Episode 64: Am I Back?

 

Filmed on 5/11/19

Welcome back from my hiatus! My last episode was mid-January, which was a period of time that culminated in some previously unrealized levels of stress. So if you didn’t see my instagram post about dropping the podcast for a bit, that’s why I haven’t been posting regular episodes here.

Things that have happened since my last episode include —

  • Medical nonsense
  • Mental health stuff
  • Job Stuff – A long-time coworker friend left the job and my supervisor was fired in the same week
  • Reading copious amounts of fanfiction
  • Started studying witchcraft
  • Taking a lot of walks
  • Making my own granola bars
  • Sleeping a lot
  • Gardening
  • Curating down my social media and YouTube feeds
  • Reorganizing my entire home library

 

Podcast Stuff

  • Schedule? Who dat? I’d like to return to a monthly schedule, but I don’t know if I’m at a place where that is a reasonable expectation.

 

FOs

  • Shagbark by Tian Foley – US 8/5.0 mm needles – Classic Elite Yarns MountainTop Blackthorn “Wolf” – gauge is looser than what is described, but I like the fabric so I calc’d what size I would need with the gauge I have – cast on the smallest size.
  • Palmer Ribbed Socks v2 – improv pattern – Palmer Family Farm CVM local wool, US 3/3.25 mm Cubics needles
  • Halloween shirt wearable muslin – McCall’s M6044 size M/L – modified – black cotton from Affordable Fabrics that I’m not a fan of for quilting and some Halloween fabric details
  • Large project bag – plain weave, 12 dent heddle, Ashford 24” loom – scrap yarns. Sewn into a boxed bottom zipper bag.
  • Pumpkin Patch handspun – singles done for the #pumpkinMAL
  • Rug hooking sampler – Loop by Loop – designed by Sharon Perry

 

WIPs

  • Granny Stripe Blanket by Lucy/Attic24 – US G/4.25mm hook marling Knit Picks Stroll Fingering in Black with a magic ball of Legacy Fiber Artz minis
  • Memory blanket by Georgie Nicolson – US 1 /2.5 mm – fingering weight scraps
  • Jyn Erso socksMust Stash Yarns self striping – US 0/2.0 mm needles – vanilla socks with after through heels
  • Palmer Ribbed Socks v3 – improv pattern – Palmer Family Farm CVM local wool, US 3/3.25 mm Cubics needles
  • Handspun sweater – Knitting Pattern Essentials by Sally Melville – machine knit LK 150 – Autumn Spinners Hill and Classic Elite Yarns Mohawk Wool
  • Comfort Fade Cardi by Andrea Mowry – Once Upon a Corgi Handmade yarns (Queequeg/Briny Beach,Tomorrow I Shall Be Fetterless/Lemony Snicket, Miracles and meatballs/ Ghoul Haunted Woodlands of Weir, Dark as a Crow at Night/ Dying to Burn at the Stake) – US 4/3.5 mm needle
  • Rice Fields by Elzbieta Torenc – US 3/3.25mm needles – Berroco Ultra Alpaca Light for Black and Legacy Fiber Artz Hocus Pocus colorways
  • Star Wars Aurebesh Sampler Pattern by Adleones
  • Brown Cormo Sweater Spin – Ashford Kiwi 2 – finished the singles!
  • Mad Color Fiber Arts “Life is Short and You Are Hot” SW Targhee – 2 ply fractal spin
  • Greenwood Fiberworks “Mallard” Merino/Stellina – 2 ply fractal spin
  • Fall mini-batts drop spindling – with new Turtle Made top whorl drop spindle
  • Darth Scabrous mini batts – Turtle Made top whorl drop spindle
  • Weaving pattern GW T001 S-XXL from GetWeaving – Sampled yarns, made a muslin, warped the loom, weaving

 

Swatches

  • Combo Hand/Machine sweaters – I’m starting to get itchy to do circular yoke sweaters, but I want to do all the plain stockinette on the machine
  • Sock Tubes – Make an effort to actually get my ribber bed working without giving me all the trouble to make tubes for socks

Other Stuff

Stuff I’m Listening To:

Stuff I’m Reading:

  • All Out: The No-Longer-Secret Stories of Queer Teens throughout the Ages – Brilliant and amazing and I loved these stories
  • Jailbreaking the Goddess: A Radical Revisioning of Feminist Spirituality by Lasara Firefox Allen – Slow going because of the workshopping nature of this book, but I am enjoying the process
  • Magical Destinations of the Northeast: Sacred Sites, Occult Oddities & Magical Monuments by Natalie Zaman – It’s interesting, but there’s something about it that isn’t as compelling as I was expecting? Some of the entries seem too brief to be useful.
  • Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner by Scott Cunningham – It’s interesting to put modern Wicca in context, but it’s just confirming that Wicca itself is not what I’m looking for and there’s some dated, problematic language in this book that can turn me off to the actually useful information in this book.
  • Natural Color by Sasha Duerr – Very helpful find from my local library
  • The Last of the Jedi by Jude Watson – Finally nearing the end of the series!

 

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back returning viewers. Thanks for

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sticking with me. This is a crafty type

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podcast coming to you from the north

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west hills of Connecticut, which is an

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and Mahican ancestral homelands. Show

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posting new episodes. I’m filming this on

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Saturday morning- May the 11th, 2019.

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It looks very dark in here on my screen

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but Oh trust me, it’s not. I had to

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position the camera so that that window

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with the curtains closed, it was a

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shining beacon of sunrise. Yeah, so I’ve

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been on hiatus. My last episode was about

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mid-January, which was a period of time

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that culminated in some previously

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unrealized levels of stress. So if you

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didn’t see my Instagram post saying that

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I was dropping the podcast for a while

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because of stuff, that’s why I haven’t

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been posting regular episodes.

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But you know, some things that have happened

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since my last episode is more medical

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nonsense, some mental health nonsense- I

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shouldn’t call that nonsense- mental

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health stuff, the medical has been

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nonsense, but mental health stuff, job

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stuff, including one co-worker who I have

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worked with forever leaving and then

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within the same week my supervisor being

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fired,

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reading copious amounts of fanfiction to

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cope with life, started studying

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witchcraft, started taking a lot of walks,

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started making my own granola bars

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instead of buying them at the grocery

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store basically every week, sleeping a

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lot, gardening- started doing that,

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curating down my social media and

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YouTube feeds cuz it was stressing me

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out, and reorganizing my entire home

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library. So that’s what I’ve been up to,

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as well as the things that I will be

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talking about craft wise. The only thing

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I’m not including in this video craft

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wise is the natural dyeing stuff cuz

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frankly, I don’t remember what I’ve told

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you. And maybe I’ll do a roundup at the

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end of the year with like the things

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that I’ve learned about natural dyeing

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in the past year. Because I started in

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December, so that’s a nice easy milestone

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to aim for, I guess. I don’t know. It- I’m

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barely. I’m taking notes on all the

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actual stuff that I’m doing for the

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natural dyeing, but the timeline of it is

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completely gone.

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It’s just I have no idea when I did it. I

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don’t know. So that’s the only thing I’m

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not going to be talking about in this

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episode. As I said, maybe I’ll do a

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roundup since then I can just pull out

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my book of samples and be like these are

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the things that I’ve done. It’s an idea.

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The only update I have for podcast stuff

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is I’m hoping to return to the monthly

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schedule. However, I don’t know if that’s

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gonna happen because time and space are

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things that I have not yet gotten a handle

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on since January, so working on it, but

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I’m feeling like podcasting now. So

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cross your fingers, if this is something

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that you tune into regularly. Just a

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series of unintelligible noises. Let’s

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just get into the crafting stuff because

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this- I’m basically going to be touching

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on every single work in progress that I

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have probably- that you’ve seen in the

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past eight months. Because I’ve pretty

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much touched all of the works in

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progress since my last episode. So let’s

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start with some finished objects. The

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first finished object is the Shagbark

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cardigan by Tian Foley. This- I used

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Classic Elite yarns. So here is the sweater.

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Here’s my monster swatch, in case anyone

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forgot that I’m a crazy person who makes

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giant swatches now. Oh

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allergies. Okay. So this is Classic Elite

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Yarns Mountaintop Blackthorn in the

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Wolf colorway. It’s a- I don’t know- bulky

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yarn probably and I didn’t write down

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what’s actually the fiber content on

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this, but it’s wool. There’s some

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alpaca. I don’t remember if there’s

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anything else, but it’s this light gray.

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It’s giant.

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Not giant on me, it’s just a very thick

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garment because it’s bulky. It’s a

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seamed raglan cardigan with this collar

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thing going on and it’s super warm. I

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knit it on US 8/ 5 mm

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needles and my gauge was much looser

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than what the pattern called for, so I

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ended up knitting the smallest size for

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the measurements I wanted with my gauge.

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And things I have learned is I still

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like- I’m still digging the open front

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cardigan thing. It’s very warm. This

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collar thing drives me bonkers. Also the

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raglan seams feel wrong to me. It could be

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just because I don’t wear raglan things,

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but I ke- it- when I’m not looking at it

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in a mirror, I shift it so that this back

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arm seam is closer to the tops of my

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shoulders, which is not how it’s supposed

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to fit. But I’m so used to the shoulder

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seam here and then a set in sleeve, so

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seamed raglan’s are not the way to go

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for me in the future. Also these collar-

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this collar nonsense is not conducive to

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my life. Basically this is a bum around

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the house sweater because it’s hard to

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wear with collared shirts, which is what

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I wear to work every day. So it’s

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basically a weekend/ when I get home from

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work and I put on pajamas and I need to

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just like snuggle down just like do this

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and watch TV. So it’s not as useful as I

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would have hoped. I was hoping that I

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would be able to use it as a light

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jacket, but again this collar thing. And

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it could be because of the content of

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the yarn that this collar thing isn’t

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working because alpaca is drapey, so it’s

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not staying wherever I put it.

