Episode 49 — Wasted and Unloved

In Episode 49, Greg and Pam discuss preemie hats, teacher gifts, and British Columbia. They also discuss Leaflet #3 from The Opinionated Knitter by Elizabeth Zimmermann.


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  • Pam has started a blog series for shop owners about running a Curated Online shop. The first one can be found on her blog.
The Opinionated Knitter (affiliate link)
  • Leaflet #3 discussed, pages 22-25
  • Greg talked about the Stripe Domination hat pattern if you want to experiment with color dominance.
  • Pam’s neighborhood Halloween Parade can be seen here.
  • We talked about Penzey’s Spices which is mostly mailorder and amazing.

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