September 23, 2010
Every knitter has a small stash of those highly coveted, one-of-a-kind yarns we bought, were gifted, or even spun ourselves over the years. Whether they are made from luxury fibers or special sheep, dip-dyed or hand-painted by a color genius, we covet them. And although we rarely have a whole sweater's worth, we know we have enough for something special.
Knitwear designer Miriam Felton is an expert at designing that "something special." Her Icarus shawl catapulted her into the knitting limelight when it appeared in the Summer 2006 issue of Interweave Knits, and she's been designing ever since.
Her new self-published book is called Twist & Knit, and it contains a dozen projects designed expressly for those one-of-a-kind yarns, written in a way that almost guarantees you'll never run out of yarn again.
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