May 24, 2012
For some of us knitters, dishcloths are like catnip. We can't stop knitting them.
Lion Brand recently tossed its hat into the dishcloth-friendly yarn arena with a new cotton called, quite fittingly, Kitchen Cotton. When I saw it, I knew I had to call in the big guns. I've asked Kay Gardiner, one of my favorite pro-cotton writers and the northernmost voice of Mason-Dixon Knitting, to put Kitchen Cotton through its paces. Here's her report.
Stitch Keepers Winners
How I wish I had a set of Stitch Keepers for each entry because they were that good. The two winners, Anne and Tamara, have been notified by email, and I truly thank you all for playing along.
In the Forums: Blocking Tips?
As always, I thank you for your readership and your support.
Happy knitting, and I'll see you in the Forums,
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On the Cover
A one-of-a-kind skein with a one-of-a-kind peony
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