Welcome back! Thanks for joining us for Episode 36.
In this episode, Kristi and Dana are catching up on life, WIPs, & FOs. We're also talking about Ravelry's new Stash Color Attributes Options and what we learned about color techniques while using them.
All of our show notes are given below, with information and links to everything we discussed in this episode. Let us know if you can't find any information you need.
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What We're Working On (a.k.a. WIPs):
Time Lord Cowl
Pattern: N/A. See project notes for details
Yarn: The Yarn Therapist in "Doctor Who Shawl Striping"
Unicorn Mix - FROGGED (3 times for those keeping count)
What We've Finished (a.k.a. FOs):
- Nada. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
What We Couldn't Resist (a.k.a. Stash Enhancement):
- A fat quarter featuring pomegranates from JoAnn
- Some antique Caron Simply Soft in green and white from my grandmother
- Two fat quarters for Hannah and a 1/2 yard of cute Christmas fabric for me from The Stitching Post (Little Rock, Arkansas)
- A punch needle pattern (Bee Garden by Little House Needleworks) and supplies from The Shepherd's Needle (Little Rock, Arkansas)
- A mini quilt mosaic kit by Cheryl Lynch and quilt pattern, both from Pinwheel (Alexander, Arkansas)
- A skein of Primrose Yarn for Hannah, a surprise gift for Kristi, a skein of barber pole scraps for a hat, and a skein of Aracuania Huasco. Plus a kitty project bag! All from Knit 2 Together in Russellville, AR.
- A much needed Hang in There Kitty paint by numbers kit
- Die is Cast Yarns from Loop in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Urth Harvest Worsted & Berroco Abode for a cowl pattern written by the shop owner in Yarnphoria in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Fiber Arts by Jessi Handspun & Amano Yarn Ayni from the Yarn Shop at Alma Park
- 2 braids of fiber from my brother that he picked up at Alma Park & forgot about since Christmas
Where We'll Be (Upcoming Events):
Where You Can Find Us:
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