GREAT BRITAIN: Notable Knitters

Her Majesty the Queen officially opened the annual exhibition of Queen Mary's London Needlework Guild last week. She beamed with pride at the principal exhibit: three soft woolen scarves knit by the busy fingers of Edward of Wales, her eldest, and three other scarves knit by her youngest son Prince George.

Newsgatherers noting the growing popularity of knitting as a pastime for men in British society admired the handiwork of other noble needlemen—a handsome jumper by the Right Honorable the Earl of Harewood (formerly Viscount Lascelles, spouse of Princess Mary); scarves...

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