Monthly Archives: April 2013

Conquering corrugated ribbing

This winter I knit a pair of mittens with cuffs in two-color ribbing. This edging is used to great effect on many handsome mittens. It is so worth taking a little time to conquer the corrugation and make this decorative … Continue reading

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“Only connect! That was the whole of her sermon.”

Connect the Shapes Crochet Motifs, by Edie Eckman For a few years I have been following Edie Eckman’s exploration of crochet motifs and edgings. She has a thorough understanding of color and geometry, and her ways of explaining how to produce … Continue reading

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Spoiled for Choice when Spoiling Babies

My thinking on this book has changed. From first seeing it at Rhinebeck, October 2012, I have liked this book and the designs in it. The change is that I now see it as a valuable reference book for the … Continue reading

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