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Friday, November 5, 2010

Episode 20 Garter Stitch, Anyone?

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Sunday Brunch
Longaberger Open House
November 21
11 AM to 3 PM
contact me for details

Celtic Cross Pipes and Drums Upcoming Performances

Nature Notes

Franklin, Knit, and Purl have flown the coop.  They may be vacationing somewhere warm.  I hope.
Avian Pox at Forest Park Nature Center

Rip van Winkle Challenge!
We have a winner:  Knitwish!  Please contact me.  If I don't hear from you in a week I will contact you!  A Longaberger basket is coming your way!

Knitting Tip from a Pipeliner
SpinningLil suggested using a crochet hook when working on the back side of nupps.  Love this tip! 

Finished Project
I finished Flourish by Rose Beck
Madeleine Tosh DK in colorway "Tern"
My Ravelry notes are here.  This knits up so quickly.  One week from start to finish!

Video of The Yarn Harlot demonstrating Irish Cottage Knitting.  From The Knitmore Girls.

November Challenge

What are your favorite Garter Stitch (or stockinette in the round) patterns?

I found a few new ones to try:
My current project is Ysolda Teague's Hap Blanket.

Music Bonus from Magnatune
Shira Kammen's CD Music of Waters  Track 2  "Downstream


Anonymous said...

My favorite garter stitch pattern has got to be the Baby Surprise Jacket.

Nancy McCarroll said...

The Shalom Cardigan is a favorite stockinette pattern (mostly stockinette, at least the bottom part.

Thank you for your FAVORITE EDGING notes. It works perfectly and is so clean looking. I am "borrowing" your idea and blogging it tomorrow because EVERYONE should know this technique.

(I used it on the Shalom Cardigan for the sleeve edges and will also finish off the bottom with your edging.) Thank you!

Mary D. said...

I'm currently working on an adorable baby kimono-style sweater from the new book, Sock Yarn One Skein Wonders by Judith Durand. It's called Little Hanten and was designed by Cheryl Oberle. The pattern has not been listed yet in Ravelry.

Kathleen Kibblehouse said...

Hey Paula. Thanks so much again for your great podcast. I've been listening to some other "challenging" ones lately and am still shaking my head on a few, but yours is so professional and just the right mix of personal and knitter info. And the music is just delightful.
My favorite garter stitch pattern would be EZ's Baby Surprise Jacket. Not sure if this is the right place to post the answer to this question, but I think you'll find it.
Take good care. Kathleen in St. Louis

skinouye said...

My current favorite garter stitch project is EZ Knitted Garter Stitch Blanket (opinionated knitter book).

noor said...

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