This episode is sponsored by Quince & Co, where you will find 100% American wool yarn spun in their historic mill in New England. Quince’s newest addition is Willet, a clean 100 % cotton, grown in Texas. Find them at www.quinceandco.com.
I am also a Craftsy Affiliate. This means that if you click from the Craftsy ad on my website and purchase a class or supplies, I receive credit for it. It is an easy way to support the show. Thank you!
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Thanks to everyone who has written to me recently and especially to those who commented or sent messages about my newest design, Wild Goose Shawlette and of course, thank you to everyone who has purchased the pattern. I hope you all enjoy knitting with your wild skein of yarn.
Events and Announcements
Stitches Midwest Banquet and Fashion Show. Friday night, August 7, 6:30 PM. Post in the thread here in the Knitting Pipeline Ravelry Group. You will also get admission to all four days of the Market.
Stitches Podcaster Meet Up
Saturday Aug 8 1 to 2 PM in Nirvana B on second level of convention center.
Both Knitting Pipeline Maine and Knitting Pipeline Cornerstone are full. If you are interested send me a personal message or email.
Mittens for Maine and Cornerstone Retreats
It’s a Blue Moon on Friday July 31st. Is the moon really blue? No. It means that there are two full moon in the same month. This only occurs every 2.5 to 3 years. Last Blue moon was in Aug 31, 2012. Next Blue Moon is Jan 31 2018 and again March 31 2018.
Those are the same stars, and that is the same moon, that look down upon your brothers and sisters, and which they see as they look up to them, though they are ever so far away from us, and each other. --Sojourner Truth
Charity Knitting for SSK
Bankhead Hat by Susie Gourlay (made famous in the podcasting world by Dan of Bakery Bears)
Care Wear Preemie Jester Hats by Cathy Gilroy
Knitting for Peace: Make the World A Better Place One Stitch at a Time by Betty Christiansen
I knitted six of the hats using dk/sport. Did not add pompoms.
Friend Martha gave me a hat she had knitted for Bebe:
Wee Sheep By Susan B Anderson $4.50
In the Blethering Room
Trip to NC in June
Scrappy Sock Yarn Preemie Hat by Greg Cohoon
Warm N Fuzzy 200 S Academy St. Cary NC 27511
Phydeaux Yarn Chaussette: superwash merino wool, nylon Color Miami
Malabrigo Mechita (single) fingering weight color Jupiter
Stitch markers, Clara Dress by Karin Vestergaard Mathiesen
|Display of Gradient cakes|
|Cute sample...one of many|
|Knitting Daddy with Blueberry|
|Rebecca (owner) and me|
|Classroom at Warm N Fuzzy in Cary NC|
|Staircase in Laskey Hall with Leslie's decorations|
2 Guys Yarn Co Gene and David. Etsy shop is closed until after Stitches Midwest. Check them out at Stitches Midwest.
Leading Men Fiber Arts also at Stitches Midwest. Wild Goose Chase colorway debut.
In the Pipeline
Have a great week, haste ye back, and hold your knitting close.
Thank you, Paula, for the kind words about our visit! It's really fun seeing your pictures and thinking back on our meet-up. And, yes, Piper's Journey is one of the Quince patterns that is hanging in the window. I also really do appreciate all the support you have showed for my preemie hat pattern. Thank you so much. --KnittingDaddy Greg
Happy Blue Moon, my friend! Enjoyed this podcast, as always. Praying I will get to see you at Stitches Midwest, but, if family needs me, I will arrive on Thursday and leave on Friday afternoon, so I'm not sure.
Thank you for making the beginning to my weekend an enjoyable one. Enjoy seeing baby in August, and keep on quilting! -- Love, Lee Bernstein
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