Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Episode 18 is here. Today I am talking about a couple of sweaters, socks, socks and more socks. Handspun socks are particularly on my mind it seems this fall.
There is a brief photo slide show at the end. I wrote Slide Show where it says insert text at the end but it didn't save for some reason.
Click here to watch Episode 18: Fall Knitting on YouTube!
The podcast is available on iTunes as the Susan B. Anderson Podcast!
There are a few spots left in my Sock Yarn Bunny class in Madison, October 10th at the KnitCircus Retreat. If you are in the area I'd love to see you there. My Shawl Shapes class is already full but you could check on that one if interested. Sometimes people drop out at the last minute.
Click Here for the KnitCircus Retreat information! Oct. 10, 2015.
Knitting Pipeline Maine Retreat
Mary, Millie & Morgan ~ top down seamless doll pattern
Madison Knitters Guild
Rhinebeck Sheep and Wool
Antrorse by Shannon Cook
Solja by Anna Maltz
Kromski mini-niddy noddy
Stanwood Ball Winder
Kathleen Kibblehouse on Etsy ~ fabric dpn holders
Arne & Carlos sock yarn
Friends in Fiber on Etsy
Into the Whirled
How I Make My Socks ~ my free sock pattern
Blueberry Waffle Sock pattern
Quince & Co. Osprey and Lark yarns
A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman (It is pronounced Ooo-vah. I pronounced it wrong in the podcast.)
A Homemade Life by Molly Wizenberg (I meant "affectation" when I was talking about the narrator, not the made up word I used, afflection. Sorry about that.)
Olive's Ocean by Kevin Henkes
Delancey by Molly Wizenberg
Susan B. Anderson's Kids' Knitting Workshop ~ my next book!
Periscope ~ I'm @susanbanderson on here. Let me know your thoughts on this.
My Ravelry group ~ Itty-Bitty Knits
One last thing....
My lovely niece completed the Madison Ironman last weekend. We all went to cheer her on along the way and I am so proud of her. She is just amazing. This photo was taken on mile 22 of the marathon and just look at her still smiling away! She is one beautiful, strong and determined young woman.
You may recognize my niece from her modeling stint for the Split Back Snowflake Hat pattern.
Take care Knitters. I'll be back soon with more.
xo ~ susan