April 9, 2009
For those of you who don't yet know that last week's newsletter was an April Fool's spoof, let me reassure you that there is no yarn made from recycled kitty litter. Not yet, anyway.
But we do have some pretty strange substances in our yarns—which is why some readers initially believed the review. The grandmother of all strange materials would have to be seaweed, so that's where we turn this week, with a real review of a real yarn with seaweed in it.
This Week in Indiana
In the Forum: Dyelot Woes
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Happy knitting, and I'll see you in the Forums!
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