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Gender Female
Industry Publishing
Occupation Mgr. Business Development for Sesame Workshop's Publishing Department
Location Brooklyn, NY, United States
Introduction I started knitting in the fall of 2004 after wondering how my grandmother had made a poncho. I self-taught myself with books and the internet. Knitting not only gave me something to do in my post-college daze, but it provided me with a way to be productive while undertaking the quixotic task of finding employment in NYC. I regularly attend the lower Manhattan SNB, where I commiserate with like minded yarn addicts. I'm almost always up for a visit to a yarn store around NYC and I rather enjoy some of the fine yarn shops Rhode Island has to offer (I have the most Rhody pride of anyone I know, just to warn ya!). I’ve also recently taken up sewing a bit and a little weaving, so those adventures might pop up here a bit as well.

I also have a yarn photography blog Yarn 365 where I post photos of my stash acting crazy.
Interests knitting, purling, pattens, yarn, softness, fiber, yarn stores, stitch n' bitch, alpaca, wool, silk, cotton, linen, hula hooping, photography, weaving
Favorite Books Stitchn' Bitch, Stitchn' Bitch Nation, At Kinit's End, For the Love of Knitting, Knit one Kill Two, Needled to Death, Mason Dixon Knitting, Knitting Nature, Handknit Holidays, Weekend Knitting, Favorite Socks, Knitting Nature, Sweater Quest, Three Bags Full, A Wild Sheep Chase

You've got to make contact with the alien leader. How will you tell when the conversation is finished?

When either myself, or the alien have finished knitting the project we started on. Duh.