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In early 2002, I received a large manila envelope in the mail from an address in Friday Harbor, Washington. It contained a booklet I’d ordered for my fledgling online knitting magazine, Knitter’s Review. The booklet had

In American yarn, few names evoke as much history as

If there's one thing I love more than a delicate,

While searching for an ancient Ute Indian trail in the

In early 2002, I received a large manila envelope in the mail from an address in Friday Harbor, Washington. It contained a booklet I’d ordered for my fledgling online knitting magazine, Knitter’s Review. The booklet had

In American yarn, few names evoke as much history as

If there's one thing I love more than a delicate,

While searching for an ancient Ute Indian trail in the

One cold windy day in Portland, I realized I was just like the shoemaker's children who had no shoes. Only for me, it was a hat.

In defense of swatching as a practical, spiritual, and deeply

As a proud resident of a state whose temperatures can

How do you keep that spark alive? You know, the one

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In early 2002, I received a large manila envelope in the mail from an address in Friday Harbor, Washington. It contained a booklet I’d ordered for my fledgling online knitting magazine, Knitter’s Review. The booklet had

While searching for an ancient Ute Indian trail in the

Annabelle lives in a cold little town surrounded by snow

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In early 2002, I received a large manila envelope in the mail from an address in Friday Harbor, Washington. It contained a booklet I’d ordered for my fledgling online knitting magazine, Knitter’s Review. The booklet had

While searching for an ancient Ute Indian trail in the

Annabelle lives in a cold little town surrounded by snow