IN THIS ISSUE
Shannon Okey suggests a great way to control the contents of your yarn: Spin your own.
Every day’s a Green Day for environmentalist, entrepreneur and rock-and-roll knitter Adrienne Armstrong, who chats with pal Vickie Howell.
KNIT.1 GREEN TOO
Exhibit O (for organic): Combining knitting, art and eco-activism. By Lindsay Obermeyer
Knitting is at the heart of Fair Trade co-op programs across the globe. By Leigh Witchel
Be loopful and multiply—cuddly panda, elephant, dolphin and turtle amigurumi, that is.
It’s easier than you think—easy on the eyes, in the hands, on the earth.
Different ‘hoods, different goods: One pattern, two super-chic ways.
WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE?
Swoon over our garden of earthly delights. (Shrinking violets need not apply.)
Primary colors meet graphic drama.
RED STATES, BLUE STATES
Knitters of all persuasions, unite! These are the times to take an eco stand.