On Sale Through November 8. Announcing 4 New Releases on Sale Now: How Winston Churchill Changed the World, The Architecture of Power: Great Palaces of the Ancient World, Math and Magic, Craftsy: Knitting 101.
On Sale Through November 8. Announcing 4 New Releases on Sale Now: How Winston Churchill Changed the World, The Architecture of Power: Great Palaces of the Ancient World, Math and Magic, Craftsy: Knitting 101.
  • How Winston Churchill Changed the World

    Professor Michael Shelden, PhD

    Available Formats: Video Download, Audio Download, DVD, CD

    Winston Churchill didn’t just live history—he made it. In How Winston Churchill Changed the World, join Churchill-biographer Professor Michael Shelden for a multifaceted, 24-lecture exploration of the statesman’s life, accomplishments, complexities, and failures. It’s an unforgettable journey through the 20th century in the footsteps of the man who helped humanity prevail during violent, dangerous times.

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    Winston Churchill didn’t just live history—he made it. In How Winston Churchill Changed the World, join Churchill-biographer Professor Michael Shelden for a multifaceted, 24-lecture exploration of the statesman’s life, accomplishments, complexities, and failures. It’s an unforgettable journey through the 20th century in the footsteps of the man who helped humanity prevail during violent, dangerous times.

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    24 Lectures  |  How Winston Churchill Changed the World
    Lecture Titles (24)
    • 1
      Churchill and the Muse of History
      First, establish a strong sense of how Winston Churchill looked at the world, and what he brought to politics that made him stand out from the start of his career. Then, learn how the connecting thread of history helped inspire Churchill to deliver his iconic Finest Hour" speech." x
    • 2
      Young Churchill
      Survey the remarkable accomplishments of Winston Churchill's life before he turned thirty. Follow the future statesman as he fights on the frontier of India, takes part in the British army's last great cavalry charge, survives capture in South Africa's Boer War, and wins a seat in Parliament. x
    • 3
      Churchill, the Edwardian Titan
      Few British politicians have risen as far-and as fast-as Winston Churchill did during the first decade of his parliamentary career. Examine Churchill's meteoric ascent, including his conflicts with political veterans Arthur Balfour and Joseph Chamberlain, his time as a liberal statesman, and his relationship with Violet Asquith. x
    • 4
      Churchill's Rise to the Admiralty
      Focus on Churchill's career as First Lord of the Admiralty and his efforts to make sure the British navy could win battles in the North Sea. Central to this were technological developments (including a massive new gun for ships) and his knowledge of the newest twist in naval warfare: aviation. x
    • 5
      Churchill and Failure in World War I
      With the military disaster in Gallipoli and the Dardanelles during World War I, Churchill pushed his luck too far. Discover what led to this major failure and his subsequent resignation from government, as well as how he overcame this fall from grace by joining the fight on the Western Front. x
    • 6
      Churchill in War and Peace
      Gain insights into Churchill's return to government in 1917 as Minister of Munitions and, after the end of World War I, as War Secretary. Then, examine Churchill's fraught relationship with Prime Minister Lloyd George and the publication of his grand, four-volume history of the war years: The World Crisis. x
    • 7
      Churchill as Chancellor of the Exchequer
      As Chancellor of the Exchequer, Churchill's primary job was to maintain Britain's economic prosperity. Here, learn how his efforts to cut wasteful spending, implement modest tax cuts, and return to the Gold Standard hurt the British economy in a way that would undermine most of his good work elsewhere. x
    • 8
      The Rise of Tyranny in the 1930s
      Take a step back to investigate just how tangled the relationship between Britain and Germany was becoming in the 1930s. Professor Shelden reveals how Churchill led an uphill battle to persuade his country about the dangers of Hitler and the Nazis-even as his fellow countrymen turned against him. x
    • 9
      Churchill as Author and Historian
      During the 1930s, Churchill kept his name and fame alive through his books and essays. In this lecture, explore some of his greatest works from the period, including Great Contemporaries (a dazzling study of major leaders of the day) and Marlborough: His Life and Times (a multi-volume biography of a famous ancestor). x
    • 10
      The Gathering Storm in Nazi Germany
      As international danger loomed on the horizon, Churchill knew the Royal Air Force would be the key to Britain's future. Learn how Churchill set in motion a chain of events that led to the legendary (and revolutionary) Spitfire, then examine how Churchill tried to save King Edward's monarchy from scandal. x
