October 6, 2011
We should all have a favorite go-to yarn, one we can always trust to give us that little knitterly pick-me-up. It may not be flashy or frivolous or decadent, but that may be part of why we love it so—and why it loves us right back.
I've found a new yarn that has become my next go-to candidate. Called Heaven's Hand, it's a hearty and sincere four-ply spun and hand-dyed in Peru and marketed to us by the designer Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton. Few stores carry it, and I honestly can't figure out why. Want to see what it can do?
This Weekend in Idaho
In the Forums: Ladder Control
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Happy knitting, and I'll see you in the Forums,
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