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I am in love this book!. I have made the sampler and one cardigan out of the knitpicks DK wool. I am working on a second cardigan in a soft plymouth cotton for summer. This is the best fit I have ever had. Hope you enjoy the book as much as I have. I shared it at my local knitting guild and 2/3 of the ladies also bought the book. I wonder if the author is still alive? I would love to follow her blog if she would have one. If anyone has this information ,or her website could you please pass it on? thank you . June

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Comment by Elianastar on April 5, 2010 at 11:01am
Thank you for friending me. I've been a lot more active on Ravelry than here the last several months. There was while I couldn't be found anywhere last year... I'm just kinda getting back into things a little again. If you have a Ravelry acct, I'm also Elianastar there and you can find me almost daily in the Knit Picks Lovers group. :-)
Comment by Elianastar on April 5, 2010 at 10:58am
I know for certain she was still alive, as of Feb 21, 2010, because she sent me a PM about my Sampler @ Ravelry... so unless something has happened to her since then, she is still alive. She has been having some sort of computer issue with Ravelry, so she hasn't been able to do much there, but she will email a response if you want to talk with her. :-)
Comment by Elianastar on April 5, 2010 at 10:44am
I did include her email address in that comment, but for some reason, it doesn't show... I'll try again:

The most recent edition of the book is the second edition, May 25, 2002:
This edition is available her at KP.
Comment by Elianastar on April 5, 2010 at 10:40am
Yes, Jacqueline Fee IS still alive but I'm not aware of her having any blog. However, in the very back of the book, there is an email address where you can contact her... I know because I did several times. :-) . She also has a group on Ravelry: Jackie Fee's Sweater Workshop. Her Ravelry name is "swknitster." She is not terribly active online, anywhere, but if you email her, she will answer you and she is very sweet and charming. :-)
Comment by cherylbwaters on March 24, 2010 at 9:54pm
Perhaps someone in KP customer service can help. ♥c
Comment by cherylbwaters on March 24, 2010 at 9:54pm
Okay, June, I've been trying all evening to find out some specifics on Jacqueline Fee and have not been successful. I have not been able to find either a website, a blog for her or any kind of biography. I did see some reference in someone else's 2008 blog that Ms. Fee lives in the New England area but that is all the information I could find. ♥c
Comment by June Swanson on March 23, 2010 at 3:03pm
I agree with you. It was up dated a while back but the only changes was a aran style sweater that was added from what a knitting friend told me, since she also has the old one. It is so great to feel so liberated. I am a larger person so I can get a better fit with this book as I am also short in stature.
Comment by Frances Tornese on March 23, 2010 at 2:55pm
I bought this book many years ago when I worked at a LYS. I didn't know it was still in print and I am wondering whether it has been updated or changed in any way. It was one of the first books that made me start setting myself free from ALWAYS using patterns. I started designing my own and changing patterns. Very liberating. I guess it started me really thinking about and comprehending the mathematics of knitting design.

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