Monthly Archives: March 2010

Recipe Box: Carla’s Unstuffed Cabbage

When you grow up in Western Pennsylvania with the legacy of a steelworker family (okay, I’ll just say it, if you’re a Hunky), stuffed cabbage, or Halupki, is a big, big deal. My grandmother made sure my mother knew how … Continue reading

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Show Us Your Shawl Extravaganza!

From our newsletter: In Knitting Lace Triangles, Evelyn Clark, master of shawl design, writes that knitting a shawl is like “creating a hug for you or someone else.” After the seemingly endless snow of this winter, I think a yarn hug … Continue reading

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Stepping up to the podium and other news

Steven made it to the podium on Sunday afternoon! His Knitting Olympics project is Jared Flood’s Huron sweater, knit in two shades of Cascade Eco Wool. Did you finish? Let us know in our Ravelry group and come in to … Continue reading

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With Glowing Hearts

We said goodbye to the Winter Olympics last night, but if you still have Olympic spirit in your heart (and in your knitting needles), we’ve found some online patterns that have reverse-engineered some of the accessories worn by the Olympians. … Continue reading

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