First, Steph and Stacie want to give a big shout-out and say “Thank you” to all our friends, new and old, who left comments and feedback about our podcast. We appreciate each and every one of you so please keep the feedback coming!
We want to give a special “Thank you” to Laura Linneman (LaLa) from The Knit Girllls. She has been a tremendous help to us in getting our feet wet in the podcasting world.
Stacie is working on:
- Pomme de Pin cardigan by Amy Christoffers using a natural 100% merino 2-ply sport weight yarn from Kai Mohair Ranch. Project Page
- Just Yer Basic Sport Sock by Alyson Johnson using Knit Picks Felici Sport in the Recess colorway. Project Page
Steph is working on:
- #17 Man’s Cable Cardigan by Josh Bennet using Cascade Ecological Wool in the Ebony colorway. Project Page.
- Jaywalker socks by Grumperina using Little Monkey’s Stitch ‘n Spin sock yarn in the Macaw colorway. Project Page.
Both Steph and Stacie are each knitting an afghan strip for a charity blanket with their local knitting group. The pattern is Knit Textured Afghan by Bernat. The finished afghan will be sent off to an orphan graduating from Maryvale Orphanage.
Stacie managed to get a teeny bit more done on her Loop Bullseye batt in the Terra Cotta colorway.
Steph finished spinning her Western Sky Knits 85% Polwarth and 15% Tussah silk in the Azaleas colorway. Final yarn weighed in at 4 oz and was 417 yards and she *hearts* it very much.
March will be our “Month of Socks”. Stacie might do Skew with her Kraemer Yarns Sterling Silk & Silver. Steph may use her WSK handspun to knit Marlene or perhaps Pomatomus. The Fruit Loop pattern also intrigues her.
Question for our viewers:
How do you manage your spinning projects on Ravelry? Do you use your stash page? Start a project page? Must Stash Podcast wants to know!
We’re learning as we go as we embark on this new journey. If you have any advice or suggestions, especially when it comes to hosting and iTunes, we’d love to hear from you! We plan on producing an episode every 2 weeks from here on out. We do have a donation button on the blog; donations are not necessary but are very much appreciated and go to help pay for production costs. We have some super cool buttons coming our way that we plan on giving in return for donations of $10 or more.
Stacie was wearing her Color Affection (Veera Välimäki pattern).
Steph was wearing her Ishbel (Ysolda Teague pattern).
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