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Winter Is Coming, So Please Enjoy This Insane 1980s Book Of Knitted Sweaters

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There are treasures to be found at second hand book sales, you never know what out-of-print gems you might unearth. Take for example, this 1986 book of knitting patterns called “Wit Knits”. The contents of the book has been scanned and given its own Tumblr site by George Hostler who “found this knitting pattern book in a second hand book sale – felt the need to share them with the world.”

More info: Tumblr (h/t: messynessychic)

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