Knitting Abbreviations Glossary PDF Download
When you’re new to knitting, getting to know the abbreviations can be pretty overwhelming and can feel like learning a new language. But don’t worry, we’re here to help! We’ve put together an easy-to-navigate list of common knitting abbreviations to help you along the way in your knitting ventures.
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