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Retro Kitchen Collection eBook


When you want to knit something fast and easy and perfectly practical, you'll be pulling for the patterns in this lovely kitchen collection. Whether you need a pot grabber or bread warmer, or want to make your mason jars cozy with a bit of lace, there's a project in the Retro Kitchen Collection that's sure to make your kitchen a very special place.

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2 out of 5 stars

I picked up the bread warmer pattern, because I liked the chain edge to the cloth. The pattern calls for two balls each, and I got 3 of the main color, just in case. Knitting in gauge, I still ran out of the main color, and could easily have used one *more* ball, if not two, and I have way to much of the contrasting color. If you are going to do this pattern get 5 of the main color and one of the contrast. In addition, the directions for the mosaic are.....confusing......or just really off. Do this as you would any two color stranded color, but do each row twice, once knit, the other purl.

2 out of 5 stars

Not at all what I expected. Waste of my money!!