Knitter's Review
August 16, 2007
Swirling Sterling yarn

We know our handknits are precious. But imagine knitting something out of a yarn that is, itself, made from a precious material. I review one such yarn this week, aptly named Sterling. It's brand new and spun here in the United States, and I'll let you guess what the precious material is.

Time for the Retreat!
I'm excited to announce details about our 2007 Knitter's Review Retreat. It will take place November 9-11 at the Seven Hills Inn in Lenox, Massachusetts. Registration will open on Thursday, August 9th at 12pm EST, and all the details are here. Registration is expected to fill up extremely quickly, so act soon if you're intersted in joining us.

In the Forums: Top Tips
From clever needle storage to easier bind-offs, this week we're sharing our favorite tips and tricks that make our knitting lives easier.

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Happy knitting, and I'll see you in the forums!
Clara Parkes

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