Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Stitchy stories of intrigue, codes and bravery

First off is this 2 cute Tuesday item...
Here is the number one item on the super cute-o-meter...release the kazoo trio, please!

Spud and Chloe at the Farm (Knit & Read Book)

The adorable sweetness of Spud & Chloe at the Farm will be available Spring 2011.  Read the story to your child, grandchild, or niece/nephew and knit the characters. It's  a fun way to begin a unique knit/story tradition to pass down to your loved ones.

It's also time to look at more stories in stitching during National African American History Month.  Discover stories of intrigue, codes, bravery and traditions.  Here's a short list to get you started.

Discover and share the story of  your family, the nation, and the world. Let it be a "create a better world with my stitches" kind of day.

Margaret (I'm thinking about that angel gets their wings thing right now and wondering if it works for our creative efforts too.)

Visit CreatingTheHive and begin the sharing, stitching, and creating...enter here.
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My knitting/story tradition continues...
Knit Knitavian Style: Allow your knitting adventures to begin.Knit Knitavian Style: Allow your knitting adventures to begin.

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