In Episode 65, Greg and Pam discuss being committed, being involved, and hummingbirds. They also review Leaflet #16 from Elizabeth Zimmermann’s “The Opinionated Knitter.”
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- Greg is working on socks (project page) for his mom. He is using a combination of techniques from several patterns: Hermione’s Everyday Socks by Erica Lueder, Fish Lips Kiss Heel by Sox Therapist, and Strie Socks, Toe Up by Lara Neel.
- Pam worked on her Mohair Magic Kit Poncho. She got it from Kathy at Got My Goat. She recorded a review before she cast on!
- Pam started a new crochet project, the Malia Bag by Rebecca Langford.
- Pam didn’t make a project page but she started and finished a crochet necklace (picture below!)
- Pam finished That Nice Stitch Cowl by Susan Ashcroft. She used Tandem by Tahki Yarns.
- Pam finished a secret test crochet (sorry!)
- Pam finished the 2nd hat for her dad. She used 2 colors of the millspun Romeldale/CVM from Zephyr Creek Farm. She “designed” it and used a colorwork pattern (Skyline) from the AlterKnit Stitch Dictionary (affiliate link) by Andrea Rangel.
- Angel Locks Fiberworks is a FiberCrafty shop that is a small farm with a mill. They have beautiful gradient roving, natural roving and hand dyed yarn.
- The weekly FiberCrafty newsletter always has a list of current coupon codes! And other fun stuff. Pam writes it, it’s good. You should subscribe.
The Opinionated Knitter (affiliate link)
- We discussed Leaflet #16, pages 84-87 featuring 8 knitting techniques! Next up, Leaflet #17, pages 88-89.
- Special thanks for BostonJen for sending us her new GoodReader tutorial!
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!
- We announced a new Craft-Along! Check out the threads for more information but join us for the Back to School Colorwork CAL starting September 1.
Upcoming Events Where You Might Find Us
- Pam & Greg will be giving a talk about Elizabeth Zimmermann at the Ol’ North State Knitting Guild on September 9 in Raleigh, NC.
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