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It drives me a little crazy, which is why

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I’m fiddling with it in the screen right

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now.

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So I learned a lot from this sweater and

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I definitely wore it a lot once I

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finished it because it was toasty and

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delightful. It’s just- I know this is

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going to end up a kind of shapeless

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wooly matt- mah- mmm shapeless wooly mass,

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shapeless mass that is wooly- that will

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basically be a blanket with sleeves one

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day. So that is the Shagbark sweater. Drop

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that on the floor. I finished a pair of

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socks- not a fingering weight pair of

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socks, but a worsted weight pair of socks.

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I finished pair number two of my Palmer

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family farm- my notes shut off. It’s like

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I’ve never left. These are a little hard to see because

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they’re brown and I’m wearing black and

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everything is dark behind me because

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light is being weird,

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but these are my Palmer family farm

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ribbed socks version two. This is a

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pattern that I’ve been tweaking

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specifically for this yarn because I

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love this yarn and I buy basically a

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couple of skeins from this farm every

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time I see their booth at a specific

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farmers market in September. Yeah, it’s a

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basic ribbed sock, if you haven’t seen it

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before. It’s a 1×1 rib for the cuff. It’s

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a 3×1 rib for the body. It’s a

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fish lips kiss heel and then what toe

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was I doing? I guess I’ve just a standard

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decrease on either side toe. I knit these

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using a US 3 which is a 3.25

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mm needle and

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this is- I keep mentioning their name.

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It’s a CVM wool. I think they’re the only

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farm in Connecticut who has a CVM flock

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and it makes for great socks. This is the

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second pair in the series that I’m

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working on, but it’s my third pair of CVM

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thick worsted weight socks. So pleased to

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have those off even though it’s spring

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and I probably won’t wear them until

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November. But I am very excited to have

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these done because I get to wear them

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and this is starting to become old stash –

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the Palmer family farm that I’ve had. So

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those are done. On to sewing finished

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objects. I did finish- I don’t remember

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if the Shagbark was part of my Make Nine,

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but I did a Make Nine for 2019. It’s on

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Instagram.

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I did a post not too long ago where I

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kind of established where I was with my

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Make Nines. One of my Make Nines was to

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make a Halloween shirt, which I did. So

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here’s my Halloween shirt.

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This is using the McCall’s M6044

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pattern. I used that pattern before to

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make a Christmas shirt, which I believe

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I’ve shown you. If I haven’t, oops, but

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that one fit weird. The back was too wide,

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so this one was done with an adjustment

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to kind of narrow the back. Basically

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I took some of the pieces and narrowed

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them down to the medium size instead of

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the large. So here’s what it looks like. I

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do have a picture on Instagram of me

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wearing it. It fits pretty comfortably.

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The arm holes are still a little bit

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weird, not uncomfortably so. If I was

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wearing this to work, it wouldn’t bother

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me, but if I was doing a lot of things

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like around the house and had to move a

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lot more than it would bother me. But you

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know, for going

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to work. I haven’t worn it to work but in

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October I will. So I have this Halloween

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cotton on the collar and the cuffs and

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this black is a cotton that I got at

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Affordable Fabrics which claims it

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was a quilting cotton, but it doesn’t

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stay put very well. I’ve used it in

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quilts before and I didn’t like how- I

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don’t know the word I’m looking for- how

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much it moved in comparison to the rest

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of the quilting cotton, so I figured if

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this shirt really didn’t work out, it was

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no loss for me. I did purple top

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stitching because I have a ton of purple

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thread and purple’s a great Halloween

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color. I also did mismatched buttons

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because if there’s any shirt you’re

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gonna be able to mismatch your buttons

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on, it’s a Halloween shirt. So that’s

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very exciting. I can’t wait to wear this

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in October.

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I just wearing it around because I know

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somebody’s gonna ask and I’m gonna go

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I made it and they’re gonna freak out,

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which is the reason why we make our own

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clothes, right? So other people will freak

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out about it?

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So that’s a finished object that I’m

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really pleased with. In my Make Nine, I do

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have plans for two more button-down

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shirts that I was going to use that

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McCall’s M6044 pattern for, but I haven’t

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quite figured it out yet and I have a

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Simplicity pattern that I made a grey

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button down with that fits me very well

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with minimal adjustments. So I think I’m

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just going to make those two shirts out

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of that pattern because I’m going to

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need them sooner rather than later.

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Because I’m wearing through shirts for

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work. So I have another finished object

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this is a combo weaving and sewing

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project. This is a sweater size project

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bag.

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There’s a sweater in it, but these are

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all scrap yarns from mostly my marled

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magic shawl- marled magic shawl and my

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big woven lounge pants, I guess we’ll

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call them. So I wove this fabric. I did

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one side with twists because I like how

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they look and I think that’s fun and I

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just folded that over and top stitched

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it down to the zipper. The other side has

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is just a plain piece of fabric. It’s got

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a boxed bottom. I was so excited to find

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this green zipper, and then the inside of

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the bag is this black and white checked

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fabric because I had enough of it to be

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perfectly honest. The most challenging

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thing about sewing this project bag was

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my hand woven fabric because these yarns

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are not all the same weight exactly so

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my selvages were a little wonky and I’m

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not the greatest weaver, let’s be honest.

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I’m learning. So my selvages are wonky so

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it’s hard to get a straight seam, first

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of all, but also because hand woven

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fabric is- it’s a thicker fabric, which

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usually my sewing machine can do but

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because the weave is so much bigger than

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commercial fabric, the feed dogs have a

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hard time moving it. So you have to go

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real slow and if you get impatient, you

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d- you don’t quite go where you need to

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be going, which I do often when I’m

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sewing. Because I- the thing I love to do

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when sewing is to get a big long straight

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seam or a bunch of quilt blocks

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that are even and just zoom, but I gotta learn

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to not do that with my- my hand woven

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fabrics.

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I gotta train myself not to do that.

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I do use um a walking foot with the hand

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woven fabrics, but I think I’ve busted

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that walking foot. So I may need to get another

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one or I gotta open it up and fix a

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spring somewhere. There’s something not

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quite right with it, so mm-hmm.

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But it’s a functional bag and I’ve been

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using it and I’m very pleased that I

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have a sweater sized bag that’ll

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actually fit, you know, a sweater’s

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quantity of yarn for me and it’s got

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room in it for the project, which has

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been my problem with my other sweater

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size project bags. Except for that

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duffle bag that I made that one time. Put that here until I’m

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ready to talk about that project. I also

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finished some handspun- where did it end

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up? There it is. This is my pumpkin patch

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handspun and this was intended to be

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finished for the Pumpkin MAL that Gabby

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from Once Upon a Corgi and Joanna from

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Stitching the High Notes- remembering

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things is hard.

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They host that- They’ve hosted that a few

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years now and this was going to be my

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project for that, but I kind of lost mojo

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and had a lot of issues at that time of

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year, so it just didn’t happen. Here it is.

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This is a two ply. I got this fiber, which

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I don’t know what it is, at a farmers

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market. They just had a piece of paper

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that said ‘pumpkin patch’ on it attached.

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‘Pumpkin patch’ two ounces for each of the

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batts I got. So some kind of wool- it’s a

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toothy woolly wool.

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I don’t remember whether I spun this

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worsted or woollen. I spun it on my

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Hitchhiker wheel, which I have now sold

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so no more projects gonna be coming from

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that wheel. We just didn’t click. I gave

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it a good go- gave it you know over a

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year, pretty sure, but I sold it.

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Especially because I have an espinner

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coming as soon as that kickstarter

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finishes manufacturing. It’s from the

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Electric Eel espinner folks. I believe I

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got all those names right. It’s a 3d

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printed espinner and it’s gonna be

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small, so you know. I’m running out of

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space in my craft room for all these

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things and it just made sense to find a

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new home for a wheel that I wasn’t

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really spending a lot of time with. So

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this is the hand-spun.

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I haven’t measured it, haven’t gotten to

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it. That’s kind of been the theme

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I’m just going with the flow this

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year because last year was too much. So

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that’s my handspun. One more finished

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object. I finished that rug hooking

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sampler that I bought at New England

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Fiber festival. It’s- the company’s Loop

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by Loop. The designer was Sharon Perry. It

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was a fully inclusive kit, including the

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fabric, the wool strips, the- here’s what I

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have leftover, hook, and this black stuff

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for finishing. The only thing that you

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have to supply with that kit is your own

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embroidery hoop or you know hoop

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contraption, which I have plenty of and

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here is my finished little rug. I’m

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really pleased with how it turned out,

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especially for our first time project.

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Once I finished the edges and then just

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put a wet towel over it and just kind of

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like steamed it a little bit it, really

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just smoothed out nicely. Will I do this

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again? Probably not unless there is a

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specific thing that I want to do. I don’t

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think this is going to be added into my

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normal fruit salad of crafts, but I’m

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glad I did give it a try. I got my two

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crows, my star, my background, and my

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border. I don’t know where this is gonna

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go. I’ll probably

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sew a couple of loops onto it and hang it on

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the wall.

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Those are my finished objects. Whoo, I’ve

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only hit 25 minutes on this filming

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thingy. I thought I’d go for longer

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because we know how much I ramble, but

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get ready because we’re about to start

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works in progress. So first let’s start

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with some blankets. We’ve got the granny

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stripe marled blanket. This is a pattern

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by Lucy of the Attic24 blog and I do

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have a progress keeper somewhere on this.

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So here’s how far I’ve gone since I last

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showed it to you. There’s my little egg

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on toast.

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This is marling black Knitpicks stroll

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fingering with these magic cakes and

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magic balls. The beginning of it was an

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advent calendar from Legacy Fiber Artz

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and my goal is to get these two magic

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cakes and finish up this little one into

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this blanket. If I hit the desired height

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that I want, I’ll just start doing

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borders and use up as much of these as I

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possibly can.

