July 5, 2001

An unfortunate fact of life is that some of the most beautiful yarns are also some of the most expensive.

Introducing One-Skein Wonders

That's why this month I introduce a new series called "One-Skein Wonders." Throughout July, I'll show you some lovely yarns and reveal how you can make one skein go a long, long way. We begin with a look at Fluff, a handpainted yarn from Great Adirondack Yarn Co.

Coming Next: Fall Yarn Preview

Next week we begin our fall preview with a sneak peek at Rowan's newest yarns. If you like a more natural look, you won't be disappointed.

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Happy knitting!

Sincerely,



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New This Week...
Yarn Review:
Great Adirondack Fluff Makes Friends


Great Adirondack FluffGreat Adirondack Fluff
One skein may run $30, but that's all you'll need for an eye-catching, quick-to-knit scarf. Read our full review of this one-skein wonder.

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