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Friday, October 2, 2015

Episode 224 Sharing Maine with Bronwyn and Sarah

Porch Knitting and Spinning in Maine

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Bronwyn and Sarah join me for today’s episode as I share some of the memories and experiences at the Knitting Pipeline Maine Retreat.


I’m going to Rhinebeck!

Cornerstone Fall Retreat October 21-24 in beautiful Washington IL

Spring Retreat Feb 26-27, 2016, Details and registration TBA.

Knitting Pipeline Maine

Maine Mitten Project (63 pair). Thank you, Mary, for delivering the mittens for us. Check out Mary’s podcast, Knitting Dish.

Susan B Anderson Mary Millie, and Morgan Doll Workshop

Susan teaching doll workshop

My Morgan doll

Kristebee’s Top Secret Mini

Kristebee and Susan. photo credit Kristebee

Mini Kristebee and Susan. photo credit Kristebee

Bunny Tail by Susan B Anderson from Itty-Bitty Hats

Karen of Seven Sisters Arts in Blue Hill Maine Thank you, Karen!
Karen of Seven Sisters Arts and Paula

Indigo Dyeing in progress

Susan B Anderson unfolds her scarf after dyeing.

Thanks to Jo, Qwiltnknitnut for helping Karen!

Sashiko (The Purl Bee)

Sleep sac is a gift from Karen.
Love the hood too!

My embroidery

The straight line stitching was easy. I used 6 strands of floss.
My indigo sock blank ready to go!

Mini skeins from Seven Sisters Arts

Vendor Fair and Book Signing by Susan B Anderson and Hannah Fettig (Knitbot)
Hannah Fettig and Paula

Seven Sisters Arts Matrika (fingering) and Zenith (sport, light DK)

Camp Wool in downtown Kennebunk
Camp Wool Purchases

Wooly Charms from Camp Wool

Dish Cloth Swap Haul

Travel tip: Vacuum seal bags at Target

By all these lovely tokens September days are here, with summer’s best of weather and autumn’s best of cheer.” ~ Helen Hunt Jackson

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


Martha said...

Great recap of a wonderful retreat. Thanks for all the photos. The embroidery on Bebe's sleep sac is adorable. See you soon, friend.

Karen said...

Wonderful show. Really loved seeing the pictures of the projects you guys were all working on. Looks like you had beautiful weather in a beautiful area.

Nancy B. said...

Really fun hearing about the many retreat activities. And thanks for sharing so many photos!

Trudi said...

When will the information for next years Maine retreat come out? It looks like so much fun.

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