Episode 83 — Swatchy McSwatcherson

In Episode 83, Greg and Pam discuss time being meaningless, swatching, and Ravelry’s new look. They also finish discussing Chapter 2 From “Knitting Rules!” by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee.

Thanks to DarkinnKnits Charles for this episode’s intro!


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Dear Listeners

We would love to have YOU record and introduction to the show! You can find details in the Ravelry Group Pages.

Greg’s Projects
  • Greg is almost finished with a pair of socks for his mom that doesn’t have a project page yet. Yarn is form Camel City Dyeworks. He is using the Fish Lips Kiss Heel on the sock, which is a great pattern.
  • Greg is working on a hat design with ModeKnit Yarn.
Pam’s Projects
Knitting Rules
Current/Upcoming Unraveling Events
  • DarkInnKnits Charles is one of the co-hosts of the Trek Talking and Beyond podcast.
  • Greg has finished shipping all outstanding prizes. If you have been expecting a prize from us and have not yet received it, please reach out to Greg to let him know.
  • Ravelry has a new look. You can share feedback in this thread or this thread on Ravelry.
  • Pam suggested Greg take a look at Outschool for some summer classes for Blueberry.


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