In Episode 190, Greg and Pam discuss paperwork, yogurt, and passive knitting time.
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- Greg is working on the Sockhead Cowl (pattern by Kelly McClure). He’s using yarn from The Fibre Studio at Yarns to Dye For. Check out his project page.
- Greg continues working on the “I’m Fine. It’s Fine. Everything Is Fine.” cross-stitch pattern from White Raven Patterns. He heard about this pattern shop via the That’s Pretty Crafty stream.
- Pam finished the Bankhead Hat by Susie Gourlay. She is using Berocco Ultra Wool.
- Pam (sortof) finished weaving a scarf using a purchased kit from Neal the Weaver.
- Pam worked on the Terrazzo Afghan by Tinna Thórudóttir. She is using using KnitPicks Chroma Worsted and Plymouth Yarn Encore Worsted. Tinna has good tutorials on her YouTube channel.
- Pam finished plying the BFL. She then cast on and finished the Tranquility Beanie by Mrs. B’s Beanies with it!
- Pam worked on Blackjack by Romi Hill. She is using Windy Valley Muskox 100% Quiviut.
- Pam finished the shawl part of the Freeform Favorite Crochet shawl by Lisa Doherty. If you are curious about Freeform Crochet you should check out Lisa’s Instagram account. Now Pam is working on the motifs for the freeform panel.
- Pam also mentioned Maeve Mouse from MamaMadeMinis.
- We announced our next book club book: The Golden Thread: How Fabric Changed History
- We announced the next book club book! We will be reading The Golden Thread: How Fabric Changed History by Kassia St. Clair. Share how you are will enjoy the book on social media with #UnravelingBookClub.
- Greg mentioned that Bob Dylan went electric in Newport, RI.
- The Ol’ North State Knitting Guild is meeting again.
- The Knotty Sheep and Oak City Fibers are two new yarn stores opening in the Raleigh area.
- Pam mentioned the book Frederick by Leo Lionni.
- We discussed the cold start method of making yogurt in the InstantPot. Greg also made tzatziki with the yogurt he made.
- We reviewed The Fellowship of the Knits: The Unofficial Lord of the Rings Knitting Book by Tanis Gray. Thanks to Insight Editions for providing contributor/review copies.
- Greg is going to SAFF again this year.
- Be sure to enter your Fairs and Festivals entry in the Fairs and Festivals KAL!
- Greg is a Snack Shack Sponsor in the Down Cellar Studio Pigskin Party ’23.
- Greg can also be found talking about knitting and playing Dungeons & Dragons at Crits and Knits.
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