Episode 2b: Spreading Rocks
Release Date: 03/23/2017
Mastering the Knits Episode #2b: Spreading Rocks
Welcome to the Mastering the Knits podcast! Natalie starts off this episode with some announcements and extras!
This episode is sponsored by DaizieKnits and Sunflower Knit Shop.
DaizieKnits Giveaway (1:37)
To enter visit the Mastering the Knits Podcast group on ravelry and comment on the episode thread by March 31st, 2017. You can win a skein of her yarn and buttons! Go comment!
Master Status (3:45)
Natalie talks about her progress with her TKGA Master Hand Knitting Level 1 progress. She mentions talking to Knitpicks.com and picked up some items from Micheal's. She mentioned Arenda Holladay's video Figure 8 video. She mentions ChelPanda. Natalie thanks Jennifer from DaizieKnits for the shout out on her video cast.
Natalie finished the stocking for her friend's daughter! She used the pattern Uncle's Christmas Stocking by Dorene Delaney Giordano using Knitpicks Wool of the Andes Sport in white and Amethyst Heather. She mentions using the alphabet letters here. Natalie talked about two old FO shawls both used for the Into the Wool KAL. She knit her Pipevine and her Fireside Goose.
In our hands(13:26)
Natalie talks about working on a spinning project using some natural brown BFL from her stash. Cast on the next stocking for child number 2. The pattern for this one is Grandma's Argyle Sock Christmas Stocking by Dorene Delaney Giordano using Knitpicks Wool of the Andes Sport in white and Red.
Simply Selfie (14:55)
On the Road (17:43)
Comfort zone (18:43 )
Natalie talks about #stpeterocks.
Thank you for joining us for episode 1b o f Mastering the Knits. We’d like to thank our sponsor Daizieknits and Sunflower Knit Shop. You can find shownotes at masteringtheknitspodcast.com or on our ravelry group Mastering the Knits Podcast. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on Twitter @MtKnitsPodcast. Alicia is knottyknitter17 on Ravelry, Twitter, Instagram. Natalie can be found as barknknit on twitter, Instagram, and ravelry.