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I’m using a US G which is a 4.25

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millimeter hook. That’s all the stats you

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need, right? Great.

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Many of you have seen these blankets

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before. Then I also have my cozy memories

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blanket, which

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I will be so excited when this is done

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just because it’s been lingering for

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ages because I really don’t spend a lot

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of time with it. This is the Memory

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Blanket pattern by Georgie Nicholson. I’m

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using a US 1/ 2.25

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millimeter needle with fingering weight

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yarns.

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So my last strategy was to start

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building it up to stair step and all

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these ones with progress keepers are new

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since the last time you saw them, but I’m

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changing my strategy again. So I’m going

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to- because I’m not sure how long I

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actually want this side to be. This other

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side is at a set length. I’m not going

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any longer than this, but I’m getting

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00:27:08,670 –> 00:27:10,850
real sick of doing these tiny squares, so

457
00:27:10,850 –> 00:27:17,310
what I’m going to do is continue this

458
00:27:17,310 –> 00:27:19,980
row out to the end so then I’ll have

459
00:27:19,980 –> 00:27:25,260
four squares of height and then I’ll do

460
00:27:25,260 –> 00:27:27,990
the next two rows up until the last two

461
00:27:27,990 –> 00:27:31,970
and do a double size square and

462
00:27:31,970 –> 00:27:35,430
stair-step double size squares on the

463
00:27:35,430 –> 00:27:36,810
other side of the blanket. So there will

464
00:27:36,810 –> 00:27:42,810
be a diagonal dividing the blanket and

465
00:27:42,810 –> 00:27:45,390
half of it will be the size squares I

466
00:27:45,390 –> 00:27:47,940
have and half of it will be double size

467
00:27:47,940 –> 00:27:54,840
squares. That’s the plan for now because

468
00:27:54,840 –> 00:27:56,550
I think once I get some double size

469
00:27:56,550 –> 00:27:59,040
squares in there, it will seem a lot less

470
00:27:59,040 –> 00:28:07,760
daunting to finish out this blanket. And

471
00:28:07,760 –> 00:28:10,620
this blanket, I’m practicing English

472
00:28:10,620 –> 00:28:14,220
style knitting on since gauge kind of

473
00:28:14,220 –> 00:28:18,250
doesn’t matter.

474
00:28:18,250 –> 00:28:21,960
So I’ve got my needles in the next

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00:28:21,960 –> 00:28:29,170
square for row 4? Yeah, row 4 and I’m

476
00:28:29,170 –> 00:28:37,240
gonna start going that way. If this idea

477
00:28:37,240 –> 00:28:40,270
changes again, I’ll let you know sometime

478
00:28:40,270 –> 00:28:45,400
in the future.

479
00:28:45,400 –> 00:28:48,700
Socks- I have a pair of fingering weight

480
00:28:48,700 –> 00:28:52,870
socks that I’ve been slowly working on. I

481
00:28:52,870 –> 00:28:55,300
have made progress since you’ve last

482
00:28:55,300 –> 00:28:59,950
seen them. I still have only one finished-

483
00:28:59,950 –> 00:29:02,320
well, one tube finished. There will be an

484
00:29:02,320 –> 00:29:07,890
afterthought heal going in it later and

485
00:29:07,890 –> 00:29:10,690
I’ve done a couple inches since last

486
00:29:10,690 –> 00:29:13,750
time I showed you. Since it’s been a few

487
00:29:13,750 –> 00:29:17,260
months, just to remind you these are the Jyn

488
00:29:17,260 –> 00:29:22,000
Erso self striping socks from self

489
00:29:22,000 –> 00:29:24,220
striping yarn from Must Stash yarns. I’m

490
00:29:24,220 –> 00:29:27,220
using a US 0 which is a 2 millimeter

491
00:29:27,220 –> 00:29:31,150
needle. It’s a 64 stitch stockinette tube

492
00:29:31,150 –> 00:29:40,570
with 2×2 ripped cuff, normal decreased

493
00:29:40,570 –> 00:29:45,370
toe, and then I do an afterthought heel

494
00:29:45,370 –> 00:29:53,430
in them.

495
00:29:53,430 –> 00:29:57,790
And then I have pair three of my Palmer

496
00:29:57,790 –> 00:30:01,690
family farm ribbed socks. This pair will

497
00:30:01,690 –> 00:30:07,150
have the sort of brick red color for the

498
00:30:07,150 –> 00:30:12,340
cuffs and toes and the rest will be dark

499
00:30:12,340 –> 00:30:13,840
brown because I have a full skein and

500
00:30:13,840 –> 00:30:21,390
then- this is probably half a skein and

501
00:30:21,390 –> 00:30:25,380
this is the last of my stash for Palmer

502
00:30:25,380 –> 00:30:33,580
family farm. That’s it, which is very

503
00:30:33,580 –> 00:30:34,920
exciting.

504
00:30:34,920 –> 00:30:37,540
That means when I see her again in the

505
00:30:37,540 –> 00:30:45,160
fall, I can buy some more and the these-

506
00:30:45,160 –> 00:30:48,030
the pattern for this is identical to the

507
00:30:48,030 –> 00:30:51,550
last two pairs of socks that I’ve done.

508
00:30:51,550 –> 00:30:55,480
Still the 3- US 3 which is a

509
00:30:55,480 –> 00:30:59,080
3.25 millimeter. These

510
00:30:59,080 –> 00:31:0.1,210
are my cubics needles.

511
00:31:01,210 –> 00:31:04,270
I love these needles. I love cubics

512
00:31:04,270 –> 00:31:12,820
needles. They’re so comfortable. Now on

513
00:31:12,820 –> 00:31:15,100
to sweaters. I have two sweaters that

514
00:31:15,100 –> 00:31:16,360
are ongoing.

515
00:31:16,360 –> 00:31:19,840
The first is my self-drafted handspun

516
00:31:19,840 –> 00:31:23,950
sweater. You’ll remember, if you’ve been

517
00:31:23,950 –> 00:31:25,870
watching, that I tried making this

518
00:31:25,870 –> 00:31:32,140
sweater before using Amy Herzog’s Custom

519
00:31:32,140 –> 00:31:34,180
Fit, but there must have been a

520
00:31:34,180 –> 00:31:35,710
measurement wrong because the arm holes

521
00:31:35,710 –> 00:31:39,700
were way too long and I didn’t know how

522
00:31:39,700 –> 00:31:42,580
to fix them. So I have a book Knitting

523
00:31:42,580 –> 00:31:46,770
Pattern Essentials by Sally Melville. I

524
00:31:46,770 –> 00:31:52,510
did a swatch and I calculated out a it’s-

525
00:31:52,510 –> 00:31:58,420
a simple crew neck set in sleeve long

526
00:31:58,420 –> 00:32:02,919
sleeve sweater, like no shaping.

527
00:32:02,919 –> 00:32:07,299
It’s straight rectangle for the body and

528
00:32:07,299 –> 00:32:13,600
just simple simple shaping on the

529
00:32:13,600 –> 00:32:19,299
sleeves. Nothing fancy at all. So I before

530
00:32:19,299 –> 00:32:21,220
I got ahead of myself, I just did the

531
00:32:21,220 –> 00:32:26,080
back piece on my- on my Silver Reed LK

532
00:32:26,080 –> 00:32:28,149
150, which is a flatbed mid gauge

533
00:32:28,149 –> 00:32:34,960
knitting machine. I did the rows for the

534
00:32:34,960 –> 00:32:37,359
ripping, scrapped it off the machine, and

535
00:32:37,359 –> 00:32:40,539
then laddered up the purl stitches.

536
00:32:40,539 –> 00:32:43,690
Because the this flatbed machine can

537
00:32:43,690 –> 00:32:49,090
only do stockinette without considerable

538
00:32:49,090 –> 00:32:50,919
manipulation and I just find it easier

539
00:32:50,919 –> 00:32:56,350
to ladder up the purl stitches with a

540
00:32:56,350 –> 00:32:59,440
latch hook tool while it’s off the

541
00:32:59,440 –> 00:33:01,539
machine. So I just scrap it off with some

542
00:33:01,539 –> 00:33:05,529
waste yarn, undo a row of stitches, ladder

543
00:33:05,529 –> 00:33:08,710
them up the other way, put the ribbing

544
00:33:08,710 –> 00:33:10,809
back on the machine, and completed just

545
00:33:10,809 –> 00:33:13,690
the back piece so that I could wash and

546
00:33:13,690 –> 00:33:17,379
block the easiest piece. Because it’s got

547
00:33:17,379 –> 00:33:19,570
the least amount of anything you need to

548
00:33:19,570 –> 00:33:22,389
pay attention to and compare it to

549
00:33:22,389 –> 00:33:25,299
shirts that already fit me. It looked good

550
00:33:25,299 –> 00:33:27,580
compare it- like laying it on top of a

551
00:33:27,580 –> 00:33:30,460
shirt that I know already fits me. So I’m

552
00:33:30,460 –> 00:33:33,820
going ahead with it. So here’s the back

553
00:33:33,820 –> 00:33:39,480
piece and then what I did is I did the

554
00:33:39,480 –> 00:33:43,869
rows for the ribbing for the front and

555
00:33:43,869 –> 00:33:52,119
both sleeves. And here’s the front, here’s

556
00:33:52,119 –> 00:34:00,309
one sleeve complete, and this sleeve

557
00:34:00,309 –> 00:34:04,529
piece is half complete. This is what I-

558
00:34:04,529 –> 00:34:07,779
sorry, it’s black and hard to see. This is

559
00:34:07,779 –> 00:34:09,520
what I pulled off of the machine, just to

560
00:34:09,520 –> 00:34:14,710
stockinette piece so then I turn it

561
00:34:14,710 –> 00:34:16,600
around

562
00:34:16,600 –> 00:34:19,630
and then- I’ll do one now. I actually, so

563
00:34:19,630 –> 00:34:23,770
you can see what I do, is I- it’s a one by

564
00:34:23,770 –> 00:34:31,630
one rib, so from last pearl row I did, you

565
00:34:31,630 –> 00:34:39,010
just this row- this um yarn is a little

566
00:34:39,010 –> 00:34:42,910
grippy. This is- the orange is my hand

567
00:34:42,910 –> 00:34:46,750
spun from Spinners Hill Farm. It was a

568
00:34:46,750 –> 00:34:47,800
pre-dyed

569
00:34:47,800 –> 00:34:49,480
roving. I don’t remember the fiber

570
00:34:49,480 –> 00:34:52,060
content and the black is Classic Elite

571
00:34:52,060 –> 00:34:54,370
Yarns Mohawk wool, which is pretty toothy.

