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On The Needles:(0:32)
Jasmin has a FO: she totally finished her Kapuzin sweater, out of Lisa Souza yarn in color that works for Genevieve and Beanzilla as well, in Hardtwist, in the St Louis Blues colorway. Grosgrain ribbon, buttons, ends woven in, size and name label sewn in. #stashdash2015
Gigi finished her Gansey socks and two preemie hats.
Jasmin is making good progress on the Three Color Cashmere cowl by Joji Locatelli out of Pepperberry Knits cashmere.
Gigi has worked a bit on the Fractal Danger shawl by Martina Behm, #behmalong out of Abstract Fiber Supersock + in the Danger colorway, which was part of the House Special by the Barmaids.
Jasmin has started on the Spectral Cowl out of a Cephalopod Yarns gradient kit. Gigi is working on the Viajante, in Kilimanjaro yarn from Miss Babs.
Jasmin is swatching for a new Playful Stripes Cardigan by Alana Dako for Genevieve, out of Regia 6 ply. Jasmin mentions her Ariann.
There will be an eight week hiatus when Beanzilla arrives, Jasmin is hoping to air our interviews from Stitches West 2015 while we are not recording.
We were very impressed by Mark Eidman, the judge at Blacksheep Gathering. We loved the food at Dar Essalam, Off the Waffle, Papa's Soul Food and Marchė.
We were charmed by the accommodations at the Timbers motel.
Gigi spun on her Jenkins spindle, Jasmin spun on her Hansen's Mini Spinner and the RAVPower® Xtreme Battery. We bumped into Shilo from Spin Control !
We enjoyed the company of Carin of the Knit Wits, AmyDe, Sonia Ruyts and Liz from Stash, and the lovely Sivia Harding
- May 22 to August 14: Stash Dash (invented by the Knit Girllls)
- July 4-26: Tour de Fleece
- July 21 to Sept 21: Summer of Lace and Beads
We have a winner this week! Photoknitgal won a skein of Invictus Yarn in the Torrent colorway
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:(40:37)
This week we answer a question from the "What do you want to hear about?" thread in the forum
about oiling a spinning wheel. We like the blue Scott Shop Towels.
Schacht instructions on oiling wheels
This week we purloin High Note from Paula from Knitting Pipeline and On A Happy Note from Boston Jen of Down Cellar Studio.
Kudos to AVIS car rental!
This week we review
Sew Many Dresses, Sew Little Time: by Tanya Whelan
Straw Into Gold:(54:03)
Tour de Fleece Training, Week 5, clean your wheel. We use Murphy's Oil Soap, Woodbeams, and diaper rags from Tiny Tots
Congratulations to Janet Heppler for winning Best in Show at the Black Sheep Gathering.
Gigi spun on her Jenkins Turkish Delight and admired his new style of spindle made out of horn.
And Sew On:(59:08)
Jasmin is enjoying handsewing and has been finishing the Kapuzin, using our grosgrain ribbon tutorial and the couture button tutorial.
She has bought backing buttons from the same dry cleaning catalog where we get out dry cleaner bags for storing fleece and yarn and fabric.
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