News Articles Archive
2nd May 2013
A new documentary has shown how Tasmania's cultural divide is being bridged thanks to efforts from a local knitting group.
With the debate on asylum seekers set to be central to the federal election campaign, the Mercury reports that cultural stereotypes are being broken by crafty volunteers.
Aft... read more
1st May 2013
A Cotswolds town has been transformed thanks to a bunch of nimble-fingered knitters.
Winchcombe has been struck by yarnbombers, who have covered the sleepy residential area with bunting and pom poms, as well as knitted hanging baskets of flowers and a few woollen sheep, which have been lovingly c... read more
30th April 2013
A knitting group in Alberta is trying to unite the local community in protest against recent budget cuts for disabled people.
The Revolutionary Knitting Circle is busy making a woollen blanket at the Calgary Central Library to show its opposition to the government's decision to reduce services fo... read more
25th April 2013
Anyone who enjoys knitting will know that a range of different style garments can be created, from casual jumpers and cardigans to elegant dresses.
However, it's not every day that you see the latter shown off by an A-list celebrity on a red carpet. That's just what happened this week though, wh... read more
23rd April 2013
A group of grandmas in Queensland, Australia are using their craft skills to protest against coal seam gas.
The Toowoomba Chronicle reports that Knitting Nannas Against Gas is a fast-growing international organisation, which originates in New South Wales and is quickly gaining new followers.
Each... read more
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