April 26, 2012
Did you know that in the week of April 15th, half the books on the Wall Street Journal's best-selling fiction list were children's books?
Also popular is yarnstorming, or yarn bombing, where knitting becomes a sort of public graffiti—albeit a soft and colorful kind.
This week we celebrate the convergence of these two trends in a lovely children's book called Extra Yarn. You'll want to give a copy to everyone you know, knitters and non-knitters alike.
This Weekend in Minnesota
In the Forums: Shrinking Swatches?
As always, I thank you for your readership and your support.
Happy knitting, and I'll see you in the Forums,
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On the Cover
Annabelle and some Cormo wool yarn
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