She made the process of mosaic knitting so easy to understand and do, and I loved how the yarn didn't get all tangled and messy while working on our swatches. It's a technique that uses slipped stitches to create the illusion of working a row with two colors when you're really only using one on that row. By slipping a different colored loop from the row below, you elongate the stitch and make it appear to be mixed in with the color you are using on that row. It's a little hard to explain but easy and fun to do (though you really have to pay attention what you are doing and the graph you're working on, which, by the way, is totally opposite from a crochet graph!!)
I went ahead and got her new book Color Knitting the Easy Way because there's a jacket in there that I really want and now feel like I could actually make! I might save it for next fall though since it takes bulky yarn and size 11 needles -- I can see me making it now and wanting to wear it right away just as spring starts to appear!