Sunday, November 25, 2018
Knit Up and Dye Episode 89 - What You Make It
This episode I show off my progress on my black cowl project, briefly discuss the tutorial sample knitting I'm working on,announce the Barn Dance test knit, talk about the ornament exchange, show off upcoming Patreon yarns and hint at the exclusive content available through the Patreon site, including my in-depth design process blogging. I show off one of my favorite "anti-allergen" products and discuss how you make your own experience. Don't forget the giveaway drawing is next episode!
Host: Jessica L'Heureux
Ravelry Group: Knit Up & Dye Podcast
"Throw the Hammer Hard" - Bob Log III
Thank you, thank you, Bob for letting me use this!
Buy his music at boblog111.com
"Squircle" by General Hogbuffer
Available for FREE on Ravelry
Thank you to everyone who sponsored prizes. Please give these sponsors your love and business!
Cath Thorley - Knitterscarlet's Designs
"Blueberrylicious" 100g fingering weight yarn & "witch hat" progress keeper
Rosalee Millett - Yarn Matrix
"Autumn's Spring" 100g worsted weight yarn
Capi Puszcz - The Yarn and I
"jeans" progress keeper
Donna Schmitt - Knitting with Attitude
"keys" stitch markers & "sheep" progress keeper &"cardinals & chicadees" project bag
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DRAWING: December 2nd.
Open World Wide!
If we break the 1000 subscriber mark, I will add two skeins of yarn from my shop, inclusive of custom order/dyed to order, of the winner's choice!!!
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