Knitter's Review
April 1, 2010
A skein of Quackmere Classic

First came soy and bamboo, then yarn infused with crushed crab shells and jade. Now, an ex-reindeer herder from Inner Mongolia has teamed up with an Italian cashmere merchant to bring us the finest, most unusual animal fiber on earth. Introducing Quackmere.

Keep on Trucking
Because of the economic downturn, freight traffic has slowed—which has given long-haul truckers a lot more time on their hands. Did you know that some of them are turning to knitting and quilting to pass the time? It's all detailed in this Wall St. Journal article.

In the Forum: Spring Knitting?
The first day of Spring has passed and we've made the change to Daylight Savings. Anna is already thinking about cotton yarns and wonders if you're eyeing projects for warmer weather too?

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Happy knitting, and I'll see you in the Forums!
Clara Parkes

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