Knitter's Review
July 24, 2008
cheerful cashmere against granite

When Stephanie Pearl-McPhee blogged about the Rivendell socks earlier this year, it was just the kick in the pants that Janel Laidman needed to finish the book in which that very sock pattern was to appear.

She succeeded, unveiling her book, The Eclectic Sole, at TNNA in June. Word spread like wildfire, and Janel had to have more copies printed. What makes this collection of 14 sock patterns special?

This Weekend in New Hampshire
Head to Manchester this weekend for the Knit and Crochet Show, which takes place at the Radisson Hotel Center of New Hampshire. The show serves both the knitting and crochet communities, being the Knitting Guild Association's Regional Conference and the Crochet Guild of America's Annual Chain Link Conference.

In the Forum: In a Slump?
Sometimes all it takes to get out of a knitting slump is a little inspiration from your peers. Check out what other folks have finished knitting, and celebrate your own accomplishments, in the Hooray It's Finished section.

As always, thank you for your readership and your support.

Happy knitting, and I'll see you in the Forums!
Clara Parkes

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