572
00:34:54,370 –> 00:34:59,100
But basically, you unravel that row and

573
00:34:59,100 –> 00:35:03,370
then I take a latch hook, because it

574
00:35:03,370 –> 00:35:07,570
comes with the machine, and create the

575
00:35:07,570 –> 00:35:18,880
knit stitches on the purl side, which is

576
00:35:18,880 –> 00:35:22,750
you know something mindless to do when

577
00:35:22,750 –> 00:35:25,300
you’re watching TV. One of the first

578
00:35:25,300 –> 00:35:26,950
things you learn about machine knitting

579
00:35:26,950 –> 00:35:35,370
is just undoing, ripping things out,

580
00:35:35,370 –> 00:35:38,020
pulling out a row to ladder it back up

581
00:35:38,020 –> 00:35:40,390
correctly. That’s like the first thing

582
00:35:40,390 –> 00:35:41,830
you learn to do in machine knitting

583
00:35:41,830 –> 00:35:44,800
because you will screw up and it’s a

584
00:35:44,800 –> 00:35:46,660
machine so it takes you less time to do

585
00:35:46,660 –> 00:35:52,660
straight stockinette. So this is half

586
00:35:52,660 –> 00:35:54,970
done and then once this one is done, then

587
00:35:54,970 –> 00:35:58,510
I will start rehanging these. I’ll rehang

588
00:35:58,510 –> 00:36:01,210
a piece onto the machine, probably the

589
00:36:01,210 –> 00:36:05,320
front so I have the front back. Knit up

590
00:36:05,320 –> 00:36:09,070
the front piece. Knit up the sleeves, then

591
00:36:09,070 –> 00:36:12,340
start seaming, adding the collar, all that

592
00:36:12,340 –> 00:36:19,450
fun stuff. Did I write down any other

593
00:36:19,450 –> 00:36:22,750
details? No.

594
00:36:22,750 –> 00:36:24,270
595
00:36:24,270 –> 00:36:26,790
I don’t remember what tension dial this

596
00:36:26,790 –> 00:36:31,650
is that on my machine. If it’s not on my

597
00:36:31,650 –> 00:36:34,380
Ravelry page- there is a project up. I

598
00:36:34,380 –> 00:36:35,880
don’t remember how much I’ve filled in,

599
00:36:35,880 –> 00:36:38,310
but if it’s not on my Ravelry page, it

600
00:36:38,310 –> 00:36:40,620
will be soon. Or just ask me and I’ll go

601
00:36:40,620 –> 00:36:41,720
look it up.

602
00:36:41,720 –> 00:36:45,990
And the second sweater I’m working on is

603
00:36:45,990 –> 00:36:50,610
the Comfort Fade Cardi by Andrea Mowry,

604
00:36:50,610 –> 00:36:52,260
which is something that’s been in my

605
00:36:52,260 –> 00:36:56,040
queue for ages, but um has been pushed to

606
00:36:56,040 –> 00:36:58,980
the top of the queue since I saw many of

607
00:36:58,980 –> 00:37:01,980
them in person at Rhinebeck last year. So

608
00:37:01,980 –> 00:37:06,060
it’s in my new sweater bag, which is

609
00:37:06,060 –> 00:37:09,980
great. I’m doing this cardigan a little

610
00:37:09,980 –> 00:37:15,600
differently, so let me grab my unusually

611
00:37:15,600 –> 00:37:22,080
large swatch. This is the stockinette

612
00:37:22,080 –> 00:37:25,710
side. Here’s the reverse stockinette side,

613
00:37:25,710 –> 00:37:27,360
which is the right side for the body of

614
00:37:27,360 –> 00:37:31,530
the sweater and you can see I have a lot

615
00:37:31,530 –> 00:37:36,410
of ends over here. That’s because I have

616
00:37:36,410 –> 00:37:41,970
eight Once Upon a Corgi yarns that go

617
00:37:41,970 –> 00:37:47,940
in a fade and I have limited DK yarns in

618
00:37:47,940 –> 00:37:55,080
my stash, so what I’m doing is I’m

619
00:37:55,080 –> 00:37:57,060
holding two Once Upon a Corgi yarns

620
00:37:57,060 –> 00:37:59,100
together for each of the four colors

621
00:37:59,100 –> 00:38:04,320
called for in this pattern. So I’m going

622
00:38:04,320 –> 00:38:05,910
to name them all now and I probably

623
00:38:05,910 –> 00:38:07,800
won’t name them again until this sweater

624
00:38:07,800 –> 00:38:12,840
is finished. Before I forget I’m using a

625
00:38:12,840 –> 00:38:17,820
US 4/ 3.5 millimeter needle and, again,

626
00:38:17,820 –> 00:38:20,460
my gauge is bigger than what’s called

627
00:38:20,460 –> 00:38:27,480
for, so I’m down a couple of sizes. So the

628
00:38:27,480 –> 00:38:32,610
first color which I ended up using this-

629
00:38:32,610 –> 00:38:34,860
I wasn’t sure whether I wanted to go

630
00:38:34,860 –> 00:38:37,859
dark to light or light to dark so I did

631
00:38:37,859 –> 00:38:40,859
both on this swatch, but I like the

632
00:38:40,859 –> 00:38:47,089
lightest color at the top and it

633
00:38:47,089 –> 00:38:50,369
unintentionally mimics the actual sample

634
00:38:50,369 –> 00:38:52,680
that she has on the photo of the pattern.

635
00:38:52,680 –> 00:38:58,709
So these two yarns- let’s do the stockinette

636
00:38:58,709 –> 00:39:00,749
side because it’s easier to see the

637
00:39:00,749 –> 00:39:04,289
blue green there- if my notes don’t fall

638
00:39:04,289 –> 00:39:12,029
asleep. Wake up, notes. These are- I’m

639
00:39:12,029 –> 00:39:12,839
holding together

640
00:39:12,839 –> 00:39:16,799
Queequeg and Briny Beach, which are both

641
00:39:16,799 –> 00:39:18,359
Series of Unfortunate Events

642
00:39:18,359 –> 00:39:21,900
colorways and then the next, which is

643
00:39:21,900 –> 00:39:27,209
this lighter color here, I’m holding

644
00:39:27,209 –> 00:39:30,719
together Tomorrow I Shall Be Fetterless

645
00:39:30,719 –> 00:39:33,839
and Lemony Snicket, both early versions

646
00:39:33,839 –> 00:39:35,999
of that colorway. They’re slightly

647
00:39:35,999 –> 00:39:40,650
different now, I believe, and then this

648
00:39:40,650 –> 00:39:45,119
kind of brownish grey here is holding

649
00:39:45,119 –> 00:39:48,180
together Miracles and Meatballs-

650
00:39:48,180 –> 00:39:49,979
now I should say Tomorrow I Shall Be

651
00:39:49,979 –> 00:39:51,900
Fetterless is an Edgar Allan Poe club

652
00:39:51,900 –> 00:39:53,849
colorway and Lemony Snicket is Lemony

653
00:39:53,849 –> 00:39:57,299
Snicket, and then Miracles and Meatballs,

654
00:39:57,299 –> 00:39:59,759
which is a Series of Unfortunate Events

655
00:39:59,759 –> 00:40:02,819
club colorway, and Ghoul Haunted

656
00:40:02,819 –> 00:40:04,890
Woodlands of Weir, which is an Edgar

657
00:40:04,890 –> 00:40:09,390
Allan Poe club, and then the darkest one

658
00:40:09,390 –> 00:40:12,269
is holding together Dark as a Crow at

659
00:40:12,269 –> 00:40:18,089
Night and Dying to Burn at the Stake. So

660
00:40:18,089 –> 00:40:21,509
those are my colors that I’m doing and I

661
00:40:21,509 –> 00:40:25,380
have split for the sleeves, and I’ve just

662
00:40:25,380 –> 00:40:36,690
started fading in my third color.

663
00:40:36,690 –> 00:40:39,190
Let’s actually show you the correct side

664
00:40:39,190 –> 00:40:49,900
out, so here we are now split for the

665
00:40:49,900 –> 00:40:55,540
sleeves and I’m about two inches down

666
00:40:55,540 –> 00:41:01,630
past that point. And I am fading in that

667
00:41:01,630 –> 00:41:11,770
brown there. So I am liking how this

668
00:41:11,770 –> 00:41:14,170
is turning out. I don’t know how well it

669
00:41:14,170 –> 00:41:19,260
goes with anything that I own, but I

670
00:41:19,260 –> 00:41:22,860
think this is a fun experiment.

671
00:41:22,860 –> 00:41:26,500
To both marl and- well, not really

672
00:41:26,500 –> 00:41:29,160
marling cuz they’re pretty close, but

673
00:41:29,160 –> 00:41:33,130
holding two colors together and also

674
00:41:33,130 –> 00:41:41,080
fading them is pretty cool. So it’s neat

675
00:41:41,080 –> 00:41:43,690
and it’s going by much quicker than I

676
00:41:43,690 –> 00:41:44,920
thought it would.

