WnS Ep. 266: Handspun, woven Ms & Ws Stole; Pressed Flowers & More!

Woven Ms & Ws Stole; Spindle Spun Cormo; Pressed Flowers & Brioche! | Wool n’ Spinning | Episode 266 | Today, we chat about how Ms & Ws works in a draft, weaving with handspun, progress on Pressed Flowers & so much more! #useyourhandspun #woolnspinning

Dear Spinning Circle,

Live Stream: Tuesday, May 2nd @ 10am Pacific / 12noon Central / 1pm Eastern / 6pm GMT

Direct YouTube link here 

Thank you for being here today, especially those who were able to make it to the Live Stream. I appreciate your time spent here in this place with me. You are most welcome. I hope you feel most welcome because you are welcome here.

Enjoy the show!

There is a lot going on in our community! Ketchup & Pickles for October 2022 here.

If you are curious about what happens in our community, please click the links below, reach out to me: rachel @ welfordpurls (dot) com, or Instagram/Ravelry/Slack (for Patreon members, @welfordpurls_admin)

On & Off the Bobbins

On the Bobbins

WestCoast Colour ‘Toothy’ in grellow – Majacraft Rose, 27:1 (Ravelry Project Page here)

Crafty Jaks Boutique Rolags – Organic Polwarth & Sari Silk; Mirkwood Support Spindle (Ravelry Project Page here)

Kainuu Harmaa from Amber;lock pop to open the locks, then carded, spun continuous backwards with gentle smoothing (Ravelry Project Page here)

On & Off the Needles

In Progress – Knitting

Pressed Flowers Cardigan by Amy Christoffers – Disdero Ranch ‘Mocha’ (Alpaca-Corriedale, light sport weight) & Hello Yarn  O. Polwarth (Ravelry Page here), 3.5mm needles (Ravelry Project Page here)

Newspaper (Pullover) by Joji Locatelli – Gathering Yarn Brook Farm Fingering in Dark Brown & Coral, 3.00mm needles {Ravelry Project Page here}

Catbells Cardigan by Megan Nodecker – Disdero Ranch CVMco WOrsted, colour green (dyed in the wool), 5.00mm needles {Ravelry Project Page here}

Community Inspiration // Participation

As always, thank you to those who share in the community, uploading photos and thoughts about what you are working on! I appreciate it – it’s my pleasure to be able to share!

Thank you so much for joining me today!

Until then, Happy Making!

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