    • 11
      Churchill in the Age of Appeasement
      Explore just how pitifully disunited and disorganized the British government was as it stood on the verge of war with Hitler. How did the "age of appeasement" begin? What made Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain think he could do business with Hitler? How did Churchill continue to prepare for war? x
    • 12
      The Road to Dunkirk
      On May 8, 1940, a speech by David Lloyd George validating Churchill's premonitions of war with Germany led to Chamberlain's defeat-and Churchill's succession to the role of prime minister. But, as you'll learn, within a month of taking office Churchill faced one of his most serious challenges at Dunkirk. x
    • 13
      Churchill in Power
      When Churchill took power over the government, he knew he'd not only have to fight the Germans but also the simmering resentments within the Conservative Party. Take a closer look at cabinet battles and the famous speech to the House of Commons after the Dunkirk miracle" that effectively crushed Churchill's defeatists." x
    • 14
      Surviving the Nazi Blitz
      Explore how Churchill responded to the terror of the Blitz and how his long history of experience with aviation had a major impact on the war in the air. Then, conclude with a look at the wisdom of a particular-and overlooked-sentence from his famous speech of June 18, 1940. x
    • 15
      Turning the Tide against Hitler
      When did the course of war with Germany take the decisive turn for England that Churchill had hoped for? Why did his attention wander to Malaysia and Singapore? Why was the Suez Canal such an important lifeline for Britain? What was Churchill's long-term strategy for facing down the German juggernaut? x
    • 16
      Churchill and Roosevelt
      Learn how another historical giant-U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt-became the one vital person Churchill needed at his side to win the war. You'll learn what made these two men such effective partners, including their strong wills, their love of attention, and their hatred of being on the sidelines. x
    • 17
      Churchill and Stalin
      Turn now to Churchill's relationship with another historical giant: Russian leader Joseph Stalin. Why was Churchill's August 1942 trip to Moscow one of his most difficult wartime challenges? How did he and Roosevelt balance their desire to help an enemy of Hitler's without allowing Stalin more leverage than was prudent? x
    • 18
      Debating Churchill's Wartime Leadership
      Take a look at some of the more controversial decisions of Churchill's war record, including his possible delay of the D-Day invasion and the bombing campaign against Dresden and other German cities. Also, consider Churchill's early public stance against the threat to Jews under the Nazis. x
    • 19
      Churchill from Tehran to Yalta
      At the Tehran Conference, Churchill realized how small Britain was compared to the rising world powers of Russia and the United States. At the Yalta Conference, he discovered the only bond of victors is their common hate. Here, go inside Churchill's experiences at these critical diplomatic events from World War II. x
    • 20
      Peace, Churchill, and the British Voter
      In July 1945, at the height of his triumph over Hitler, Churchill was kicked out of office by the British electorate and replaced with Clement Attlee. Examine how Churchill's struggle to save Europe from despotism left Britain a minor world power instead of the major power it once was. x
    • 21
      Churchill on the Iron Curtain
      In this lecture on the dawn of the Cold War era, investigate how Churchill grew increasingly disappointed with Britain's postwar future-including its reduced power, influence, and economic prospects-and his realization that another ominous threat loomed over the world: Stalin and the Soviet dominance of Eastern Europe. x
    • 22
      Churchill and Britain's Postwar Crisis
      As prime minister, Churchill had shared his government with Labour leaders. Learn what happened once Labour assumed power and walked away from that spirit of partnership. From a fiscal meltdown to rationing to British troops at war in Asia, ceaseless opposition became the rule of the day. x
    • 23
      Churchill's Return to Power
      Churchill devoted as much energy as possible in his second period as prime minister to cementing ties between the United States and Britain in response to the Soviet Union's rise as a superpower. Discover how he became a powerful, persuasive advocate for peaceful coexistence in the face of atomic destruction. x
    • 24
      Churchill and the Legacy of Freedom
      Was Winston Churchill really the indispensable man of the 20th century? Can one person even make that much of a difference in the course of history? Professor Shelden concludes his lecture series with a pointed consideration of provocative questions that most academic historians won't even go near. x
  • The Architecture of Power: Great Palaces of the Ancient World

    Professor Steven L. Tuck, Ph.D.

