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Episode 225 erratta: What the Robin Knows by Jon Young
- Rhinebeck—Podcaster Meet Up 1 PM on the hill near main entrance.
- Cornerstone Fall Retreat October 21-24 in beautiful Washington IL
- Spring Retreat Feb 26-27, 2016, Details and registration TBA Nikki, our cook, has us on the calendar and Cornerstone Inn and Sleep Inn have room blocks.
Race to Rhinebeck SweaterElizabeth Zimmermann Percentage System=EPS
- Knitting Without Tears by Elizabeth Zimmermann
- Knitting Workshop by Elizabeth Zimmermann
- Knitting Around by Elizabeth Zimmermann
- Quince & Co Chickadee in Pomegranate colorway
- Ribbing from Nicky Epstein Beyond the Edge
|Sweater before surgery
|Surgery in progress
|Buttons from Supplies & Sundries
- Traditional Fair Isle Knitting by Sheila McGregor $14.95
- A Shetland Pattern Book by Mary Smith and Maggie Twatt. Out of print.
- Fair Isle Style by Mary Jane Mucklestone
- 150 Scandinavian Motifs: The Knitter’s Directory by Mary Jane Mucklestone
- 200 Fair Isle Motifs by Mary Jane Mucklestone
- Mary Jane Mucklestone website
|Wavy ribbing, later corrected with Eurosteam Iron
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Have a great week, haste ye back, and hold your knitting close.