April 21, 2011
Knitting is a flexible and forgiving medium. In general, we use it to make functional, wearable objects like socks and hats and sweaters.
But knitting is also quite willing to accompany us on more unusual adventures, whether it's to make a bright red Ferrari, translucent human lung, or a patchwork cozy for a city bus.
As you'll discover in Lela Nargi's new book, Astounding Knits, quite a few people around the world are having a blast pushing knitting to its limits.
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In the Forum: A New SSK
As always, I thank you for your readership and your support.
Happy knitting, and I'll see you in the forums,
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Seashell and Summer Sox (by Classic Elite Yarns)
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