Knitter's Review
March 27, 2008
Montana Mountain needles peeking through handpainted angora

This week we make a return visit to needle-maker Sam Bolton, who began making knitting needles only three years ago at the urging of his LYS-owner wife.

Not only is Sam still making those needles, but he's added new exotic woods and modified the taper to work better for knitters. We take a closer look at the newest batch of Montana Mountain knitting needles.

In the Forum: Deceptively Doomed?
Have you ever had a project that was supposed to be really easy, but no matter how hard you tried, you kept messing up? One member suggests that these projects are haunted by knitting poltergeists. Your thoughts?

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This Week in Ohio
The Black Swamp Spinner's Guild is hosting its 23rd annual Market Day on Saturday, March 29th, at the Wood County Fairgrounds in Bowling Green. More than 30 fiber-related vendors from Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana will be there.

As always, thank you for your readership and your support.

Happy knitting, and I'll see you in the Forums!
Clara Parkes

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