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tangled up in “-punk”

This is a drive-by post to point out something (I think) is interesting. Steampunk has now started to permeate the knitting/spinning/fiber community, too. Or, at least, a small section of it. The Sanguine Gryphon, a yarn dyer of some fame in the subculture, will be debuting a Steampunk line with appropriately themed yarns and patterns in the Fall. Some of the designers have started to leak their involvement in the project.

I can’t wait to see what they come up with. But the bigger question is: Does Cherie Priest know?


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