This episode is sponsored by Quince & Co and Knitcircus Yarns.
At Quince & Co May is here! We kick off this fantastic fifth month of the year with five summer-friendly knits in Cleaner Cotton™ Willet, by the Quince design team: Announcing the Willet 2017 collection! Monday's Willet Week reveal is Bobbie, designed by Pam Allen. Ah, stripes. Bobbie's easy, comfy fit and those classic stripes make this crew sweater an irresistible addition to the modern knitter's wardrobe. Bobbie is available as part of the Willet 2017 collection bundle, or as a single pattern. Order the bundle now, and let us surprise you with a new Willet pattern each day from now through Friday. More coming your way—Willet Week is just getting started!
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The Shawl Society II by CuriousHandmade. First pattern release May 4!
3 free subscriptions! Thank you so much, Helen!
#70 Robbi5 I have knit Helen’s beautiful shawl patterns before, and would love to knit some more!
#25 ASPENSUE I love Helen’s shawl designs. I have some gradient yarn that I’d like to use on one of her new patterns! (Just need to get a few other items off the needles first.)
#48 LayingCable I love Helen’s shawl patterns! I have made the Sonder shawl so far.
Zigzagular Socks by Susie White in Cascade Heritage Paints.
The Girl from the Grocery Store by Joji Locatelli
|On the Blocking Bed--Girl from the Grocery Store|
|by Joji Locatelli|
|Old Shell/Shale pattern|
The Blethering Room
Plane airport Knitting is different than car knitting.
Socks are not that good for me to knit in the car. Dishcloths, ok, but cotton yarn hard on hands.
- Not much looking at work—simple
- Lots of garter or stockinette.
- Sport weight or heavier. Not splitty yarn
What do you keep on hand for knitting while in the car?
In The Pipeline
Icelandic Read Along/Knit Along
- Njal’s Saga (Magnus Magnusson translation)
- Independent People by Halldόr Laxness
Hmmmm. I don't remember writing this.
The raisin at the end of the sausage" (or hot dog)
Rúsínan í pylsuendanum. Icelandic for “the icing on the cake” or “cherry on top”!
Have a great week, haste ye back and hold your knitting close.
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