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Cool stuff!
[in which we're glad we're a web-based magazine, because how else could we cram in so much cool stuff on one page?]
, Keri Williams, Stephannie Roy

[in which spring cleaning takes a turn for the cryptic]

Knit like a man
[in which David tells us about his latest knitting love affair]
David Demchuk

Mindful Knitting
[in which stash is a good thing]

Techniques with Theresa
[in which Theresa continues twisting her way through cables]

Thinking Beyond the Pattern
[in which we -- wahoo! -- get assistance with grading patterns]

Knitty's Yarn Roundtable™
[in which real knitters get their hands on yarn and tell you what they think of it]


Knittyspin, the column
[will return in summer]
Amy R Singer

Fiber fiesta!
[in which three average spinners get their hands on fiber and tell you what they think of it]

Cool spinning stuff
[in which we begin sharing the great spinning stuff that has come to our attention]

How to handle line flax
[in which, distaffs discarded, Lee shows us how not-scary spinning flax can be]

Plying novelty yarn
[in which thick and thin live together in harmony]

Stretch your color
[in which we learn how to get more mileage from beautiful roving]

pattern: Brighton
[in which the spun line flax makes carrying things way better]
Lee Juvan

pattern: Spirogyra
[in which all that mileage of color shows itself off, beautifully]
Lynne Vogel