Thank you for tuning in this week! Thank you to new and returning viewers of the show, and a huge thank you to those who support the show through Patreon – you guys are the ones who keep it on the air month to month! This week, I am constantly interrupted by the kids – thank you for your patience. I answer a question that has been asked several times over the past few months about storing raw fleece and whether to process it all in one go or not. I chat about a couple of spins I have on the wheel – including one that is a pay-it-forward for a wheel I received in Victoria at ANWG. I share some major progress on my POP! Blanket that I set out and organized while we were camping this past week. Lastly, I share some project planning that I have been dreaming about. The show ends with a new segment around health and well-being that I wanted to share with you about my journey towards fitness. Enjoy the show!
I’m still waiting to hear from people who won during Tour de Fleece – please have a listen to see if you won!
The ASK ANYTHING thread is here for those with burning questions – remember, you can ask anything, literally!
Stay tuned for an extra episode of Wool n’ Spinning Radio this month announcing all the winners from Tour de Fleece – Good Luck!
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Don’t forget to contribute to the Gorgeous and Inspiring Handspun Bundle on the Ravelry group to keep each other inspired! Have a pattern you particularly like for handspun? Contribute to the Pattern bundle here. You only need to be a member of the group to contribute to bundles!
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We have several SPAKALs and spin-alongs (SALs) happening in the group – Our yearly #zerotohero2017, our Stashdown SAL and our current Breed & Colour Study. We also just started a Year of the Haps along. Please join anything that calls to you!
Projects I talked about this week:
- SweetGeorgia Yarns’ SW BFL in Amethyst project page here
- Corespun yarn for Theresa project page here
- POP blanket by TinCanKnits project page here
If you are wondering about something specifically, please don’t hesitate to contact me by leaving a comment below!
Until next time,