Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Episode 99 - Knitting near the shore

Gayle and I had planned to record at the seashore, with the sound of waves crashing delightfully in the background. Planned. But the noon time sun and lack of shade forced us to relocate to a less picturesque, but more conducive-to-recording-audio spot about a block off the beach underneath some eucalyptus trees. We'll try another beach-side episode when the weather is more cooperative. We both love sharing little peeks into this part of the globe that we call home. 

This episode we return with our regular segments, wrap up Love your Stash Q3, and marvel at the fact that this is our last episode in double digits. :) Enjoy 99!
- Sharlene

What are we wearing?
Nothing hand knit! :( We have had crazy hot weather, not even our usual fog this past summer. The only knitwear that has been worn has been Gayle's Seamless Saloma slippers that were knit by Sharlene.

What are we stalking?
Rhilea by Suvi Simola
(designer of the 5200K sweater that we have previously knit)
Risen by Melanie Berg
From the collection "Texture is the NewBlack"
Color Dipped Hat by Purl Soho
Ravenscliffe (shawl) by Annie Hamilton
The pattern Gayle couldn't remember the name of is:
Inuit by Polo Sylvie

What are we knitting?
The Secret Garden by Alana Dakos, search #secretgardenalong on social media
Longfellow by Michele Wang
Duchess of Devonshire by Kay Jones
Neighborhood Fiber Company Studio Sport

What have we finished?
Polaris by Hiroko Fukatsu
(designer of the Hitofude Cardigan)
Sharlene's Polaris
Whippet by Ankestrick
Holst Garn Coast yarn
Sharlene's Whippet
Itty Bitty Bear Cubs by Caroline Ingram
Sharlene's Itty Bitty hat
KitKat Hat by Andre Sue
Cuba Street by Nikki Jone
Gayle's Cuba Street
Trickster by Elizabeth Dhoerty
Gayle's Trickster hat
Therapy by Laura Aylor
Gayle's Therapy shawl
Rose City Rollers by Mara Catherine Bryner
Gayle's Rose City Rollers

Congrats to all of the Love Your Stash Q3 winners!

1 comment:

  1. New to your podcast, so nice to read the write up and follow the links to the patterns you mention. Then I can knit (or wash dishes if I have to) and listen.