July 11, 2002
|Knitted lace has a checkered reputation. Purists consider it the ugly stepchild to the more glamorous bobbin and needle techniques. Fans, however, adore its delicacy and geometric form.|
The rest of this month we'll take a deeper look at knitted lace. You may be surprised to discover just how addicting it is.
New This Week
If you've ever thought about knitting lace but were too intimidated, don't fret. In this week's article, The Essentials of Knitted Lace, you'll find everything you need to know to get started.
As an added bonus, the article includes a quick and easy scarf pattern that uses my very favorite stitch.
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Is everybody knitting socks on circulars these days? DPN holdouts say no, while circular fans insist it's true.
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