In Episode 147, Greg and Pam continue the book club by discussing the sections on Chenille, Felt and the Conclusion. 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.
- Pam mentioned Bernat Blanket, a chenille yarn. She used it to make crochet water balloons.
- Pam mentioned the book The Knit Experience by Sally Melville.
- The Woolery has a cotton chenille yarn.
- Greg found a YouTube video about chenille yarn being spun.
- Greg made the Little Felted Heart Bowl.
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