I just finished listening to the first 2 episodes of this new knitting podcast by two guys in San Francisco. It's off to a good start in my opinion.
When I first began to do stranded knitting, I decided to invest in a woolly horse from the Shetlands.
I have been desperate for the company of other knitters and so I finally took the plunge and joined the Canterbury Spinners' Guild.
My notes on this project:
The Best of Vogue Knitting: 25 Years of Articles, Techniques and Expert Advice; 2007; hard cover; oversize; 244 pages.
Scandinavian Knitting Designs by Pauline Chatterton; 1977; soft cover; 264 pages; out of print.
Does anyone know how to post an upcoming event on MWK?
Knitting in the Old Way: Designs & Techniques from Ethnic Sweaters by Priscilla Gibson-Roberts and Deborah Robson; 2005; soft cover; 312 pages.
This morning a work colleague gave me her mother's old knitting books. Amoung them is a book from England called "Stitchcraft", no date.