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Baseball + Yarn = The Perfect Double Play

Play Ball! August is wrapping up, which means we're heading into the home stretch of this year's Stitch N Pitch season. If you're not already familiar with it, Stitch N Pitch is an event organized by the National NeedleArts Association that brings yarn crafters to major league ball games. As someone passionate about both yarn and sports, there is nothing I love more than to see people yarn crafting supporting local sports.

Upcoming games in September:

Sept 10 - Chicago White Sox
Sept 13 - New York Mets
Sept 15 - Cincinnati Reds
Sept 25 - Detroit Tigers

As we get to the end of Stitch N Pitch season, I hope that those of you who have already attended your local Stitch N Pitch games had a great time, and I hope you'll leave a comment sharing your experiences.

Stitch N Pitch in New York
My fellow New York Stitch N Pitch committee members and I have been working hard to top last year's event, during which we set the World Record for most people crocheting in one place. This year, we're planning--with the help of yarn crafters like you--to yarn storm (or "yarn bomb") Citi Field. If you're in the NYC-area, click here to learn more about how you can drop off swatches at the Lion Brand Yarn Studio in Manhattan and come to our seaming party to help seam up the swatches into pieces that will decorate Citi Field! I am extremely excited for everyone to see the yarn storming that will place at Citi Field. It will truly be something to see.

So come one, come all as we cheer on the New York Mets as they battle the Washington Nationals. Again, the game is September 13 and it starts at 7:10 pm. To purchase tickets for the game, visit the Lion Brand Yarn Studio.

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  • dayna

    White Socks?

  • Lisa

    Dayna beat me to it! White Socks?

  • http://blog.lionbrand.com/2013/05/08/get-your-stitching-and-pitching-on-this-baseball-season/ Stitch 'n Pitch with Major League Baseball This Season | Lion Brand Notebook

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