We recorded episode 56 at the beach. Sometimes evening recording calls for inventive recording locations but we always enjoy the views. This time we were lucky again to spy some dolphins swimming in the bay. No matter how many times I see dolphins frolicking, they still bring a smile to my face.
Gayle and I are attending a local fiber industry event called Stitches West this week. We will be there several days and it is the one big fiber event that we attend every year without fail. If you are in the west and attending, please don't hesitate to look for us and say "hi." If you attend other fiber events, you can understand our excitement!
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So sit back, pick up your knitting, and enjoy the podcast!
What are we wearing?
Dragonflies Jumper by Joji Locatelli
Solstice Cardigan by Cecily Glowik MacDonald
What are we stalking?
Salchow Trio by Monika Sirna
Patterns for 500 yards of Zen Yarn Garden Serenity Silk+
Sweet Cables by Joji Locatelli
See You There by Joji Locatelli
Laneway by Veera Valimaki
Sunburst Shirt Dress by Anna Cohen
Rimrock Cardigan by Anna Cohen
Essential Sweater Dress by Anna Cohen
What are we knitting?
Hitofude Cardigan by Hiroku Fukatsu
Sharlene is also working on a soon-to-be-released cardgian by Joji Locatelli
What have we finished?
Another Halos hat
Hermione's Everyday Socks by Erica Lueder
Sharlene's Hermione Socks
Seamless Salomas Slippers by Megan Williams
Seaman's Cap by Benda Zuk
Gayle's Seaman's Cap
Bigger Booga Bag by Julie Anderson
The Barley Hat by tincanknits
We talk about a new collection of patterns from Joji Locatelli and Veera Valimaki called Interpretations. This is the Ravelry link where you can view all 12 pattern pages.
The Interpretations look book can be found here.
We also review the Imperial Stock Ranch Imperial Yarns Erin worsted yarn.