The audio for this episode may sound a little different--though actually it might be argued it sounds better!--because we didn't record in one of our houses as Gayle explains at the beginning of the podcast. We recorded in her car while parked in my neighborhood. Not ideal, but a good test for us as it is always good to have options!
In the podcast we mentioned the Camellia shawl by Meg Myers. We also mentioned the Stitch Red campaign. After recording, we realized the Camellia shawl is a free pattern from Classic Elite to promote their yarns for the Stitch Red campaign. If you purchase one of their designated Stitch Red yarns, 5% of the proceeds are donated to the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health in support of The Heart Truth.
Links to things discussed can be found below:
February Lady Sweater
Elizabeth Zimmermann's Knitter's Almanac
Sharlene's February Lady Sweater
Gayle's February Lady Sweater
Using a lifeline, tips from Knitting Daily
There are also videos on YouTube for using a lifeline in your knitting. I haven't watched any of them all the way through, so can't recommend any specific one, but if you search, you will find several available.
Knit Red: Stitching for Women's Health
A-Line Hoodie by Diane Soucy
Cowl Neck Vest by Cecily Glowik MacDonald
15. 52 00K
Gayle's Apres Surf Hoodie
Sothia by Robin Ulrich
Stripe Study Shawl by Veera Valimaki
Different Lines by Veera Valimaki
Camellia by Meg Myers
Pendulum by Amy Miller
Short Row article from knitty.com
Short Row article from Techknitter
Short rows for sock knitters from Cat Bordhi
There are lots of short row videos on YouTube as well. Search for "short rows."
Bianca's Jacket by Michelle Rose Orne
Sharlene's Bianca 2
Gayle's preemie hat
Enamored by Laura Ayler
Fingering weight KAL to start June 15, knitting through August 31. There will be a chat thread and an FO thread on Ravelry.com in our group.
As always, please let me know if I have left anything out.