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on 28 May 2010
18 pages of basics begin this book. This section also includes a bit of history on the Komi people. These are Russian people that lived near the Ural Mountains.

There are 35 mitten patterns and four cap patterns. Each project shows a color photo of the mitten, a bit about the mitten and the skill level, along with the sizes. The patterns were listed as intermediate and experienced skill levels so if you are a beginner, I would avoid this book. Yarn type and needles needed are listed next. The gauge is also listed so you can be sure the size will come out correctly.

Each project is worked with a chart. Hopefully, you will know how to work with charts but if not, there is a 2 page section that describes how to do this. There is a short bio about the author at the back of the book.
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VINE VOICEon 22 April 2010
This book is lovely, I don't know if I'll make more than one or two of the designs. It's filled with stunning images. For choice, inspiration and clear directions on how to knit beautiful colourwork mittens, this book can't be beat! It's a winner. If you want knit mittens, whatever weight of yarn you choose, you can customise the patterns to suit the stitch count of your knitting, no need to adapt the way you knit to someone elses 'tension'.
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on 10 September 2014
Excellent. A new knitting dimension to explore. Helpful advice for those who don't like working with four needles included.
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on 5 April 2014
Very happy with this book also includes hat pattern to customise with wonderful patterns. I can hardly wait to get started.
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on 13 January 2013
So beautiful patterns! I take a long time to knit one but it's worth to try! I love this book!
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