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

Friday, October 13, 2017

Episode 292 Bronwyn and Sarah Visit

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

New At Quince & Co Kindred Knits: Knitting for Little Ones Near and Far by Susan B Anderson takes you through the basics of top down cardigan knitting and shows you how versatile a simple child’s garment can be. This playful bounty of children’s knits features our worsted weight wool, Lark, available in a palette of over 60 colors. Find our patterns, wool, and accessories at

Knitcircus Yarns specializes in hand-dyed gradients and gradient stripes. Total Eclipse of the Yarn Gradient is a lovely near-neutral palette developed the day of the Total Eclipse to commemorate the big event. Soft dusty pink, starshine gold and night-sky navy make an Impressionist Gradient that's out of this world

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Bronwyn and Sarah joined me this week to catch up on our knitting and well, a lot of other things!


KnitCircus Giveaway!


100% Superwash Merino 440 yds

 Colorway Just have a little Faith Impressionist

Leave a comment in the Knit Circus Giveaway thread here. Prompt is Do you have a favorite tree or type of tree?

#BenotafraidGloves KAL


Nature Notes

We discuss praying mantis and hummingbirds.

Needle Notes

School Socks Rock by Julie Walters of Suffolk Socks

Antler Cardigan by TinCanKnits

Little Willet by Dawn Catanzaro

Quince & Co Willet (cleaner cotton)

Clover by Susan B Anderson Free Pattern on Barrett Wool Co blog

Birds by Kevin Henkes

Rainbow Marley by Susan B Anderson from Itty-Bitty Hats

Kindred Knits: Knitting for Little Ones Near and Far by Susan B Anderson with Quince & Co
Craftsy Start Up Library Hand Embroidery by Kat McTee (Please use link in sidebar)

Examples of Kristin's work. Japanese boro-inspired

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


Unknown said...

I agree with you about homemade hummus being so much better than purchased. I do use bottled lemon juice often.
Also a friend shared sunflower seed hummus, substituting sunflower seeds for garbanzos. Just soak 1 cup of sunflower seeds in water over night, drain & use in place of the garbanzos.
Also Thanks for the Brooklyn Haberdashery lovely pictures. This renewed my interest in embroidery.

Unknown said...

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Harry kevin said...

The latest podcast episode, fueled by the fantastic sponsor's Quince & Co and Knitcircus Yarns, is an absolute joyride into the world of creativity eventually it helped me make my assignment. Picture the excitement as top-down cardigan basics unfold, revealing the endless possibilities of children's knits. Quince & Co's vibrant palette of over 60 colors and Knitcircus Yarns' celestial gradients create an exhilarating journey into the cozy universe of fibers and patterns.

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