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November 23, 2014

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marylou

Thanks, Jeanne! It was such a touching project to be involved with - I'll let you know when the film is available for viewing.

Jane Lawrence

I was proud to be part of this project. Love the range of photos you've used. Great article.

Wendy

Oh my! I think its difficult to underestimate the role of hand knits in everyday wear before commercial knits were widely available. Thank you for this lovely post, Jeanne, and I'm looking forward to seeing the movie!

Leah

Wow! I hope to find a copy of that film to watch. Look at all of those lovely works.

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