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Social network for knitters bans Trump talk on its website

A free, 8-million strong social network for knitters, crocheters and others in the fiber arts has banned talk of President Donald Trump and his administration.

Ammi Midstokke: Knitting season arrives with misguided optimism

Every season that comes, I sigh with relief at the end of the associated seasonal labor and optimistically plan what I will do with all my free time.

UPDATED: Thu., Sept. 6, 2018, 5:09 p.m.

Yarn shop Hook and Needle Nook loops art, education together

A knitting-group discussion among friends about what the perfect yarn shop would look like turned into a business plan that resulted in a new store on the near-northside. The Hook …

10-year-old boy teaches knitting class

Jack Kashork started the Knack for Knitting class by introducing himself.

Woman’s knack for knitting is warming heads around the world

Sarah Bade is known by some as the “mad knitter.” She’ll finish a baby hat in a single church sermon. Give her a day, and she can knit five baby …

Twisted Sisters knitting for good

There is a group of women at the Cheney Care Center clacking their knitting needles together for a good cause. The Twisted Sisters knitting group meets about once a month. …

Knitters’ handiwork benefits cancer patients

When Mary Lindeblad opened A Grand Yarn on South Grand Boulevard almost five years ago, her goal was to provide great yarn, but also to create a community of local …

CDA Yarn and Fiber keeps knitters in the loop

Andrea Rainey’s hobby store doesn’t quite fit the usual business mold. There’s the welcoming furniture just inside the entrance, hot tea and coffee for the taking in the back, and …

This ‘cast makes for a good yarn