677
00:41:44,920 –> 00:41:48,940
I’m hoping that I don’t have the fit

678
00:41:48,940 –> 00:41:52,090
issue I have with this raglan sweater

679
00:41:52,090 –> 00:41:54,190
that I do with the seamed raglan sweater.

680
00:41:54,190 –> 00:41:56,830
I’m hoping just because it’s- if it’s

681
00:41:56,830 –> 00:41:59,140
seamless then I won’t be trying to line

682
00:41:59,140 –> 00:42:02,890
up seams unconsciously, but I also think

683
00:42:02,890 –> 00:42:08,410
that the way the band goes it’s more

684
00:42:08,410 –> 00:42:12,460
similar to my blue cardigan where’s it-

685
00:42:12,460 –> 00:42:18,160
there’s not like a collar collar. I’m not

686
00:42:18,160 –> 00:42:20,290
explaining this very well. We’ll move on.

687
00:42:20,290 –> 00:42:22,900
I’m hoping that I’ll get a lot of wear

688
00:42:22,900 –> 00:42:25,450
out of it despite the raglan sleeves and

689
00:42:25,450 –> 00:42:28,150
if this cardigan doesn’t do it for me

690
00:42:28,150 –> 00:42:35,800
for the raglan, then no more raglans. I’ve

691
00:42:35,800 –> 00:42:38,680
also been working on a shawl. A shawl? I

692
00:42:38,680 –> 00:42:40,420
know. I haven’t touched this shawl in

693
00:42:40,420 –> 00:42:46,329
probably

694
00:42:46,329 –> 00:42:52,010
closer to a year than not. This is the

695
00:42:52,010 –> 00:42:59,410
Rice Fields a shawl by Elzbieta Torenc.

696
00:42:59,410 –> 00:43:06,950
It’s a half-circle brioche- half-circle

697
00:43:06,950 –> 00:43:10,880
two color brioche shawl. I’m using US

698
00:43:10,880 –> 00:43:13,369
3 which is a 3.25

699
00:43:13,369 –> 00:43:14,690
millimeter needle.

700
00:43:14,690 –> 00:43:18,319
The black is Berroco Ultra Alpaca Light

701
00:43:18,319 –> 00:43:24,619
and the contrasting colors are Legacy

702
00:43:24,619 –> 00:43:27,160
Fiber Artz- their first Halloween

703
00:43:27,160 –> 00:43:31,190
colorways. There is Mary Sanderson, Winnie

704
00:43:31,190 –> 00:43:35,859
Sanderson, and Spellbook. I’ve just

705
00:43:35,859 –> 00:43:40,760
finished the green section and after a

706
00:43:40,760 –> 00:43:42,650
series of increases I will be going back

707
00:43:42,650 –> 00:43:44,869
to Mary Sanderson, which is the pink that

708
00:43:44,869 –> 00:43:48,619
I started with. Things that I’m learning

709
00:43:48,619 –> 00:43:53,480
about this shawl- I don’t mind two color

710
00:43:53,480 –> 00:43:54,319
brioche.

711
00:43:54,319 –> 00:43:56,630
It’s not my favorite, but I don’t mind it.

712
00:43:56,630 –> 00:44:01,430
But I’m likely never gonna do a

713
00:44:01,430 –> 00:44:04,579
half-circle shawl ever again unless I

714
00:44:04,579 –> 00:44:06,550
can do it on the knitting machine

715
00:44:06,550 –> 00:44:10,160
because these rows are getting tedious.

716
00:44:10,160 –> 00:44:17,210
And I’m nowhere near done. It’s just a

717
00:44:17,210 –> 00:44:24,220
lot of rows, but I think I’m also kind of

718
00:44:24,220 –> 00:44:30,890
moving away from shawls, in general.

719
00:44:30,890 –> 00:44:33,109
Because I have a lot of them, I don’t

720
00:44:33,109 –> 00:44:34,819
really feel like I need to spend time

721
00:44:34,819 –> 00:44:39,920
with them. I just sometimes still wake up

722
00:44:39,920 –> 00:44:45,680
dreaming about this shawl because of the

723
00:44:45,680 –> 00:44:48,470
the actual way the colors interact with

724
00:44:48,470 –> 00:44:51,530
the black is really appealing to me. So

725
00:44:51,530 –> 00:44:53,300
that’s really what’s keeping me going

726
00:44:53,300 –> 00:44:56,970
with this shawl.

727
00:44:56,970 –> 00:45:00,030
I’ve also been doing some spinning.

728
00:45:00,030 –> 00:45:04,470
I finished the singles for my brown

729
00:45:04,470 –> 00:45:04,950
cormo

730
00:45:04,950 –> 00:45:09,030
sweater spin, finally. So I have these

731
00:45:09,030 –> 00:45:12,840
three bobbins. These are all that’s left

732
00:45:12,840 –> 00:45:15,960
that needs to be plied. If you don’t

733
00:45:15,960 –> 00:45:19,560
know, I like to spin a lot of singles and

734
00:45:19,560 –> 00:45:21,720
then have plying parties because then

735
00:45:21,720 –> 00:45:23,490
you suddenly have a whole bunch of yarn.

736
00:45:23,490 –> 00:45:25,920
And that’s very exciting.

737
00:45:25,920 –> 00:45:28,380
So these are waiting until a plying

738
00:45:28,380 –> 00:45:30,990
party. And I say party- it’s really just

739
00:45:30,990 –> 00:45:35,190
me and a crowd of bobbins. Nobody else is

740
00:45:35,190 –> 00:45:36,240
plying with me.

741
00:45:36,240 –> 00:45:43,110
It’s- it’s solo times, but I finished my

742
00:45:43,110 –> 00:45:48,180
brown cormo sweater spin. It’s been

743
00:45:48,180 –> 00:45:56,610
like close to three years now. Yeah, so

744
00:45:56,610 –> 00:46:00,810
that’s done, which means I’ve been going

745
00:46:00,810 –> 00:46:03,210
a little color crazy since then because

746
00:46:03,210 –> 00:46:05,310
I was determined to finish all that

747
00:46:05,310 –> 00:46:11,700
brown. So I started with some of my older

748
00:46:11,700 –> 00:46:17,850
stash, which is colorful braids. This

749
00:46:17,850 –> 00:46:20,820
bobbin actually has two different things

750
00:46:20,820 –> 00:46:23,550
on it. I’m talking about this one first

751
00:46:23,550 –> 00:46:27,030
because this is all I have that’s visible

752
00:46:27,030 –> 00:46:29,630
of it and I don’t have any photos

753
00:46:29,630 –> 00:46:36,480
because I’m a genius. This is Mad Color

754
00:46:36,480 –> 00:46:39,690
Fiber Arts in the colorway Life is Short

755
00:46:39,690 –> 00:46:42,060
and You Are Hot, which is a Doctor

756
00:46:42,060 –> 00:46:45,750
Who colorway, in superwash Targhee. I did

757
00:46:45,750 –> 00:46:48,900
a two-ply fractal spin and then when I

758
00:46:48,900 –> 00:46:50,730
finished that, I was like- wow, this really

759
00:46:50,730 –> 00:46:52,230
doesn’t take up much of the bobbin at

760
00:46:52,230 –> 00:46:54,660
all. So I put on a new leader yarn and

761
00:46:54,660 –> 00:46:59,310
I’m spinning on top of it. So this green

762
00:46:59,310 –> 00:47:01,890
and blue is Greenwood Fiberworks in

763
00:47:01,890 –> 00:47:04,110
the colorway Mallard and it’s merino and

764
00:47:04,110 –> 00:47:04,770
Stellina.

765
00:47:04,770 –> 00:47:07,230
Again, a two ply fractal spin. So this is

766
00:47:07,230 –> 00:47:09,510
the long color repeats. This is the short

767
00:47:09,510 –> 00:47:10,740
color repeats and it’s the

768
00:47:10,740 –> 00:47:13,619
opposite with the Mad Color Fiber Arts.

769
00:47:13,619 –> 00:47:15,510
This is the long color repeats and the

770
00:47:15,510 –> 00:47:18,390
short color repeats are under here. And

771
00:47:18,390 –> 00:47:20,610
since this bobbin is not full, I’m going

772
00:47:20,610 –> 00:47:23,660
to spend something else on top of this.

773
00:47:23,660 –> 00:47:31,800
Probably a smaller spin just

774
00:47:31,800 –> 00:47:35,340
because my fiber takes up a lot more

775
00:47:35,340 –> 00:47:42,360
space than yarn does. And the way I have

776
00:47:42,360 –> 00:47:44,700
my fiber stored, I can’t see it all the

777
00:47:44,700 –> 00:47:48,780
time the way I can my yarn. So I end up

778
00:47:48,780 –> 00:47:51,320
with quite a substantial amount of stash

779
00:47:51,320 –> 00:47:52,520
780
00:47:52,520 –> 00:47:55,619
and I’m trying to be more purposeful

781
00:47:55,619 –> 00:47:58,080
with my spinning when I’m buying new

782
00:47:58,080 –> 00:48:00,210
fiber. Except for Classy Squid Fiber

783
00:48:00,210 –> 00:48:02,460
Company because I love her fiber and it

784
00:48:02,460 –> 00:48:03,890
doesn’t matter.

785
00:48:03,890 –> 00:48:07,320
It’s very textured, her batts and stuff, so

786
00:48:07,320 –> 00:48:09,210
I just- you know, it’s gonna be what its

787
00:48:09,210 –> 00:48:10,820
gonna be.