    Available Formats: Video Download, DVD

    In The Architecture of Power: Great Palaces of the Ancient World, tour awe-inspiring structures of the ancient world with Professor Steven L. Tuck. As you make your way through these storied sites—some of which no longer exist—you’ll also delve into an exploration of the meaning of power and the ways it operated in societies across the globe.

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    In The Architecture of Power: Great Palaces of the Ancient World, tour awe-inspiring structures of the ancient world with Professor Steven L. Tuck. As you make your way through these storied sites—some of which no longer exist—you’ll also delve into an exploration of the meaning of power and the ways it operated in societies across the globe.

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    24 Lectures  |  The Architecture of Power: Great Palaces of the Ancient World
    Lecture Titles (24)
    • 1
      Palaces Past and Present
      Begin your tour of the ancient world by a look at our modern one as you explore the palaces of Saddam Hussein. Discover how he called upon the ancient Egyptians and Babylonians for inspiration and also how the architecture changed over time in response to threats from Iran and the United States. x
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      Malkata Palace: Pharaoh, Foreigners, and Gods
      Now, travel back to the 14th century BC, a time of peace, prosperity, and plentitude for Egyptians. Learn how the Malkata Palace represents a microcosm of Egypt. Architectural details reveal little-known facts about religious rituals and telling insights into how pharaohs attempted to assert their domination over others. x
    • 3
      Amarna: Palace of the First Sun King
      Pharaoh Amenhotep IV takes on a new name—Akhenaten—and shifts Egypt's capital to the fascinating city of Amarna. See how his worship of the sun disk defined an era built on temple crops, sacrifices, and complete subservience to the pharaoh. Also learn how relocating his seat of power helped Akhenaten wrestle authority away from religious leaders. x
    • 4
      Phaistos: Palaces between Asia and Europe
      Archaeology often involves a great deal of detective work, as is the case with the mysterious Bronze Age Crete. The myth of Daedalus and his labyrinth symbolizes Crete's location at the intersection of multiple cultures. Discover the Phaistos Palace, where extravagant religious rituals and entertainment spectacles were held. x
    • 5
      Palace of Nestor at Pylos and Bronze Age Greece
      Explore the Palace of Nestor, an extraordinary complex centered around the throne room. We travel in time from the immense treasures discovered in 2015 back to the ancient styles the Mycenaeans developed to bring these elaborate structures to life. Consider what the arrangement of rooms reveals about how royals lived and maintained control. x
    • 6
      The Assyrian Palace at Nimrud: Empire in Stone
      The Assyrian palace at Nimrud, with its imposing 20-foot gates, was designed by Ashurnasirpal II. An epic braggart, he loved to write of his conquests of nature and his knowledge of tree species. Clearly an intellectual, he describes in detail the glory of feasts he threw—and the math behind them. x
    • 7
      Nineveh: The Architecture of Assyrian Power
      Discover the last great Assyrian palace and the largest city the world had ever seen before the Babylonian conquest. See how its designers accomplished incredible civil engineering feats, diverting entire rivers into canals that offered protection and transportation. Also meet the magnificent lamassu guardians that flanked the palace entrances, each of which stood over 12 feet tall. x
    • 8
      Persepolis: Palace of the Persians
      The lore of Persepolis includes the exploits of many great kings. Explore the great citadel at Persepolis with its famed flight of 111 steps leading to the Gate of All Nations, which held a set of wood and bronze doors standing 20 feet high. Learn of the spectacular stone masonry and powerful art filled with lions and mythological creatures. x
    • 9
      Greek Palaces in Conquered Lands I
      While scholars debate the details, it's undeniable that Alexander the Great's conquest of the Persian Empire profoundly changed the world. View his astonishing palaces, boasting gymnasiums and enormous swimming pools and home to elite drinking parties. Examine the unmistakable Greek style blended with Persian and Assyrian influences characteristic of the period. x
    • 10
      Greek Palaces in Conquered Lands II
      This is the tale of two palaces—one in Jordan, the other in Libya—in the wake of Alexander the Great’s death. Both were products of military expansion and occupation, but they displayed distinct identities. Learn how the palace origins influenced the design and layout of each. x
    • 11
      Greek Palaces Come to Roman Italy
      Two men, Marcus Claudius Marcellus and Lucius Licinius Lucullus, were largely responsible for the transformation of Roman architecture; their story is one of political strategy, Persian influence, and sheer determination. Consider why Lucullus may be the most important yet underrated figure in the history of palace creation. x
