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Textile artist knitting war protests

By Susan Chaityn Lebovits
September 2, 2007

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Bombs and missiles have inspired Adrienne Sloane to use a weapon of her own: 30-gauge craft wire. The Watertown resident, who spent a decade creating whimsical hats in colorful yarn, is expressing her views on the war in Iraq by knitting sculptures such as "Body Count" and "Faces of Good and Evil" in wire and linen. (Full article: 414 words)

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