788
00:48:10,820 –> 00:48:18,900
But braids and- you know I’ve ended up

789
00:48:18,900 –> 00:48:22,080
with a lot of just one braid spins that

790
00:48:22,080 –> 00:48:23,940
I don’t know what to do with, which is

791
00:48:23,940 –> 00:48:25,770
why the marled magic shawl even happened.

792
00:48:25,770 –> 00:48:29,460
So I’m trying to bust through that stash

793
00:48:29,460 –> 00:48:33,990
so I just have the purposeful stuff. Then

794
00:48:33,990 –> 00:48:36,180
I have a general idea of what I’m going

795
00:48:36,180 –> 00:48:40,710
to do with it, so spinning. Spinning

796
00:48:40,710 –> 00:48:45,660
everywhere. And then I’ve also been

797
00:48:45,660 –> 00:48:47,730
working on a little bit of spindle

798
00:48:47,730 –> 00:48:51,960
spinning. I’m working on a set of Darth

799
00:48:51,960 –> 00:48:57,210
Scabrous batts because I made a bunch of

800
00:48:57,210 –> 00:49:01,830
them, for some reason.

801
00:49:01,830 –> 00:49:04,950
I’m working on my second two ounce bag

802
00:49:04,950 –> 00:49:09,350
of them. I have three two ounce amounts.

803
00:49:09,350 –> 00:49:13,320
So the first bag went on this bobbin.

804
00:49:13,320 –> 00:49:15,420
This is not all Darth Scabrous. There’s

805
00:49:15,420 –> 00:49:19,970
another set of yarns under here

806
00:49:19,970 –> 00:49:23,160
because I’m making economical use

807
00:49:23,160 –> 00:49:28,860
of bobbins- just fill them. So this is bobbin

808
00:49:28,860 –> 00:49:32,160
number two and I’m finishing up this

809
00:49:32,160 –> 00:49:38,670
group of Darth Scabrous fluffs on that

810
00:49:38,670 –> 00:49:40,530
bobbin and then I’m splitting the last

811
00:49:40,530 –> 00:49:43,140
one between the two. I’m doing this on my

812
00:49:43,140 –> 00:49:47,520
Turtle Made 3d printed drop spindle, but

813
00:49:47,520 –> 00:49:49,290
I will probably be switching to the

814
00:49:49,290 –> 00:49:53,750
Classy Squid Drop spindle because I

815
00:49:53,750 –> 00:49:57,420
finally ordered one cuz I need it in my

816
00:49:57,420 –> 00:50:01,380
life. This is slow going because I don’t

817
00:50:01,380 –> 00:50:04,470
spend a lot of time with it, but it’s

818
00:50:04,470 –> 00:50:11,670
going. One more work in progress. Let’s see if I

819
00:50:11,670 –> 00:50:15,750
can be quick about it. This is another of

820
00:50:15,750 –> 00:50:21,030
my Make Nine 2019 projects. This is a combo

821
00:50:21,030 –> 00:50:24,930
weaving and sewing project. I’m using

822
00:50:24,930 –> 00:50:27,840
this pattern by Get Weaving. Um, she sells

823
00:50:27,840 –> 00:50:30,590
these on Etsy and she’s on Instagram. I-

824
00:50:30,590 –> 00:50:33,420
definitely check out her Instagram. I am

825
00:50:33,420 –> 00:50:38,390
making view A, which is the sleeveless

826
00:50:38,390 –> 00:50:44,940
sort of tunic shirt and this is- I’m sure

827
00:50:44,940 –> 00:50:47,250
I’ll make one for myself for regular

828
00:50:47,250 –> 00:50:48,480
wear at some point, but this is

829
00:50:48,480 –> 00:50:51,380
specifically for my Renaissance Faire

830
00:50:51,380 –> 00:50:53,550
garb because I’ve been meaning to

831
00:50:53,550 –> 00:50:56,070
replace the vest that I have. Because it-

832
00:50:56,070 –> 00:51:01,619
I bought that vest

833
00:51:01,619 –> 00:51:04,359
just after I started college and it no

834
00:51:04,359 –> 00:51:08,230
longer fits as well as it could, so I’m

835
00:51:08,230 –> 00:51:16,599
making a new vest. I have traced out my

836
00:51:16,599 –> 00:51:19,769
pattern.

837
00:51:19,769 –> 00:51:24,490
Well I’ve- what I do is I loosely cut

838
00:51:24,490 –> 00:51:28,450
around the pattern pieces and because I

839
00:51:28,450 –> 00:51:30,130
knew I was going to make a muslin for

840
00:51:30,130 –> 00:51:35,109
this, I just traced- and muslin’s a pretty

841
00:51:35,109 –> 00:51:42,039
see-through fabric. I just traced with a

842
00:51:42,039 –> 00:51:45,670
sharpie. When I go to do it for- go to

843
00:51:45,670 –> 00:51:48,519
make the pattern for real, I will use

844
00:51:48,519 –> 00:51:51,400
Swedish tracing paper so that I have the

845
00:51:51,400 –> 00:51:54,339
multiple sizes in my original pattern. So

846
00:51:54,339 –> 00:52:00,460
here is my muslin and I like how this

847
00:52:00,460 –> 00:52:04,420
fits. I like how the armholes fit except

848
00:52:04,420 –> 00:52:06,460
the sides are a little wide, but I’m not

849
00:52:06,460 –> 00:52:08,920
worried about it. And the actual

850
00:52:08,920 –> 00:52:12,039
measurements are a little short because

851
00:52:12,039 –> 00:52:14,529
I know it’s designed to be a shirt that

852
00:52:14,529 –> 00:52:17,049
you just wear. Whereas with my Ren Faire

853
00:52:17,049 –> 00:52:18,789
garb, I do cinch it with a belt so it

854
00:52:18,789 –> 00:52:22,569
comes up a little shorter than I want.

855
00:52:22,569 –> 00:52:26,049
But I always put in plenty of waste

856
00:52:26,049 –> 00:52:30,430
yardage when I weave, so I’ll be able to

857
00:52:30,430 –> 00:52:33,160
finagle with the length. It’s fine

858
00:52:33,160 –> 00:52:34,480
and I’m not really worried about the

859
00:52:34,480 –> 00:52:37,509
width because, again, it’s going to be

860
00:52:37,509 –> 00:52:40,749
hand-woven. My selvage is not going

861
00:52:40,749 –> 00:52:42,339
to be the most even and I can always

862
00:52:42,339 –> 00:52:48,220
take it in. So did my muslin. I did a

863
00:52:48,220 –> 00:52:51,009
sample of my yarns, which I’m very

864
00:52:51,009 –> 00:52:52,809
pleased with myself. So I could figure

865
00:52:52,809 –> 00:52:56,109
out shrinkage since is going to be out

866
00:52:56,109 –> 00:53:00,190
of cottons and linens and plant fibers

867
00:53:00,190 –> 00:53:03,999
and they shrink in the wash. And I will

868
00:53:03,999 –> 00:53:07,779
throw a video onto the screen here so

869
00:53:07,779 –> 00:53:12,160
you can see real quick what the start of

870
00:53:12,160 –> 00:53:13,930
my weave looks like.

871
00:53:13,930 –> 00:53:16,059
And that is finally it for

872
00:53:16,059 –> 00:53:17,079
works in progress.

873
00:53:17,079 –> 00:53:19,000
I have a swatch a segment in my notes, but

874
00:53:19,000 –> 00:53:20,890
I don’t actually have any swatches to

875
00:53:20,890 –> 00:53:23,440
talk about at this time. But two things

876
00:53:23,440 –> 00:53:25,440
that I want to start working towards

877
00:53:25,440 –> 00:53:33,430
this summer. It’s two specific types of

878
00:53:33,430 –> 00:53:38,500
projects to do combo hand knitting/

879
00:53:38,500 –> 00:53:42,789
knitting machine. The first is circular

880
00:53:42,789 –> 00:53:45,010
yoke sweaters. There are a lot of folks

881
00:53:45,010 –> 00:53:47,920
in the machine knitting groups on

882
00:53:47,920 –> 00:53:53,920
Ravelry that I follow. They will do the

883
00:53:53,920 –> 00:53:56,799
fun parts hand knit and then straight

884
00:53:56,799 –> 00:54:00,099
stockinette on the machine. So I want to

885
00:54:00,099 –> 00:54:04,270
start getting some swatches and kind of

886
00:54:04,270 –> 00:54:07,630
some little samples together to just

887
00:54:07,630 –> 00:54:10,480
kind of figure out what my hand knitting

888
00:54:10,480 –> 00:54:17,170
gauge goes with what machine knitting gauges.

889
00:54:17,170 –> 00:54:22,630
So I want to- I want to do some worsted

890
00:54:22,630 –> 00:54:26,589
weight samples and see which gauges go

891
00:54:26,589 –> 00:54:29,319
where. Once I have a couple of baselines-

892
00:54:29,319 –> 00:54:32,170
if I know what my worsted weight needle

893
00:54:32,170 –> 00:54:35,799
size goes with the gauge I like on the

894
00:54:35,799 –> 00:54:39,900
knitting machine and the same with the

895
00:54:39,900 –> 00:54:42,849
with fingering weight on my standard

896
00:54:42,849 –> 00:54:44,829
gauge knitting machine, I think I can

897
00:54:44,829 –> 00:54:50,799
sort of figure out with minimal time

898
00:54:50,799 –> 00:54:55,779
later on for anything in between those. Like,

899
00:54:55,779 –> 00:54:58,240
if I know what gauge I like for worsted,

900
00:54:58,240 –> 00:55:00,910
I can- if I know what gauge I like for DK,

901
00:55:00,910 –> 00:55:02,710
then I’ll be able to correspond that

902
00:55:02,710 –> 00:55:07,319
with a needle size or vice versa.

