In this work we describe crystallization kinetics as inferred from time-dependent magnetization studies and thermal analysis for an Allied Signal amorphous Fe-based METGLAS® 2605SA-1 alloy and a NANOPERM (Fe88Zr7B4Cu1) alloy. We illustrate and contrast several phenomena important to understanding crystallization kinetics in particular to the NANOPERM alloy system. In METGLAS® 2605SA-1 primary and secondary crystallization events are observed in differential scanning calorimetry data (DSC) at temperatures of 504 °C and 549 °C, respectively for data taken at a 10 °C/min scan rate. Both temperatures are greater than the Curie temperature of the amorphous alloy. For the NANOPERM alloy primary crystallization (as determined from differential thermal analysis (DTA)) occurs at 500 °C and secondary crystallization at 730 °C and M(t) at temperatures near the primary crystallization temperature is dominated (at short times < 1 hour) by the primary crystallization event. Using the Johnson-Mehl-Avrami equation for isothermal transformations and the Kissinger equation for constant heating transformations, we find corresponding models for the crystallization kinetics of the NANOPERM alloy.