July 7, 2011
It's too hot to swatch. I'm thinking instead of a cooler pursuit that still brings tactile pleasure and a speedy sense of gratification: blocking.
Blocking is the final act that turns knitted stitches into beautiful, cohesive fabric. This week we consider some blocking essentials, revisiting a few old favorites and putting The BagSmith's new Block n Roll to the test.
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Happy knitting, and I'll talk with you next on July 21st. I'll be fresh from Knit Nation in London and full of stories for you,
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On the Cover
Evelyn Clark's Prairie Rose shawl on the Block n Roll
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