Knitmoregirls's Podcast
A Mother-Daughter Knitting Podcast.

This weeks episode is sponsored by:

 

You probably attend an event at least once a year. Sometimes events are all about shopping, but more often than not, events are a combination of shopping and education. When attending a show that combines classes and market place, shopping literally becomes dashes between classes. Time is short that your plan includes the necessary pit stop (crossing your fingers for short lines) and visits to my favorite or new vendor spot.

As a vendor, we do our best to bring the right amount of scents and products. We are thrilled when we have the product or scent you are looking for, but sometimes there is a sudden run on your favorite scent or product and the person in front of you just bought the last one. Being left wanting after waiting just stinks!

Wait and want no more because we've created the Easy Peasy Product Reservation. It's so simple and fast, you’ll LOVE the experience!

Go to our web site: www.Bar-Maids.com for directions, and we'll even text you a reminder during the event!

Bijou Basin Ranch is your source for high-quality yarns spun from Tibetan yak, Qiviut, cashmere and other luxury fibers. Our yarns are made in the USA as well as abroad, and many are hand-dyed by notable indie dyers such as Miss Babs, Lattes & Llamas, and Lost City Knits. Our no-rinse, no residue fiber wash called Allure was specially  developed to care for high quality fibers. This month, enjoy 15% off your yarn purchase when you enter KNITMORE at checkout at bijoubasinranch.com.

 

Rich saturated color. Bold interesting combinations; dare we say shocking hues? Dragonfly Fibers is your source for beautiful quality yarns and fibers. Dragonfly Fibers creates hand-dyed, artisan yarns and fibers in vivid and sophisticated colorways. We can be found in select local yarn shops around the world and at fiber festivals such as Rhinebeck, Maryland Sheep and Wool, Vogue Knitting Live, STITCHES and SAFF. Come see us at STITCHES West, February 18-21st in Santa Clara, California. We'll be in booths 706, 708 and 710. You can shop on our site 24/7 at www.dragonflyfibers.com. Be sure to check out the link for our 2016 Club Dragonfly. Great designers, exclusive colorways and a bonus swag option! Discover why we say that Dragonfly Fibers is "The Colors of Happiness".

 

Did you get a spinning wheel or spindle for a holiday gift? We know that there are lots of you out there who have begun to spin and Lisa Souza Dyeworks at www.lisaknit.com has just what you are looking for. Beautiful hand dyed combed top is available in several different wool types as well as phenomenal silk blends. Lisa Souza is also producing fabulously soft blended batts with such combinations as merino, cashmere and Tencel. Dreamy!

  In the Placerville area for a visit? Give Lisa a call and come by for a visit! In the San Francisco Bay Area? Lisa and Rod will see you at Stitches West in February!

Purlescence Yarns is Silicon Valley's destination fiber arts shop.  Our yarns are selected for both their beauty and sustainability.  Choose the perfect yarn and our Custom Fit service to help you make the perfect sweater.

Create your own perfect yarns and fabrics with our extensive selection of spinning and weaving equipment, classes, and full service maintenance.

 

On The Needles:(0:34)

 

 Jasmin finished the Queenie hat, a Woolywormhead design, out of White Birch Fiber Arts, in the Travel Agent for Guilt Trips colorway. #25000tuques #NewHomeNewHat. Our thanks to Rosemary Hill for the beautiful logo she designed.

 

We were so pleased to have had the opportunity to host BostonJen of the Downcellar podcast  and Emily from the Knitting Butterflies  podcast. Emily took family photos for us.

 

 We also had the pleasure of hosting Joanna Johnson of the Phoebe's Sweater, Freddie's Blanket, Henry's Hat, and Phoebe's Birthday series. Lunch was sandwiches from Specialties. We had lunch with the amazing Sivia Harding, and got to see kits for the dazzling beaded Moonrise necklace that she has designed.

 

The Stitches Market Place was overwhelming in its abundance. We attended the 

Steven and Stephen Show in Three Acts. (Video from BostonJen, Pic from Emily)

 

Also you may want to listen to the interviews with StevenBE and Stephen West.

A big thank you to our guest and friends who made this show run smoothly for us.

 

Jasmin worked on the Bifrost  and lined up interviews for next year. We went to dinner at Rok Bistro.

