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hello all! Nov. 2006

there will be more crochetlab issues in the future, but i can't say when right now. i'm working on another project, the yarn museum, which honors the artistry + beauty of handsun yarn. please enjoy the crochetlab archives until i come back with more interviews + crochet news! thanks...til then, enjoy every moment :)

best wishes, linda

:: crochetlab interview index (after reading, just click your back button to return here):
ana voog, artist
bea camacho, artist
tamara from houndscroft, spinner
heidi from my paper crane
lexi from pluckyfluff yarns

:: crochet article by me in supernaturale (written 2/06)
:: you can buy knitknit #6 and #7 from crochetlab


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peter at the pooh houselinda scharf image

above: not my new house,
but isn't it great? it is
a (dead) tree that was made
into a winnie the pooh house
(with husband peter, for scale.)

 

 

 

 

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crochetlab.com::better living thru experimental crochet
art and research about what happens to string when it is
hooked up to a stick, turned loose and encouraged to run wild