Episode 176 – One for You, Six for Me

Episode 176

Laura is knitting on some afterthought heel socks out of Knitter’s Nightmare in the Welcome Worm colorway.  She has also started Jinx by Susan Claudino out of Dancing Dog Dyeworks Waltz Worsted in the Frankenweenie base.  She is knitting it on size 4 needles.

We mention Marion1’s new pattern, Cafe Macchiato

Leslie is knitting on FrankenFingers out of Tulips & Vegetables from Knitter’s Nightmare.  She has also started some plain vanilla socks out of Patons Kroy.  She is knitting the Delancey Sweater in Plus Size by Alexis Winslow out of Fat Squirrel Fibers in Medallion Red & Leslie Is A Lush.

Laura has finished a Drizzle hat on size 5 needles using Another Crafty Girl’s Simple DK in

Lagoon. She has also finished a pair of Interlocked socks by Lisa Beamer. She  used size 2 needles and sport weight yarn from the Unique Sheep in the Zombie colorway.  She also test knit the pattern Path Less Traveled by Lynn Zimmerman for the September giftables club of The Loopy Ewe on size 7 needles using Malabrigo Worsted.

Leslie has finished a Clapotis out of Wollmeise 100% fingering in the roter himbeermund on size 6/4.00mm needles.  She has also finished the in Threes sweater.

Laura has started spinning Hello Yarn on Superwash Merino in the Hot Stuff Colorway.  She has finished the Alpaca/Silk from Gale’s Art and has 300 yards of a 2-ply.

Leslie has not spun this week.

Book Review: Fresh Designs Kids by Cooperative Press $16.95

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Halloween CAL

Spinzilla

Shenendoah Valley Fiber Fest & the Girls Weekend

Arkansas Giveaway

Extra Yarn Kit Giveaway

Mini Hand cards

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About Leslie

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.

One Response to Episode 176 – One for You, Six for Me

  1. Brenda Childs says:

    Pleasantly surprised to find this blog chat! I didn’t think I’d watch the whole thing but found I wanted to see what you gals had to say next so I took out my knitting and turned off the tv. I love that you have the same challenges that I have! I finally feel like I’ve found kindred spirits! I don’t have friends who knit nor do I belong to any groups. Knitting is just starting to gain momentum here in Vernon, British Columbia. We have a beautiful yarn shop that has been open about a year now. She is beginning to get busy so is able to bring in more yarn/patterns. We are encouraging everyone to shop at the store so that she can continue her business here. I have many projects on the go while I’m convalescing my shoulder after surgery (I was elated to realize that I could knit but not much else!) I wish I’d found you gals sooner!

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