KKHI (FM), a radio station (102.3 FM) licensed to serve Kaunakakai, Hawaii, United States, which held the call sign KNIT from 2015 to 2016
KMKK-FM, a defunct radio station (105.5 FM) formerly licensed to serve Tecopa, California, United States, which held the call sign KNIT from 2014 to 2015
KTTE, a radio station (90.1 FM) licensed to serve Humboldt, Nebraska, United States, which held the call sign KNIT from 2012 to 2014
KBXD, a radio station (1480 AM) licensed to serve Dallas, Texas, United States, which held the call sign KNIT from 2005 to 2012
Knit in Public Day is unique, in that it's the largest knitter run event in the world. Each local event is put together by a volunteer or a group of volunteers. They each organize an event because they want to, not because they have to. They bring their own fresh ideas into planning where the event should be held, and what people would like to do.
In the past some people have used this event as a means to show the general public that not only grannies knit!. Knit in Public Day is really about showing the general public that knitting can be a community activity in a very distinct way. In some places there are many different knitting groups that never interact with each other, on Knit in Public Day they come together in one place, making them hard to miss.
2005 there were about 25 local events around the world. In 2006 there were about 70 local events. 2007 there were almost 200.
Over the years there have been local events in Australia, China, England, Finland, France, Ireland, Norway, Poland, South Africa, Sweden, United States, and Germany.
Toma Ikuta as Rinko
Kenta Kiritani as Makio
Rinka Kakihara as Tomo
Mimura as Hiromi
Eiko Koike as Naomi
Mugi Kadowaki as Yuka
Shuji Kashiwabara as Yoshio
Kaito Komie as Kai
Lily as Sayuri
Misako Tanaka as Fumiko
Noriko Eguchi as Kanai
Tru Shinagawa as Saito
"To the Boy In the Blue Knit Cap" was written by Julie Martin and Chris Brancato, although uncredited, it was extensively re-written by Ren Balcer with Warren Leight writing the final scene of the episode, and it was directed by Jean de Segonzac. The story and the characters in the episode were highly influenced by the real-life lawsuit against Facebook made by Tyler Winklevoss and his brother Cameron Winklevoss, as well as the film adaption to the event, The Social Network. Critics reacted to the episode with mixed reception upon airing, with much criticism stemming from the cultural references and the episodic plot. Upon its original airing, "To the Boy In the Blue Knit Cap" was watched by 3.75 million viewers, and it achieved a 0.9 rating in the 18-49 demographic according to the Nielson ratings. It featured guest appearances by James Van Der Beek, Thad Luckinbill, Trent Luckinbill, and James Brandon.