Sunday, April 20, 2008

Wall Street Journal Article

Could ya'll do me a favor? If you plan to email this story to anybody, would you mind doing it through the WSJ link? Right now we are the 5th most emailed story of the day on the WSJ website and you know how I strive to be number 1 in everything I do...

The article is now free on the WSJ website so I'm going to delete this and have you read it there.

Shepherd's Tale: Here's a Yarn For Eco-Knitters Ms. Gibbs Sells Shares In Natural-Fiber Farm; Know Your Nanny Goat
By ROBERT TOMSHO

5 comments:

Dan Docks said...

I liked the WSJ article until I read:

About 53 million American women knew how to knit and crochet in 2004, up from 35 million a decade earlier, according to a recent study by the Craft Yarn Council of America.

What about us American men? I taught myself how to knit 15 years ago and have since taught my wife and 11 year old daughter. We male knitters need more recognition!!!

Anonymous said...

I sent the article to 25 people. Let's get it #1 today. so more people will read it.

Susan said...

Thank you so much for doing that!

Quirkles said...

Great article, but Susan, it looks nothing like you!
Jessica

Barbara said...

I loved the article, typical out-of-the-box thinking of the new "micro eco-farmers" of the world. And I was thrilled to hear from a male knitter. I'd like to blog more about that trend at the Center for the Micro Eco-Farming Movement on www.microecofarming.com if any of you guys want to send me your comments