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SUN'S OUT | East Coasters are rejoicing—the sun has finally reappeared and summer feels like it's officially ready to begin (about time, right?). That can only mean one thing: Time to get the hell outdoors. And just in time, too. Any day now, New York's High Line will be unveiling a large (read: huge) scale installation by none other than Sheila Hicks. We can't wait to see it. The installation will stay up through October, about the time we'll have to pack away our frosé for another year as well.  (High Line)

SUN'S OUT | East Coasters are rejoicing—the sun has finally reappeared and summer feels like it's officially ready to begin (about time, right?). That can only mean one thing: Time to get the hell outdoors. And just in time, too. Any day now, New York's High Line will be unveiling a large (read: huge) scale installation by none other than Sheila Hicks. We can't wait to see it. The installation will stay up through October, about the time we'll have to pack away our frosé for another year as well.  (High Line)

ZIG-AH | We're pretty excited about the new line of home essentials, Pieces, by creative agency An Aesthetic Pursuit. The collection features super-covetable tables, vessels and rugs, the latter of which  feature tufted numbers poised to make a big statement. Please don't make us make a joke about them tying the room together. (Pieces)

ZIG-AH | We're pretty excited about the new line of home essentials, Pieces, by creative agency An Aesthetic Pursuit. The collection features super-covetable tables, vessels and rugs, the latter of which  feature tufted numbers poised to make a big statement. Please don't make us make a joke about them tying the room together. (Pieces)

MARKET | On the heels of their Studio concept rollout, Etsy seems to be making some subtle squawks about selling off the business, which has our financial chattering class ablaze, natch. The incongruous part? Walmart (you've heard of it?) is the rumored contender for the buy-out. We'll definitely be following this one. (Bloomberg)

MARKET | On the heels of their Studio concept rollout, Etsy seems to be making some subtle squawks about selling off the business, which has our financial chattering class ablaze, natch. The incongruous part? Walmart (you've heard of it?) is the rumored contender for the buy-out. We'll definitely be following this one. (Bloomberg)

HEMP| Friends of Knit Wit will tell you, we've been trying to make a hemp story happen for about as long as the magazine's existed. The attempted hemp (a-hempted?) industry in the US is fascinating and complex—but we're heartened to see the Kentucky Cloth Project, who seem to be actively looking for domestic solutions. (Fibershed)

HEMP| Friends of Knit Wit will tell you, we've been trying to make a hemp story happen for about as long as the magazine's existed. The attempted hemp (a-hempted?) industry in the US is fascinating and complex—but we're heartened to see the Kentucky Cloth Project, who seem to be actively looking for domestic solutions. (Fibershed)

BAI | And how about those Issue 6 sneak peeks we've been teasing over on the Knit Wit instagram? We've been so excited to share this issue with you (it's just such a good one) and later today, we're revealing the cover (woohoo!). Get ye to Instagram and then get ye to the preorder link! (Knit Wit)

BAI | And how about those Issue 6 sneak peeks we've been teasing over on the Knit Wit instagram? We've been so excited to share this issue with you (it's just such a good one) and later today, we're revealing the cover (woohoo!). Get ye to Instagram and then get ye to the preorder link! (Knit Wit)