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The breasts are a cheaper alternative to latex models Woolly breasts appeal goes globalThe breasts are a cheaper alternative to latex models A hospital which appealed for volunteers to knit fake breasts has had offers from across the world. The … Continue reading
The Best of Vogue Knitting Magazine: 25 Years of Articles, Techniques, and Expert Adviceby Vogue Knitting Magazine, Vogue Knitting Magazine ISBN: 1933027169 Format: Hardcover, 240pp Publisher: Sixth&Spring Books 25 years worth of material from the world's most trusted source in knitting. For … Continue reading
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Do you have one? Do you use it? Would you recommend it? From the Camilla Valley Farm website The Wooly Board is fully adjustable for waist (12-62 inches), shoulders (24-62 inches) and neck. In addition, the arms can be adjusted … Continue reading
From the latest KNIT NEWS from Interweave Press Podcast interviews with best-selling author Stephanie Pearl-McPhee from SOAR and with Knitty.com's Amy R. Singer from TNNA kick off new online initiative. We're forging ahead in this advanced technology era we … Continue reading
Second Annual Brigid in Cyberspace Poetry Reading "Knit your hearts with an unslipping knot." — Antony and Cleopatra by William Shakespeare * * * * * * * * * * * * * * The … Continue reading
Even tho some folks think that these are knitting by KnitDweebs I happen to NEED THEM. I live in a very old building in an apt that originally was two cold water flats and with THREE OLD very drafty windows that face … Continue reading
ATHENS: A group of Greek nuns abandoned their convent and went into hiding after running up debts of more than 600,000 euros (396,000 pounds) from a knitting business that went bust, authorities said on Tuesday. (Link) Yarn-A-Go-Go.
Friday’s mail Do you see what I see? YES it is THE LETTER!!!! Tears flowed. Cats ran from the room (they are not sure what’s up when the human emits water). Exclamations of joy were uttered. Going to Knitting … Continue reading