August 3, 2006
Knitters have an amazing ability to find yarn, or materials for yarn, everywhere we look. Whether it's shoelaces or garden twine or even the neighbor's cat, we'll spot it.
But have you ever looked at an ear of corn and thought that it, too, could become yarn?
Well it can, and this week I have proof. Learn more about Cornucopia, the 100% corn yarn from Kollage Yarns.
In the Forums: Lace Longings
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