Wow-- that's an expensive pattern. I've never seen anything for $12 on patternfish, before! And it's not that complicated a pattern. I've seen things with all sorts of cables and bobbles for half that price. I have a feeling Ms Neatby is getting a lot of money for that. Navaho knitting looks like a complete pain in the butt to me-- you have to stop and do the finger thing crochet every few yards. It would be neat for a pattern where you use mostly a certain weight of yarn, and then every so often have to suddenly triple it. But for an entire sweater? Not for me. Because you don't have youtube at work, here's a basic explanation: it looks like you have to do a very simple finger crochet, like we did when we were kids-- instead of a hook, you use your fingers and just keep pulling a new loop through the one before, creating a chain. But with this, you pull an oversized loop that's a foot or 2 long, and that creates a triple thickness of the yarn. Then when you get near the end of that loop, you have to do it again, so that you'll have another couple of feet to work with, and on and on.