Episode 6: Procrasti-KNIT-ing

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Dear Listeners, I took the title of this episode perhaps too much to heart and did not even touch the editing process until 8:30 AM the day of upload. However, much to my shame and consternation, all efforts I had put into it were lost in the transfer to my sister’s house, which I discovered about an hour prior to upload. As such, this episode is being presented almost entirely unedited. I’m sorry.

Audio Man

The Irises that I stole from a nun.

Sunshine! – Making Yarn Gremlins of All of Us – 34:03

Fashionably Riding – 34:24

Colors of Fall Cardi (ravelry link)! Originally made for The Yarniacs podcast Colors of Fall knit-a-long in 2017, and also submitted to the Fairs and Festivals contest hosted by Friends Of The Show Greg and Pam of the Unraveling podcast. The pattern is the Essential Cardigan (ravelry link) by Laura Grutzeck (ravelry link) and was published in Interweave Knits, Summer 2010. I used Knitpicks Wool of the Andes Worsted (ravelry link) in Dove and Mist.

Deathwish Coffee: Not a Sponsor, Just a Need – 38:50

Ongoing Projects – 39:04

All MHK swatches are made and blocked!

The Churfirsten Socks (ravelry link) by Sabrina Schumacher are almost finished.

The Vest (ravelry link) is finished, blocked, and awaiting more pictures.

The Vest

The Standing Stones Stockings (ravelry link) are now being mades two-at-a-time on a longer circular needle.

Fiber Fuckery: You Decide – 42:15

Stalled – 42:37

The Standing Stones Stockings are designed as straight tubes, but my legs aren’t. Ripped about 20 cm to increase 8 stitches in the stockinette section the comprises the back of each stocking.

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