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  • I'm on church council, and I run the Interweave chapter, a GLBTQA social group, at the church.

    Amy Shiner: Spirituality Meet Leather

  • The handmade pledge was set up by a consortium of crafty groups and publishers like Etsy, Craft magazine, Interweave, and Design Sponge to encourage people to make holiday gifts, or to buy them from micro-producers.

    Booksellers

  • You can order single copies of PIECEWORK from the Interweave website.

    Jean's Knitting

  • If you can obtain the Summer 2003 issue of Interweave Knits, you can see an entire knitted wedding dress, complete with voluminous floating skirt.

    Jean's Knitting

  • Interweave your hands together in front of you with straight arms.

    You Raising Your Child

  • To conceal their identity, the two paintings recovered Tuesday — Roy Lichtenstein's "Modern Painting with Yellow Interweave" and Joaquin Torres-Garcia's "Figures dans une structure" — were shipped with misleading invoices that valued the works at a total of $180.

    U.S. Returns Valuable Paintings Seized From Ex-Banker to Brazil

  • The pattern used to be on the Interweave site, but I also have the mag.

    Now what do I do? - And She Knits Too!

  • Currently every pattern in Interweave Knits from Fall 1996 to the current issue is in there, and every issue of Knitty and all the Alice Starmore patterns.

    November 2009

  • I thought it was from Interweave but was too lazy to wade through a big pile of mags...

    Knitfinder - And She Knits Too!

  • I would check out the resource on the Interweave web site:

    What's the Connection?: Where's the B and the T in LGBT?

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