Knitting Pipeline is sponsored by my Longaberger home businessn and Quince & Co.

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

Friday, October 28, 2016

Episode 263 Quill Shawl, Smooth Operator Socks, Rhinebeck

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This episode is sponsored by Quince & Co and Knitcircus Yarns.

At Quince & Co  all our wool yarns are 100% grown, processed, spun, dyed, twisted, and labeled here in the USA.  Our natural fibers wool, linen, alpaca, and mohair are not chemically treated or mixed with petrochemical fibers such as nylon. Enjoy springy goodness in your knitting with

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Treat yourself to a gorgeous, hand-dyed, gradient yarn in saturated colors with smooth color transitions throughout the skein. We are hosting a Pick Your Gradient Shawl KAL through September 2016.

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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. AmyKnitsNow, DebbieBackes, sallred who is Sheryl from AZ, MaryB2 who is Boykin from SC, Claussdk who is Donna from VA, Eileen-S who is Eileen from Florence OR, ejpetley who is Liz from near Birmingham UK, Jenjay who is Jen from the mountains of Napa Valley.

As always thank you also for the 5 star ratings and reviews on iTunes. New reviews from Kitten Little on 10/13 who has been listening for 6 years! Carolina Kathy on 10/21.


Knitting Pipeline Retreat-Registration will be coming soon.

February 17-18 with optional Workshop and Yarn Crawl Fun Day on Feb 16

Registration will open soon. I am working on the details now.

Amy Detjen will be teaching Brioche at the workshops!

Nature Notes

As I write today I am looking at our woods of yellow and green hues. Almost half the leaves have fallen, carpeting the woodland floor. We watch squirrels bury acorns from the red oak tree that stands outside the porch. At night we hear the calls of the Barred Owl and occasionally the Great Horned Owl. This morning a Carolina Wren perched on the window ledge as I was eating breakfast. That eye stripe and tail are pretty unmistakeable. We savor these chilly nights and cool, temperate days as winter approaches.

Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. George Eliot

Needle Notes

Project Zero times two!

Golden Sand by Joji Locatelli: tip on graphing lace pattern.

Quill Shawl by Helen Stewart (4th in The Shawl Society)

Smooth Operator Socks by Susan B Anderson
KnitCircus Yarn

Into The Whirled with hells and toes in KnitCircus

KnitCircus Yarn: Thank you, Angie!

The Blethering Room
My lovely cabin mates Martha, Melissa, Darlene, and Lynn

Rhinebeck=NY Sheep and Wool Festival

Thanks to everyone who said hello and gave me a hug!

I met crewmom who is Pat of Rhinebeck and Mt Rutsen studio and Raisin’ Cane. I got to hug her and get a photo.

With the lovely Pat of Mt Rutsen Studio and Raisin' Cane

Leapin’ Llamas with Amy Beth, JoAnna Spring, Amber and Heidi (Yarnhoarder), and my cabin mates.

Thank you my doughnut fairies, Andrea who is Crochetsnknitstoo, on Saturday and Casey of Tangerine Designs on Sunday.
Podcaster meetup on “the hill” 
with Diane, Scitchr


with TwinsetJan

With Selma

with Melissa

With Amy

with Cheryl

I finally met Tammy in person!

Clair of NH Knits

My friend and travel companion, Martha

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

1 comment:

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