Series: Jaeger Handknits

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Jaeger Handknits JM01 by Louisa HardingJM01
Jaeger Handknits JM02 by Louisa HardingJM02
Jaeger Handknits JB03 by Louisa HardingJB03
Jaeger Handknits JM05: 25 Designer Handknits by Daniel HalpinJM05
Jaeger Handknits JB06: Accessories Brochure by Louisa HardingJB06
Jaeger Handknits JM06 by Hilary RohdeJM06
Jaeger Handknits Sixteen Designs for Bab by Martin StoreyJM07
Jaeger Handknits JH 0011: Wool StretchJH0011
Jaeger Handknits JH 0012: Wool StretchJH0012
Jaeger Handknits JB13 by Martin StoreyJB13
Jaeger Handknits: 20 Designer Garments By Martin Storey Using Matchmaker Merino 4 Ply (JB16) by Jaeger HandknitsJB16
Jaeger Handknits JB17 by Martin StoreyJB17
Jaeger Handknits (JB20) 12 Designer Garments By Martin Storey Using Aran & Chunky by Martin StoreyJB20
Jaeger Handknits JB22 by Martin StoreyJB22
JAEGER HANDKNITS (JB25) by Jaeger HandknitsJB25
Jaeger Handknits JB 28: 16 Designer Men's Garments by Martin StoreyJB28
Jaeger Handknits JB28 - The Natural Fleece and Fur Collection by Martin StoreyJB28
Jaeger Handknits JB29 by Martin StoreyJB29
Jaeger Handknits JB30JB30
Jaeger Handknits JB31 by Martin StoreyJB31
Jaeger Handknits JB33: 24 Designer Garments & Accessories by Martin StoreyJB33
Jaeger Handknits JB35 by Louisa HardingJB35
Jaeger Handknits JB36: The Natural Fleece and Fur Collection by Martin StoreyJB36
Jaeger Handknits: 17 Designer Garments & Accessories (Knitting) (The Matchmaker Collection, #JB37) by Jaeger HandknitsJB37
Jaeger Handknits JB38JB38
Jaeger Handknits: 16 Designer Garments Using Roma, Pure Silk DK, Matchmaker Merino DK & Extra Fine Merino DK

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