Friday, February 13, 2009

The Knits that will Live in Infamy

Airmen, Sailors, and G.I. Joes all had one thing in common—scarves. Daring, bold, hand-knitted scarves flapping in the breeze. Our boys wore scarves in Normandy and Iwo Jima, scarves made with love and valor. In 1945, they brought their scarves home with them, keepsakes for their best girls and a promise for a better tomorrow.

Purl Harbor Knits carries on in this grand tradition by offering the finest hand made scarves. Scarves for summer or winter. Scarves for paratroopers or artillery. You don't need to win a Purple heart to wear Purl Harbor Knits, but you'll look so good it'll feel like you had. These truly are the knits that will live in infamy.

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