Yarn Bombs: In the '70s, Knitting Was Totally Far Out

A decade ago, Debbie Stoller, the co-founder and editor-in-chief of "Bust" magazine, published the first of her knitting books and made knitting cool again. Since then, it seems like almost every woman my age knits (and many men), mostly making scarf after beautifu…

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