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Cool stuff!
[in which books, bags and more are here to help you pass the sleepy summer days]

[will return when Kristi's book is done]

Knit like a man
[in which David talks tech, small time]
David Demchuk

Mindful Knitting
[in which Tara knows what it's like to get stuck...and how we can unstick ourselves]

Techniques with Theresa
[in which Theresa has everything buttoned down tight]

Thinking Beyond the Pattern
[in which Jenna returns to us with more on the subject of changing patterns -- this time, we tackle width!]

Reunknitted...and it feels so good
[in which knitters who've left the fold come back and can't believe how good we've got it]
Cheryl Krementz

Knitting for diabetic feet
[in which we learn why diabetic feet need special attention and how to knit socks that will help keep them healthy]
Ennien Ashbrook

Knittyspin, the column
[in which Amy realizes she's in over her head and has signed up for SOAR -- the Spin-Off Autum Retreat. Actual column content will result, as -- she hopes -- will actual yarn.]
Amy R Singer

Get Spun
[in which Pippi takes full advantage of the sunny days we've finally got!]

Spin me a sweater
[in which we're given secrets that will help us actually spin enough to knit a sweater]

pattern: Chapeau Marnier
[in which our heads are covered most demeurely]
Marnie McLean