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Perle what? Though perle cotton is not used much by modern fiber artists, it has many uses for knitters.
What is Morris Dancing? Where did it come from? Is it still done?
Whether you call it chain mail or maille, it's an interesting hobby.
Review of the book, Elizabeth Zimmermann's Knitting Workshop.
Knitting from the Top, by Barbara Walker, was the first knitting book to focus exclusively on top-down knitting. I will be reviewing the book here.
A book review of Sweater Design in Plain English. This book is an excellent book on the subject, and great for eginning designers.
When most people think of Aspergers Syndrome, they think about kids. This hub discusses Aspergers in adults, with resources and references where you can find out more.
Information on knitting mittens, including tools, pattern sources, and general information.
Zome (also known as Zometool) is a building toy that lets you create geometric forms, and many other things.
A review of the book, Principles of Knitting, by June Hemmons Hiatt. This book is an almost complete encyclopedia on every tool and technique used in knitting.
Kitchener Stitch is a knitting technique. What do you do with it? Read on!
Addi makes some of the best knitting needles available. Read on to find out more about Addis and the whole family of Addi products for knitters.
Where do you keep your knitting? On this Hub, I mention different types of knitting bags, with links to find bags for every knitter.
J. Edgar Hoover, arch-conservative head of the FBI for much of the 20th century, may have been a closeted gay man. True or False? I present the evidence, you decide.
Are you looking for a gift a knitter will love? Look no further! This Hub features gifts in all price ranges to please any knitter.
Are you interested in learning how to save water when you take a shower? This article will show you how.
Microfiber cleaning cloths and tools can help you clean faaster, better, and without harmful cleansers.
Do you want to learn to knot socks?
Therbligs? Read on to find out what they are, how they're used, and what they have to do with a popular book.
Book Review of Unexpected Knitting, by Debbie New