Posts Tagged "interview"

Yarn Corps Uncovered Part Two: Deadly Knitshade and The Purple Purler

Posted by on Oct 28, 2009 in Deadly Knitshade, Yarn Corps | 0 comments

Yarn Corps Uncovered Part Two: Deadly Knitshade and The Purple Purler

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Yarn Corps Uncovered Part One: The Bluestocking Stitcher and Shorn-a the Dead

Posted by on Oct 27, 2009 in Shorn-a the Dead, Yarn Corps | 1 comment

Yarn Corps Uncovered Part One: The Bluestocking Stitcher and Shorn-a the Dead

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City Interventionists, apparently

Posted by on Sep 27, 2009 in Deadly Knitshade, London, Movies, Yarn Corps | 3 comments

City Interventionists, apparently

London in the summer is full of festivals. Not just the kind of festivals that see you up to your knees in fast-food flecked mud, quietly dreading the next time you have to brave the horror that is the campsite toilets, and subject to the sudden unexplained urge to get luminous dreadlocks smeared into your greasy unwashed hair. There are much less smelly festivals too. And Knit the City were invited to take part in one.

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Yarnstorm on Screen: Oranges and Lemons Odyssey – the movie

Posted by on Sep 7, 2009 in Deadly Knitshade, Knitting Ninja, Lady Loop, London, Movies, Shorn-a the Dead | 3 comments

Yarnstorm on Screen: Oranges and Lemons Odyssey – the movie

Once in a lifetime a film comes along that will touch your heart, make you laugh till tea comes out of your nose, make you cry till you get a dehydration headache, and make you wish that you could live you life again and do it alllllll so differently that world peace ensued and all famine was wiped out.

This is not that film.

But it is pretty freaking cool.

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Yarnstorm the Fifth: Memorial of Melancholy

Posted by on Aug 20, 2009 in Deadly Knitshade, Lady Loop, London, Yarnstorms | 5 comments

Yarnstorm the Fifth: Memorial of Melancholy

In the dark and dingy depths of the Leake Street tunnel we, the Knit the City Yarn Corps, lost our Web of Woe not 24 hours after it was so carefully installed.

When the wounds were less fresh and the scars were beginning to heal four brave members of the Yarn Corps returned to the site to remember. For the remaining two it was still too painful.

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