September 10, 2009
Only a special yarn can carry an entire book of patterns. The yarn has to have widespread distribution, lots of fans, ample creative possibility, and a pretty stable history.
For Alison Crowther-Smith, that yarn is Rowan Kidsilk Haze. She pays tribute to it in her new book, Silky Little Knits. Fans of the brushed mohair mystique will want this one.
This Weekend in New England
In the Forum: Storing Needles
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