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May 28, 2004



"Knitting On The Edge" showed up on my doorstep a week ago and I, too, love it! I like the patterns, it seems easy to follow and understand, and it was beautifully photographed and printed.


Hi Vicki! I'm glad to hear someone else's opinion on this one. Yes - beautifully made all the patterns so easy to see & appreciate.


Did you see the "Berry Cluster" sweater in the latest Knit'n Style, from the Epstein book? I want to make it sooo bad, but I could never wear an angora blend in San Diego -- I'd die of heat exhaustion! That book hasn't hit my local bookstores, yet; I look forward to taking a peek.


Yep - I did see that sweater in the magazine & thought it was beautiful. The pattern's in the book too and it's mighty tempting. Maybe from a different yarn?


You are entirely to blame for me just ordering that book ! Now you have to buy some Koigu. ;-]


Believe me, Emma, Koigu is at the top of my "must buy" yarn list. ::Grin:::

You're going to LOVE "Knitting on the Edge"! I'm so happy to be an enabler on this one. :)


i am about to look up the amazon link for this one - i have made a resolution to not spendany money for a little while on yarn book etc so will have to wait and see...


Hi Nat - Yeah - I understand about the no yarn/books resolution. But when you decide you can start spending again, keep this book at the top of your list! :)

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