Knitter's Review
February 19, 2004

Merino dyed with madder, carded with silk, and handspunWhat do nonstick cookware and Norwegian wool have in common? If the wool is Hauk, the brand new yarn from Dalegarn, the answer is simple: They both use Teflon.

We give you a sneak preview of this new and unusual yarn.


Also New This Week
In the KR Boutique
They're here! The adorable, colorful stitch markers I ordered for the boutique while I was at TNNA. They come five per tin, and no two tins are alike.

Zecca founder Karen Hennessey's trademark bright and colorful work with polymer clay has garnered her praise in Vogue Knitting, a spot in the American Craft Museum in Manhattan, and and a collaborative effort with children's designer Jill Eaton.

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New in the KR Boutique

new stitch markers
Colorful handcrafted stitch markers from Zecca. No two batches are alike!