903
00:55:07,319 –> 00:55:11,589
So there’s a lot of really awesome color

904
00:55:11,589 –> 00:55:16,750
work yoked sweaters and I have yarn for some

905
00:55:16,750 –> 00:55:21,460
of them and I’m real excited to do the

906
00:55:21,460 –> 00:55:21,880
yokes.

907
00:55:21,880 –> 00:55:25,359
I am not so excited to do miles of

908
00:55:25,359 –> 00:55:27,700
stockinette, so if I can do

909
00:55:27,700 –> 00:55:30,579
the stockinette by machine and just

910
00:55:30,579 –> 00:55:35,020
seam it, I am all for it. And the other

911
00:55:35,020 –> 00:55:38,530
thing I want to do is really get to know

912
00:55:38,530 –> 00:55:43,180
my standard gauge machine with the

913
00:55:43,180 –> 00:55:47,319
ribber bed engaged. I don’t know if the

914
00:55:47,319 –> 00:55:49,390
problems I’ve been having are because I

915
00:55:49,390 –> 00:55:51,010
just don’t know how to use it correctly,

916
00:55:51,010 –> 00:55:54,670
I just haven’t practiced, if I just don’t

917
00:55:54,670 –> 00:55:56,920
know its eccentricity’s enough, or if

918
00:55:56,920 –> 00:55:58,359
there is something wrong with the

919
00:55:58,359 –> 00:56:01,329
ribber bed machine because when I do

920
00:56:01,329 –> 00:56:06,520
straight stockinette the the Brother

921
00:56:06,520 –> 00:56:12,579
836e is a dream and I’ve had- I’ve

922
00:56:12,579 –> 00:56:16,119
played around with the color changes

923
00:56:16,119 –> 00:56:19,960
with the punch cards and, you know, tuck

924
00:56:19,960 –> 00:56:21,760
stitches at the punch cards and I’ve had

925
00:56:21,760 –> 00:56:23,920
no problems with those, except when I screw

926
00:56:23,920 –> 00:56:26,260
up because I didn’t engage the right

927
00:56:26,260 –> 00:56:30,099
levers or whatever. So I don’t- I- I need

928
00:56:30,099 –> 00:56:35,520
to play with that ribber bed some more.

929
00:56:35,520 –> 00:56:38,710
It’s possible that the the ribber bed is

930
00:56:38,710 –> 00:56:44,980
not- just not good because the person I

931
00:56:44,980 –> 00:56:50,319
bought it from didn’t know. They kind of

932
00:56:50,319 –> 00:56:53,920
came into an estate with a lot of

933
00:56:53,920 –> 00:56:59,140
knitting machines, so I don’t know. I have

934
00:56:59,140 –> 00:57:01,780
to work at it because one of the things

935
00:57:01,780 –> 00:57:05,670
that I want to do is see if it is

936
00:57:05,670 –> 00:57:12,780
feasible for me to do sock tubes on the

937
00:57:12,780 –> 00:57:17,500
knitting machine instead of getting a

938
00:57:17,500 –> 00:57:22,089
circular sock machine. Because I have a

939
00:57:22,089 –> 00:57:24,520
lot of self striping sock yarns that I

940
00:57:24,520 –> 00:57:28,540
want to be socks, but knitting with size

941
00:57:28,540 –> 00:57:32,980
0 needles is not fun and I need to

942
00:57:32,980 –> 00:57:35,140
to get the gauge that I like for socks

943
00:57:35,140 –> 00:57:39,360
by hand. So

944
00:57:39,360 –> 00:57:41,790
I may still end up getting a circular

945
00:57:41,790 –> 00:57:45,600
knitting machine, but it’s not in the

946
00:57:45,600 –> 00:57:47,340
plans anytime in the future until I can

947
00:57:47,340 –> 00:57:49,710
make more room in my craft room to set

948
00:57:49,710 –> 00:57:56,730
one up. Which means not increasing my

949
00:57:56,730 –> 00:57:59,670
stash by a considerable amount and, in

950
00:57:59,670 –> 00:58:05,040
fact, using a lot of stash because I love

951
00:58:05,040 –> 00:58:06,900
all the stuff that I have. I just want it

952
00:58:06,900 –> 00:58:08,820
to be things so it’s out of the craft

953
00:58:08,820 –> 00:58:15,270
room. Those are my plans for upcoming

954
00:58:15,270 –> 00:58:18,180
swatches. You will probably see a lot of

955
00:58:18,180 –> 00:58:23,040
them at some point.

956
00:58:23,040 –> 00:58:25,830
So other stuff- I’m gonna try to run

957
00:58:25,830 –> 00:58:27,090
through these as quick as possible

958
00:58:27,090 –> 00:58:32,910
because there’s a lot of it and I don’t

959
00:58:32,910 –> 00:58:34,200
want to get bogged down and have this

960
00:58:34,200 –> 00:58:38,310
episode be five hours long. So stuff I’m

961
00:58:38,310 –> 00:58:39,960
listening to- I’ve been listening to a

962
00:58:39,960 –> 00:58:44,870
lot of podcasts because watching things

963
00:58:44,870 –> 00:58:48,540
was stressing me out for a couple months

964
00:58:48,540 –> 00:58:51,150
there, so I started listening to a lot of

965
00:58:51,150 –> 00:58:54,110
podcasts, um, and I’ve grouped them into

966
00:58:54,110 –> 00:58:57,990
three categories. The first category is

967
00:58:57,990 –> 00:59:00,480
podcasts from a non-white perspective.

968
00:59:00,480 –> 00:59:04,410
These are all from black or indigenous

969
00:59:04,410 –> 00:59:10,140
people of color because I was listening

970
00:59:10,140 –> 00:59:12,270
to a lot of white voices so I needed to

971
00:59:12,270 –> 00:59:16,560
get some other perspectives into my ears.

972
00:59:16,560 –> 00:59:19,620
So I’ve been listening to the Good

973
00:59:19,620 –> 00:59:22,140
Ancestor podcast, which is interview

974
00:59:22,140 –> 00:59:26,390
style from a black POC perspective.

975
00:59:26,390 –> 00:59:31,620
Unlearned, which is a podcast- it’s a

976
00:59:31,620 –> 00:59:35,400
series of discussions between two young

977
00:59:35,400 –> 00:59:39,060
black women. The Cuts with Sterlin Harjo,

978
00:59:39,060 –> 00:59:41,850
which is an interview style podcast

979
00:59:41,850 –> 00:59:44,670
from a North American indigenous

980
00:59:44,670 –> 00:59:49,910
perspective. Métis in Space, which is

981
00:59:49,910 –> 00:59:52,800
science fiction analysis

982
00:59:52,800 –> 00:59:55,470
a Métis perspective. It’s a hilarious

983
00:59:55,470 –> 01:00:00,120
podcast. They love playing with old space

984
01:00:00,120 –> 01:00:10,640
tropes and just the sarcasm is perfect.

985
01:00:10,640 –> 01:00:15,180
That- they’re great. The Toasted Sister

986
01:00:15,180 –> 01:00:17,570
podcast, which is an interview style

987
01:00:17,570 –> 01:00:20,730
podcast about the indigenous

988
01:00:20,730 –> 01:00:22,560
relationship to food and food

989
01:00:22,560 –> 01:00:26,220
sovereignty. And All My Relations, which

990
01:00:26,220 –> 01:00:28,640
is an American indigenous discussion

991
01:00:28,640 –> 01:00:34,650
show. And then I started listening to a

992
01:00:34,650 –> 01:00:37,320
bunch of witchcraft and witchcraft

993
01:00:37,320 –> 01:00:39,930
adjacent podcasts. The Fat Feminist

994
01:00:39,930 –> 01:00:42,510
Witch, Tarot Bytes and Astrology Bytes,

995
01:00:42,510 –> 01:00:45,750
which are by the same person, Awaken Your

996
01:00:45,750 –> 01:00:47,580
Inner Witch podcast, the Witch Wave

997
01:00:47,580 –> 01:00:50,060
podcast, and the Witch Bitch Amateur Hour,

998
01:00:50,060 –> 01:00:52,230
and they’re funny cuz they’re like- we

999
01:00:52,230 –> 01:00:54,980
don’t know what we’re talking about.

1000
01:00:54,980 –> 01:00:58,650
They’re great. And then, entertainment.

1001
01:00:58,650 –> 01:01:01,710
I’ve caught up on The Far Meridian,

1002
01:01:01,710 –> 01:01:04,170
which is a magical realism fiction

1003
01:01:04,170 –> 01:01:07,140
podcast. I’ve started relistening to

1004
01:01:07,140 –> 01:01:10,790
the Celtic Myth Podshow, which is a

1005
01:01:10,790 –> 01:01:15,510
series of dramatizations of the Celtic

1006
01:01:15,510 –> 01:01:15,900
myths.

