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Knitting app breaks ground as pattern eBook

The latest twist in the thriving app market is a subscription eBook of knitting patterns from Gardnerville resident Rosemary (Romi) Hill of Designs by Romi, and knitCompanion app creator Create2Thrive Inc. Ranked at No. 3 in Lifestyle Apps on its Aug. 1 release, Hill’s Seven Small Shawls Year 4 displaced household names Oprah and Martha Stewart in a run for the top 10 in both paid and top grossing iPad lifestyle apps. Knitters have long embraced tech enthusiastically, marrying an age-old art with their modern lifestyles. Y4 continues Hill’s popular knitting pattern collection “7 Small Shawls,” groundbreaking even at its …

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