Listen to Show #5 Here!
Thank you to EVERYONE who left comments or sent emails this past week. We were really overwhelmed, flattered and humbled by the response. We hope to continue to hear from you all on a regular basis.
So if anyone perhaps didn't comment and they really did want a tick, here's the website where you may order your own.
ON MY NEEDLES:
Working on the heel flap of my super simple sock pattern with a not so plain jane yarn Koigu KPPPM in P122 colorway. Pattern is a download on ravelry.
The Dreaded Stocking...Attempt #3 FAILED!!!
This is how it still looks after going through the washer and dryer. Stretched beyond redemption. Will someone please take me out of my misery!
I learned how to dye by watching youtube videos and THIS ONE is my favorite. And don't forget to watch PART TWO.
But this past week, after being inspired by the article, Spinning Pleasantly Plump and Silky Singles by Judith Macenzie, in the Spring 2010 issue of Spin Off Magazine, I got into more detail and watched The Art of Fiber Dyeing with Sandy Sitzman and Fiber Dyeing: Immersion and Painting of Protein Fibers with Deb Menz.
And I turned this
NATIONAL ALPACA FARM DAYS - We visited High Meadow Alpaca Farm in Leiper's Fork. Check out these cuties!
IN OUR WINEGLASS:
A nice moderately priced Chardonnay from Cupcake Vineyards. "Decadent flavors of butter cream, bright citrus and vanilla melt into a balance of oak and subtle spice. In other words: Sinful. In my opinion, the citrus is the standout flavor." Although they are present, I would like to taste more of the butter cream, vanilla and oak.
And finally..."The Don" Your voice will be missed, however guys like Rick will enjoy the extra work.
Thanks everyone for listening!
As a tribute to Don LaFontaine, here is the new promo for The Knit Wits
See you next week!