    • 12
      Masada: Herod the Great between East and West
      Herod the Great is a well-studied, yet controversial, figure. Examine in depth his brilliant methods and materials, including the construction of Masada, which involved many logistical challenges as giant marble tesserae slabs were shipped across the desert and hoisted up as walls. Discover Herod's most startling and mesmerizing architectural invention. x
    • 13
      Herod the Great's Summer and Winter Palaces
      Herod was a complex king whose royal image was defined by insecurity, innovation, and a need to reflect his Jewish identity. Starting with his heated Roman baths in each palace, understand how the king was a master of the land and was able to give his people a marvelous oasis in the desert. x
    • 14
      Caligula's Floating Palaces
      Taking inspiration from Cleopatra as well as the ancient Hellenistic rulers, Caligula's Floating Palaces included all the amenities you would expect to find onboard modern cruise ships: spacious baths, banquet halls, and live music. Caligula, himself, is also quite fascinating, as is the story of the ships' rediscovery. x
    • 15
      Nero's Domus Transitoria at Rome
      A huge fan of spectacle, Nero sponsored grand chariot races and began an architectural revolution. We find Nero's palaces made of a new Roman concrete where bespoke designs could finally replace the utilitarian boxes of stone, thus making way for domed ceilings, custom columns, and any form he desired. x
    • 16
      Nero's Golden House: A Roman Palace Theater
      Nero built the infamous Domus Aurea (Golden House), a 124-acre Xanadu that enraged the rich whose land he occupied. It featured a lavish watered garden with incredible rotating sculptures that could spray perfume. Walking distance from the Colosseum, this palace was literally covered in gold. x
    • 17
      Rome's Great Imperial Palace of Domitian
      The word "palace" comes from the Palatine Hill in Rome, which housed Domitian’s 200-year-old palace. This structure—impeccably built and placed—was essentially the White House for Roman emperors. Learn why the enormous residence and its innovative design was mythologized by poets, who compared Domitian to Jupiter. x
    • 18
      Hadrian's Villa, Tivoli
      Hadrian was an artistic genius who personally designed the palace of his dreams to reflect his many passions, including his love of Greek philosophy. His luxurious villa, now a UNESCO world heritage site, set the standard for Roman architecture. Understand more about Hadrian, a figure so influential that he redefined the concept of Virtus, or manliness. x
    • 19
      Diocletian's Retirement Palace, Split
      Diocletian came to power in the 3rd century AD, a turbulent time for the Roman Empire, which had seen 25 emperors over the course of 50 years. Learn how Diocletian, a visionary and problem-solver, brought stability to the empire and how his palace represented a radical departure from traditional styles. x
    • 20
      Constantine's Palace, Constantinople
      Constantinople was a fresh start for the then-600-year-old Roman Empire, becoming the greatest European city of the Middle Ages. Its founder, Constantine, was (supposedly) a devout Christian. Explore his palace, which featured colossal sculptures and the famed hippodrome, where chariot races, animal hunts, and prisoner executions were held. x
    • 21
      China's Endless Palace: Weiyang Palace
      Weiyang, China's Endless Palace, represented not only an emperor but the very concept of ever-expanding empire itself. Covering an area of 1,200 acres, it was the largest imperial palace ever built. You'll learn how the construction of the palace reflected imperialism as well as Confucianism, the cornerstone of Chinese philosophy. x
    • 22
      The Palace of Montezuma II at Tenochtitlán
      The Aztec capital, founded in a swamp, developed into the largest city in the Pre-Columbian Americas. Meet Montezuma II, creator of Tenochtitlán, a staunch believer in omens, and father to hundreds. Learn how a Spanish army of a few hundred men led by Hernan Cortes conquered an empire of millions. x
    • 23
      Renaissance Palaces and the Classical Revival
      Here we visit such highlights of Renaissance architecture as Kensington Palace and the Tuileries Palace and discover how they were influenced by classical forms. Perhaps most impressive is the Palace of Versailles, which boasted Europe's largest orange tree collection and now attracts tourists from all over the world. x
    • 24
      Palaces in a World of Democracies
      In this final lecture, reflect on the timeless themes explored in this course. First, investigate the White House, where each decorative decision reflects political agenda (and defiance to the previous administration). Then, discover the surprising connection between the Amazon headquarters and ancient imperial palaces as ancient ideas come full circle in our modern era. x
  • Math and Magic
    Course  |  Math and Magic

    Professor Arthur T. Benjamin, Ph.D.

