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  • The Yarn Company
    Yes! It's a new store, so you all former alienated needle-crafters can come back. Tavi (the new owner) has it going on!
  • The Yarn Tree
    Now online only, Linda is engaging in her true passion––reviving the fiber traditions of different cultures, to repair the rips in the global fabric.
  • I Knit, London
    A yarn shop with a licensed bar. When, New York, When?
  • Morris & Sons
    The largest needlecraft store in the Southern Hemisphere!
  • Knit It Now!
    Formerly Bonnie Triola. Bigger and better, and in the NOW.
  • Knitty City
    A community center that sells yarn. Or a yarn shop that's a community center––a win win either way!
  • Fibre Arts Yarn Shop
    Knit Cape May, NJ!
  • Downtown Yarns
    Rita's shop is STILL cool. The go to shop in the East Village.
  • School Products Co.
    For fantastic coned yarn, and shhh––affordable cashmere! Weavers take note. A warning––not for the newbie.
  • Smiley's Yarns
    Their recession busting sales are ALWAYS worth the trip to Queens!

The Good Book(s)

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Sunday, September 10, 2006

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Vera

This is great. I'll need t check out her book.

Chris

I like the talk!

obscure

Aaarrghh--mis-crossed cables! I'm just a few hours from finishing a Aran baby romper. It only has 3 different cables, the sort of thing that you remember after just a few inches. Sure enough, when I looked over all the pieces, before picking up stitches for the neck...I screwed up 2 " from the top of the front piece. Memo to self: don't knit anything slightly tricky while watching Lamont-Lieberman primary or similar nervous-making events.

Deb

Definitely a book to get for my collection. Thanks for the shout out on my blog.

Nik

You know I love you, right? Great article. Honestly, in the middle of reading it I had this overwhelming urge to get my hands on some needles just to knit. I think it's because you reminded me of how wonderful it is.

SAZ aka Susan

Sahara - I have to admit to heart palpitations just reading this post. I start sweating thinking about all my mistakes and trying to rip out and fix things. I think I need this book.

Franklin

I just put this on my "purchase" list. Thank you so much for the review and the interview. Your blog is always a rewarding read.

Divineladi

That was a great article! I was twitching a little on some of the mistakes I saw. I even put my finger on the screen as to try and fix it or push the stitch in. I know, it's crazy. I just have this OCD.

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