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3 hrs ago | WWLP
CHICOPEE, Mass. Next time you see a stylish man, check out his socks, odds are, they're funky and trendy.
7 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard
DRAB winter colours in Hamilton have given way to a vibrant collection of artwork as the city gears up for its annual celebration of wool.
10 hrs ago | The Otago Daily Times
Dunedin mother Kristy Tennison tries a beanie for size on week-old Kaleb Moodie, watched by Janice Fleming, Highlander Brad Thorn and Julie Woods at the Dunedin Hospital neonatal intensive care unit yesterday.
15 hrs ago | Examiner.com
From August 2 to August 10, Chicago local yarn shops will be showing off their shops and offerings to patrons all across the area while they participate in the Chicago Yarn Crawl .
19 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
California-based artist Julie Kornblum hopes her mark on the Mill City will last at least for a little while.
"It's a scary thing to do at 82 years old, to sign a five-year lease," says Janna Mayne, owner of Janna's Needle Art, located at 1085 E. Herndon Ave. in Fresno.
I Am A Cyclist is the mantra in a commercial for a very high end workout bike, and I've seen that commercial way too many times as I've watched Le Tour de France for the past 3 weeks.
Mercy Place residents Alma Lenon and Thelma Addams are some of the people who have been knitting vests for penguins affected by oil spills.
This summer, the Nova Scotia Community Access Program will be holding workshops at various C@P sites throughout the county - including libraries.
Carol McKenzie, left, and Giovanna Sensi-Isolani talk about the continuing efforts of their knitting group at Fiber Frolics in Benicia to create knitted items for those in need in Afghanistan.
The award recognizes a nonmember for excellence in horticulture. It was presented in June at the annual meeting of the Akron Garden Club.
On one of the hottest days of the year, I ducked into the coolness of the British Library for a little breather.
THE race to make The Big Knit 2014 the best year ever has begun and Age UK Wiltshire is calling for all knitters to get out their needles to meet the national target of 800,000 hats.
If you go down to the bay today you may not believe your eyes, the trio of statues on Mermaid Quay have been given a summery makeover and acquired a whole new wardrobe.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 08:40 pm
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