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Vogue Knitting Book Review
It's BIG. Man, is it big. Depending on who you are, this may or not be a problem.
60 Quick Knits for Beginners Review
The latest entry in the 60 Quick Knit series showcases basic knits with maximum punch. Advanced knitters will appreciate this collection as well as beginners.
Reversible Cabled Scarf Recipe
Scarves are both functional and fashionable, and make great projects when youíre looking for something to knit on the fly. This one riffs on cables and twists.
Thick, warm, and pleasantly woolly, the Cowichan sweater was originally designed by members of this Coast Salish tribe. Enjoy this summary of the design's origins.
Looking to add shaping to your knitting? Learn how to short row!
Ann Budd, Designer and Teacher
As one of the designers responsible for the rise of the Interweave empire, Ann Budd truly is a force of nature. Haven't knitted one of her patterns yet? There's plenty to choose from.
Faux Isle Cowl Recipe
During the winter months. Itís nice to have warmth against your neck. Hereís a recipe for knitting a stranded cowl on the fly!
One of the best known yarn companies in the United States, Berroco offers a variety of yarns at different price points.
Review of Alterknits
Lovers of stitch dictionaries and stranded knitting are in for a double treat with this beautifully designed, if somewhat pricey, tome.
Wool for Every Latitude
Wool is adaptable to many climates. Here are some reasons to use this fiber, and suggestions for adapting it to warmer latitudes and lower altitudes.
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