    Available Formats: Video Download, DVD

    Taught by award-winning math professor and professional magician Arthur T. Benjamin of Harvey Mudd College, this course shows the math behind magic through dozens of tricks based on mathematical principles. You’ll learn the algebra that explains card tricks, the shortcuts to lightning-fast mental calculations, and other marvels of the magician’s art—all while impressing your friends, family, and yourself.

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    Taught by award-winning math professor and professional magician Arthur T. Benjamin of Harvey Mudd College, this course shows the math behind magic through dozens of tricks based on mathematical principles. You’ll learn the algebra that explains card tricks, the shortcuts to lightning-fast mental calculations, and other marvels of the magician’s art—all while impressing your friends, family, and yourself.

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    12 Lectures  |  Math and Magic
    Lecture Titles (12)
    • 1
      Mathematical Card Tricks
      Begin the course with card tricks in which mathematics is clearly being used, but the secret is not easy to figure out. Learn the invariant principle: Some qualities stay the same in a deck even though the order of cards is changing. End with what Professor Benjamin calls the tear-able" trick, being careful to use cards that you don't mind wrecking." x
    • 2
      What's Your Deal?
      Explore card tricks in which the cards are shuffled, dealt, and flipped over in interesting ways, leading to surprising outcomes. Discover Hummer's principle-an endless source of mystifying, crowd-pleasing tricks, based on random mixing of cards combined with a simple procedure that preserves a pattern that seems positively magical. x
    • 3
      Look like a Card Shark
      Professor Benjamin shows how to play cards like someone who would be thrown out of a casino. Learn the Jonah principle for always winning at poker. Get a feel" for counting cards and develop the knack for telepathically communicating a hidden card to an assistant. Finally, who could claim to be a card shark without a trick that turns up four aces every time?" x
    • 4
      The Deck Is Stacked
      Investigate tricks based on the cyclic method of card ordering, or stacking," popularized by magician Si Stebbins and tracing originally to one of the first books on magic, published in Italy in 1593. Learn how to seemingly weigh a deck of cards in your hands and other miraculous feats based on this simple principle." x
    • 5
      Perfect Shuffles
      Professor Benjamin introduces a special guest, mathematician and magician Brent Morris, master of the perfect shuffle (also known as the faro shuffle), in which two equal halves of the deck are interlaced perfectly. You will learn two versions of this virtuoso technique-the in-shuffle and out-shuffle-along with sequences of shuffles that lead to very interesting symmetries. x
    • 6
      Riffle Shuffles
      Explore results of an ordinary riffle shuffle, where the deck is cut roughly in half, and the cards are interlaced approximately-but usually not perfectly. Depending on how the cards are arranged beforehand, intriguing effects are possible, based on Gilbreath's principle of patterned sequences. Study several of these magic showpieces. x
    • 7
      Magic with Numbers
      Master an impressive medley of number-guessing tricks, involving the golden ratio, the Fibonacci series, and other notable numbers. In analyzing how the tricks work, discover how straightforward algebraic expressions are secretly pulling the strings. The feats include the very first mathematical magic trick that Professor Benjamin learned. x
    • 8
      Look like a Genius
      You don't have to be a genius to look like one. Drawing on young volunteers, Professor Benjamin shows easy strategies for mentally multiplying numbers by 11, dividing numbers by 91, multiplying any numbers near 100, squaring numbers ending in 5, and other seemingly fearless feats of arithmetic, without use of a calculator. x
    • 9
      The Magic of Nine
      Admire the magic of the number nine. An ancient technique called "casting out nines" lets you pick out the missing digit in a bewilderingly long series of operations. Then learn to determine two-digit cube roots and also find the age of a volunteer who has hidden the number in a complicated calculation-all with the help of the number nine. x
    • 10
      Look like a Psychic
      Hone your psychic powers by developing tricks such as these: Have someone scramble their birthday in a seemingly unbreakable code, which you decipher with ease. Calculate the hidden spots on a stack of dice. Use the parity principle to guess where your partner has landed in an alphabetic array. Also learn the magician's toxic" calculation principle." x
    • 11
      Geometric and Topological Magic
      Explore mathematical mysteries that seem geometrically or topologically odd. Consider a paper strip with a half twist, joined end-to-end, known as a Mobius band. What happens when there are more twists or if the shape is cut? Create an analogous shape by slicing a bagel. Also, solve puzzles with disappearing figures, including a rabbit. x
    • 12
      Magic Squares
      Since ancient times, magic squares have given endless hours of fun through designing grids of numbers where each row, column, and diagonal produces the same sum-as if by magic. In this last lesson, learn to create magic squares quickly from numbers provided by your amazed audience or based on your volunteer's birthday. Finally, end the course with a magic matrix based on the number pi. x
  • Knitting 101
    Course  |  Knitting 101