The Podcaster meet up was amazing, we got to meet Twinset Jan. Jasmin had help in the Anzula booth. Dinner was take-out from Real Kabob.

 

 Jasmin and Kismet planned another House Special Box and if you are interested put your name one the "I am interested list"

 

We got to meet Alana Dakos, Kate Oates, Elizabeth Doherty kindly measured us for the knit-along.

Jasmin also worked on the Three Color Cowl from Joji Locatelli out of Pepperberry Knits, which has changed its name to Lux Adorna. Knit-along comng up! Jasmin's knitting mojo is revving up.

Jasmin found the perfect red,  Dark Andromeda, at Miss Babs' to make a Daniel Tiger sweater for Genevieve, and it turned out to also be the perfect red for Gigi. Jasmin and BostonJen picked up crochet Elsa toy kits.

 

In Stitches:(29:00)

 

Gigi wore her Cassidy, the Katarina, the Carli, the Marta, and the Best Friend cardigan.

Jasmin wore her Katarina, the Rainbow dots, the Breezy cardigan,

Genevieve wore her Elsa cardigan, the Elsa hat,  the Elsa gloves, the Kapuzin hoodie,

and the Blue Playful Stripes, and she brought the pink Playful Stripes

Rex wore his Gramps cardigan


Contest:(34:18)

 

We have a new prize:Super Happy Fun, by Black Trillium  Fibres, on their Lilt base

Parameters for participating in the #operationsockdrawer contest:

 

Participants: post a picture to the ravelry forum, or to instagram with the #operationsockdrawer, have your ravelry name on your instagram profile. Feel free to double dip your projects.

 

Projects will be judged on originality and general delightfulness.

 

Also, Voolenvine has a knit-along, the fill a box with socks contest. Feel free to double dip.

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Mother Knows Best:(37:45)

 

This weeks suggestion: Plan ahead, but remember to be flexible.

Also we mention dinner at Adelita's 

 

When Knitting Attacks:(43:55)

 

Jasmin was attacked by her garter stitch on the bias knitting.


Review:(45:15)

 

This week we review Free Spirit Knits, by Anne Podlesak

 

Direct download: Episode_366.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:30pm PDT

This weeks episode is sponsored by

 

You probably attend an event at least once a year. Sometimes events are all about shopping, but more often than not, events are a combination of shopping and education. When attending a show that combines classes and market place, shopping literally becomes dashes between classes. Time is short that your plan includes the necessary pit stop (crossing your fingers for short lines) and visits to my favorite or new vendor spot.

As a vendor, we do our best to bring the right amount of scents and products. We are thrilled when we have the product or scent you are looking for, but sometimes there is a sudden run on your favorite scent or product and the person in front of you just bought the last one. Being left wanting after waiting just stinks!

Wait and want no more because we've created the Easy Peasy Product Reservation. It's so simple and fast, you’ll LOVE the experience!

Go to our web site: www.Bar-Maids.com for directions, and we'll even text you a reminder during the event!

Bijou Basin Ranch is your source for high-quality yarns spun from Tibetan yak, Qiviut, cashmere and other luxury fibers. Our yarns are made in the USA as well as abroad, and many are hand-dyed by notable indie dyers such as Miss Babs, Lattes & Llamas, and Lost City Knits. Our no-rinse, no residue fiber wash called Allure was specially  developed to care for high quality fibers. This month, enjoy 15% off your yarn purchase when you enter KNITMORE at checkout at bijoubasinranch.com.

 

Every hobby needs organization, every project needs a place.  Erin.Lane bags helps you turn your fiber pasttime into neat and organized endeavor.  Our project bags, totes, and needle and notions organizers are everything you need to keep your fiber arts from fraying. 

Did you get a spinning wheel or spindle for a holiday gift? We know that there are lots of you out there who have begun to spin and Lisa Souza Dyeworks at www.lisaknit.com has just what you are looking for. Beautiful hand dyed combed top is available in several different wool types as well as phenomenal silk blends. Lisa Souza is also producing fabulously soft blended batts with such combinations as merino, cashmere and Tencel. Dreamy!

  In the Placerville area for a visit? Give Lisa a call and come by for a visit! In the San Francisco Bay Area? Lisa and Rod will see you at Stitches West in February!

Purlescence Yarns is Silicon Valley's destination fiber arts shop.  Our yarns are selected for both their beauty and sustainability.  Choose the perfect yarn and our Custom Fit service to help you make the perfect sweater.

