WWW: Venus de Milo’s arms; Interweave book sale; knitting to help orphaned baby birds

Fabulous

Love this: using 3D printing to test a theory that the Venus de Milo’s missing arms were busy hand-spinning.


This coming weekend, an epic book sale is being held at the old Interweave office, in Loveland, Colorado. Interweave outgrew the space – a beautiful old renovated bank, and were sad to move out. They’d been at that location for many years, and a huge collection of books amassed by the founders had been stored there. Now the building is up for sale, and the library is being sold off. The backstory on the extensive collection is here. In addition, there will be bargains available on old Interweave titles. If you’re in the area, it’s definitely worth a visit.


Warmth and comfort for injured birds.

We wrote about this in the winter, and now’s the time to act: The WildCare wildlife rehabilitation center in San Rafael, California, is seeking donations of hand-knit birds nest to help them save injured and orphaned baby birds.


The Huffington Post discovers that knitting is fun and cool and satisfying and all those things we know. I poke a little fun, but it’s nice to see knitting being written about in “mainstream” media in a positive way.


Next Tuesday, May 12th, guest lecturer Julia Collins of University of Edinburgh is speaking about the parallels between mathematics and knitting, at the Linnanmaa Campus of the Univeristy of Ouluo, in Finland. I’m very sorry I can’t attend this!


*Spread the joy!*

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