In Episode 62, Greg and Pam discuss secret knitting, secret history and secret increases. They also review Leaflet #13 from Elizabeth Zimmermann’s “The Opinionated Knitter.”
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- Greg has been knitting prototypes for future designs.
- Greg is going to cast on a new pair of socks soon.
- Pam finished the swirls for her daughter’s college blanket. Next she has to figure out how to make the background and join the parts. The pattern is Swirly Pop by Marken of the Hat and I. She used KnitPicks Chroma Worsted.
- Pam finished the Mash It Up Hat by Babs Ausherman. She used leftovers from her Rickroll.
- Pam sewed 6 rope baskets for her kids’ teachers end of year gifts.
- Pam cast on a secret test knit for KnittngDaddy Designs.
- Pam worked on her CPCTC socks by Sarah Jordan.
- Pam also swatched for a hat she’s going to make for her dad. She is using 2 colors of the millspun Romeldale from Zephyr Creek Farm.
- Karen is based in California and owns CottonTimes. She creates multi-zippered bags that are perfect for all of your tools. Check out this review Pam added to her YouTube channel.
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The Opinionated Knitter (affiliate link)
- We discussed Leaflet #13, pages 72-75 featuring the Three and One Sweater. Next up, Leaflet #14, pages 76-79.
Current/Upcoming Unraveling Events
- Don’t forget our Elizabeth Zimmermann KAL! Have you made one of her patterns? Used a technique? Tell us about it!
Upcoming Events Where You Might Find Us
- Blue Ridge Fiber Festival (June 7 & 8) in beautiful Sparta, NC. Some classes will be offered on June 6.
- Pam & Greg will be giving a talk about Elizabeth Zimmermann at the Ol’ North State Knitting Guild on September 9 in Raleigh, NC.
Podcasts We Love
- Very Pink Knits
- Knitting Pipeline
- Down Cellar Studio – check out the Splash Pad Party where Greg is a Snack Shack Sponsor
- Pam talked about two new books she got. One is the Principles of Knitting (affiliate link) by June Hemmons Hiatt and the other is AlterKnit Stitch Dictionary (affiliate link) by Andrea Rangel.
- Greg mentioned a video about The Secret History of Knitting. He heard about it from the #PursuitofHappyKnits Facebook Group.
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