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Apr 23 2009

episode 68: “I will make me love you”

Published by Meghan at 5:45 pm under Babble,knitting,Podcast Episode,Spinning

here’s the new episode. show notes will be updated tonight!

episode 68: “I will make me love you”

on/off the needles:
-fairly fair isle steeked sweater is DONE! i wore it this week, but ran into a problem during the wash process. another learning opportunity! (pictures soon!)
-what i liked about the pattern, what i would change
-for the love of socks

arent they pretty?

aren't they pretty? and the awesome sock yarn i’m knitting with

-spinning on the patio, and plans for the garden
-adventures with lost hearing aids

-spinning for sock yarn
-frecklefacefibers hand dyed merino roving
-recreating stash sock yarns

favorite thing:
Africa’s Best Ultimate Herbal Oil

2 responses so far

2 Responses to “episode 68: “I will make me love you””

  1. Andrea (noricum)on 24 Apr 2009 at 2:21 pm

    Squeeee! I finally got a chance today to blog the *wonderful* prize you sent me!!!!

    Thank you so much!!!!

    For the sweater, I’d recommend re-washing it (possibly with a stain remover on the spots in non-fair isle portions), rinsing until the bleeding stops, and then giving it a vinegar rinse to set any remaining dye. (And then another rinse to get rid of the vinegar, of course.) Get out as much water as you can by gently squeezing, and then rolling in towels and standing on the rolled towels. The less water in the sweater while it’s drying, the less it’ll bleed.

    Thinking about how I use dpns, I *think* I have the left needle over the right when starting the new needle, and then coming up with the working needle from below. Of course, I don’t have a set in front of me to try.

    I’m so sorry to hear about the hearing aids! I hope they’re found soon, or that the school replaces them!

    Ouch! I hope your hand feels better soon! Do you think that using a felted handle cozy would work? I’m not sure if it would be okay to stay on in the oven, but if you put it on when you took it out, it would save you from doing something similar again. (Of course the memory of the pain probably will too…) *hugs*!

  2. Carolineon 13 Jun 2009 at 4:57 pm

    I also use Vaseline to take off makeup. It works fabulously.