Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Great Regulars: [Adrian Koesters's] poem is beautifully

and artfully knotted up. Right away she says knitting is like love--it can be restful as well as hell-bent. Whatever fabric is being used--cotton, wool, silk--whatever color, the work slides off the needles like a love note. You can see the rows of letters that make up a note, and the rows of stitches that make up the garment.

from Fleda Brown: Traverse City Record-Eagle: On Poetry: Knitting, like love, has a fringe


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