and look forward to making them. The instruction are very easy to understand and follow.Published 27 days ago by Betty Jo Franzen
A good read, but the quality of the book was disappointing…its paperback.
Hard to follow, lots of page turning.
Not for beginners. Read more
The instructions are clear, and easy to follow. I have made mittens for many years, but these mitts are made for New England winters. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kathleen Waryas
this book is amazing. but, the patterns are for an experienced knitter. i found them very, very complex and beyond my 'advanced' beginner abilities.Published 10 months ago by debby c
I love the mix of history, common sense and good design. Clear and concise, and fun to read even if you don't knit a pattern.Published 17 months ago by Nancy Newman
I loved the patterns and the illustrations. The background information was interesting and informative. I really, really loved it.
You will too.
This book contains history, technique, new designs and designs that are so old they are not longer available virtually anywhere else. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Arlynn Grimm
There are so many wonderful patterns for mittens here; This is a compilation of the best from two previous books. Read morePublished 19 months ago by musician-violinist
Of the three books Robin Hansen has put together, this is by far the best. Mistakes are corrected and sizing is dealth with in a very clear manner.Published 21 months ago by p. b. havard