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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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Kevin visits Knitting Pipeline today to talk about what pipers wear. We play with Celtic Cross Pipes and Drums. See videos and read about our band on our website.
|Latest band portrait.|
|This is our official uniform which is what we wore when we played with The Chieftains. Glengarry, oxford style shirt with black tie, wool jacket, belt, sporran, kilt hose, flashes, and ghillie brogues.|
- I’m going to postpone the drawing for the copy of Topsy-Turvy Inside Out Knit Toys by Susan B Anderson until next week’s on Wed morning.
- Knittyknitknits is donating all proceeds from her design The Pearl Tower to Relay for Life/American Cancer Society.
- Quince & Co Scarf Call
- Craftsy Sale until Sept 21st—please click on link in sidebar on this page.
Philibeg means little kilt.
|Sometimes we "dress down" for a good cause. Walk for Alzheimers 2011|
|Wearing Dutch Pipes and Drums sweatshirts at Walk for Alzheimer's 2013.|
|Glenn is my piping teacher and friend of 17 years.|
Have a great week, haste ye back, and hold your knitting close.
Paula, I'm a handcrafted soap vendor at our local Farmer's Market and today they had a bagpiper walking up and down the aisles playing. It was very festive and I loved it. Since I listened to your latest podcast the evening prior, I was paying close attention to his dress when he walked past my tent. Thanks for a interesting podcast...learned a few things and now have a new appreciation. Thanks! Rebecca
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