Lots of spinning. A cable sweater of greatness. A goodbye message. (This is the last podcast. Thank you all so much for everything amazing you've done and how uplifting you've all been!)Show notes available upon request.
Don't get alcohol poisoning.Rhinebeck recap. Stripey things. Amazingness.Giveaway! Letterpress pattern by Sara Bauer of Yarns at Yin Hoo. In the Ravelry group.Finished:Fingerless or Not Gloves by Paula McKeever in Must Stash Yarn Perfect Sock,
Finished Rhinebeck Sweaters (will I see you there?). A little bit of spinning and knitting of little bits.Finished:Clarke Pullover by Jane Richmond in handspun merino from Into the Whirled, colorway Godrick's Hollow and Cascade 220 natural.Colo
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Visits with large lambs. Rhinebeck sweater(s). Two new games. Making paneer in a thunderstorm. You know, a typical day on the farm... Finished:Snake Skin by Ashley Solley in Another Crafty Girl Come and Play minis and Leading Men Fiber Arts Lo
An attempt an audio supplement for book discussions. It may take me a few episodes to figure out this format, and I am very interested to hear what you think.Chapters 1-3 of In Defense of Food by Micheal PollanMusic: Clucking the Classics with
Knitting that makes my heart go pitter patter.Finished:Wee Chickadee by Ysolda Teague in Louet Gems Spinning: 3ply2waysCattywampus club colorway from Into the WhirledDon't You Find it So? on Corriedale from Hello YarnIn Progress:Stay Shiny clu
Finished:Samen by Steven West in Malabrigo Silkpaca Lace colorways Pearl, Lettuce, Frank Ochre, Olive and IndiecitaShard by Romi Hill in Voice of Reason on Twinkle Sock from Another Crafty GirlGodrick's Hollow club colorway from Into the Whirle
Shawls with ties to friends. Baby sweaters (of course!). Finished:All-in-one Baby Top by Marianna Mel in Turtle Made sport weight yarnBaby Amanda Hat by Gina House in Malabrigo RiosIn Progress:Shard by Romi Hill in Voice of Reason on Twinkle So
Baby goats interfere with our visit to see the newborn lambs. A little bit of baby knitting and some bird calls. Acquisitions from The Fiber Event at Greencastle.The video is also available on YouTube.All-in-one Baby Top by Marianna Mel in Turt
Lots of spinning. Shawl and baby knitting. Roosters crowing. (sometimes loudly. And there is a little wind, so take caution if you are using ear buds! Sorry!!)Also available to stream on YouTubeNew Podcast:NWJenn.comOther show notes available u
Baby goats. Baby knits. An improbable number of eggplants.Also available to stream on YouTube.Finished:Super-Natural Stripes by f. pea in scrapsBerry Baby Hat by Michele Sabatier in scrapsFinn in the colorway Roundabout from Three Waters FarmAl
Also available on YouTube.Review of Knitting Pipeline Retreat. Finished knitting and spinning. I recorded this so long ago, these notes may be incomplete. Please let me know if you have any questions!!Finished:Shaelyn by Leila Raabe in Fresh fr
Watch and Subscribe on YouTube.New Spinning. Old Spinning. Sock knitting. Cables! The winner of Cast Iron, Cast On is announced.SpinningCorriedale in Fall Sunshine from Three Waters FarmBoostrap Paradox club colorway from Into the WhirledSurren
A finished cabled cardigan. Nearly Done socks. Two garments which I test knit last year from Cast Iron, Cast On - a new book of knitting patterns and seasonal recipes. Finished:Graham by Cecily Glowik MacDonald in Lost City Knits Hard Working W
Two sweaters. Down wool spinning. Neon sock. Finished:Bedford by Michelle Wang in Jill Draper Makes Stuff, Hudson, colorway LilacTarghee in String of Hearts from Three Waters FarmCandy Shop batt from Knit Spin FarmSouthdown roving from my sheep
Baby goat update (and jumping). A new shawl and the five shawls I wear the most (even if I say their names wrong repeatedly). Finished:Handspun socks from Three Waters FarmThe Doodler, Steven West Mystery KALIn Progress:Bedford by Michelle W
A visit with the chickens, sheep and goats on a rainy day. A history of canning and canning jars.Canning history resources: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/bottles/fruit-jarshttp://www.fruitjar.org/ballweb/main.htm (Dating by type of jar, “Sta
Handspun socks and lots of new fiber from Three Waters FarmBedford by Michelle Wang in Jill Draper Makes Stuff, Hudson, colorway LilacI've forgotten what else I talked about!! Let me know if you have any questions.KSF Shop Update of rooster and
Energized handspun. Knit socks. A bit of darning. Wrap up of the last chapters of Depletion and Abundance - our responsibilities in the world. Spinning:Gnomespun Perendale, colorway "The Sun Sets on Fall."Quillin Fiber Arts Cheviot in the color
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