June 9, 2005
I've talked before about artisanal yarns produced on or near the farm by environmentally conscious people—but they've all been wool yarns.|
This week I look at a 100% organic cotton from Peru that shows what happens when we step out of the way and let Mother Nature do her thing.
In the KR Boutique: Turn the Other Shoulder
Although our knitting baskets are all gone until July, I have just added a slightly larger shoulder basket with the same cheerful embroidered lining. I only got a few to see if you like them. If you do, we'll bring in more soon.
In the Forums: Selfish?
Are we selfish if we knit for ourselves?
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