August 6, 2009
Finding a good pattern for a knitted gift can be as tricky as finding a ready-made gift at a store—if not trickier. You want something interesting, attractive, and original. But you also want something you can actually complete within a realistic period of time.
Ann Budd has just released a new book of knitted gift patterns called, fittingly, Knitted Gifts. It contains more than 30 diverse, fresh, and inspiring projects ranging from quick to heirloom. It's the first knitted gift book to catch my eye in a long time, and I review it this week.
This Weekend in Oregon
In the Forum: Quick, Special Shawls
As always, I thank you for your readership and your support.
Have a great two weeks, and I'll see you again on August 20th!
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