Monday, July 29, 2019

Ep. 92 - Little Kitchen Cotton

I did a poorly worded statement towards the end of the episode, but wanted to put into writing that I want my podcast space (blog and Ravelry group) to be a safe space.  Any hate speech, racism, or intolerance will be removed and blocked.  You guys have always been respectful, so thank you!  If I say or do something offensive or insensitive, please call me on it!


What I've Finished:
Jill finished her Panjereh top by Christina Danaee out of The Plucky Knitter Solo in Under the Sea and Malabrigo Mechita in Frank Ochre.  She also finished her Tour de Fleece spinning project using Goodie Supply Company Shetland fiber in Get Off My Rainbow and naked Shetland/Pearl/Silk.  Her Rav page here.



My Current Fix:
Jill completed the knitting of the Baby's Kaftan by Debbie Bliss in Rowan Cotton Glace.  She still needs to do the embroidery.  She's working on the body of her Panda by Susan B. Anderson using Knit Picks bare Capretta, Malabrigo Sock in Eggplant and maybe Elsebeth Lavold Silky Wool.  She also spun the singles from a 2.8 oz batt from Mork Made Fiber Co.

What I'm Jonesing For:
Jill loves the Pengweeno baby/kid cardigan by Stephen West.  She's into the As If Tee by Shay Johnson and Fishing for Compliments by Maschenwunder Manja Vogelsang.  She likes the unique border on the Dragonfly's Path shawl by Jennifer Weissman.  Her only favorited crochet pattern this week is the Devon Hat by Weiyan Huang.  She also enjoys the Cat in a Bag series by Anna Hrachovec and Baby Bok Choy by Sara Elizabeth Kellner.

Re-Ups:
Anzula Superwash BFL in Ducky, prize from the GLASG Tour de Fleece team
Neighborhood Fiber Co Luxury Lace in Woodberry from The Knitting Tree, LA.
Malabrigo Arroyo in Matisse Blue and mohair from Twist, Yarns of Intrigue.



Uppers, Downers and Miscellaneous Links:
Yesterday (2019)
Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)
Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood (2019)
Love on Netflix
Legion from FX on Hulu
Widows (2018)
Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016)

Bouquet by Junko Okamoto
Holli Yeoh
Jacquard floats in knitting - one technique from TECHknitter
Sock Arms by Stephanie Lotven
StephieJo on Ravelry
RAICES

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