December 5, 2013
Julie Weisenberger has a knack for solving problems before we realize we have them.
She did it with her Knitter's Block blocking kit, which lets you assemble soft floor tiles in whatever shape you need for blocking garments. And she's done it again with her Knitter's Keep.
This silicone bracelet slaps onto your wrist and holds all those little metal gadgets we tend to lose when we're knitting, things like stitch markers, tapestry needles, and cable needles. How does it hold everything? Magnetism.
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Indiegogo: Let's Bring a Mill to Mendocino
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In the Forums: Spots Begone
As ever, I thank you for letting me be a part of your knitting life.
We'll talk again on December 19!
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On the Cover
A Knitter's Keep ready to slap some wrists
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