Episode 3 A New Menu
To watch Episode 3 of Knitting Dish podcast, click here.
Thank you to everyone who has been in touch with me. I appreciate all of your kind words and feedback. A special thank you to River Cameron for giving Knitting Dish a shout out on her podcast River’s Knitting Chronicles
You’ll notice a new outline here using menu related topics. I was asked if I named my podcast Knitting Dish because I like to cook so much. Well, I do like to cook a lot, but that’s not why I chose Knitting Dish for the title. I am notorious for having a gazillion things going on at the same time; most of which are my own doing. My mother would always tell me I had “too much on my dish”. I assessed all of my WIPs one day and realized I had “too much on my knitting dish”! The title just kind of stuck in the recesses of my brain. So although this is not cooking related, I thought a “menu” would be a cute idea for the layout. Yes? No?
Seedling Dreams, Amy Beth Mays, Peace Fleece worsted, US size 9
Easy Mittens, by Sue Dial pattern found in One Skein Wonders 101 Yarn Shop Favorites, Hand Dyed Hand Spun yarn purchased at a fiber festival a few years ago, US size 6
Lullaby Rain, Quince and Co. Chickadee, Chantrelle, US size 6
Simply Riveting Scarf by Mehan Williams (of Stockinette Zombies), Foss Mountain Alpaca Yarn,
Cruiser by Cailyn Meyer, Debbie Bliss aran tweed, color 20004, US size 6
Persimmon by Jane Cochran (Not Plain Jane), Jojoland Melody color MS08, US size 6
Potluck Roving, steel
Charity Knitting and Mitten KAL
Maine Mitten Project
You can post your finished mittens destined for the Maine Mitten Project here. Please tag your projects kdmkal. You must be a member of the group to participate. As of this post, one project will be randomly chosen to win the Austrian Mitten pattern by Donna Kay
Spinning Beyond the Basics, The Merry Tweede
Lavender: also a member of the mint family!
Aromatherapy Eye Pillow
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