Show notes for the podcast about fiber and farming.

A podcast with updates on projects that are Finished, Nearly Done, and Just Begun. Enabling Dust will be flung and garden and animal updates will be discussed. Occassional episodes are Field Trips to see the farm, garden and old farm house where this all takes place.

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Episode 26 - Pumped Up Bobbles

Beginning Rare Breed Spinning kit - Spindle and Roving from Julia/SapphireChild. A spindle and 2oz each of two natural color rovings with very different character: Babydoll Southdown and Shetland. $2 refund in December if you leave a comment at checkout stating your favorite thing about Knit Spin Farm! 


Jennifer's Orange you glad they aren't extinct rare breed shawl.

Podcasts mentioned:

Acer Cardigan by Amy Christoffers in Cascade Yarns Cascade 220 Heathers (Rav page

Ziyal by Allison Goldthorpe in handspun Inglenook Fibers batt in Seashore 

For Good Hat by Megan Williams (and Knit-along - win these stitch markers I made!) in Creatively Dyed Yarn

Juneberry Triangle by Jared Flood in Knit Picks Andean Treasure

LaLa's Simple Shawl by Laura Linneman in Vanna's Choice

Lotus Mittens by Heather Desserud in Louet Gems, Linen Grey and Terra Cotta

Alda Road socks by Tricia Welton-Hinkle in  Knitting Notions Classic Merino Superwash Sock, colorway Earthshine

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1 comment:

  1. Yay! I'm so happy you like Ziyal! The color transitions in your yarn are amazing. I also like your Acer. I have one in orange and I'm really considering making a second one even though I don't knit the same pattern twice very often.