Which translates literally into "knit art". Cool, huh? The books include patterns from the turn of the century for a variety of lace accessories. And because we're too curious for our own good, we couldn't help but open one - the charts are unbelievable.
And that's enough seriousness. Today we had a visit from Mortaine, the creator of the comic book series Handknit Heroes*:
Of course, we can't release her secret identity (hence the blurry photo). But she gave us a sneak preview of the mask kit that will soon be available as well as the details of their mask contest, in case any of our loyal readers might want to enter.
Of course, as soon as the mask came out, everyone had to try it on. First Jenni:
But, really, it was Sandy B. who had the most fun with the mask:
And here she's off to fight crime in very knitterly fashion:
... with a little help from a stepstool.
You know you wish you'd been here. Until next time, evildoers beware!
*Issue #2 is available in the store and will be online in a day or so.