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Wish book

Rowan 45 landed in my mailbox the other day.

This is my 3rd Rowan book, and I've loved every single one of them.  The photography, the locations, and above all the gorgeous knits.  Okay, many of the pieces are completely unsuitable for my body structure, or can only be viewed as art pieces rather than wearable, functional clothing, but they're beautiful nonetheless.  I spend hours with each new issue, poring over each page and imagining how it would feel to make such a spectacular garment.

One day, I'll actually make one of those fabulous pieces.  Until that day, I have my wish books.

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Mild mannered government employee, fiendishly obsessed with yarn, books, and Doctor Who, much to her husband's chagrin.

3 thoughts on “Wish book

  1. It's in English. In fact, it's a British publication. It comes out twice a year. You can buy it issue by issue at many local yarn stores, or purchase a subscription at the Rowan website.


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