Knitter's Review
March 26, 2009
Signature needles

Are knitting needles merely a means to an end, pointy sticks that help us turn yarn into fabric?

To some, maybe. But needles are integral to our craft. This week I show you some masterpieces of high-performance, high-precision knitting needle engineering. They're the DPNs from Signature Needle Arts.

This Week in Ohio
The Black Swamp Spinner's Guild is hosting its 24th annual Market Day on Saturday, March 28th, at the Wood County Fairgrounds in Bowling Green. More than 30 fiber-related vendors from Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana will be there.

In the Forum: Purling Problems
Jo Annie has been knitting since January and decided to tackle the purl stitch. The problem? No matter what she does, the stitches keep sliding off her needles. What can she do to tame the purl monster?

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

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