Knitter's Review
March 2, 2006

hand-carved antique niddy noddy holds handspun mohair This week I take a close look at Swirl, the brand new yarn from Lorna's Laces. It's a fascinating blend of silk and merino, and a fitting conclusion to our three-part series on silk blends.

An artist's canvas is a blank slate. What and how you paint on it makes the difference.

Imagine if the canvas took a more active role in the painting, changing colors ever so slightly depending on where you put the paint.

That's what Swirl does. I'll tell you how.


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Clara Parkes

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