Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Episode 008: Birds!

Find the podcast on the YouTube Channel or on iTunes. Find Kristi on Ravelry and Instagram as krisluvswool, and on Twitter as @inasKnit. Don’t forget to join the Ravelry Group!

Thanks, awesome folks! 

Thanks to Sarah H for gifting me the Phoenix Hat by Sally Cameron. From the pattern page on Ravelry: 
"100% of the proceeds from this pattern go to supporting the Red Cross Children’s Hospital Burns Unit. If you have received this pattern as a gift please consider paying it forward and gifting it to another person." 

I will be giving away two copies of this pattern in the Ravelry Group. 

Thanks to Stephanie of The Rusted Stitch for the adorable Needle Sweater. 

Whatcha' workin on? 

  • Vanilla socks in the White Birch Fiber Arts SW/Nylon blend in the Killahbees colorway. Project Page.  This was the cast on project for opening day with the #batterupkal
  • Happy Scrappy Frankensocks in scrap yarns-- one down, the second one to go! Project page.
  • Luck Lilac by Kristina Vilimaite in Sun Valley Fibers. The champagne is a MCS single; the wanderlust colorway is a merino single. Project page. 

  • Watson Cardigan by Kindred Yarn and Designs in Carolina Homespun Cormo. Project page. 
Sit and Spin

Kristi finished chain plying her Sunset Fibers Polworth/Bamboo/Nylong blend and loves it. 
She also got out some rolags from Wool Pierogi purchased at 2016 Stitches Midwest. 

sKnit I love

Planning for worsted/aran weight sweaters! Currently under consideration are: 
And bird watching


The Phoenix Pattern: I will choose two winners of the Phoenix Pattern. One entry per person in the prize thread; must be a member of the group to win. Please tell us what (fingering weight) yarn you'd use to knit this hat! 

Batter up KAL 

1 post per person for the ALL-STAR BREAK Thread (drawing July 15)-- WIPs and FOs allowed
Up to 4 posts per person for the WORLD SERIES Thread (drawing after the World Series)-- FOs of 50g or more=1 entry
Must be a member of the group to win.
Start April 3 or later. 

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