This week's episode is sponsored by:
This week's episode is sponsored by:
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Dragonfly Fibers creates hand-dyed, artisan yarns and fibers in vivid and sophisticated colorways. We are ending our run as owners and have sold the business to Canon Hand Dyes and White Birch Fiber Arts. If you're in the Washington, DC area, please come to our final holiday party on December 7th at our studio in Kensington, Maryland. More details can be found in our Ravelry group, on our Facebook page or on our Instagram feed.
Thank you for 11 wonderful years! We hope you continue to love and support Dragonfly Fibers as it evolves with its new owners.
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.
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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
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On the Needles:(0:32)
Jasmin FINISHED her Polwarth pullover.
Jasmin has finished both fronts and the back on the Jedi cardigan .
Gigi was working on a baby wrap cardigan out of Hue Loco for the True North Hearts and Hands donation.
Body is done. Started a sleeves Started a pink Wee Envelope. Left sleeve is done
Jasmin is at the toe on her on her White Birch Fiber Arts socks in "A Study in Peach, Mint".
Gigi worked on the Regia Pairfect All socks are done, need ends woven in.
Regia Kidperfect: these could have been 3 pairs. Lucy Neatby’s garter short row heel.
Gigi: Also Patons Kroy: Vanilla is the new black sock
Gigi wove in ends for a languishing sock. White, gray, blues color stripes in Kroy
Gigi started the last ball of yarn for the polygon blanket
We will be collecting hats (locally) for refugees in New England:
Maine Access Immigrant Network
237 Oxford St., Suite 25A
Portland, ME 04101
- #ChooseYourOwnAdventureKAL is ongoing.
-#MyRhineBIPOCSweater (need a catchy hashtag)
- #BIPOCMAL2019 Sep-Nov
-Stitches West Feb 20 -23
- True North Hearts and Hands donations:
-We will take a break from podcasting from January until March.
If you have suggestions for what to bring for the Podcast Tune-Up, let us know!
In Stitches (17:51)
Gigi is wearing her A-line skirt from the beginning clothing construction class
Nightshirts with modesty panel. Night cap, Knitmore cowl
Mother Knows Best:(21:41)
This week we answer a question from the “What do you want to hear about?” thread about
getting kids engaged in crafts. Jasmin mentions the Cricket loom
When Knitting Attacks: (29:11)
Gigi: hadn’t worked on the polygon blanket for so long, forgot what I needed to do. Didn’t
read the pattern. Had to tink the second row because it needs to be purled
Jasmin- messed up the garter stitch cardigan three different ways. Jasmin miscounted when setting up
the jacquard floats on Genevieve’s Christmas sweater.
Gigi made mistakes on her Wee envelope
Straw into Gold: (34:58)
Took bad wool and Louet Victoria to preschool for simple machine special project.
And Sew On:(45:44)
In Gigi’s sewing class at Cañada College, muslin for the bodice. Gigi made a new , clean bodice muslin
Couture Embellishments class at West Valley College continues.
Assignment said to make lace. Gigi is working on drawn thread work.
Midterm assignment: I put Tulle over the design and basted lines with yellow thread. Used tailors chalk to
copy lines onto jeans, opened side seam so I have room to work . Next step is couching the
crochet cotton lines onto the denim.