Create your own perfect yarns and fabrics with our extensive selection of spinning and weaving equipment, classes, and full service maintenance.

 

On The Needles:(0:37)

 

Jasmin is working on the Queenie hat, Woolywormhead design, out of White Birch Fiber Arts, in the Travel Agent for Guilt Trips colorway. #25000tuques #NewHomeNewHat. Our thanks to Rosemary Hill for the beautiful logo she designed. 

 

She is worrying about the #Elizalong, and knitting something that won't fit her shoulders.

 

Gigi is doing default knitting, she is working on a number of vanilla socks. The Kroy socks just need the heels put in.

Jasmin is working on the Coronation sweater and about 2cm from the start of the sleeves, as is the   Landon sweater that she is knitting for Rex.

 

Jasmin has a FO: the Elsa gloves. The pattern came from the The Knitter's Handy Book of Patterns

She also loves the The Knitter's Handy Book of Sweater Patterns and Knitter's Handy Book of Top-Down Sweaters

 

These are on the Well Curated Bookshelf page. Also, Jasmin got Mitten Clips for the Elsa gloves. Also, she now got a bigger Frozen Sweater Chest.

 

Gigi is knitting some more vanilla socks, one pair out of neon Opal and another pair out of blue and white Opal.

Jasmin has also been working on the Spock sweater for Rex. And there is some secret knitting.

Gigi is still working on the Tulip shawl. #Behmalong

 

In Stitches:(16:18)

 

 Gigi wore her Grey Citron, wool socks and a pair of socks out of the The Knitter's Curiosity Cabinet

 

Genevieve wore the  Elsa cardigan, the Elsa hat,  the Elsa gloves, the Kapuzin hoodie,  and theDebbie bliss open front cardigan

 

Events:(19:13)

 

We will be attending Stitches West, February 18-21, at the Santa Clara Convention Center.

Emily from the Knitting Butterflies Podcast, and Boston Jen from the Down Cellar Studio podcast will also attend, as well as Joanna Johnson, who writes lovely childrens' books with adorable critters in knitwear.

 

Purlescence will have a basket for collecting #25000Tuques, Halos of Hope hats,  and preemie hats.

Saturday afternoon, there will be a podcaster meet up at the hotel bar, which we are planning to attend.

 

Here are the List of Stitches West Tips, and the Tracking Expenses Printout

 

Contest:(22:30)

 

We have a winner!

Photoknitgal!

 

#operationsockdrawer prize: The new prize is a skein  of Rare Woman Claire, and a  sock knitter profile tote, donated by One Twisted Tree

 

Parameters for participating in the #operationsockdrawer contest:

 

Participants: post a picture to the ravelry forum, or to instagram with the #operationsockdrawer, have your ravelry name on your instagram profile. Feel free to double dip your projects.

 

Projects will be judged on originality and general delightfulness.

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Mother Knows Best:(23:34)

 

This weeks motto: Anything worth doing, is worth doing right.

We mention David Reidy of the Sticks and String podcast.


 

Don't half-ass two things whole-ass one thing - Ron Swanson

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zl-HalherjQ


When Knitting Attacks:(28:29)

 

Gigi was attacked by her Tulips shawl. Seems like there are 5000 of them now, messing with her.

 

Review:(30:51)

 

This week we review

 

Knitlandia, by Clara Parks

 

And Sew On:(35:36)

 

Gigi has been working on Advent Calendar Christmas Stockings, and she describes what she has done so far.

 

Direct download: Episode_365.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:49pm PDT

 

This Director's Cut is brought to you without commercial interruption by Abstract Fiber, the best place to buy the most beautiful yarn and fibers ever.

 

Stephen is charming, funny, and as intensely unique as his designs. He also has a killer work ethic. "More is more, and less is a bore."

 

Things mentioned during this interview:

 

Stephen and Steven tour

Dotted Rays shawl

Swants

Askews Me dress

Stephen's yarn shop, Stephen and Penelope

HJaltalin

CocoKnits "Slap Bracelet" (Knitter's Keep)

StevenBE's shop

Rekjavik Jump (video)

Legally Blonde, the "Grab and toss" (aka, "the Bend and Snap")

The Kickstarter to fund the reality show

YOTH Yarns

 

 

Stephen can be found as westknits on Instagram, as westknits on Twitter, here on Facebook, as westknits on Ravelry. You can find his teaching schedule here.

