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Alas, I didn’t do so well branding my Pinterest and Instagram feeds, so I’m updating those pictures.

Now you’ll know who you’re looking at all across the Internet. There’s a story behind the Instagram photo (below).

Writers by nature (well, this writer, anyway), tend to be ridiculously uncomfortable about getting their picture taken. The holding-still while wondering if your smile really IS that dorky. I bet when you see those names, you can picture the writer in your mind. PS: Let’s meet in person to read, eat, drink, knit, and sightsee! (Washingtonian) Fashion is sitting up and taking craft more seriously.

The worry about extra poundage and crows’ feet and oh-my-god that outfit. What I tell the stylist and photographer at a photo shoot is that I want to look like someone with an interesting story to tell. (Dezeen) Nothing gets knitters talking like Daniel Day-Lewis in a hand-knit gansey.

In time, Prince Charming came along, and the rest is history.

[Side note: When in doubt, buy the shoes.] I’ve been known to say that my author photo is my greatest work of fiction. In this issue: Mother’s Day and writer Susan Wiggs, MMA crocheter and the price of sheep to shawl, Vogue Knitting LIVE San Francisco, Destinations and more, Stitch Away Stress, Free patterns from Churchmouse Yarns & Teas The cost of that knit, from sheep to shawl.

But ultimately, you’re persuaded that the artifice has a point. (Fringe Association) This Minnesota MMA fighter has a soft side.

It tells the reader what to expect when they open a book by Stephen King. (Fox 9) Editor Trisha Malcolm chatted with best-selling author Susan Wiggs ahead of this summer’s knitting trip to Wiggs’ hometown of Bainbridge Island. SW: I have no memory of learning to knit, the same way I have no memory of learning to make up stories.I can’t think of a book where it actually takes center stage, but it’s something that people do just to relax and create.My novels are about drama and deep conflict, and for me knitting is the opposite of that.I had that grandmother who just had the knitting magic.We all remember “that basket” from our childhoods, and I just remember delving into it, trying to emulate her gestures.if you could grab your bags and go on a spontaneous South American adventure, what experiences would be a Must before you’d even think about going home?

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