In Episode 126, Greg and Pam continue the book club by discussing the section on synthetic fibers. Follow along as we discuss The Knitter’s Book Of Yarn by Clara Parkes.
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The Knitter’s Book of Yarn: The Ultimate Guide to Choosing, Using, and Enjoying Yarn
- Be sure to get your copy of The Knitter’s Book Of Yarn by Clara Parkes and follow along with our discussion.
- We shared information about the CAN Retreat specifically for BIPOC business owners in the fiber community. It is virtual and will be January 14-16, 2022.
- We mentioned the Yarns at Yin Hoo podcast.
- Pam mentioned Seawell Sweaters that are made with oyster shells, recycled plastic and wool.
- Greg found videos about manufacturing nylon, polyester from plastic bottles and polyester.
- Pam & Greg are hosting a New Year’s Day Zoom at 11am Eastern. Zoom link will be posted on Ravelry, Facebook or email us and we will send it.
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