Monday, December 17, 2018
A Sweaters Quantity ~ Ep 3 of the My Wool Mitten Podcast
Here are the show notes and links for episode 3 of the My Wool Mitten podcast. You can view that on YouTube here (and I apologize for the length of the episode during the busy month of December!) So grab your knitting or spinning, put the kettle and join me as I talk about sheep and spinning and the inspiring time (for me at least!) of the slower pace of winter. You'll even get to briefly meet our two Barnevelder chickens!
((And I forgot to do the pattern give-aways! Oh dear...))
Make-a-longs and other podcasters (wool and knitting heroes!) are ~
Emily at Fibre Town Podcast and Ravelry Group. I'm participating in her HandspunWinter Spin-along.
Caroline and Knut at Honer och Eir on Patreon and Instagram for fearless and creative dreams in wool and fiber
Marlies and her beautiful Yarn Brew Podcast and Ravelry group. One of the most meaningful makers I know, she is hosting the MeaningfulKAL as well as posting delightful Vlogmas videos this December
Laurie at Chickenwood Studio podcast is another dedicated maker of so many things! I love hearing her wool stories.
The Corriedale fiber I show in the podcast that had been made into roving was processed right here in Michigan at Zeilingers Wool Mill. Also, the Romney-Border Leicester yarn I used for my Tensho Sweater was spun at Zeilingers.
Tensho sweater on Ravelry and at the Thread and Ladle website (Beatrice has a lovely podcast as well!)
I am working on a test knit sweater for Elly at Leaf Yarns. I'm also knitting a shawl (not shown) out of lovely yarn from the Leaf Yarns dye studio available through Etsy.
I mentioned I would share the links to a post I created here on the blog some time ago about how I go about washing raw fleece for processing, and that is here
I'm on Ravelry and Instagram as mywoolmitten