Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Live Stream this week! It was a lot of fun and there was a lot of snow talk – never a dull moment, let me tell you! Welcome to new and returning viewers – I really appreciate you taking the time out of your day and tuning in. This week, I answer a very long question about combing versus carding equipment and what one could think about when starting to add tools to one’s fibre preparation kit. I include a review of Plum Deluxe Tea from Oregon and there is a coupon code [welfordpurls15] for everyone to enjoy 15% off your order. I have several spins that I am still plugging away on but since I haven’t been well, I have made zero progress on them! Instead, I have been knitting up a storm on my Stone Point poncho, which is finished. I’ve also finished, but need to reknit, my Veronika cardi by Shannon Cook and I added a much-needed pom pom to Norah’s Shanti Toque!
Link to the Etsy shop that had Norah’s pom pom is here: KitchenKlutter
Projects I talked about today:
1. Shanti Hat (crochet) by Robyn Devine project page
2. SweetGeorgia Yarns’ SW BFL Amethyst spin
3. Kinfolk Yarn and Fibre’s Etsy shop is here
4. Disdero Ranch Romney & Mohair pin-drafted roving spin – cream
More linkies and things happening in the Ravelry group:
The ASK ANYTHING thread is here for those with burning questions – remember, you can ask anything, literally!
Ravelry Group can be found here – please join!
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!
Until next time,