1007
01:01:15,900 –> 01:01:22,500
It also features music and interesting

1008
01:01:22,500 –> 01:01:25,440
anecdotes about language and historical

1009
01:01:25,440 –> 01:01:29,450
study and all the fun Celtic history

1010
01:01:29,450 –> 01:01:35,580
myth stuff. Witch, Please, which is a

1011
01:01:35,580 –> 01:01:37,710
feminist analysis of the Harry Potter

1012
01:01:37,710 –> 01:01:41,880
series. Uncover, which is a CBC

1013
01:01:41,880 –> 01:01:45,990
investigative podcast. And Spooked, which

1014
01:01:45,990 –> 01:01:49,260
is a first-person sort of campfire style

1015
01:01:49,260 –> 01:01:53,460
horror story podcast, which I’m super

1016
01:01:53,460 –> 01:02:01,290
enjoying. Also, for once prop- probably

1017
01:02:01,290 –> 01:02:03,060
since the first time since this podcast

1018
01:02:03,060 –> 01:02:05,490
has been

1019
01:02:05,490 –> 01:02:10,050
around, getting my act together reading

1020
01:02:10,050 –> 01:02:13,950
some books again. I finished All Out: The

1021
01:02:13,950 –> 01:02:15,869
No Longer Secret Stories of Queer Teens

1022
01:02:15,869 –> 01:02:19,550
Throughout the Ages, which is a series of

1023
01:02:19,550 –> 01:02:23,010
fictional short stories through various

1024
01:02:23,010 –> 01:02:25,500
queer perspectives, which was brilliant

1025
01:02:25,500 –> 01:02:27,630
and amazing and I never want to read

1026
01:02:27,630 –> 01:02:29,610
straight people’s stories ever again. I’m

1027
01:02:29,610 –> 01:02:30,680
so tired

1028
01:02:30,680 –> 01:02:34,560
of straight people in fiction. I’m also

1029
01:02:34,560 –> 01:02:38,130
working through this book, which is

1030
01:02:38,130 –> 01:02:40,530
Jailbreaking the Goddess: A Radical

1031
01:02:40,530 –> 01:02:43,680
Revision of Feminist Spirituality by

1032
01:02:43,680 –> 01:02:47,100
Lasara Firefox Alan. This is very slow

1033
01:02:47,100 –> 01:02:52,230
going. This is where I am because this

1034
01:02:52,230 –> 01:02:55,800
book features a lot of journaling

1035
01:02:55,800 –> 01:02:58,680
questions and it’s sort of workshop-y,

1036
01:02:58,680 –> 01:03:00,600
so I’ve been actually doing the

1037
01:03:00,600 –> 01:03:03,570
journaling questions. So very slow going,

1038
01:03:03,570 –> 01:03:12,619
but interesting. I’m enjoying the process.

1039
01:03:12,619 –> 01:03:15,960
I’m about halfway through Magical

1040
01:03:15,960 –> 01:03:17,910
Destinations of the North East: Sacred

1041
01:03:17,910 –> 01:03:19,590
Sites, Occult Oddities, and Magical

1042
01:03:19,590 –> 01:03:21,690
Monuments by Natalie Salmon. It’s

1043
01:03:21,690 –> 01:03:26,970
interesting, but I’ve gotten past the

1044
01:03:26,970 –> 01:03:28,680
chapter on Connecticut and now I’m just

1045
01:03:28,680 –> 01:03:36,030
sort of eh about it. So I might drop it. It’s

1046
01:03:36,030 –> 01:03:37,920
not as compelling as I was expecting it

1047
01:03:37,920 –> 01:03:40,980
to be. I was list- the author was

1048
01:03:40,980 –> 01:03:45,930
interviewed on the Fat Feminist Witch

1049
01:03:45,930 –> 01:03:49,260
podcast, I believe, which made it seem a

1050
01:03:49,260 –> 01:03:53,700
lot more exciting than it is in my brain

1051
01:03:53,700 –> 01:03:55,890
when I’m reading it. So I might drop that

1052
01:03:55,890 –> 01:04:02,580
one. I borrowed digitally from my local

1053
01:04:02,580 –> 01:04:05,190
library Wicca: A Self Guide for the

1054
01:04:05,190 –> 01:04:06,780
Solitary Practitioner by Scott

1055
01:04:06,780 –> 01:04:10,410
Cunningham. It’s interesting to have read

1056
01:04:10,410 –> 01:04:17,040
it to put Wicca into context, but it

1057
01:04:17,040 –> 01:04:19,200
definitely cemented that it’s-

1058
01:04:19,200 –> 01:04:27,720
that’s not where my brain is and there’s

1059
01:04:27,720 –> 01:04:33,210
some dated language that I had issue

1060
01:04:33,210 –> 01:04:37,740
with in this book, which just kind of

1061
01:04:37,740 –> 01:04:41,280
like turned me off to most of any

1062
01:04:41,280 –> 01:04:45,300
of the information. So, glad I got it from

1063
01:04:45,300 –> 01:04:51,500
the library. Just returned it. I also

1064
01:04:51,500 –> 01:04:53,970
actually physically went to the library

1065
01:04:53,970 –> 01:04:56,730
because they’ve finalized their schedule

1066
01:04:56,730 –> 01:05:01,310
again. Because budget cuts are really

1067
01:05:01,310 –> 01:05:05,670
wreaking havoc with our public

1068
01:05:05,670 –> 01:05:08,430
library. So their schedule has changed a

1069
01:05:08,430 –> 01:05:12,480
few times in the past six months, but I

1070
01:05:12,480 –> 01:05:14,609
think I know when they’re open where I

1071
01:05:14,609 –> 01:05:17,490
can get to them now. So I found this gem

1072
01:05:17,490 –> 01:05:24,480
Natural Color by Sascha Duerr, which is a

1073
01:05:24,480 –> 01:05:26,900
great resource if you want to start

1074
01:05:26,900 –> 01:05:31,680
doing natural dyeing. I like how this

1075
01:05:31,680 –> 01:05:38,339
book was laid out. It’s sort of divided

1076
01:05:38,339 –> 01:05:43,550
up by seasons, which is helpful if you

1077
01:05:43,550 –> 01:05:48,260
want to get started. It’s probably not

1078
01:05:48,260 –> 01:05:52,460
the best reference book. Like, it’s not,

1079
01:05:52,460 –> 01:05:56,670
you know, look up this plant type and how

1080
01:05:56,670 –> 01:05:59,790
you dye it and whatever, but I think it’s

1081
01:05:59,790 –> 01:06:02,040
useful to get used to this sort of cycle

1082
01:06:02,040 –> 01:06:06,420
of natural dyeing. I took a lot of notes,

1083
01:06:06,420 –> 01:06:12,720
which I appreciate, and I definitely

1084
01:06:12,720 –> 01:06:13,920
didn’t expect to find something like

1085
01:06:13,920 –> 01:06:15,810
this in my local library. My local

1086
01:06:15,810 –> 01:06:19,890
library is small and this is a pretty niche

1087
01:06:19,890 –> 01:06:21,869
subject, so I didn’t expect to find

1088
01:06:21,869 –> 01:06:23,670
anything or if I did expect to find

1089
01:06:23,670 –> 01:06:28,400
anything, like- historical practice of

1090
01:06:28,400 –> 01:06:31,020
dyeing in colonial New England was

1091
01:06:31,020 –> 01:06:32,460
the type of thing I was likely

1092
01:06:32,460 –> 01:06:37,880
to find, so that was exciting. And I

1093
01:06:37,880 –> 01:06:43,109
am making progress with this series of

1094
01:06:43,109 –> 01:06:45,030
Star Wars children’s books that I’ve

1095
01:06:45,030 –> 01:06:47,130
been reading forever.

1096
01:06:47,130 –> 01:06:51,030
This is Last of the Jedi: Against the

1097
01:06:51,030 –> 01:06:52,859
Empire by Jude Watson. This is book

1098
01:06:52,859 –> 01:06:54,930
number 8 and there are 10 books in the

1099
01:06:54,930 –> 01:07:00,119
series. Only two left to go. I’m excited

1100
01:07:00,119 –> 01:07:01,310
about it.

1101
01:07:01,310 –> 01:07:13,589
I’m halfway through. Yeah I’m excited to

1102
01:07:13,589 –> 01:07:14,700
finally be nearing the end of this

1103
01:07:14,700 –> 01:07:19,310
series. Then I can read some other things.

1104
01:07:19,310 –> 01:07:21,450
It’s just one of those things where it’s

1105
01:07:21,450 –> 01:07:24,140
like, once I sit down and read I- I mean,

1106
01:07:24,140 –> 01:07:31,170
this is an hour. I just got to sit down

1107
01:07:31,170 –> 01:07:36,000
for an hour. It’s one of those things. Um,

1108
01:07:36,000 –> 01:07:39,869
I just got to sit down and do it. I just

1109
01:07:39,869 –> 01:07:43,050
that carve out some time and read my

1110
01:07:43,050 –> 01:07:46,050
silly Star Wars children’s books because

1111
01:07:46,050 –> 01:07:47,640
I do love them while I’m reading them.

1112
01:07:47,640 –> 01:07:50,010
It’s just finding time. Time’s the worst.

1113
01:07:50,010 –> 01:07:51,810
So that’s gonna do it for this episode.

1114
01:07:51,810 –> 01:07:54,060
That was a lot of things. I’m gonna leave

1115
01:07:54,060 –> 01:07:55,740
it there. Show notes on everything can

1116
01:07:55,740 –> 01:07:59,369
be found at freakishlemon.com. Come join

1117
01:07:59,369 –> 01:08:03,359
the Freakish Lemon group on Ravelry, just

1118
01:08:03,359 –> 01:08:05,960
search ‘freakish lemon,’ you’ll find us. Um

1119
01:08:05,960 –> 01:08:08,640
follow me at all the fun places, if you’d

1120
01:08:08,640 –> 01:08:11,880
like, as freakishlemon: Twitter, Tumblr,

1121
01:08:11,880 –> 01:08:16,230
Instagram, Ravelry. Links to these things

1122
01:08:16,230 –> 01:08:17,819
are in the downbar here on Youtube or

1123
01:08:17,819 –> 01:08:19,529
somewhere around here if you’re watching

1124
01:08:19,529 –> 01:08:20,609
this somewhere else.

1125
01:08:20,609 –> 01:08:23,640
And if you want to know when my next

1126
01:08:23,640 –> 01:08:25,680
episode is, consider hitting that

1127
01:08:25,680 –> 01:08:28,020
subscribe button here on YouTube. That’s

1128
01:08:28,020 –> 01:08:30,410
the most reliable way to find out when

1129
01:08:30,410 –> 01:08:33,380
stuff is happening on this channel.

1130
01:08:33,380 –> 01:08:38,870
That’s gonna do it. That’s it. Goodbye.

 

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