On the Needles:(2:40)
Gigi's (RAVELRY LINK) Rocky Coast cardigan, is in time out.
Gigi is working on the (RAVELRY LINK) Flickering shawl. She picked up stitches for the borderJasmin cast on the (RAVELRY LINK) September Morn pullover by Thea Colman in Neighborhood Fiber Co’s Studio Worsted in “Fair Fight.”
Gigi knit to the heel of the (RAVELRY LINK) Churfirsten socks (from the Operation Sock Drawer book
Gigi is enjoying the (RAVELRY LINK) Excavation, a diagonal fringed scrap blanket
Gigi pinned and basted zipper into Katje
Jasmin is going to cast on (RAVELRY LINK) a sockhead cowl for Genevieve.
Gigi cast on a Sockhead cowl in teal, from Little Red Bicycle
Gigi finished knitting the socks for Andrew.
She sewed up another tentacle on Opus the Octopus.Jasmin is working on the Gramps cardigan for Sam
Gigi: cast on a pair of Xmas socks for herself, Socks on a plane, in Peppermint Stick from Oink
Gigi wore the (RAVELRY LINK) knitmore cowl and socks every day, and Cat Bordhi’s wristers
Gigi gifted some socks and shawls to her college roomie
#Grinchalong2020 is over. Packing prizes next week.
Stitches at home February 5-7, 2021
Stitches West 2021 has been canceled
Stitches West 2022 will be in Sacramento, March 3-6, 2022
Mother Knows Best:(26:06)
Dr Gemma talks about managing anxiety on CogKnitive
When Knitting Attacks: (52:43)
Churfirsten socks. Gigi started knitting, following instructions for the wrong size
She was fighting with the edging on the Flickering shawl.
Rocky Coast cardigan sleeve is too tight.
She ripped out the Socks on a Plane and started it leg down
The Marina cardigan has a hole.
Jasmin ran out of yarn.
Straw into Gold:(56:02)
Jasmin is 2 oz away from finishing spinning the CVM fleece. She is spinning it in an attenuated woolen CVM on her Majacraft Little Gem. Planning to spin for the Monarch sweater.Jasmin talks about the Monarch sweater.
Knits in Space:(58:23)
Kelly Wearstler's MasterClass and a take away was “let your collections be part of your decor.”
So see your house as a living biopic, with lighting in the role of director (“Think about it as a way to guide the eye around a room,” she says), the palette playing the supporting cast of characters (“You need to keep in mind the way colors communicate with each other. There should be a natural dialogue”), and your passions and collections, of course, as the star.
And Sew On: (1:05:13)