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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Episode 184 Balsam Hollow and Mitten Month

This is a very short episode to share the Green Gables Kit from Little Skein in the Big Wool (available Sept 22 6 PM Pacific Time) and our October Mitten KAL. Listen here or use the Flash Player on this site for current and past episodes. Flash Player is not compatible with Internet Explorer.  Try a different browser like Safari.  Or jaunt on over to iTunes to find the show there.

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Green Gables Kit by Little Skein in the Big Wool will be released Sept 22 at 6 PM Pacific Time!
  • Balsam Hollow Shawl and Leading Men Fiber Arts Exclusive colorways
  • #annealong September 23 through Dec 21

October is Mitten Month! Join the Mitten Along here.
  • Knit any pair of mittens, as many pair as you like, post a photo in the thread. One entry for each post, no limit! Use the mittens for Christmas gifts or donate to charity.
I'm off to the Maine Retreat! Haste ye back!


Betsy said...

Hi Paula! I truly enjoy each and every podcast and this was no exception. In fact, my daughter, who is also a knitter, is enjoying the podcast, too!
The Green Gables Shawl is beautiful! I'm wondering if you will be offering the pattern by itself. As my daughter and I are yarn dyers, we have several of our own hand-dyed in mind.
Thanks for sharing your time and talent with the world!

Kristi said...

I just discovered your podcast and wanted to thank you for keeping me company on my walk this morning! I am so inspired to knit mittens and socks this fall. And I love everything Anne of Green Gables so I am looking forward to the annealong!

Unknown said...

Hello Paula! I'm a new pipester (lol). Just wanted to tell you that the podcast is so inspiring. I love your nature notes section (and all the other sections, actually).

Anyways I'm attempting to play catch up and am listening to the old episodes. So far I've listened to about 15 in 5 days!

Dinah said...

Hi, Paula~ I never miss a podcast from you and always enjoy them. I have a question that I'm hoping maybe you could explain in a future podcast. I'm fairly new to sweater knitting and one thing that holds me back is choosing a size! Do I measure my bust and choose from that? Do I measure a sweater that I like the fit of and pick a size in the pattern that corresponds? What do the measurements in the patterns correspond to - bust measurements or their finished garment's measurement? I have made a total of 2 sweaters and one was huge on me and one too small, lol


Thank you!

(DinahM on ravelry)

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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.