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July 07, 2012

Comments

Angela

I love JMCO! I love your patterns! And, I love the photography in that book!

Ellen

Glad to see the 'blog from back home' back in my feed reader :-) I am SCARED of JMCO, so maybe this book is just what I need - thanks for the giveaway!

Elinor

I like JMCO--It's the rest of the toe up sock that I'm not very fond of. They're growing on me, though!

lesley

Never tried toe up or the magic cast on...would love to try.this book could expand my knitting horizon!

Laurel Coombs

Love this technique!
JMCO is sweet.
I love to knit,
JMCO is easier than spit.

Monique

I would love to win this book.

KiniaCat

Nifty review! I put this book on my wish-list as soon as I heard tell of it. I truly enjoyed taking one of my very 1st Sock Summit classes with Judy Becker - yes, for JMCO!
I expect this book will be a treasure!

Fiona

What a lovely selection of projects! Please count me in.

Steph VW

Between you and JMCO, my sock knitting life was revolutionized. Never again will I fuss with "how many stitches to cast on for a pair of socks for my kid's growing feet. I will just start at the toe and increase until the fit is achieved.

If the cover is any indication, I will be adding this book to my collection soon, regardless of the outcome of these comments.

Xo xo

Tricia

Long-time reader, first-time commenter! Please add my name to the draw.

Deb Kegelmeyer

I convert my patterns to toe up so I can use JMCO! I love it and this book looks like a must have.

Debra J

I fear JMCO. I have never attempted it and would love this book to help me conquer my fear. I've seen others doing it without fear or trepidation and I would love to be in that group.

Singlestitchknit.wordpress.com

I found JMCO after my first pair of socks and I never went back. I would love this book!

Donna B.

I used JMCO for my first toe-up socks, too. I'm excited to learn some variations (maybe helping me get rid of the little "ears" that plague the ends of the initial cast-on?) and expand my use of the technique!

Brenda J

Thank you for drawing my attention to this book. I've experimented on my own, adapting this wonderful cast-on to other projects, so can hardly wait to see how the master does it.

s.e.

Thanks for your review and for the draw! I am still very much a beginner at knitting socks in particular and I would love to read this book.

Abigail

I have no idea how I haven't heard of this book, but now I can't wait to pick up a copy. I love JMCO!

lorraine

love the patterns in this..really clever! :)

alittleweirdo

Fun review. Would love a copy of the book!

Debby

I've never tried JMCO but I'm certainly willing to after seeing these wonderful patterns. Thanks for the chance!

Claire

JMCO, sheer genius. I didn't think I coud and then someone showed me. There's nothing else like it for neatness.

Renee

Judy is one of my knitting guru's. Since I learned the JMCO technique I use it all the time for socks.

TL

I love the piggie in this book! LOVE the cast on too...use it for my toe up socks!

Valerie

I love JMCO! Sounds like a fun book.

Hope you can make it to KOL this summer some time!

Margo W

It took me a while to figure out JMCO, after watching Judy's video it finally clicked. It is my favorite cast-on for toe-up socks and top-down hats. There are some pretty awesome looking patterns in this book.

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