Kay Gardiner and Ann Shayne of Mason Dixon Knitting
(Stories, Patterns, Advice, Opinions, Questions, Answers, Jokes and Pictures)
I'm probably one of the last knitters to get this book and I did, in fact, buy Borders' last copy of this gem. My advice is do not buy this book unless you have some dishcloth yarn and Euroflax sportweight linen on hand because there are some amazing projects you'll be itching to cast on while you're reading. The included patterns are original and adaptable for the flexible knitter; or you can stick with the pattern as written - it's all good!
It's a book for ALL knitters, not just knitbloggers. I initially thought it might read like a knitting insider's book, but it doesn't. While I found many projects I want to knit, this book has also given me license to be creative -- to play, experiment and USE my handknits!
Now if you'll excuse me, I have some knitting to do.