Sun, 15 November 2009
This week's episode has been sponsored by:
Knit Purl Sew What? introduces the Knit'n Walk. This little bag allows the knitter to, hmmmm.... well, knit AND walk! Just insert the yarn, attach the bag to your wrist and knit. They are perfect for sock, scarf, and other small projects.
Crown Mountain farms is opening registration on 11/18 for THREE different 2010 clubs!
In the knitting for fun club we will do a Tam, fingerless gloves, summer lace scarf, socks,
hat and boot toppers - all patterns provided by Lisa Ellis Design. The kit (1 skein + one pattern) is available for $25.00 and free shipping.
The sock hop yarn club will have 4 shipments of 2 skeins and one pattern each in 2010. Each shipment will cost $50.00 which includes also the shipping costs. You can find additional info about this club is on our homepage by clicking on the logo!
The shop will be closed Monday, November 23 - Thursday, November 26 for the Thanksgiving holiday. We will reopen at 6am Friday, November 27 for our 4th Annual Pajama Jammie Jam. Get out your jammies! Grab your robe! Slip on your slippers! The Pajama Jammie Jam is coming! Every year we open super early on the day after Thanksgiving for our biggest sale of the year! Mark your calendars for 6am, Friday, November 27, and get ready to save, save, save!
Special thanks to Gregory, for guest co-hosting!
On the Needles: (00:32)
Gigi gives her one-minute health update. Gregory finished knitting a basketweave scarf for Sifu David. He's also working on some cabled socks out of Lisa Souza's "Autumn Leaves" sock yarn.
Jasmin has finished the Serpentine Mitts for Gigi, and is nearly finished with the matching cowl. Greg is finishing a cabled cardigan out of Honey Lane Farms alpaca.
Jasmin puts out the call for a Team Knitmore logo for the 2010 Ravelympics. Andrew and Gregory review "Never Knit Your Man a Sweater* (*Until You've Got the Ring)"
Mother Knows Best: ( 15:29)
We discuss knitting at family gatherings.
When Knitting Attacks: (22:39)
Greg's alpaca sweater is ... a bit small.
Straw into Gold: (26:37)
Jasmin is spinning "Tobacco Road" in the Crown Mountain Farms Superwash merino. Jasmin and Erin got a box from Shari (at Morro Fleece Works), full of beautiful fleece.