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

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

Friday, January 24, 2014

Episode 158 Variation on a Theme of Quiver Mitts

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This episode is sponsored by my Longaberger Home Business, Quince & Co and The Fiber Universe.

Quince & Co wool yarns are sourced and spun in the US. Known in the trade as "territory wool," our wool comes from Merino, Rambouillet, and Columbia-based sheep that roam the ranges of Montana and Wyoming. All our wool and wool-blend yarns are spun in New England mills with venerable histories. By sourcing our wool in the US and manufacturing our yarn locally, we minimize our carbon footprint. Find Quince wool and the other Quince fibers at

The Fiber Universe in Peoria IL is a proud sponsor of the Knitting Pipeline Retreat. The Fiber Universe provides quality products, service and instruction for fiber enthusiasts. They stock yarn from Cascade, Plymouth, Three Irish Girls, Kauni, Claudia Handpaints, and more.  Fibers for spinning and felting are available from local farms.  The Fiber Universe accepts orders over the phone and offers free shipping on orders over $50.  Check out their website, or give them a call today at 309.673.5659

You can find me:
Ravelry as PrairiePiper
Instagram: knittingpipeline
Twitter: knittingline
Pinterest as Paula Emons-Fuessle.

If you are interested in the Knitting Pipeline Retreat you can get to know other retreat attendees on the Knitting Pipeline Retreats Group.

Pipeliner Notes

Note from Nikki thanking Pipeliners for the Kindness of Knitters


The Forest Unseen by David George Haskell was recommended by Windybrookspinne.  Book trailer on You Tube.  Enjoy!

You Tube Video (astaellen recommended)

Traipsing Vines Wrap by Arlin Chondro
100% of sales of this pattern during the month of January and February 2014 will go to relief efforts of Manado flash flood, Jakarta flood, and Mt. Sinabung eruption.
Funds will be directed to local Red Cross and local evacuation sites. Thank you for supporting the victims of Indonesia natural disasters.

Knitting Pipeline Spring Retreat March 14-15, 2014
With optional Yarn Crawl and Workshop Fun Day on March 13, 2014.

Sleep Inn Reservations:
1101 N Cummings Ln, Washington, IL 61571
(309) 481-0450

Embassy Suites, Holiday Inn East Peoria, Paradise, Stony Creek, Morton Best Western

Ravellenic Games!  We have Team Pipeliners
Team Captains are Prairiegl and Windybrookspinne.  We have a banner ravatar by cperrine.  We are set!
Don’t be afraid to jump in!  I’m not even up to speed on how it works entirely but we will figure it out.  It’s not that hard.  I think you find a project and fit it into a category or sport.

Nature Notes

Needle Notes

Quiver Mitts by Bronwyn Hahn

Quiver Mitts by Bronwyn Hahn

Quiver Mitts by Bronwyn Hahn
Mildred Mitts by Paula Emons-Fuessle
Improve Your Knitting by Patty Lyons.  Please use link in sidebar to visit Craftsy as I am a Craftsy Affiliate.

Spate by Jane Richmond from Journey

Jett the Octopus by Bronwyn Hahn (design in progress)
Jett the Octopus

Lotus Hat

Two for One Hat by Josh Ryks
Simple Baby Hat #1 from Itty Bitty Hats by Susan B Anderson

The Blethering Room

How to Live on 24 Hours a Day by Arnold Bennett (not recommended but we had a good laugh)

High Note Low Notes


Low: Kleenex in the washer and dryer
High Note:  Envision Home Dish Drying Mat  Mine is the standard size.


Low Note: Lost Hat
High Note: Yellow Belt in Tae Kwon Do

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

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I play the Great Highland Pipes, knit, observe nature, and read. My name on Ravelry is PrairiePiper. Find me on Instagram as KnittingPipeline.