Thank you for tuning in this week – I really appreciated everyone who continues to follow the show week after week. Thank you especially to our Patreon subscribers who keep the show on the air week in and out. There will be a LIVE Stream for Patreon subscribers this weekend: Sunday, May 14th at 0800hrs… Continue reading Episode 69: Sheep to Shawl
Thank you for joining me this week! Welcome to all and thank you especially to all Patreon subscribers of the show. You are the ones who keep the show on the air week after week! This week, I quickly recap my spinning projects which are slowly seeing some progress. I have made significant progress of… Continue reading Episode 68: Shoreline
Recently, Norah asked for some new sweaters to add to her ‘collection’ – she has a drawer full of hand knit sweaters from when James was a baby and I knit quite a few then for both kids to wear. Sadly, they are now too small but she continues to want them in her dresser… Continue reading norah sparkles
Recently, we traveled on the ferry to see my family, who live on Vancouver Island. The night before, as I was packing to get ready to go, Norah asked for the first time ever to wear her handknit purple sweater I’d made her for Christmas 2015. The kids never wore their sweaters because I’d made… Continue reading playful stripes
Thank you for tuning in this week! I chat about my newest spin in progress from Kinfolk Yarn & Fibre, a teaser is shared about Wool n’ Spinning Radio, a cardigan for Norah from some old handspun, and lastly, more chatter about the Colour Studies I’m working on. I hope you enjoy the show! For… Continue reading Episode 53: Mardi gras, tiny cardigan & more colour
There is something very satisfying about clearing off the needles and finishing up projects that have languished a long time. One of those projects is this one but not because it was on the needles for eons, mostly it is because it took a long time to spin, ply and finish. This project lasted almost… Continue reading Mammoth of a project. For real.
Over the years, I have knit many many sweaters*. And I’ve made tons of mistakes: Yarn too dense for a pattern, yarn knit at too dense a gauge, yarn knit at too loose a gauge, wrong pattern for yarn chosen, poor fit, sleeves too tight, sleeves too loose, yoke too shallow, yoke too deep, button band… Continue reading sweater knitting.