As knitters and crocheters, we know all about interconnectedness, as we gather regularly with other knitters in our local shops, streets, parks, and libraries or on-line on our craft websites.  Kathie Lovett is creating an interactive sculpture on the Art Walk in Franconia which speaks to us.  With red wool, knitters and crocheters will be creating a giant scarf that will be woven through the trees along the banks of the Gale River.  Knitters and crocheters are invited to knit pieces with others in advance of the opening on June 19th either at a knit-along on June 6th at 2:00 at the river site (park at Woodsville Bank in Franconia) or at Love.Yarn.Shop. at 5:00 on June 11th, or to knit at home and drop pieces off at the site or at the shop.  If your stash doesn’t have red wool, we will have yarn available at the site and at the shop.  The 100% wool will enable Kathie to felt the piece after dismantling the site and make warm hats and mittens for those in need…extending the interconnections even further.