April 10, 2014
When I asked you about mitered squares two weeks ago, your answers—the majority being positive—were a pleasant surprise.
Mitered squares give the same keen satisfaction as the thumb gusset or the artfully turned heel. Previously straight lines suddenly pitch upwards or down to a satisfyingly pointed V. What we see on our needles becomes, like magic, another shape entirely when we bind off.
Conceived as a Kickstarter project, Jill Bigelow-Suttell and Jane Bigelow's book, A Knitter's Gallery of Mitered Squares, is finally ready to take its rightful place on your bookshelves. It's the perfect ingredient to spice up your knitting mojo.
Still baffled by yarn? My own Craftsy class will help, I promise.
As always, I thank you for letting me be a part of your knitting life.
We'll talk again on April 24th!
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A mitered square in hand-dyed yarn
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