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

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Episode 293 Magic Bow: How to Tie a Shoe

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

Tiger Flower

At Quince & Co Beautiful brioche goes to colorful new heights in our newest shawl: Introducing Tiger Flower, in soft, silken Tern!

Designed by Katrine Birkenwasser, this crescent shawl uses two colors of our fingering-weight wool/silk yarn, with pretty welting stripes and a border of blossoms of alternating color.

A shawl in Tern is a shawl for all seasons, and Tiger Flower is one to reach for any time of year.

Read more about our newest shawl to knit from Quince & Co.

Big NEWS: Knitcircus will now have a new Store just around  the corner from the Studio! At last, we'll have a big, pretty space to showcase yarn, notions and more, with events and classes much more often! You're invited to the Store Grand Opening November 17th and 18th.

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Pipeliner Notes

Thank you to everyone who has been in touch with me in the past few weeks and a special welcome to our new Pipeliners who have introduced themselves in the Welcome Thread or to me in a personal message.

Melanieroberts72 from CO, sandra5461, from PA, tbergphoto who is Teresa from Dallas, teaandnittingtoo who is Colleen, SweetSkeins who is Dina from N CAL, TeriWoolley from MI, megantorres, WillowGroveKnits who is Veronic from BC, CN, Lynifred who is Nan from Upstate NY

iTunes Reviews! Thank you!

anonymous1,00000 who left a review on 10/8 and Pick112 who left a review on 10/9


KnitCircus Giveaway!

Congratulations to # 159 AZCatVet who is Christy. Please get in touch with me so I can mail out your prize.

My current favorite tree is the Eucalyptus. We have a huge one at our new home. But, I will always have a soft spot in my heart for the dogwood. My grandparents had several in their yard, and I loved to see them in bloom!


100% Superwash Merino 440 yds

 Colorway Just have a little Faith Impressionist

#BenotafraidGloves KAL


Needle Notes

How to Tie Your Shoes

·        Tie your usual bow.

·        Pull out last loop you made. You now have one loop and a string.

·        Make this string into a new loop and tie with old loop.

·        Advantage: Holds like a double knot except you don’t have to pick it out. Pull on end of last loop and it will come out.

In Progress

School Socks Rock by Julie Walters of Suffolk Socks

Finished: Antler Cardigan by TinCanKnits

Antler Cardigan by TinCanKnits in Quince & Co Lark
Back view

In The Blethering Room


House with 12 ladies. Thanks to everyone for putting up with me. Some of them brought yummy food and lots of laughter.


Went into town of Rhinebeck. Spied line for Needles Up but we didn’t know what it was. Way before opening at 3. They had a piper. Hello! Helen Stewart, and her friends Stewart and Bowen. Patricia who is p4chen and Corinne the piper, Amber Lindemann, Cori and Megan, Amy Beth and her mom, Sue Stokes…I could just put a chair down and enjoy talking to people in line. 

Ate at a local pub.


Podcaster Meet up. Oh my. So many lovely people!  
Iceland Trip reunion

Selma of Little Big Knits Podcast

Marcia of Fairy Little Podcast

Boston Jen

Sunday…stayed back at the ranch. My feet, my poor feet! Do not pack too lightly. I desperately needed another pair of shoes. 2 nights in a row with not enough sleep.

Rhinebeck inspiration…

Angie’s slippers by Ysolda Teague. Not so Tiny Slippers. We talked to Ysolda.

Colorwork…I tend to forget how much I love it!

In The Pipeline by pammaher on Ravelry

Haste ye back!



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