New purpose for old boards binds Cornwall

Laurent Serriere with his wood and stone rendition of knitting needles and yarn. Photo by Debra A. Aleksinas

CORNWALL — The massive ball of yarn is a two-and-a-half ton hunk of intricately carved bluestone.

The pair of 13-foot wood knitting needles propped up against it are repurposed bridge boards.

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