This week's question: The town of Joensuu in Finland recently hosted the first-ever Heavy Metal Knitting Championships, which saw competitors knit onstage while head-banging to ear-bleeding riffs. If a heavy metal band were to record a song about the joy of knitting, what title could it give the track?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Gator rap

RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "Enter Strandman"
Ken Liebman, Williston, Vermont

SECOND PLACE: "(Don't Fear) The Weaver"
Jason Schnuit, Santa Monica, California

THIRD PLACE: "Welcome to My Knitmare"
Barbara Race, Dowagiac, Michigan

HONORABLE MENTIONS:
"Whole Lotta Weaving"
Henry L. Vruwink, Asheboro, North Carolina

"Welcome to the Tangle"
Peter Gordon, Great Neck, New York

"Master of Sock Puppets"
Doug Lindberg, Bradenton, Florida

"Sweet Textile O' Mine"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas

"Back in Blanket"
Alyson Woodard, Merced, California

"Enter Afghan"
Mitch Tobin, Chicago

"Purls, Purls, Purls"
Stuart Burkhoff, Great Neck, New York

"Crochet Train"
Jake Miller, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania

"You Hook Me All Night Long"
Rich Clark, Evanston, Illinois

"Nine-Inch Needles"
Kate Retzlaff, Milwaukee

"Darn to Be Wild"
Steve Smargon, Grass Lake, Michigan

"Purlanoid"
Karen Stelling Farina, Chicago

"One (Dropped Stitch)"
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Indiana

"Skein & Destroy"
Barbara Harman, Concord, California