Episode 45 – Superbowl Sunday

Laura and Leslie have lots of projects on the needles, and Leslie even has some spinning! Laura reviews a baby hat book and introduces a new segment called “Finish or Frog?”.

The quality on this one isn’t as crystal clear as I’d like, so I’ll fix that one for next time.

Laura is knitting on a “Single Men” cowl out of Malabrigo Twist in the Pearl Ten colorway (I think).  I’m knitting on an Ishbel shawl out of Casbah for my swap partner. I’ve also worked on the Make It Work Shawl out of Mababrigo Worsted in the Ravelry Red colorway.  Washington Square out of New Zealand Aran Wool is a whole 2 inches longer!  I also have some Twisted Fiber Arts in the Ravelry colorway socks.  You can find Piddleloop bags (she just had a Valetine’s Day update) here.

Leslie is knitting on the Pogona shawl out of Wollmeise in Bluebell.  She is also test knitting the broken hand mitts for Wendy.

There are no FOs to show although the Starving Artist Hat has been finished and you can find the pattern here.

Spinning: Leslie is finished with the Cloudlover Fiber in Decay.  She got 366 yards of a 3-ply fingering weight.  Help her vote on what to spin next by leaving a comment on the blog and be entered to win a prize!

Finish it or Frog it!  You can vote on our Ravelry board.

Happy Birthday Beck, Carin, Melissa, and Jadee!

Book Review: Baby Beenies by Amanda Keyes

Saltine Goldfish are the bomb!

Spin-Along on theknitgirllls group.  Go and vote!

Lo-Lo Bars by Bar-Maids

Pattern Tamers versus Highlighting Tape.

Dangercrafts has a new baby bird pattern called Chubby Chirps!  So cute!

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Leslie is obsessed with knitting, and when possible, perfection in her knitting. All stripey socks must match exactly and all lace must be blocked severely. She has major love for all of her viewers/readers and hopes to keep blogging and podcasting for years to come.

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