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Friday, May 15, 2015

Episode 209 Pebble Beach KAL



This just never gets old!! Thank you Celtic Cross Pipes and Drums! You have been a vital part of every Welcome Home celebration we have had at the airport for our HEROES!!
Posted by Greater Peoria Honor Flight on Wednesday, May 6, 2015
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Events and Announcements

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Needle Notes
#ClickforKiley
Scrappy Sock Yarn Preemie Hat by Knitting Daddy Greg Cohoon. Proceeds from pattern to Family Support Network of Central Carolina. $3.00 pattern. $1 off with code “Blueberry” until May 31, 2010.




Fascinating construction. No major mods. The only thing i did was to use the working yarn to graft the heel. I did not want to deal with two extra ends to weave in later. It worked fine. You do have to break the yarn and rejoin during the heal construction so there are a few more ends than normal for a sock.



Miss Babbs Yummy Raffia Palm

Miss Daisy by Lisa Chemery—gift from JanMarie


Sooooo cute! Quick project for baby shower and is adorable!


I paired it with a pair of vintage Oshkosh overalls which was so cute. Emily bought a onesie that she paired with it.

Cottontail Creations by Nocturnal Knitter (Cottontail on Ravelry)
I tied each item with tulle ribbon and then put it all in this Jumbo project bag by Cottontail


In the Pipeline

Thank you, Jo, aka Qwiltnknitnut

Pebble Beach KAL with Curious Handmade.

Helen Stewart , also known as Curious Handmade is re-releasing her Pebble Beach Shawlette
and to celebrate we are hosting a Knitting Pipeline KAL of her designs.

Please join the fun and help us celebrate Helen’s designs.

Product Notes

Brother CS6000i

Brother CS6000i Feature-Rich Sewing Machine with 60 Built-In Stitches, 7 styles of 1-Step Auto-Size Buttonholes, Quilting Table, and Hard Cover

·        $145.00

·        Was using it 20 min out of box

·        Lightweight.

·        Easy to thread both spool and bobbin. Bobbin has clear cover so you can see your thread.

·        60 stitches on digital read out. Tells you foot to use.

·        Comes with a lot of accessories…walking foot, darning foot, button foot, zipper foot, and best of all, extension table. Did not come with ¼” foot.

·        Quiet. Max speed settings

·        Needle up button, reverse and forward buttons.

·        Main downside: Needle position is to the left rather than center but I can live with that.

·        Spool holder does not have horizontal position.

·        Highly recommended for occasional sewer, quilter.


My little quilting set up


In the Piping Circle

Honor Flight on May 5, 2015

Photo by Angie Shaw



Springfield Area Highland Games and Celtic Festival on Saturday May 16

Podcaster Notes

I just wanted to share a few things I’ve learned along the way to help others with similar issues. I am NOT an expert!

Using Audacity

1.      Use external microphone. I use Blue Snowball

2.      Pop filter

3.      Noise Removal

4.      Compress then Normalize

5.      Levelator


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

1 comment:

Penelope Ziarnik said...

Hi Paula,

I've been meaning to write to let you know that I knitted Lara Neel's Bootstrap Socks, and I love them! I'm on a bit of a Sock Architecture kick this spring - I'm working on "Adjoin" right now as a way of challenging myself to knit toe-up socks (I've done several that way, but I'm still not comfortable with the process.) I love the book - so much information, and great patterns.

Take care,

Penny

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