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Fiberarts - September/October 2010
September/October 2010

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Knit or crochet your own superhero mask!
Fiber Farm Resources
Fiber Finds from the Kamm Teapot Collection
More work from our Sampling artists
Cindy Hickok Making Smiles with Machine Embroidery
Whimsical wearables from the residency of Janice Jakielski
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Kapow! Discover Your Inner Super Hero!
By Stephanie Bryant

Author and publisher of the Handknit Heroes comic book series.

In my secret doomsday plan, everyone has their very own secret identity and a mask to protect it. Whether you see yourself as a hero or an anti-hero, we all need a little whimsy and masquerade in our lives. Make your own unique mask in knit or crochet using any yarn weight and a variety of styles and stitches with this fun pattern.

Download the Secret Identity Mask Pattern Now!

Stephanie Bryant wearing a knitted super hero/anti-hero mask (from the free pattern) at the Sock Summit in Portland, Oregon, 2009. Photo: Joshin Yamada.

Brought to you by Handknit Heroes, the superhero comic book for knitters. Published four times a year, Issue no. 3 is available now at local yarn shops! The Handknit Heroes comic book series is written and published by Stephanie Bryant with artwork by Marc Olivent. The series is included in the Creative Process section of our September/October 2010 issue.


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