No matter what you need, the barmaids have you covered from head to toe. Face pudding to keep you smiling, Lolo lips keep them kissable, probiotic deodorant for keeping you fresh as a rose, oh for feet’s sake to keep your feet soft and sandal ready, and the Lolo body bar for everything in between. You can find all this - and more! at bar-maids.com
Dragonfly Fibers creates hand-dyed, artisan yarns and fibers in vivid and sophisticated colorways. We can be found in select local yarn shops and at fiber festivals such as Rhinebeck, Maryland Sheep and Wool, Vogue Knitting Live, STITCHES and SAFF. We also have a bi-monthly yarn club called Club Dragonfly. You can join on a pro-rated basis and receive three more shipments, with or without bonus swag.
Chicagoland folks can find us at STITCHES Midwest in booths 304/306/308 from August 1st-4th in Schaumburg, Illinois.
All of our products are available on our website, www.dragonflyfibers.com. Come see why we say that Dragonfly Fibers are the colors of happiness.
Ever face the tedious task of having to drop down and correct a mistake in your knitting? The Fix-A-Stitch is here to help! It’s a double-ended tool that uses a patented method to change stitches from knit to purl or purl to knit quick and easy. Check our website for great tutorials and other ways to use it. The tool comes in a package of three for light, medium or bulky weights. A lace weight tool is sold separately. Fix-A-Stitch is available at local yarn shops around the country. More information available at www.fixastitch.com.
Carry your creativity with Erin Lane Bags! Whether you show your fiber fandom with the woolly wonder Sheepleverse, or dive into history with the Curiosities collection, our project bags, totes, and hook and needle organizers are at the ready to keep your hobby happy.
We all have it, we all snicker about it.
Whether it’s eyelash, boucle, or just generally furry, it’s hard to find projects for novelty yarn.
With a sweet face, spiraling horns, and delightfully rotund body, Friendsheep by Cate Carter-Evans lets you transform your novelty and textured yarns into sweet, fleecy little friends. Pattern available on Ravelry; more info at infinitetwist.com
Books plus knitting plus happy memories. That’s Little Skein in the Big Wool. We make kits, yarn and project bags that bring your favorite stories to life. Find *your* favorite story at littleskein.com
On the Needles:(0:34)
Thank you, LittleSkeinAnne for co-hosting in Mom's absence!
** admin update. Episodes 101-491 aren’t available until we finish admin work on them.
The body of Jasmin’s Dissent Cardigan is complete, first sleeve is done, second sleeve is past the
Anne is knitting an Ama sweater in her hand-dyed Merino Sport.
Jasmin is still casting on a Panjereh top by Christina Danaee out of Neighborhood Fiber Co Studio sock
Anne cast on a Pebbles & Pathways Sock, designed by heybrownberry, in her Smooth Sock club
colorway “Marilla’s Amethyst Brooch.” (This is for Sock School)
Jasmin mentions Diane (Lady Dye Yarns) and a Rhinebeck Garment MAL we're collaborating on! We
talk about a Rhinebeck Lonely Hearts type club.
Jasmin is making some slow progress on her Viajante. Jasmin mentions getting to see Patti LuPone in
concert, and Brenda's French Soul Food (restaurant).
Jasmin mentions her Tundra pullover.
Most of Anne’s knitting time has gone to an upcoming kit sample (Hiirnaqtuq) designed by Caroline Dick
which is inspired by a children’s book about an Inuktitut mother’s love for her child and their arctic landscapes.
Anne finished a two-night project: Alfalfa (baby) Hat by Kate Gagnon Osborn.
In Stitches (22:39)
San Francisco summer means Karl the Fog and sweater weather. Anne has been wearing her Birkin
sweater (now steeked into a cardigan), Ursa by Jacqueline Cieslak (bulky cropped pullover, knit in a
bright ruby red grapefruit color for cheerfulness in the damp grey weather), Water & Stone by
Veera Valimaki, and her Soldotna Crop by Caitlin Hunter.
Jasmin wore her Sprig pullover in San Francisco.
Anne has also been wearing two different styles of the Odacier “Thea Rachelle Raglan” pattern, both
are short sleeve, and one is regular mid-hip length and the other is tunic length and she made it to wear
under her Soldotna. Both are made from Kaufman Essex Yarn-Dyed Linen.
Jasmin talks about Rick Mondragon's Knit to Fit class, and proportion.
- #ChooseYourOwnAdventureKAL is ongoing. Anne mentions Amy Herzog's CustomFit.
- Stash Dash :May 24 till August 24. Hosted by the Knitgirllls
- May 31 till end of August: Two Ewes Not Along
Not knitting, crochet, spinning or weaving
-Tour de Fleece: July 6-28,
Mother Knows Best:(37:14)
This week we answer a question from the "What do you want to hear about?" thread about how we
squeak in our knitting time. Where do you find time to knit?
Jasmin talks about Sultana.
When Knitting Attacks:(47:52)
Anne’s beagle attacked her ball of Do or Donut.
Online Activism for the Conflict Averse
Anne’s Instagram: @littleskeinanne
Book recommendations: So You Want to Talk about Race by Ijeoma Oluo and White Fragility by
Anti-racism educators: Where Change Started, Layla Saad, Rachel Cargle
- If you're consuming their writing, please buy your teachers a KO-FI.
- Engage in social proof. (Hit the like button) Signal boost posts from people of color.
- Diversify purchases and buy from POC.
- If you have a question, start with googling your question.
- What is tone policing? (Don't tell a person of color that they would be more effective, if they were "nice")
- Signal boost salient comments, so they rise to the top
- The "An Unfinished Object" blog, Follow it, and support it
Tour de Fleece:(1:35:58)
Driveband and WW woes. Genevieve drop spindles! Jasmin mentions sewn drive bands.
Join Team Sasquatch if you haven't done so already.Also, be mindful of your body. Ergonomics. Make sure you are Knitting Comfortably
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