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If you avoid test swatching and hope the project turns out, I want you to stop and read this short e-book, The Why & How of Test Swatching . Learn how to make a test swatch and calculate gauge before you begin your next project. I guarantee when your gauge matches the one in the pattern instructions, your garment will be the proper fit.

My premiere issue of Neck-It-On! , a collection of ten neck accessories. Most are easy to knit, and are the perfect projects for beginner knitters. This year I will be adding more accessories to this issue and publishing a new e-magazine.

It’s All About The Yarn explores the properties and structure of yarn, beginning with fibers, followed by yarn construction. It also includes a section on how to buy yarn and substituting yarn.

A tutorial demonstrating how to knit basic socks. Follow me step by step in Let’s Learn To Knit Socks! and complete your first pair of socks.

The Little e-book of Abbreviations and Knitting Terms  is my version of common abbreviations and terms. A great companion to keep in your knitting basket. It also includes two of my favorite techniques: the one row buttonhole, and the bind off seam.