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A patch of oil the size of a thumb nail can kill a little penguin . That's because penguins preen and swallow the toxic oil.
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From yarn-bombings to children's books illustrated with embroidery to fashion shows, downtown New Bedford's art community is celebrating fiber-based art.
10 hrs ago | Ventura County Reporter
Knitting, crochet, weaving, basket making, spinning, sewing, quilting - the world of fiber and textile art is both vast and diverse.
11 hrs ago | Courier News
Yesterday, I found out about a riverboat cruise out of Brielle in June that is being organized by the yarn shop, "A Stitch in Time" in Farmingdale .
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Dozens of penguins were set free on a New Zealand beach Tuesday. They'd been rescued from a devastating oil spill last month.
13 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
It's happened to everyone. You're sweating through a boot camp class when the instructor yells out an exercise command so confusing that it stops you in your tracks.
My first post-Rose City Yarn Crawl project: a cowl for me, from some luscious Bumblebirch yarn.
New Providence United Methodist Church will again hold its Annual Thrift Sale on Saturday March 29th from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM This year we have more items than ever, in great condition.
In response to last week's column was about my favorite cast-ons, a reader named Kathy sent me the following response: The provisional cast-on your describe in your column has one drawback; you'll always be short one stitch when you undo it.
Back by popular demand, the second annual Fibre Fest will take place May 2, 3 and 4 at the Campbell River Community Centre.
Sharon had the gift of helping those that were in need. She made scarves by knitting or crocheting them to give to strangers, friends, and family members.
She'd unfurl a woolen blanket onto the kitchen table to keep the cards and poker chips from sliding.
Since intentionally ugly sweaters and somewhat bizarre knitting projects like yarn bombing have become fairly mainstream, this is inspiring some adventurous crafters to bring even more outrageous twists to the age-old craft.
Democrat Julie Merrell, owner of the Pa-Pa Patch Knit Shop, located at 500 S. Kentucky Ave., works on a sweater using a knitting machin... Democrat Merrell, who has a degree in fashion design, designed a purse using angora goat hair.
PACKING UP: Jennifer Bradley boxes up some of the items on display at the Depot Museum in advance of restoration work that will start this spring.
In 2002, Rudi Schreiner, Kristin Karst and Jimmy Murphy started a little river cruise company with just a handful of employees.