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Royal Yarns 202-215-2300 presents Plymouth Grande Glow Yarn Knitting Pattern F349 Big Feather & Fan Beret. This pattern includes design images, sizing, yarn requirements, knitting needles, crochet hooks and other tools necessary to make this garment.

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ISBN: 9781301060900
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