Direct download: Directors_Cut_-_Stephen_West.mp3
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This week's episode is sponsored by:

Berry colorful yarnings bringing you unique self striping hand dyed yarns, tonal , overdyes, sock blanks, super fun kits and more... Berry Colorful Yarnings has your needs covered. From a Light fingering in a luxurious blend to a bulky 100% Superwash Merino and ALL the yarns in between, you will be able to find the perfect fit for your desired project.

Always open to custom requests, just email Michelle and together we make your color ideas come to life..

Next update will be on Jan 21st in the Etsy shop, you will find a Rainbow of color in the next 12 color self striping.. follow on Facebook, Instagram, Etsy or Ravelry to get the latest news on what Michelle is up to. 

Berry Colorful Yarnings, where color plays. 

 

Bijou Basin Ranch is your source for high-quality yarns spun from Tibetan yak, Qiviut, cashmere and other luxury fibers. Our yarns are made in the USA as well as abroad, and many are hand-dyed by notable indie dyers such as Miss Babs, Lattes & Llamas, and Lost City Knits. Our no-rinse, no residue fiber wash called Allure was specially  developed to care for high quality fibers. This month, enjoy 15% off your yarn purchase when you enter KNITMORE at checkout at bijoubasinranch.com.

Rich saturated color. Bold interesting combinations; dare we say shocking hues? Dragonfly Fibers is your source for beautiful quality yarns and fibers. Dragonfly Fibers creates hand-dyed, artisan yarns and fibers in vivid and sophisticated colorways. We can be found in select local yarn shops around the world and at fiber festivals such as Rhinebeck, Maryland Sheep and Wool, Vogue Knitting Live, STITCHES and SAFF. Come see us at STITCHES West, February 18-21st in Santa Clara, California. We'll be in booths 706, 708 and 710. You can shop on our site 24/7 at www.dragonflyfibers.com. Be sure to check out the link for our 2016 Club Dragonfly. Great designers, exclusive colorways and a bonus swag option! Discover why we say that Dragonfly Fibers is "The Colors of Happiness".

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Infinite Twist produces unique and luxurious hand-spun yarns that are crafted in a socially responsible way. Spun from hand-painted roving and hand-blended batts, our hand-spun yarns are a tactile delight for knitters. We also offer project kits that take the guess-work out of yarn and color selection, and hand-dyed mill-spun yarns in striking semi-solid colors. Find out more by visiting infinitetwist.com, or find us on Ravelry and Instagram as infinitetwist. Sign up for our newsletter for a free knitting pattern every month, and don’t forget to use offer code “knitmore”!
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Purlescence Yarns is Silicon Valley's destination fiber arts shop.  Our yarns are selected for both their beauty and sustainability.  Choose the perfect yarn and our Custom Fit service to help you make the perfect sweater. 
Create your own perfect yarns and fabrics with our extensive selection of spinning and weaving equipment, classes, and full service maintenance.

 


On The Needles:(:35)

 

Gigi is working on the 1000 Tulips shawl by Martina Behm #Behmalong, out of Rohrspatz und Wollmeise yarn.

 

Jasmin finished the Lina hat #25000Tuques

 

Gigi isn't happy with the quality of workmanship on her last hat, she will rip it out and reknit it.

 

Jasmin started another hat, the Queenie. She complained that Sam hat picked the Turn a Square Hat , which she has knitted already, instead of picking something new to her. She loves the Woolly Wormhead Hats, and has ordered yarn from White Birch Fiber Arts, in the color Travel Agent For Guilt Trips.

 

Gigi has been working on the mesh border of her Viajante  #Behmalong

 

Jasmin has been working on the Coronation cardigan for Genevieve, and has picked up the Elsa gloves for Genevieve again.

 

Gigi is almost done with the pink Kroy sock yarn socks.

 

Jasmin made a bit of progress on the Spock sweater. She also started another little sweater for Rex, the Landon Sweater out of Boys' Knits.


In Stitches:(17:35)

 

Gigi has been wearing handknit socks, and her pilly v-neck. Genevieve borrowed her Grey Citron

 

Genevieve wore the  Elsa cardigan, the Elsa hat,  and the Kapuzin hoodie.
 caterpillar cardigan , Debbie bliss open front cardigan and the baby mine cardigan,

Rex wore his Baby Vertebrae, and the Baby Puerperium that Cchellez knit.

