January 2, 2014
Happy New Year! I hope that this finds you warm, happy, and well, wherever you are.
Here in the Northeast we're hunkering down for yet another snowstorm—perfect conditions for burying our noses in wool. The wool in question has an interesting back-story: four different breeds, a small Pennsylvania mill, dyed by hand, and each named after an area river. Meet Boutique Yarn, a relatively new project from Maryland yarn store The Knitting Boutique.
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As always, I thank you for letting me be a part of your knitting life.
We'll talk again on January 16th!
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On the Cover
The five yarns in the Knitting Boutique line
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