Elsewhere

Elsewhere: yarny links for your clicking pleasure

From the thought-provoking to the entertaining, here are the latest links I think are worth following:

– Oh, but first: please tell The National Needlearts Association a little about yourself for a chance to win a $100 gift card

– I am So. Seeing. This movie. (Will watch once for the sweaters, once for the scenery, then again for the story)

– And wish I could see this exhibition

– In case you haven’t read it: The health benefits of knitting (h/t everyone)

– Major style crush

– Kate’s coat, swoon

– That time Jimmy Beans yarnbombed the Sundance Film Festival

– Angela Lansbury in a killer Cowichan-inspired sweater; and the pattern is still available! (h/t @cchandorf)

– Good interview with Tara St. James of Study-NY about building a sustainable fashion brand
— wouldn’t it be amazing if all clothing tags looked like this?

– The three types of books you should have in your knitting library

– And that’s gotta be a pretty awesome moment

IN SHOP NEWS: We’re about to be out of the black Field Bag for a minute (we have precious few at the moment!) while we get black and grey into our select Field Bag stores around the world, but we do have a fresh batch of grey in stock today! We also got in quite a few varieties of buttons this week, so if there’s a particular size/style you’ve been looking for, check to see if we have it!

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17 thoughts on “Elsewhere

  1. Wow! I almost fell out of my chair with the Maya Jankelowitz link. (Good thing I wasn’t holding my coffee.) My kind of style presentation: happy, real, beautiful and clothes that so fit this person all the way around. Gorgeous!

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  2. Wow – What a morning you made me! I was just looking at a woolfolk pattern – Knus – that reminds me a bit of the camel wool top on Maya from ES. Thanks, thanks.

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  3. Rams is AMAZING. I loved it. (There were lots of knitters in line at the theater, naturally.) Sheep, and sweaters, and Iceland, and border collies – marvelous.

    It played at FilmColumbia (http://www.filmcolumbia.com/) in October. I live a bike ride away from Chatham. I’ve seen some gems at that festival over the past few years.

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  4. I saw Rams at a film festival a few months back and I agree with everyone that it is magnificent! I was interested in it mostly because of the whole sheep/wool/stunning-Icelandic-landscapes aspect but the story of the brothers ended up being really beautiful and moving. Definitely go see it if it’s playing near you!

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  5. The Rams film trailer immediately made me think of photographer Elin Hoyland ‘s photo series of real-life brothers Harald and Mathias Ramen in rural Norway. I wonder if the movie is based on these two? thank you for sharing, KT! can’t wait to see this- xo

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