 

 Gigi had been planning to wear a pair of socks from Hunter Hammersen's Knitters Curiosity Cabinet, but can't find shirts to match.


Events:(20:55)

 

We will be attending Stitches West, February 18-21, at the Santa Clara Convention Center.

Emily from the Knitting Butterflies Podcast, and Boston Jen from the Down Cellar Studio podcastwill also attend, as well as Joanna Johnson, who writes lovely childrens' books with adorable critters in knitwear.

 

Purlescence will have a basket for collecting #25000 Tuques and preemie hats.

 

Here are the List of Stitches West Tips, and the Tracking Expenses Printout


Contest:(23:33)

 

Operation Sockdrawer is back!

 

#operationsockdrawer prize: The new prize is a skein  of Rare Woman Claire, and a  sock knitter profile tote, donated by One Twisted Tree

Parameters for participating in the #operationsockdrawer contest:

 

Participants: post a picture to the ravelry forum, or to Instagram with the #operationsockdrawer, have your ravelry name on your Instagram profile. Feel free to double dip your projects.

 

Projects will be judged on originality and general delightfulness.

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Also, we have prizes for the Elizalong from A Good Yarn, they sent  the now unavailable Oh- Snap pouches from Namaste, and we got a half off coupon for a sweater's worth of yarn from Quince and Co. We are going to supplement the cost of the yarn to make a whole sweater. 

 

We are going to have a social media contest on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. The prize is going to be Spilly Jane Knits Mittens's new mitten book.

 

In the comments, post a haiku you have written, a story or something entertaining, original and delightful about mittens.


Mother Knows Best:(27:47)

 

This week we answer two questions from the "What do you want to hear about?" thread in the forum, one about our list of excellent books to buy  and knitting for the dogs.

Jasmin mentions Spinrite Patons A Dog's Life


When Knitting Attacks:(34:29)

 

 Jasmin is working on Genevieve's gloves, and the outline of Genevieve's hands seems to have been gifted as artwork. Also, she had knitted the pinky too tight, as they found out when they tried it on. Frog and do over.

 

Review:(37:35)

 

This week we review  Gertie's Ultimate Dress Book

 

We also mention Sew Many Dresses, Sew Little Time


And Sew On:(49:50)

 

Gigi bought woven and knitted interfacing at JoAnne's in quantity.

 

Also, she bought a panel of advent stockings at her local quilt store, and doing assembly line construction, and she is posting pictures of the process onto Facebook and Instagram. We are trying to figure out what to put in them for Genevieve, since candy and sweets turn her into a gremlin, and itty bitty toys are a choking hazard.

 

Direct download: Episode_364.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:24pm PDT

This weeks episode is sponsored by:

 

We'd like you to meet two very special yarns, Lily and Lotus! Both yarns are a luscious blend of yak, merino, and silk. They are naturally a light grey color, quite lovely as they are, but we just can't stop ourselves from putting lots of bright color on top. Overdyeing the grey mutes our brights just a little, making them richer and oh, so wearable. Lily is a worsted weight 4-ply with a very round structure that makes cables and textures pop. Lily's little sister Lotus is fingering weight with a tight twist. Perfect for socks, scarves, sweaters, or anything. Get Lily and Lotus at AbstractFiber.com 

You probably attend an event at least once a year. Sometimes events are all about shopping, but more often than not, events are a combination of shopping and education. When attending a show that combines classes and market place, shopping literally becomes dashes between classes. Time is short that your plan includes the necessary pit stop (crossing your fingers for short lines) and visits to my favorite or new vendor spot.

As a vendor, we do our best to bring the right amount of scents and products. We are thrilled when we have the product or scent you are looking for, but sometimes there is a sudden run on your favorite scent or product and the person in front of you just bought the last one. Being left wanting after waiting just stinks!

Wait and want no more because we've created the Easy Peasy Product Reservation. It's so simple and fast, you’ll LOVE the experience!

Go to our web site: www.Bar-Maids.com for directions, and we'll even text you a reminder during the event!

 

 

Every hobby needs organization, every project needs a place.  Erin.Lane bags helps you turn your fiber pasttime into neat and organized endeavor.  Our project bags, totes, and needle and notions organizers are everything you need to keep your fiber arts from fraying.

