Knitter's Review
January 24, 2008
a potato sprouting over organic merino

When Beth Casey bought Lorna's Laces a little over five years ago, she prudently chose to focus on providing the same hand-dyed yarns that had made the company famous.

Over the years she has quietly added some new colors and yarns, but nothing as significant as what she unveiled at TNNA two weeks ago: a new line of naturally dyed yarns made from organic fiber. Let's take a test-knit, shall we?

In the Forum: Getting Better with Age
A lot of yarns look good on the skein, and they look great in the finished product, but what happens a year later? And five years? This week we're talking about those yarns that get better and better with wear. Which yarns have withstood your test of time?

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

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