January 5, 2006
Happy New Year! We're only five days into 2006 and I can already tell it's going to be a great year.|
I just came in from outside, where it's a brisk 17 degrees—but the handknit angora scarf around my neck kept me toasty warm.
For many of us, scarves are a constant accessory during the winter months. I'm not talking about the flashy colorful novelty-yarn ones that are so popular, but the plush, warm, supersoft scarves guaranteed to keep our internal thermometers at a toasty 98.6 degrees.
There's no shortage of patterns for such scarves. But why do many of them call for yarns that are the tactile equivalent of an emery board?
This week, I'll show you more than 10 yarns that beg to be worn around your neck.
2005: The Year in Review
Did you miss our year-end overview of the best, worst, and weirdest of 2005? Fear not, you can still read it online!
In the Boutique: Time for Thank-Yous
I don't know about you, but I have a lot of people to thank right now. Why not say "thank you" with one of our knitting-themed notecards, or perhaps an Isle of Ewe correspondence card?
Heifer Fundraiser: Extended
We had a rush of last-minute contributions to our Heifer International fundraiser, so I've extended it for one more week. Let's see if we can pass the $1,000 mark for a third straight year!
Make your contributions payable to Heifer International and send to:
P.O. Box 1617
Blue Hill, ME 04614
In the Forums: New Rules
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