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Yarn Forward: Singles Only: Soft and woolly, quick to stitch and very Instagram-able (nothing earns #nofilter like a fluffy WIP), big-gauge roving yarns are as irresistible to newbies as they are to fiber mavens. By Christina Behnke
TNNA Update
CYC Update
• Yarn Group
• Spinning & Weaving Group
• Ravelry
Smart Inventory • Categorically Speaking: Assigning categories to all of your inventory will allow you to better grasp what is and isn't selling. By Kimberly Agbayani
• Smart Money • Sales (Tax) Pitch. They say nothing's certain but death and taxes. By Carol J. Sulcoski
• Smart Merchandising • That's the Ticket. How you display prices for your stock can help—or hurt—your sales. By Pamela Wynne Butler
• Retail Profile: Knitty City, New York, New York. By Daryl Brower
Company Profile: Woolyarns/Zealana. By Maryam Siddiqi
• The Masters: Jennifer Edgar, Eucalan

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Yarn in the USA. Why warm American yarn is cool again. By Leslie Petrovski; photographs by Jared Flood/Brooklyn Tweed

Twice as Nice. Looking to pick up sales slack? Consider adding a new retail category. By Daryl Brower



Eat your veggies! Briggs & Little's 100% wool, 2-ply worsted-weight yarn Heritage covers a bunch of carrots for the cutest bunny. We used a brilliant orange, of course, but you can choose from 45 different colors. Photograph by Marcus Tullis.

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