Author(s): Larissa Brown
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The immensely popular knitalong - an organised event where people knit together for a common goal - has grown with the explosion of the Internet. This text presents an inspiring look at centuries of people knitting together and why knitters find the interaction so worthwhile.
Larissa Brown is a writer and fiber artist whose artwork has been featured in "Fiberarts" and "Knit.1" magazines and exhibited in New York, Seattle, Boston, and her hometown of Portland, Oregon. See her art at www.larissabrown.net and read her blog at www.larissmix.typepad. Martin John Brown is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in "MAKE, Sierra, Air & Space/Smithsonian," and "American Spirit." Together Larissa and Martin wrote the business book "Demystifying Grant Seeking." Michael Crouser is a Brooklyn- and Minneapolis-based photographer whose clients include BMW, United Airlines, Target, and Nikon. His first monograph was published in 2007.