Monthly Archives: July 2014

Coming to the End of the Tale

It’s been over a week now and still the sock and its owner have yet to let the concerned Ravellers know if they have been reunited. A few Ravellers went to the airport and tried to locate the sock in … Continue reading

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The Saga of the Lost Sock Continues

Thought you might be interested in learning the latest. Ever since Britt (SpiffyB on Ravelry) started a thread on the Loose Ends Ravelry forum on Tuesday (7/22), the search for the sock owner has gone global. It started when Ron … Continue reading

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The Tale of the Missing Sock

I love the Yarn Harlot. I discovered her blog a few years ago and after only a few entries I found myself going through her archives to ensure that I had read them all. She informs, motivates and, above all, … Continue reading

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Knitting Headlines

  Here are some recent articles that focus on knitting. Enjoy! “Reader sends 20 cents to Calgary Herald requesting 1939 knittingĀ pattern” “Man sues after knitting mishap 13 years ago” “Tour de France Cambridge (UK) kitted bunting souvenirs to aid charities” … Continue reading

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Knit 1, Protest too

Last week a “sit-n-knit” took place in Vermont. Not your typical knitter gathering, this event was in support of a protest. Five knitters refused to leave Vermont Gas’ South Burlington, VT, office until their complaints about a gas line expansion … Continue reading

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