Infinite Twist produces unique and luxurious hand-spun yarns that are crafted in a socially responsible way. Spun from hand-painted roving and hand-blended batts, our hand-spun yarns are a tactile delight for knitters. We also offer project kits that take the guess-work out of yarn and color selection, and hand-dyed mill-spun yarns in striking semi-solid colors. Find out more by visiting infinitetwist.com, or find us on Ravelry and Instagram as infinitetwist. Sign up for our newsletter for a free knitting pattern every month, and don’t forget to use offer code “knitmore”!

Purlescence Yarns is Silicon Valley's destination fiber arts shop.  Our yarns are selected for both their beauty and sustainability.  Choose the perfect yarn and our Custom Fit service to help you make the perfect sweater.

Create your own perfect yarns and fabrics with our extensive selection of spinning and weaving equipment, classes, and full service maintenance.

 

 


On The Needles:(0:37)

 

Jasmin finished her fifth hat, #25000tuques #NewHomeNewHat (thanks to Rosemary Hill for the logo) this is Bumble hat, out of  Abstract Fiber, in  Alto "mousse" . C.C from the Geeky Girls recommended the Clover super pom maker,which Jasmin loves.

 

Gigi is working on a Woolly Wormhead hat out of Sheepspot from the tasting package.


Jasmin is also working on the Lina hat, out of Abstract Fiber “Plum” in Lily. Also she loves the Princess cake from Bijan's bakery.

 

Gigi cast on yet another pair of Vanilla socks out of  Opal.

Jasmin got herself measured for the #Elizalong. She is planning to start with the Helvetica out of  Quince and Company Osprey. She swatched and cast on.

 

Gigi worked  bit more on a pair of neon Vanilla socks out of Opal.

Jasmin has picked up an WIP, the Coronation cardigan.

 

Gigi also found her AWOL Kroy socks and is working on the second sock.


In In Stitches:(16:29)

 

Gigi wore her Katarina, and a cardigan from a swap, the Knitmore cowl, the grey Citron, a pre-Ravelry v-neck, and Jaywalker socks.

 

Jasmin wore the Tess Ribbi cardi,  and the Citrus Mondo Cable cardi.

 

Genevieve wore the  Elsa cardigan, the Elsa hat, and Bumble hat, and the Kapuzin hoodie.
 caterpillar cardigan , Debbie bliss open front cardigan and the baby mine cardigan, and the

Baby Puerperium that Cchellez knit.


Events:(22:30)

 

We will be attending Stitches West, February 18-21, at the Santa Clara Convention Center.

Emily from the Knitting Butterflies Podcast, and Boston Jen from the Down Cellar Studio podcast will also attend, as well as Joanna Johnson, who writes lovely childrens' books with adorable critters in knitwear.

 

Purlescence will have a basket for collecting #25000 Tuques  and preemie hats. 

 

Here are the List of Stitches West Tips, and the Tracking Expenses Printout.

 


Contest:(24:34)

 

Operation Sockdrawer is back!

 

#operationsockdrawer prize: The new prize is a skein  of Rare Woman Claire, and a  sock knitter profile tote, donated by One Twisted Tree

Parameters for participating in the #operationsockdrawer contest:

 

Participants: post a picture to the ravelry forum, or to instagram with the #operationsockdrawer, have your ravelry name on your instagram profile. Feel free to double dip your projects.

 

Projects will be judged on originality and general delightfulness.

 

Mother Knows Best:(25:57)

 

Gigi suggests using Command Hooks to hang quilting templates and sewing rulers.

 

When Knitting Attacks:(27:57)

 

Gigi was attacked by the mesh part of her Viajante and had to tink back and tink down.

 

She ripped back quite a bit of her 1000 Tulips shawl by Martina Behm #Behmalong, out of Rohrspatz und Wollmeise yarn, and is now back on track.

 

Her Kroy socks were hiding. Also, her set of hat needles were AWOL and now are back and she can knit hats again.


Review:(32:50)

 

This week we review Spilly Jane Knits Mittens

 

Straw into Gold:(40:12)

 

Jasmin has been playing on the Acadia wheel. She is spinning Abstract Fiber superwash merino in “Rockstar”.

 

Direct download: Episode_363.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:11am PDT