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Last Week on the Web

This is going to be quick and dirty because everything is INSANE but I’ve got about two weeks’ worth of links to share!

Really excited for the upcoming launch of Midwestern Knits

As if we needed another reason to love this woman.

So important: the difference between tech editing and test knitting (and yes, you should care).

There were a few things on this list of 10 things people don’t know about knitting that I didn’t know about, so there, something learned for today.

23 weird but awesome knitted things. The title says it all.

Somehow I ended up with a skein of t-shirt yarn and haven’t exactly figured out what to do with it, so I’m going to have to peruse this list of 10 practical projects for t-shirt yarns.

Crunched for knitting time? Here’s suggestions for 8 places to knit when you have no time

Lion Brand posted a blog expounding on why we gravitate toward certain colors.

Berkeley, California, gets purposefully over run by goats! They clear out vegetation in potential fire-hazard areas and just basically look awesome while running through the streets of a city.

WEBS shared a video on how to pick up stitches.

This man is my hero: Man secretly hoards flock of sheep for TWENTY YEARS

Some tips for knitting lace. Always good.

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2 replies

  1. Haha, the sheep story is local to me. I saw it on the news. We’re allowed to keep chickens and bees(!) but not sheep…? I think he should be allowed to keep them and have his place re-zoned, as the sheep haven’t bothered anyone for the past 20 years.

  2. Well, I always knew I was a go-for-it type of crafter, but I have been picking up stitches for years in a manner best described as…completely and utterly wrong. Thanks for this, Amy!

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