Knitter's Review
October 28, 2010
Clara's one-skein swatch mitts and gerbera daisies

I've led you down some crazy paths (remember Quackmere?) so you have every reason to be suspicious when I tell you about this week's find—and yet it's absolutely true. It's called "caged cashmere." And before you call PETA and file a complaint, hear me out.

This Weekend in Connecticut
Stitches East returns to Hartford from October 28th to the 31st. In addition to the marketplace, be sure to check out the schedule of classes: I see that Candace Eisner Strick, Christine Bylsma, Melissa Leapman, Laura Bryant, Fiona Ellis, and Susanna Hansson, among others, still have a few spots left in their workshops.

In the Forum: Simple Socks
Looking for an easy sock pattern? So was Margaret, and she got a ton of great suggestions. Here's what they are; add your favorites to the list.

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As always, I thank you for your readership and your support.

Happy knitting, and I'll see you next week,
Clara Parkes

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