    Taught By Multiple Professors

    Available Formats: Video Download, DVD

    In Knitting 101, three experienced instructors lead you through 36 hands-on lessons across four modules, each centered on different methods and levels of experience. You will cover the basics and beyond, from understanding your needles and yarns to mastering various stitches and shapes, so you can create amazing hats, gloves, scarves, and much more.

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    In Knitting 101, three experienced instructors lead you through 36 hands-on lessons across four modules, each centered on different methods and levels of experience. You will cover the basics and beyond, from understanding your needles and yarns to mastering various stitches and shapes, so you can create amazing hats, gloves, scarves, and much more.

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    36 Lectures  |  Knitting 101
    Lecture Titles (36)
    • 1
      Module 1 - Lesson 1
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
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      Module 1 - Lesson 2
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
    • 3
      Module 1 - Lesson 3
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
    • 4
      Module 1 - Lesson 4
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
    • 5
      Module 1 - Lesson 5
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
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      Module 1 - Lesson 6
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
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      Module 1 - Lesson 7
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
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      Module 1 - Lesson 8
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
    • 9
      Module 1 - Lesson 9
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
    • 10
      Module 1 - Lesson 10
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
    • 11
      Module 1 - Lesson 11
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
    • 12
      Module 1 - Lesson 12
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
    • 13
      Module 1 - Lesson 13
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
    • 14
      Module 1 - Lesson 14
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
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      Module 1 - Lesson 15
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
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      Module 1 - Lesson 16
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
    • 17
      Module 1 - Lesson 17
      Start-Up Library: Knitting x
    • 18
      Module 2 - Lesson 1
      Start-Up Project: Cable-Knit Hat & Headband x
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      Module 2 - Lesson 2
      Start-Up Project: Cable-Knit Hat & Headband x
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      Module 2 - Lesson 3
      Start-Up Project: Cable-Knit Hat & Headband x
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      Module 2 - Lesson 4
      Start-Up Project: Cable-Knit Hat & Headband x
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      Module 2 - Lesson 5
      Start-Up Project: Cable-Knit Hat & Headband x
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      Module 2 - Lesson 6
      Start-Up Project: Cable-Knit Hat & Headband x
    • 24
      Module 3 - Lesson 1
      Knit Faster with Continental Knitting x
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      Module 3 - Lesson 2
      Knit Faster with Continental Knitting x
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      Module 3 - Lesson 3
      Knit Faster with Continental Knitting x
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      Module 3 - Lesson 4
      Knit Faster with Continental Knitting x
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      Module 3 - Lesson 5
      Knit Faster with Continental Knitting x
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      Module 3 - Lesson 6
      Knit Faster with Continental Knitting x
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      Module 3 - Lesson 7
      Knit Faster with Continental Knitting x
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      Module 4 - Lesson 1
      Knit Faster with Continental Knitting: Color & Texture x
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      Module 4 - Lesson 2
      Knit Faster with Continental Knitting: Color & Texture x
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      Module 4 - Lesson 3
      Knit Faster with Continental Knitting: Color & Texture x
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      Module 4 - Lesson 4
      Knit Faster with Continental Knitting: Color & Texture x
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      Module 4 - Lesson 5
      Knit Faster with Continental Knitting: Color & Texture x
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      Module 4 - Lesson 6
      Knit Faster with Continental Knitting: Color & Texture x