September 26, 2013
While we can't travel back in time, undo our mistakes, and start over from scratch, we can unravel our failed projects, freshen up the yarn, and give it a whole new lease on life. This week we look at the time-honored tradition of unraveling and recycling yarn—including a clever technique involving a strategically positioned swift, tea kettle, and ball winder.
In a little less than two weeks, I hit the road for my Yarn Whisperer book tour. Are you near Seattle, San Francisco, Portland (Oregon), Pasadena, Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago, Nashville, Rhinebeck, Portland (Maine), or Toronto? If so, please join me! Dates and details here.
In the Forums: When Life Tries to Frog You
As ever, I thank you for letting me be a part of your knitting life.
I'll talk to you again on October 10!
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On the Cover
A still life of undyed Lot 3 from the Great White Bale
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