Episode 29 Sock KAL Prize Winners!
To view episode 29 of Knitting Dish, click here.
This week’s show includes: Off my dish, On my dish, Spinning, What’s New, Favorite things and Sock KAL prize drawing. Enjoy!
Off my Dish
Down the Rabbit Hole by Purrlescent, Knit Picks Stroll – cupcake multi
On my dish
Color Affection, Veera Valimaki, Quince and Co, Finch – camel, fjord, sabine
Twigs and Willows, Alana Dakos, Quince and Co., Owl – papuan
Sock KAL Prize Winners!
Thank you to everyone who participated! We are all winners because we all have gorgeous socks now! But an extra special congratulations to our prize winners:
Khartquilt – Kitties in a Basket Project bag donated by Gail (Cotton Tail Creations) You can visit Gail’s Etsy shop, Knocturnal Knitter
Imecoll – 5 skeins of Cascade Fun
Elliejellybean – Knit Socks for All Seasons: Fabulous, Fun Footwear for Any Time of Year (Hardcover) by Stephanie van der Linden (Author) kindly donated by my friend Pat (patbknitting)
Patbknitting – TBD 🙂
I finished spinning the singles of the brown Finn Sheep – hopefully will have the Navajo Ply done before the next show!
Started spinning some Domestic Rambouillet from Port Fiber in the Come Sail Away colorway; this will be my first three-ply!
My Favorite Things
Canvas Under the Bed shoe storage makes an AMAZING yarn organizing system!
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ooops! i replied to you instead of forwarding to another Knitting Pipeline friend! she just got an ipad and was asking for video podcast recommendations so i meant to forward your email to her! i just returned from Paula’s IL retreat, which was awesome. She is renowned from Coast to Coast–literally!
keep up the great work on your podcast!
Nancy (ncflower on Rav)
Hi Nancy 🙂 Thank you so much for recommending my show to a friend! I am so jealous you got to go to the IL Pipeline retreat! I cant wait for Paula’s “re-cap” episode to hear all about it!!! Happy Knitting!
LOVE Kermit!! I had a maine coone for 18 1/2 years – so much fun watching yours pop in and out of this episode. lol
Kermit is a lot of fun, and a lot of trouble although I would never really turn him into a rug! 😉