April 11, 2013
Knitting is tricky business. We usually pick our sweater patterns like clothing out of a catalog. We pick the best yarn, choose the size, and dutifully execute the instructions, stitch by stitch.
We make a beautiful garment, but how often does it really fit us to perfection, much less flatter our figures? Not often enough.
Amy Herzog has been on a mission to change this, first with her Fit to Flatter workshops and now, with her new much anticipated book, Knit to Flatter. Amy is that wise, nonjudgmental friend you can trust to steer you away from the stinkers and toward projects that make you feel truly fabulous every single time you wear them.
In the Forums: Which Whorl?
As ever, I thank you for letting me be a part of your knitting life.
I'll talk to you again on April 25!
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Casey the cat interrupts a photo shoot with Bartlett Yarns' new Down East yarn
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