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

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

Friday, December 15, 2017

Episode 297 Sleepy Kittens, Making, Mae


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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 www.knitcircus.com and be sure to join our Ravelry group and listen to our podcast.

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Events

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, 2017 Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, near Atlanta GA

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

Littles KAL moderated and led by JanMarieKnits


#BenotafraidGloves KAL

#knittingpipelineglovekal


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

Needle Notes

Sleepy Kitten Set by Susan B Anderson


Wisconsin Woolen Spun Worsted by Barrett Wool

Co. (100% American Wool; 100 g / 250 yd (228 m))









Sleep Sack is super simple to sew.

Cat Basket by Sanae Ishida (Making #4)

Mae by Melissa LaBarre


Quince & Co Chickadee in Rosa Rugosa




In The Blethering Room

Interweave Knits purchased at Hand-dyed Holiday at Le Mouton Rouge Knittery in Bloomington IL

Article:The Adventurous Life of June Hemmons Hiatt by Rachel Matthews

In The Pipeline

Land of Sweets Cowl by CuriousHandmade


Land of Sweets KAL in Knitting Pipeline Group

Knitting Pipeline Gloves KAL

The JasperPatch Hooray! Just got home from a morning birding - handknit sweater, gloves, fingerless mittens and hat. On our way to glove weather, and dealing with binoculars is so much easier with gloves rather than mittens.

I am almost certain that I will be making a second pair of Lanark. (Sweet Paprika Designs) My first pair are slightly felted now, and I have had to reknit one of the fingers (I am hard on my gloves!). I plan to use some MCN from my stash, just depends how the variegated knits up in the pattern.


Bayjena: Aire’s Gloves to Knit by Nancy Bush  Piecework July/Aug 2017


SHIPZL Ellen from MA: I’m going to make Foxhall Gloves by The Rainey Sisters. I’m finding their Glove Guide (which comes with the pattern) to be really helpful.

Turbogal: I’m hoping I’ll find time to get this KAL done - I’ve wanted to knit gloves for a while. Also, I have some of the silver spun yarn in stash - that is conductive, so you can work touchscreen electronics without removing your gloves. I’ve decided to try the Layering Basics, Gloves pattern, using SilverSpun yarn for the fingers.  Pattern by Tori Forest

RachelFTZ: … I think I’m going to do the Dimorphous Mittens (Miriam Felton), which are gloves that have mittens layered over them. I have a nice silk blend that I’m thinking about for the glove part, and then using a coordinating wool for the mitten. Hmmm…

DianeLaces and Cherylb362 are knitting Knotty Gloves

JCRandall Making Modified Army Gloves in Bartlett Yarns for my son at his request. They are small so I didn’t decrease across the hand as the pattern suggests. Dense, warm and windproof.

Modified Army Gloves by Peachtree Patterns

Piecework May Sept-Oct 2017 Gaman Mittens to Knit and Embroider by Susan Strawn

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

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