Knitting Pipeline is sponsored by my Longaberger home businessn and Quince & Co.

Knitting Pipeline is sponsored by Quince & Co. and Knitcircus Yarns

Friday, August 30, 2013

Episode 142 A Slipper? for a Human?


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This episode is sponsored by my Longaberger Home Business and Quince & Co.

Chickadee is a little darling—soft, plump, springy, and eager to loop into intricate color patterns or delicate textures. Its three plies, spun from softest American wool, are twisted together firmly enough
to be sturdy, yet gently enough to be soft and cushiony.  41 beautiful colors to choose from and at just a little over $7 per 181 yd/50g skeins…you will find Chickadee a great value for your sport weight knitting.

Find Chickadee and the other Quince fibers at www.quinceandco.com.

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On this episode my good friends Bronwyn aka Bronwyndp and Sarah aka MotherEarthKnits join me after a busy summer.

Events
Maine Retreat is full but you are welcome to join the waiting list.
October 23-26, 2013 Wed late afternoon to Sat morning
Cornerstone Inn Bed and Breakfast/111 Washington Square, Washington IL 61571

Needle Notes

Leap of Faith by Nicole Montgomery
Sockhead Hat by Kelly McClure
Knit4Together carries Cascade Plushious
Seamless Salomas Slippers by Meghan Williams and Susan Busbee
Girl Cave Bags by Rista1313
Brain Wave by Chris Abbott

Product Notes
Rove Flavor Infuser.  Can be purchase at The Blend.
Kikkerland Chip Clip (Sorry, I could not find a link)
The Proverbial Knitter aka DarthKnitter
Jin Que Circular Needles from China: These are similar to ChiaoGoo or maybe the same. Cable is a bit thicker and not quite as flexible. 
32” Circulars  Price for 11 needles is now $5.99. Shipping now $.99.

In the Pipeline

Watching: (Bronwyn) Impractical Jokers

High Note Low Note
Bronwyn and Sarah: School started
Low for Bronwyn: Picky Eater/School Lunch
Paula High Note: Heirloom Tomatoes, particularly Sunburst
Paula Low Note: Hackers.  My Twitter account has been hacked--twice now in the past week!

7 comments:

knittynurse said...

I wonder how many needles that Chinese website will sell over the next week. I know I have an order coming and it includes some funky crochet hooks too.

Darlene said...

I ordered a set too, I ordered the wooden ones about 7 years ago and found they were nice for a while but I eventually broke a lot of cords mid project they just wear out but for 7$ you can't really complain, I did have to smooth some of the wooden ones with fine sandpaper but over all they were good for a small project. So I am excited to see what the metal ones will be like. You guys are too funny and informative too. I just started listening about a month ago and have really been enjoying your podcast...I really like the music you play it reminds me of a children's program from when I was young "The Friendly Giant", there was a cat and a giraffe too and they played recorders and flutes I think. I am off to youtube to see if I can find it!

monica said...

I too jumped on the needle bandwagon- bought the stainless steel set and the wooden set. (could never find small enough wood needles for magic loop socks) Also, I purchased a drinking cup similar to the one you described at TJ Maxx.

Chellieanne said...

Thanks for the needle info-ordered 5 sets-all for less than $40-- with postage-found 24" and 48" stainless needles listed on site.

Would love to hear about other needles and hooks sold there-almost purchased the latch hooks for knitting repair but couldn't tell the size.

Pat said...

Just wanted to leave a message and tell you I enjoy you podcast so very much. As I walk in the mornings, I listen. Your voice is so...pleasant and the information is practical. Thank you and keep up the good work.

Suzanne said...

I laughed so hard slippers? for a human? reply. It's a good thing I was in a room by myself because trying to explain that to my family would have been difficult. It was truly one of those "you have to have been there" moments.

Kaitlin Alexandra said...

Paula has a lovely podcast with the most soothing voice I have ever heard in my life.... She would be a fabulous nurse. lol in another life or something :)

xoxo
Kaitlin
of PaprikaPurls

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