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Signal boost – Artisan vs. Big box; knitting edition

This is one of those stories that I want to do a signal boost for.  I know many of my friends are knitters/crocheters or other kinds of yarnies and crafters.  This is a story about what happens when a popular Big Box Store wants to bully small artisan shops.

I know that for a long time many folks have purchased yarn and needles from Knit Picks and its other sister companies that carry Quilting supplies and Art supplies. I used to occasionally purchase yarn and needles from them too, that is until I met Tom Diak and learned about his experience having his intellectual property stolen by Knit Picks. Tom and his wife run Dyakcraft, previously known as Grafton Fibers.  Tom makes beautiful hand-crafted knitting needles, crochet hooks, Harmony lap looms and drop spindles.  Linda blends beautiful bats of spinning fiber; if you've ever been to my house and seen the gorgeous bundles of brightly colored fiber - almost all of them have come from DyakCraft.

Girl from Auntie has a really good post summing up the current situation between DyakCraft and Knitpicks with some legal commentary (her forte). For many years Tom Diak hand-made colorful wood laminate needles called "Darn Pretty Needles", he was contacted by Craft Americana (Knit picks parent company), about purchasing the rights to make the same kind of needle.  When Tom refused permission they went ahead and produced them anyway, calling them Harmony Needles (if you'll notice above the Diak's already had a product called Harmony). Now Knit Picks didn't hand-make their needles, they had them mass produced, and as such significantly undercut Tom's prices.  All in all this was pretty shitty and made a noticeable dent in the sales of Darn Pretty Needles, and being that Knit Picks is such a large company with such a large presence many people eventually started thinking that Tom was stealing the idea from Knit Picks!!

Now Craft Americana has gone ahead and filed for trademark and patent rights on the name Harmony and the style of needles. HELLO!!!!! WTF!!!!  This would prevent the Diaks from using the name Harmony on their looms and from making the needles they invented!  So  now Tom and Linda have started legal action against Craft Americana attempting to protect their products.

In any case Knit picks is apparently well known to steal/knock-off yarns and knitting tools from other companies and then undercut them.  And I understand that for folks on a budget their price points are pretty alluring.  But for me I can't face giving money to a company who behaves this way in the market place.

ETA: I got an email from the Diak's with a clairification: "Petkun said he wanted to sell our needles.  And then he never contacted the distributor.  That was in 2007.  In March, he offered us the trade agreement you can see in the USPTO files.  He never offered to buy our rights in 2007 and we never refused."

What I did on my Autumn Vacation

While most of my local friends headed to Windycon, I went south . . . but not by much. Went downstate to Champaign, Il to stay a few days with my downstate family. I got some great time with the whole crew, and then a few days "just us girls."  What do the Baumann girls do when they are at loose ends (besides marathon TV).  Well this weekend we started teaching ourselves how to quilt.  I got a tutorial from my MIL Pat a few weeks ago, I did a little research on the internet and then we just waded in.  We used leftover fabric from making Aprons (something Mom and I did a few weeks ago) to make matching pot holders. We tried a whole bunch of techniques, most of them with a reasonable amount of success considering our skill level.

Summer updates

I just realized its been a while since I made any sort of substantive update - so in the words of Inigo Montoya, "Let me explain. No, there is too much. Let me sum up"

Some summer highlights:

Tomatoes from the garden are 200% better than tomatoes from the store. I might never eat them from the store again.

Almost everyday, in my head, I thank all my friends who helped me build my garden. So now I'll do it outside my head: Thank you!!! So very much!!!

Took a photography class with Franklin Habit at Loopy Yarns, AWESOME!

Had a house concert for Sooj which many of you came to.

On new (added) meds for my ADD which has resulted in major sleep disturbance. Its hard to concentrate with so little sleep, so its hard to evaluate the meds.

Have dyed my hair funny colors and gotten my ears re-pierced. I think I am worrying about getting old.

Fallen in love with a new (for me) tv show, Friday Night Lights. I haven't liked a show this much since Buffy. Insert days of squeeing here. GGood stories, stong women, great characters, and lots of pretty - boys and girls and scenery, yum yum yum . . . Okay I'll stop now before I get too out of control. ;)

Got Seanan McGuire's new book. Just started reading it - enjoying it muchly.

Knitting is happening, lots of socks. Maybe pictures and possibly even a proto-pattern soon.

Want to make some earings - might need help with this.

My birthday is coming soon, I think I am closer to 40 than I'd like to be.

Scheduling craft and music days again, but not till 2010.

And I think that is probably enough for one post. Have to leave something for the next one!

Belated Update

So most of May and a little of June: ADD meds seem to be working somewhat - I do wish I could find a different head-doc that would be easier to talk to about what efficacy I am actually getting. Right now it is quite clear that she isn't actually listening to me (Evan sat in on the last meeting and concurred), while constantly suggesting that she will stop prescribing, even when we have found something that gives me some sort of useful effect. I am trying to figure out the best way to address this, it has already been clear to me that she doesn't like being contradicted, or approached about things that are less than on-topic. The bonus is that I don't have to see her again for 2 months now that she likes the results she thinks I am getting from what I am on. Wiscon was AWESOME!! I will definitely be going again and I am hoping S.B. and I maybe can get it together to throw a party.  Its memorial day weekend, and if I haven't already encouraged you to come, expect it next time I see you - yeah you - all of you ;) My garden is mostly coming along, I am bit behind in a few areas and might be a loser on squash and cucumber this year which would be a bummer. But so far carrots, beets and leafy vegs look good. I think the chilly weather is slowing down the tomatoes, but they look healthy so I am keeping up hope. I have some baby beans and peas that need to get trellised before they get much bigger and I am crossing my fingers that they continue to flourish. In the non-veg world I have a serious amount of weeding to do - Hey S.B. we should look at a calendar and get some plans going!! I have been sucky at pictures lately - but I'll work at getting some up. Hosted a "un-Tea" with J.F. and M.G. and had a blast. For those who are curious a "Un-Tea" is a tea like gathering with cute sammiches and little finger foods etc - hosted by people who largely don't drink tea. We had some tea for the die-hards, but also had lemonade, sangria, and a variety of fizzy juice things. I hope all the attendees has as good of a time as we had throwing it, and an extra thanks to the folks who contributed food items. I can't wait to try it again ... House is a huge pit, and its been hard to motivate to get it cleaner. I had to do some cleaning to dig out the appliances to make the food for the tea party. I hate it when E. and I let the house go to a place where I am disgusted with my own house and ashamed that we have let it get so far. All the shame and disgust makes it harder to tackle the cleaning - much easier to ignore and push those feelings aside. But we might have a house guest weekend after this, so we really have to get our butts in gear. This also means we haven't been cooking much, and it is starting to frustrate me. We need to completely empty the fridge and clean it top to bottom and then start disciplining ourselves to work on eating out the freezer. I want to start a worm composter - but see earlier paragraph about state of the house. Have to fix that first - so I can get to the place that has the containers that I am going to turn into a worm composter. Also to make the space for the composter to live.  Extra motivation - lets see if it helps. S.J. Tucker in concert here next week! Whoo!!! and then at Duckcon whee!!   -  I saw her at Wiscon (first time seeing her live) and she was great even though she was under the weather. I am really hoping I can get her at the house for a concert We will probably be at Duckcon during the day on Saturday. We have a hotel room nearbye to crash at so I expect we'll be there into the late evening at the least. I haven't ever really been to Duck before, so I am looking forward to it . . . The "un-tea" made me remember how much I liked hosting stuff.  I am hoping I can find the time to put some craft days back in the schedule and ease myself back into the hosting routine.