April 18th, 2011
Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of meeting with the Long Island Knitting Guild. I always love speaking to ladies who are as passionate about yarn as I am; it creates such a wonderful rapport and allows for great questions. As I was leaving the meeting, one of the ladies presented me with three comic strips from her local paper, each of which were about knitting. [Click the photo above to enlarge.]
Not only was I excited because I collect knitting and crochet-related memorabilia, but I was also excited to see this because it reminded me of our very own Lola comic. Lola has been the most popular aspect of our Weekly Stitch newsletter for years and she’s is an important lady here in Lion Country. To check out what funny thing she is going to do next, subscribe and stay tuned for our next newsletter or you can check our new Lola comic book.
Have you spotted other knit/crochet-related comics? Tell us about them by leaving a comment!
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- Subscribe to the Weekly Stitch
- Lola comic book (available on LionBrand.com)
- Lola–Not Your Average Knitter
- Show and Tell with the Long Island Knitting Guild
- Inspiring the Next Generation: Connecting with Pratt and Baruch Students
- A Night with the Westchester Knitting Guild
- Old Yarns & New Friends at the NYC Crochet Guild