September 25, 2008
The publishing world seems to love big numbers—365 knitting patterns, 101 one-skein wonders...I'm reassured this week by a new book that limits its focus to seven. That's a number I can handle, especially when it's about tangible techniques for making my sweaters look better.
The book is Margaret Fisher's Seven Things that can "Make or Break" a Sweater. Let's see what those seven things are.
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