I’ve been a bit incommunicado this week due to caring for a child with a horrible ear infection. Hopefully though, I can make it up to you by giving you a little Friday afternoon giggle. Me and a couple of …

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Did you wonder where [tag]Interweave Knits Magazine[/tag] editor [tag]Pam Allen[/tag] was moving to? Well, here is the news:

[tag]Classic Elite Yarns[/tag] is proud to announce that Pam Allen has joined the company as Creative Director. Pam has been a …

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Schoolhouse Press has a new DVD out this Spring and a new wool!

From the website:

What …? A new wool for[tag] Schoolhouse Press[/tag]? And, you say, it’s SOFT? I know; we are super conservative about adding new wool. …

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The more I read this woman’s [tag]blog[/tag], the more I love her. She is the most awe inspiring person I have never met. She is the [tag]Yarn Harlot[/tag]. To read her blog is to understand.
She can bring together …

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The [tag]Harlot[/tag] is coming, the Harlot is coming – to a city near you I hope!

[tag]Stephanie Pearl McPhee[/tag] is promoting her new book [tag]The Yarn Harlot’s Guide to the Land of Knitting[/tag]“. Her list of

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Last October, the [tag]University of WI Madison[/tag] held an [tag]exhibit[/tag] dedicated to the influence of [tag]Elizabeth Zimmerman[/tag] and Schoolhouse Press on the Knitting world. Much has been written about this [tag]knitting[/tag] icon and how she revolutionized the way of …

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Continuing on from the post of a few days ago, I came across this blog entry. It’s a challenge from [tag]Wendy Johnson[/tag]. Wendy is a lifelong knitter and creator of one of the most popular [tag]knitting blogs [/tag]online. She has …

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Most knitters know that Barbara Walker’s Treasuries are indispensable. We use them constantly for designing, for help with a difficult pattern, and for pure inspiration. That’s where the Walker Treasury Project comes in.

A group of knitters have displayed on …

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What does math have to do with knitting? Well, if you are Elizabeth Zimmerman – everything.

Elizabeth Zimmerman was to knitting what Henry Ford was to automobile manufacturing. Ms Zimmerman was part philosopher, part engineer and part scientist. She …

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