Links

Not in alphabetical order, because it isn’t fair that A always gets to go first.

Some of my favorite knitting blogs:
The Blue Blog
Zippiknits
Crazy Aunt Purl
babycocktails and knitting
Rose-Kim Knits
Hither and Yarn
Queen of the Froggers
Skeinspotting
So Now What?
Pipe Dreams and Purling Plans
Bestitched
Knittinggarden
Kathryn’s Knitting
Lovin Comfort Knits
PDXKnitterati

Other knitting resources:
Standard Body Measurements/Sizing
The Walker Treasury Project
ABCs of Knitting custom graph paper
Knitter’s Review
Yarndex

Reproduction quilting and fabric supplies:
ReproductionFabrics.com
Schoolhouse Quilt Shoppe
Kaye England Publications
Barbara Brackman, author and quilt historian
Patches from the Past
Vintage and Vogue
Starflower Fabrics and Quilts
Feedsacks!: Quilt History
Feedsack Quilt History
Depression Era Quilts

Other needle arts:
The Blackwork Embroidery Archives
A Blackwork Embroidery Primer
Lacis Museum of Lace and Textiles

Favorite animal protection and rescue sites:
Best Friends
Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley
Project Purr
Alley Cat Allies
Lemur Center at Duke University
The Jane Goodall Institute

Left-Wing politics:
Americans United for Separation of Church and State
Truthout
Theocracy Watch
Get Your War On
Neil Young’s Living with War Today
National Center for Science Education
An Inconvenient Truth
American Civil Liberties Union
First Amendment Foundation
Campaign for a Commercial Free Childhood
Code Pink

Early music:
Philharmonia Baroque
Red Priest
Alia Vox home of Jordi Savall and Hesperion
Carmel Bach Festival
John Holloway
Il Giardino Armonico
American Bach Soloists
Anonymous 4
San Francisco Early Music Society

Cultural resources:
Teatro Visión
Shakespeare Santa Cruz
Melissa West
La Mano Press
El Teatro Campesino
National Public Radio

Miscellany:
Viking Kittens
Burgess Shale Fossils
Human Origins Program at the Smithsonian
Giant Microbes
SETI @ Home
lolcats

June 14 2007 04:26 pm

3 Responses to “Links”

  1. Helen Ball on 16 Nov 2007 at 12:09 pm #

    Hello Fabulously Crazy Lady in California

    I think you are going to knit beautiful socks or fingerless gloves with the yarn that you have posted today.
    Best Wishes
    Helen

    Alice, Sally & Millie (monster) ….my cats.
    St.John’s, Newfoundland

  2. Beverly Scott on 13 Mar 2008 at 6:43 pm #

    Hi,
    After going to the Golden Fleece in Santa Cruz I was hoping to get help on the Revontuli shawl. I am having a really hard time interpreting the chart. They couldn’t help but recommended Sara Hope who had made the one that hangs in the store. I did figure out the first chart, but when they say repeat the 2nd chart 7 or 8 times, I’m not sure what to do. Please help>
    Thank you.
    Bev

  3. Annie Page on 19 Jun 2009 at 1:09 pm #

    Hi Sarah Hope –
    Do you recall me? I went to Mills.

    I found the whatifknits website today and am so pleased – I can’t wait to share it with my god daughter who is a fantastic knitter – I’m just a beginner – still working my way through the first Bitch and Stitch.
    Thanks for posting the video “don’t divorce us” though maybe I shouldn’t have watched it on my lunch break at work, now my coworkers are wondering why the tax accountant is crying….
    my best to you
    Annie Page, St Paul

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