Knitter's Review
January 16, 2014
A clay sheep grazes on wool grass

Earlier this fall, I received the most charming book in the mail—something so fresh and colorful, so sweet and original, that I promptly squirreled it away, acorn-style, for winter.

There it sat until earlier this week, when, feeling just a tad gloomy and housebound by the persistent winter weather, I pulled out Katie Startzman's The Knitted Slipper Book for a cure.

Live from New York
Join me this weekend at the New York Marriott Marquis for Vogue Knitting Live. I'll offer my perspective on trends in the American yarn industry, as well as read from my new book. See you there!

In the Forums: Crystal Ball
Will 2014 be the year Fun Fur makes a comeback? What will the next "it" pattern be? Minh asks for your collective conjectures about where the New Year will take us. What do you think?

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As always, I thank you for letting me be a part of your knitting life.

We'll talk again on January 30th!

Clara Parkes

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A clay sheep grazes on wool grass

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