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Friday, December 5, 2014

Episode 190 Small Things in Small Packages

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Just had to show off the cutest Great Niece ever in one of the sweaters I made for her. Look at that cute tuft of hair and big blue eyes.

My sister, her two grandchildren, and their favorite great-auntie.

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Pipeliner Notes

Wow! There were 5 new reviews on iTunes this week. Thank you so very much! The reviews were written by kapirk, Bobofnndghdhdh….., CarrieMtn, Bia continental, and Bethie 8318.

I offered up the Maaema Scarf by Denise Bell in the last episode and that was immediately spoken for by KnittingMama82.

Events and Announcements

Balsam Hollow is now available as an individual pattern.

Spring Retreat March 13-14. (with March 12 as optional Yarn Crawl Fun Day). Registration will be begin Jan 5, 2015.

Knitvent 2014 by Helen Stewart of Curious Handmade

Winner is Post #7 who is AllisonRoseboom!

Current Coupon Codes

KP25 and that is for 25% off both Knitvent 2014 and last year 2013.

Brenda Castiel Code PODCAST (not case sensitive) for 25% valid until Dec 31, 2014.

Needle Notes

Baby Tea Leaves Cardigan by Melissa LeBarre

I tightened up the neck edge with crochet in contrasting color.

Beguin de Printemps by Lilli comme tout

I was inspired by Amy Beth aka The Fat Squirrel of The Fat Squirrel Speaks
Inside of picot hem is bright pink and changes to purple after hem turn.

I made Minikins by Woolly Wormhead for The Comfort Tree.

Great for package tie and/or ornament.

The Blethering Room

I read Naneeknitters article in The Washington Courier about The Comfort Tree.

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

1 comment:

Varian Brandon said...

In case you haven't gotten a note on this....

Béguin de Printemps is Spring Bonnet..if I am not mistaken.

Certainly enjoy your podcast!

Ravelry: varianbrandon

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