Monday, August 15, 2016

Ep 017: Last days of summer

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Thanks! 

  • Thank you to new and returning viewers! I appreciate you spending time with me. 
  • Daizie Knits/Jennifer Watkins-- thank you for the donation to the podcast. There's a winner! 
  • Thank you to Willow Island Designs for donating a project bag as a giveaway! Enter to win before September 30. 
  • Thank you again to Kelly of Le Mouton Rouge Knittery and Kris Kelly of Halcyarn Knitting Accessories for making the last two episodes so much fun! 
House-keeping
  • The #batterupkal16 is still going strong. There are lots of great prizes to win in the World Series thread. Get your finished objects entered before the season ends! 4 entries (one for each base!) per person. Prizes for the World Series thread come from: 
  • There are some great KALs going on around the podcast world. Check out some of these: 
  • Melanie Berg-- There's a big surprise coming up. Save your Berg pattern plans! 
Fred Update 

WIPs

  • Vanilla Socks in Knit Pics Felici in the Lighthouse colorway. Project Page. 
  • Mielie Vest by Hillary Smith Callis in Cascade 220 Heathers (colorway unknown).Project Page.
  • What should I knit with my One Twisted Tree skein??? 
FO Show
  • Bad Nut Shawl by Josh Ryks in Wee Chickadee Woolery yarn in the Cottage Garden colorway. Project page. 
Forward Planning
Another Rhinebeck sweater using handspun yarn and stash yarn from Knitting Notions

    Oh, sKnit! 

    I was not so smart in a couple of ways. I shoulda known better! 

    Sit & Spin
    Sunset Fibers Polworth. 2-ply in Slate colorway. Project page
    Knit Spin Farm Batt in the Weathered Barn colorway. Project page
    Plus, some spinning wheel DIY. 

    Events
    October 14-16: New York Sheep and Wool, a.k.a., Rhinebeck!
    January 26-29: January Thaw with Jeanette of Sun Valley Fibers


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