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Knitting Pipeline is sponsored by Quince & Co. and Knitcircus Yarns

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Episode 262 Chat with Bronwyn and Sarah

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Pipeliner Notes

Thanks to everyone who has been in touch with me in the past few weeks. A special thank you and welcome to new Pipeliners who have introduced yourselves in the Welcome Thread. Fatpieceofwool who is Carole from the UK, jubowl who is Judy from rural OH, Whittle1775 who is Margaret from Lancashire England, MSvantes who is Mary from the Oregon coast, downthegardenpath who is Kim from a small border town in England, daleanne1 who is Dale Anne from CA, NonaJoan from KC MO, Isha-sttiches from NC, and Jimee325 who is Jimmy from Boston.

As always thank you also for the 5 star ratings and reviews on iTunes. There were two new written reviews to boost me up this week. One is from oryxrun on Oct 3 and one from JJ Townsley on Oct 4.


Iceland Trip!
May 26-June 5, 2017

Hannah Fettig of KnitBot

There were 150 posts! Using the Random Number Generator…The winner of the beautiful bundle of Knitbot Wool Trip Yarn is….

#124 who is debr57! 

Debbie, I’ll give you a week to hear your name on the show and if I don’t hear from you, I’ll pm you before I go to Rhinebeck. Congratulations!

Nature Notes

Here are photos of the GIANT Living thing that was down by the creek in our woods.
That's my foot on the right.
Another cool fungus on a stump

Needle Notes

Bronwyn has a new shawl design, Gathering Rosebuds. She used Sun Valley Fibers.

Bronwyn finished her crochet blanket, is crocheting a poncho by MarlyBird, and finished a Barley Hat.

Paula is coming down the home stretch on Quill Shawl by Helen Stewart in Berocco Vintage DK.

Paula is finished Swift by Shannon Cook and is knitting a toddler version of the same hat.

Maine Retreat

Indigo Dye Workshop by Karen Grover of Seven Sisters Arts.

Mitten table! All mittens going to Maine Mitten Project

Karen Grover explains indigo dye process

Badges by Gail, Cottontail on Ravelry. Contact her for your own personalized badge.

Camp Wool in Kennebunk ME

1 comment:

Suzanne said...

I'm so happy to see you have guests this episode. I literally was just wondering what item Bronwyn is making multiples of. :)

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