April 12, 2012
Yarn shops are on the front line of knitting. Work in one and you'll quickly get a good idea what people want, where they get stuck, and where they don't want to go.
Former store owner Heather Walpole listened to her customers. They asked again and again for a great machine-washable worsted-weight wool, something soft enough for babies and the tender-skinned. She started a company to create that very yarn. Meet Wooly Worsted from Ewe Ewe Yarns.
This Weekend in Kansas
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Ewe Ewe cables and the back of my Signature Needles case
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