"Traditional Knitting - Patterns of Ireland, Scotland and England" by Gwyn Morgan; St Martins Press; 1981. It is hardcover with 112 pages and some colour photos. It is out of print.
I don't mind knitting I-cord but it is a rather time consuming when I need a long piece for a hoodie tie.
Here is one of the newest DVDs from Lucy Neatby. I have all her DVDs and I highly recommend them for any knitter, both beginner and advanced, who wishes to enhance their knitting skills.
I find I am absolutely dependent on stitch markers when I do the Fair Isle pattern knitting. I mark out each pattern repeat by both width and depth.
I just finished listening to the first 2 episodes of this new knitting podcast by two guys in San Francisco. It's off to a good start in my opinion.
When I first began to do stranded knitting, I decided to invest in a woolly horse from the Shetlands.
I have been desperate for the company of other knitters and so I finally took the plunge and joined the Canterbury Spinners' Guild.
My notes on this project: