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The principle underlying knitting is simple: You use two pointed sticks to pull loops of string through one another. But which sticks — or needles, as we prefer to call them — you use has a profound impact on the finished

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Dream in Color is run by friends Veronica and Nancy. The magic begins when the yarns are hand-dyed using a process

A fixture in Denmark's knitting scene for more than 30 years, Marianne Isager is finally—and fittingly—entering the U.S. market. She dipped her

This yarn is like a good rollerball pen. It's widely available, doesn't cost a fortune, feels great in your hands,

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