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

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

Friday, May 16, 2014

Episode 171 Blethering with Sarah and Bronwyn

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This episode is sponsored by my Longaberger Home Business and Quince & Co .
Quince & Company Kestrel is a new take on a simple linen yarn. We took the same Belgium-grown organic linen that we use in our little Sparrow and spun it this time in a ribbon structure. Kestrel knits up quickly at 3 ½ to 4 stitches to the inch. Its flat surface adds a slight texture to simple knit and purl stitches. Like all things linen, woven or knitted, Kestrel only gets better as you wash and wear it. Find Quince wool and the other Quince fibers at

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Cornerstone Inn Retreat
I am working out a few details and hope to get this out very soon with an announcement on the board and possibly a quick little episode.  As I usually do there will be a two week lag time between the announcement and when you can mail in registrations so you don’t have to be anxious or go into panic mode.
Bronwyn with Puff.  He still needs his plates.

Sarah is wrapping her head around this crocheted dinosaur.

Needle Notes
Quixotic Cowl by Bronwyn Hahn
Concentric Cables by 10 Hours or Less
Summer Crop Sweater from Nomad Yarns
We talk about Mattress Stitch technique for seaming Sarah’s top.
Stitch Surfer (WIP) by Louise Robert

Sarah selfie of completed Summer Crop Sweater
High Note/Low Note
High Note: Taproot
Low Note:  Eyeglass prescriptions
High Note: anatomical socks from Running Central in Peoria IL
High Note: Kindergarten concert excitement!
Low Note: People who are extremely early to events
My new walking socks!
Can you tell that Bronwyn really likes this stuffie?

1 comment:

Nancy/Aizome said...

Fifty pounds of stuffiing?!! That made me laugh!!! Thanks for a great episode, ladies!

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