May 31, 2001
Mark Twain once wrote that the coldest winter he ever spent was summer in San Francisco. A friend of mine maintains that the hottest summer she ever spent was winter in Arkansas.
Warm-Weather Wools - Part 2
What do these two climatically opposed places have in common? A love of Aurora 8 merino yarn.
Continuing last week's warm-weather wools theme, I review this popular merino, which came highly recommended by San Francisco's Atelier for Yarn and Little Rock's Handworks Gallery.
In other news, we give you a sneak peek at Zoe Mellor's newest collection of children's patterns, "Animal Knits."
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New This Week...
Aurora 8 Offers Lightweight Loft and Irresistible Softness
It has the sponginess of a well-yeasted bread dough, the exquisite softness of merino, and the exclusive cache of Italian yarn. Just what is this miracle yarn everybody's talking about? We find out.
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by Zoe Mellor
The thirtysomething British knitwear designer scores again with this new collection of 26 patterns for babies and toddlers.
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