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

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

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Episode 296 Georgia Retreat Info, Boomerang, Campanula

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

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.

Knitcircus is so happy to be working with Christina, the Healthy Knitter, supporting the Project Peace KAL again this year!  She's offering this wonderful KAL along with meditations on peace on The Healthy Knitter Blog every day December 1-21st.

We'll donate 10% of the purchase price of Knitcircus Project Peace Kits to Heifer International, supporting small family business and raising people out of poverty worldwide.

Watch for Knitcircus Yarns giveaways to celebrate the end of the KAL!

Find us at and be sure to join our Ravelry group and listen to our podcast.

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Pipeliner Notes

Welcome to our newest pipeliners, Wisewoman who is in Vermont and Maggie, who wrote me a lovely note. 

iTunes Reviews! Thank you to:

Fruberg 11/21

Redsknitsvi on 11/23

Links to retreats and registration materials are in the Knitting Pipeline Retreats Group on Ravelry. There is also a sticky thread with all upcoming retreat dates.

Georgia Retreat Registration Opens Dec 11, 2017.

Download information here.

March 25-28, 2018 Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, near Atlanta GA

Knitting Pipeline Retreat in Washington Illinois…Registration in progress. Feb 16-17, 2018

Knit Alongs (KALS)

Littles KAL moderated and led by JanMarieKnits

#BenotafraidGloves KAL


Land of Sweets Cowl KAL Moderated and led by Jo, Qwiltnknitnut

Needle Notes

Boomerang Workshop by Steve Fegert, DramaticKnits on Ravelry and his podcast, Dramatic Knits. Leading Men Fiber Arts

KnitCircus Yarn Greatest of Ease in Celebrate Good Times colorway

Campanula Children’s Hat by Hey Mama Wolf

Quince & Co Chickadee in Parsley colorway. US 3 (3.25 mm)

Jacquard Socks. Hjertegarn Sock Wool purchased in Iceland.

In The Blethering Room

In The Pipeline

Audio Podcast Promo Behind the Wool

KnitVent 2017

Happiness Runs Hat  by Lee Bernstein   Good beginner hat

Product Notes

Lykke Needles Review $114 on Amazon from 3rd party seller

I have interchangeable sets by KnitPicks, Knitters Pride, Zings formerly owned DyaCraft.

I’ve knit quite a few projects on the Lykke Needles.

·        Size US 4 to 17 (3.5 mm to 12 mm) with 5 cords, stoppers and keys for tightening.

·        5” tips

·        Birchwood…as slick as wood can get. Wood color varies.

·        Case is faux suede and actually usable (compare with Zing)

·        Sharp points

·        Smooth joins. Cables seem to be compatible with Knitter’s Pride. Case much nicer.

·        Might try buying a fixed circular before getting the set.

Highly Recommended.

$14 on Amazon

Hangs over neck. Comfortable. Lights are good. 3 settings.

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

3 comments: services said...

I always admire you knitted shawls.All the knitted clothes by you looks so adorable. Intricacy is the element I like most in your knitted clothes

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Diane Sawyer said...

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