In Episode 121, Greg and Pam discuss a new pattern, returning to a fiber festival, and murders.
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- Greg is still letting Frog and Toad by Kristina Ingrid McGowan have space in his brain while he procrastinates with finishing Frog.
- Greg finished some fingerless mitts for Meredith. He’s using the Cloudburst pattern by Arienne Grey and Berroco Folio™ yarn.
- Greg started knitting socks for his mom. He’s using Sea Star Handpaints Buried Treasure yarn.
- Pam finished knitting Ella’s Felted Christmas Stocking. She is used Knitpicks Wool of the Andes Bulky. Still needs to be felted!
- Pam finished the Windschief Hat by Stephen West. She is used Buffalo Wool Co. Moon. She might have to reknit it.
- Pam started and finished a Baby Surprised Jacket by Elizabeth Zimmermann. She used KnitPicks Felici.
- Pam is working on her Chilkat Cowl by Romi Hill and is in love. Here is a picture of 2 other projects that show the incorrect lace chart C (top) and the correct lace (bottom).
- Pam worked on the Super Bulky Hat by Ashleigh Kiser. She is using Loops & Threads Cozy Wool.
- Next episode we will continue Chapter 1 of The Knitter’s Book of Yarn: The Ultimate Guide to Choosing, Using, and Enjoying Yarn by Clara Parkes and discuss Cellulose Fibers. We try to host book club so you don’t need the book to enjoy the discussions but this book is such a wealth of knowledge we highly recommend it!
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- Greg published a new pattern! It’s the Partridge In A Pretzel hat and is currently available from ModeKnit Yarn.
- Greg went to SAFF, the Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair, in Asheville, NC which was on October 22-24.
- Greg Discovered Toad Hollow while he was at SAFF.
- Greg went yurt camping at Fairy Stone State Park in Virginia.
- Pam mentioned the Come From Away movie on Apple TV+ that she’s interested in watching. Last time she mistakenly said it was in Iceland but it was actually in Gander, Newfoundland Canada.
- Greg received some beautiful Yak Sock yarn from Trilogy Yarns.
- Pam also mentioned the TV show Only Murders in the Building on Hulu.
- We mentioned that Spinning On Two Wheels podcast with TheKickassKnitter Peggy.
- The NC State Fair, in Raleigh, NC, was October 14-24.
- Greg is collecting preemie hats for the NICU at Cone Hospital in Greensboro, NC.
- Pam mentioned the Crochet Coral Reef Project. There was a podcast about it on Fiber Nation. There is going to be a display at the NC Museum of Art and they need contributions.
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