March 31, 2011
Change is good. It can pull us out of routines, reminding us how much of the world awaits our discovery.
Change can also pull us out of knitting ruts. If you find yourself picking the same yarns, the same colors, and the same kinds of patterns over and over again, consider treating yourself to a yarn club. The terms and timeframes vary, but these clubs will send you yarn and a pattern you may never have chosen for yourself, in a color that may surprise you. Here's a look at seven popular yarn clubs.
This Week Out West
In the Forum: Club Finds
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Happy knitting, and I'll see you in the forums,
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