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  • The Yarn Company
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  • 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.
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  • Smiley's Yarns
    Their recession busting sales are ALWAYS worth the trip to Queens!

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Wednesday, June 20, 2007


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Hey Sahara, thanks for the suggestion! no, I have not frogged the white t-neck. It occured to both Olga and me last week that I should cut it and knit the length that I want, then kitchener it back together. I will run some needles through the rows above and below the cut so that it won't completely unravel. Is that what you had in mind? I just can't bring myself to completely frog it. Now that my mojo's back I don't feel like I have enough time to do stuff over! Berta (I didn't realize she was the founder of Karabella Yarn) will be at Stitch DC in September hawking her book and giving a class, so I'd like some things out of the way before she comes. I'm in San Francisco for work right now so won't be able to get to the t-neck until next week. I'm going to Artfibers while I'm here, if I can sneak away. Thanks also for the suggestion to secure the kitchenered shoulders - that was a great idea.

Can't wait to hear about the Runway Knits event.

Hope you feel better soon!

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