The past couple of issues have been delving into the world of specific stitches, such as garter stitch and stockinette stitch, where we're learning the ins and outs of their qualities and characteristics and little tricks for handling. In this final installment of the Stitch Deconstruction Series, let's talk about our favorite edging: Ribbing!
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Get up close and personal with editor Kara Gott Warner on her editor's blog, where she shares behind-the-scenes tidbits from photo shoots, yarn shop hops and knitting shows. You'll also enjoy Kara's occasional ramblings during her mini impromptu video reviews. In addition, get your fill of tutorials, tips, book and product reviews, as well as in-depth designer interviews -- all dedicated to the craft of knitting!
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