Thank you to Carey, Heidi and Polly!! We appreciate your donations so very much!
This week we are giving away a mini 3D turkish spindle donated by the lovely Jen Kemery of TurtleMade. Jen owns a shop on Etsy where she sells hand dyed yarn and many other 3D printed objects, such as lucets, weaving shuttles up to 8.5”, there is a rigid heddle that is coming soon, and 5 sizes of spindles (standard, 3 bottom whorls for the standard/mini and micro interchangeable arms and shafts/nano/femto) all 3D printed in a variety of colors. Go to our Ravelry group, find the appropriate thread, and tell us and Jen what type of 3D printed fiber tool you would like to see next and what color(s) you would like to see offered. One post per member of the group and we will draw a winner in an upcoming episode.
We are also giving away two bags from Renee of Lowland Originals. Renee makes wonderful project bag in a variety of fun fabrics, along with other handmade items in her shop. Go to our Ravelry group, find the appropriate thread, and tell us and Renee what item from her shop catches your eye. One post per member of the group and we will draw two winners in an upcoming episode.
Stacie is knitting:
- Margo Poncho using Lana Gatto camel
- Valentines Sock using Must Stash Yarn
- Amsterdam Cowl using Blue Sky Alpaca Melange
Steph is knitting:
- Vintage Bouquet using “a thing for string” sock
- Parcheesi Afghan using various sock scraps
- Barn Raising Squares using various self-striping scraps
Steph finished spinning:
Stacie wore her Ingot.
Steph wore her Sundottir.
Stacie’s collaboration Valentines Kit will be available on Vanessa’s site, Vintage Rose Knittique. Keep an eye on Stacie’s Instagram for more information.
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