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August 2009 Issue
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Contents of June 2009 - Issue 161
The Gallery

Ring of Tara Jacket
Sinfonia Plus Jacket
Diamonds Are Forever
Summer Sparkle Cardigan
Gracie Top
Jewel Lace Edge Jacket
Candle Flame Shawl
Casual Elegance
Kid Seta Twinset
The Enid Jacket
Marla Cardigan
Vail Island Vest
Boogie Woogie Stripes
Lydia Top
Cables & Lace Pullover
T-Shape Pullover
Kudo Wrap Shrug
Cabled Jeans Jacket & Tank
Reversible Textured Top
Summer 2 in 1 Shell
Waterfall Shell
Vernal Vest
Peacock Tank Top
Flower Power
Twists & Textures Pullover
Florentine Vest & Ribbed Top
Cha Cha Jacket
Purse of Many Colors
Reversing Stripe Cap & Mitts
Airy Waves Shawl
Child’s Mosaic Hoodie


Designer in the Spotlight
Barry Klein—
Innovative Designer Sets the Trends
by Michael del Vecchio

‘N Style Workshop
Reversible Stitch Patterns
by Margaret Radcliffe

Knit & Crochet Collection
Textured Tees
by Melissa Leapman

Rustic Vest
by Lorna Miser

A Great Summer Reading List

The Yarn Salon
August Yarn Review
by Cynthia Yanokrich

In Every Issue

Knitting Abbreviations
Source of Supply
Index of Advertisers
Yarn Shops

Ring of Tara Jacket
Design by Nathalie O’Shea.
Project features Zealana/Yarn Sisters
Kia Ora Kiwi.
Vernal Vest
Design by Colleen East.
Project features Conjoined Creations
Flat Feet™ Foursome.
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Peacock Tank Top
Design by Drew Emborsky.
Project features Art Yarns
Super Merino.
Summer Sparkle Cardigan
Design by Jodi Snyder.
Project features Westminster Fibers/Gedifra Ayala.
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Yarn Salon'N Style Departments

The Editor's Notes: Paws for Thought

'N Style Book Reviews

'N Style Product Reviews

'N Style Pattern Picks

Real Men Knit: Knitting School

So Glad You Asked: Tweak the Gauge for a Better Fit

Lorna’s Helpful Hints for Hand-Dyes: How to Handle Mismatched Skeins of Hand-Dyed Yarn