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Any Knitters Who Like Graphic Novels?

linked to Handknit Heroes yesterday.

Imagine you’re a teenager, and you have some… special powers. Maybe even super powers. And one day, at a sleepover, your best friend in the whole world tells you—you’re not alone. So begins the adventure for a couple of teenagers, a single mom and yarn shop owner, and a whole bunch of hand knitted fun.

Handknit Heroes is the first graphic novel for knitters. Each issue features a great storyline with knitting superheroes, terrific artwork, and a beautiful (and easy) knitting pattern.

I’m vastly amused, and I neither knit (yet!) nor read graphic novels. I know that does both, though, and I figure there are probably others.

Tarot for Knitters!

This is truly cool. It’s a limited edition, hand-printed “knitting tarot” deck. I learned about it via new LJ friend .

They aren’t releasing many images, apparently, unless you’re a friend of theirs on Flickr. What I can see looks very clean and simple.

SBQ: Other crafts?

Melange by Calico Crossroads
This weekend’s Stitching Bloggers Question:

Are there other crafts that you have tried and abandoned? Why do you like stitching better?

Short version: Because it’s one of the few visually-beautiful things I’ve ever been good at.

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