February 19, 2009
Lofty marketing claims bring out the cynic in me. When a product asserts that it is the best, the ultimate, the only anything, I immediately set about to prove it true or false.
Which is why the cover of Margaret Radcliffe's The Knitting Answer Book set me in motion. It claims to offer solutions to every problem I'll ever face, answers to every question I'll ever ask. True? Let's find out.
Knitting and Memory
In the Forum: Stash Management
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