March 15, 2002
I often dream of being invited to exotic places, totally neglecting the issue of what I'd wear.
Yarn with Flair
Well, this week I found a yarn that fits the bill nicely, were I ever to be invited, say, for afternoon cocktails aboard the Count and Countess' yacht in the Cote d'Azur. This is no easy yarn, but then again, getting that type of invitation isn't a breeze either.
Get Your Designs Published
Of course one way of befriending such glamorous folks is by becoming a world-famous knitwear designer. This week I show you how.
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