In Episode 75, Greg and Pam discuss magic, beads, and the pants. They also review Harry Potter: Knitting Magic by Tanis Gray.
Special thanks to twinsetjan Jan for the intro!
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- Greg is working on the Alouette cardigan, pattern by Lisa Chemery. He is using Kraemer Yarns Perfection Sport (provided by Kraemer Yarns for review).
- Greg is working on a Tiger Owl cowl, (his own pattern). He forgot what kind of yarn he’s using.
- Pam has been working on her Swirly PoP blanket by Marken of the Hat & I for her daughter Avery. She figured out how she wants to manage the half hexagons on the edges.
- Pam has a knit a bit on her Interplay Shawl by Jo-Anne Klim.
- Pam found a good bead store in Wilmington, NC and bought beads to make some Bead Crochet Jewelry (affiliate link) with the book by Bert Rachel Freed and Dana Elizabeth Freed.
- Pam is adding a second button to her Unexpectedly Angular by Connie Lee Lynch to help it stay in place better.
- Pam finished a weaving project (dish towels) and mostly learned about things NOT to do.
Harry Potter: Knitting Magic (affiliate link)
- We reviewed the book Harry Potter: Knitting Magic by Tanis Gray. It is The Official Harry Potter Knitting Pattern Book and it’s glorious.
- We also interviewed listener martaschmarta (Marta Poling) who has 2 patterns in the book and learned about how the book came together!
- Are you ready for a Knitting Magic Knit Along? Choose any pattern in the book and make your plans! This KAL will run through February 28, 2021. You have plenty of time! Use hashtag #knittingmagickal on social media. More details in the Ravelry thread.
- We are also giving away a copy of the book next time — check out our Ravelry group for details!
- Next episode we will return to Elizabeth Zimmermann. We are almost done with The Opinionated Knitter! The next book we will tackle is Knitting Rules! (affiliate link) by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee.
Current/Upcoming Unraveling Events
- The Carolina Fiber Fest is coming up March 13-14, with classes March 12-15. Pam and Greg are both attending.
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