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Sally Gray

Sally Gray

Sally Gray is a writer, photographer and editor for NewsBlaze. Sally is also a highly skilled knitter, who makes exquisite sweaters, scarves and socks and loves to craft complex cables. Sally prefers photography to editing and editing to writing.

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Everyday Indian Cookbook An Instant Success

Bal explains the spices needed for the recipes in the book, where to buy them and also exactly how to use them and make things like garam masala from scratch if you have the time.
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Friends Meet At Stitches West 2009

Once inside, any plan I had to go slowly down each aisle quickly evaporated as I was overcome with a desire to savour every booth all at once.
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Whispers of the Past: 24th Annual Folsom Quilt Show

Three wonderful days of awe-inspiring quilts, clothing

A Visit to California Cashmere Farm

A couple of years ago while on my constant quest for luxurious yarns I stumbled upon a website for cashmere knitting yarn called www.calcashmere.com located in Calaveras County, California.

Knit 1 for The Road Book Review, By Sally Gray

A book of simple and fun knitting patterns aimed at the young beginner knitter.

New Cool Specialty Garments A Big Hit, Philip Kapneck Brings Company...

Philip Kapneck helped the company start in the USA. The flame retardant apparel and accessories are cool to wear, and protect firefighters, racecar drivers, SWAT teams and the military.

No Medal Presentations Unless US Wins

NBC, get your head out of your rear end and smell the roses - theres a big, wide world out there and you need it more than it needs you.

NBC Brings us the American Games – Again: I mean Olympic...

This is the fourth Olympic Games opening ceremony that I have had the opportunity to watch since moving to Folsom, California in 1996.

Alvin Ailey Rocks Mondavi!

Judith Jamison took over where Alvin Ailey left off, chosen by him before his death in 1989. She says 'I hope I'm a continuation of Alvin's vision. He has left me a road map. It's very clear. It works.'

Sydney islamic leader wants to be left alone, condones terrorism

'Westerners must leave Muslim lands if they want to safeguard themselves against terrorist attacks, says the Sydney leader of the global Islamic group Hizb ut-Tahrir, Wassim Doureihi.'