February 28, 2002
There's no comparison between grocery store vegetables and those purchased directly from the farm. Cherry tomatoes taste like candy, and succulent corn melts in your mouth.
Why should knitting be any different? This week's featured yarn comes straight from a small family farm in coastal Maine. While it may seem unassuming, it has helped expert knitters win blue ribbons at major East Coast fiber festivals.
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