Treehugger has lots of doggies for you to knit, in case your landlord won't let youhave a dog.
Woolly Wormhead is knitting something special for herself to ease stress.
Natural Suburbia has some beautiful fall oak leaves for you to knit (see photo, left)
Annie Mame has a yarn shop review of In Sheep's Clothing in Torrington, CT -a town close to my heart.
Sewhooked made a nifty knitting bag.
Molly Bee's Attic met Jared Flood of Brooklyn Tweed fame. She has quite a few impressive finished objects as well.
The Minimalist Knitter has a great ebook on how to knit more with less, which seems like a good idea right now.
PieKnits is coping with a knitting mistake on what looks to be a pretty fantastic sweater.
Hollypots has had quite the impressive knitting weekend. I'm quite jealous.
Mom. Wife. Crafter. Succulent Gardener. Co-op Preschool Parent. Housing Activist.
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Became a housing activist. Knitting at city council meetings is much more fun than I imagined.
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