Knitter's Review
September 21, 2006

yarn at the farmer's market

With the third largest business district in New York City after Midtown and Lower Manhattan, downtown Brooklyn is definitely worth a visit on your next trip to the Big Apple.

Not only does Brooklyn have a world-class botanical garden and art museum, but it's also home to an unusual shop where creative people gather to play with fiber. Lela Nargi tells us what makes Brooklyn General so special.

This Weekend in the West
Calling all Pacific Northwest readers! Don't forget that the 10th annual Oregon Flock and Fiber Festival takes place this weekend at the Clackamas County Fairgrounds in Canby, Oregon.

In the Forums: Dinosaur Tales
One member wonders if she's the last knitter on the planet who still knits with straight needles. Is she right?

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As always, I thank you for your readership and your support.

Happy knitting, and I'll see you in the forums!
Clara Parkes

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