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Jul 15 2008

Episode 31: “What could happen in a year?”

Published by Meghan at 10:00 pm under Babble,Dying,knitting,Podcast Episode,Spinning

Episode 31: “What could happen in a year?”

Green Mountain Spinnery is having their 17th Annual Knitters Retreat the weekend of September 26-28th and will have Kate Gilbert (designer of the clapotis, bird in the hand mittens, and arwen) teaching some classes there!!
Be sure to go and check out Green Mountains yarns as well, they do all look SO lovely, support local shepherds, and are organic or darn close to it! they also look like they’re as close to handspun as you can get! i love it!!!

Midwest Fiber and Folk Festival is this weekend in Crystal Lake, IL. Come say hi!

Knitting On/Off:
-Handspun Shrug is done…will post photos after i weave in ends and block it….
-knitting at night podcast with casey came just in time…i’m going to go EZ style!!!
-Socks! cast on the Embossed Leaves Socks

-New job=New routines and they’re going well
-School again?
-Clutter, meet shredder!!!
-Little man’s progress, and what it was like 1 year ago

Dying (and some spinning):
-need to spin for HHHH….HAVE to get that started ASAP!!!
-new wheel?…no….Muffler?!…YES!
-comparing dyes: Wiltons Food Coloring, Jacquard Dyes, and Cushing Dyes
-heat setting methods
-Superwash, all the way!

Favorite Thing:
Sigur Ros is my FAVORITE this week. i LOVE the music. SO good. go check out some of their music

3 responses so far

3 Responses to “Episode 31: “What could happen in a year?””

  1. Cindyon 17 Jul 2008 at 12:27 pm

    I would love to do a knit a long for a BSJ, Feb baby or lady sweater. I am mikeslittlesis on Ravelry.

  2. Bev from Chicagoon 09 Aug 2008 at 1:52 pm

    Which of Casey’s podcasts were you referring to? Is it her 2nd one with the appropriate title of “EZ”?

  3. Bev from Chicagoon 09 Aug 2008 at 2:10 pm

    You commented on not knowing how many yards a EZ project takes since she uses ounces. I, too, used the system of checking completed EZ projects, but I found a better way via one of Kelly Petkun’s podcasts in her KnitPicks podcasts. It is on Episode 56: What’s the weight about? I hope this helps.