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

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

Friday, September 13, 2013

Episode 144 Topsy-Turvy Episode

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

Quince & Co has introduced 8 new colors into their American sourced wool line.  Chickadee, a springy sport weight, is the first base for the new colors.  Poppy, Slate, Wasabi, Came, Malbec, Sedum, Fjord, and Belize.  The colors will be phased into Quince’s other wool yarns: Finch, Lark, Osprey, and Puffin.  Find Chickadee and the other Quince fibers at www.quinceandco.com.

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My good friend and fellow piper, Heather, is visiting me this morning along with her 3 year old who supplied sound effects.  As you regular Pipeliners know I am quite particular about sound quality on the show but I had to let that go today.  If you want to smile today be sure to stay after the theme music at the end for George’s singing.


Heather and  George

 Book Notes

Topsy-Turvy Inside Out Knit Toys by Susan B Anderson. Artisan Books 2013  $17.95

Susan brought copies of her book to our Knitting Pipeline Retreat in the spring and of course she sold them all quite quickly.  She was so gracious to sign copies of all her books and we had a trunk show that included all these designs plus some of her other popular designs.

Susan B Anderson Trunk Show at the Spring Knitting Pipeline Retreat, April 2013


That is the Dog in the Dog House in the middle of the table.



In the Pipeline
Black Isle Crafts by Sheila (audio podcast).  Sheila lives on a farm on the Black Isle in the Scottish Highlands.  Highly recommended.

Needle Notes

Heather aka Tulip1014 knit Vertical Stripes from Itty Bitty Hates by Susan B Anderson.

Paula

Desert Vista Dyeworks Socks

Tip: Matching stripes perfectly. When using the Long Tail CO or any variation of it, start your co where two colors meet.  I used where a red stripe met a brown stripe.  The result is that I have a very thin line of red at the top of the sock and I could easily match that on the second sock.

Beyond Puerperium by Kelly Brooker

My Project Notes on Beyond Puerperium

Unwind Yarn Touring DK in Graphite.  Great yarn and LOVE the color!


George got into modeling the sweater.

Beyond Puerperium by Kelly Brooker, modeled by George





The Blethering Room


In the Piping Circle

Heather plays with Grade 3 Chicago Celtic Pipe Band and Celtic Cross Pipes and Drums. We have a big day of piping tomorrow, Saturday September 14.  We march in the Morton Pumpkin Festival Parade and then play with St. Andrews Pipe Band in Springfield IL.

Have a great week, haste ye back, and hold your knitting close.

2 comments:

Sherry Brandt-Rauf said...

Love the pigs in a blanket, which I will have to make for my pig - loving daughter. Thanks for another lovely podcast!

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