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Math4Knitters Crafty Living Show 30

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Lara Neel - The Journal Gazette
This is my ever-so-good drawing. (Ha!)

Math4Knitters, Crafty Living: Show 30

Crafty Living is now on Facebook and twitter. On Facebook, search "JG Crafty Living", and on Twitter, we are called "jgcraftyliving". So, have a look and never miss anything we do.

Pattern

I received a request a long time ago to write up my mostly sideways baby sweater in an adult size. I've attempted it as a cheat sheet, but, be warned that I haven't actually tried it, so it's actually a theorem (in this case, completely untested!). So, plug in your own numbers and have fun. Just be sure to let the rest of us know how it goes.

Conversation

This week, I continue with my (unintended) extreme focus on Wisconsin knitters with a chat with Susan B. Anderson. We talk about toys, inspiration, and staying excited about creative work.

Links

Susan B. Anderson's personal blog

Spud Says Blog

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Susan's Books (so far) are:

Itty-Bitty Hats

Itty-Bitty Nursery

Itty-Bitty Toys

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Topsy Turvy Dolls at FAO Schwarz

Franklin Habit wrote about breaking out in lace charting symbols here.

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