Yarn Harlot Threatens Legal Action Against the Lumpy Sweater

 In my recent post I asked if knitters were just part of a hive mind mentality.  I discussed the Yarn Harlot blog among other things—the single most popular knitting blog on the ‘net. I asked if open and honest criticism was taboo.

 Apparently, it is.

 Just today, I was contacted by Stephanie McFee’s lawyer, advising me that if I did not take down or delete my post, which discussed a recent incident on her blog, that a suit for slander would immeaditely be filed against me. I also also advised that in the future, I should refrain from such slurs on her character,

 However, I’m telling everyone this, so everyone will know what she really is.

 I’m telling you this….

 

 

because I just loooove a good April Fools prank.

Happy April First, everyone!

 

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April 1, 2008. The Lumpy Sweater News.

9 Comments

  1. sarahkatie replied:

    Wow, I can’t believe that. I didn’t see anything slanderous about that post.

  2. Dava replied:

    Good one. You had me going!

  3. sarahkatie replied:

    please ignore my ignorant comment. I didn’t get it until now. Wow I feel dumb.

  4. ajrox92 replied:

    Haha! You had me there for a second! Just like when Casey had me this morning when he said that Ravelry was being sold to Google!

  5. jinniver replied:

    Fell for it. Hard. I’m still spinning down…

  6. KnittingGnome replied:

    Silly little thing! You are such a prankster!

  7. Emily replied:

    That was hilarious!

  8. Jen replied:

    Oh you suck. I believed it, even on April 2nd. 🙂

  9. Chelsea replied:

    lol! You really had me going!!
    I wish I had played a REALLY good prank…

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