90% Knitting – Episode 17

Show Notes:

What’s Happening -

  • Springtime Bandit is blocked.
  • Second Forest Floor sock is still in progress.
  • Started and finished last week’s Quickie KAL project, the Tasting Cowl. Made from scraps of Ella Rae Amity and Plymouth Encore, US 7/4.5mm needles.
  • Started and finished my Knit Girllls SAL knitting project, Age of Brass & Steam Kerchief. Used about 300 yards of the yarn I spun from Tempted’s SW BFL, US5/3.75mm needles.
  • Cast on Wendy Johnson’s Summer Mystery Shawl. Using my Cirrus light fingering weight in the Smoke on the Water colorway, US5/3.75mm needles.
  • No spinning this week, but I did record and post the drop spindle tutorial last weekend.

Shop Update -

  • Posted some “in process” pictures of dyeing on the 90%K Rav board this week.
  • Last three skeins of MCN sock, two Witches Leggings, one Marmaris.
  • 100% SW Merino sock: new colorways! Reese’s Pieces, Butterbeer and Dragon Age. (Here is the site with the Butterbeer Cupcake recipe I mentioned! Someone make these and eat one for me!)
  • 100% SW Merino light fingering: new colorways! Dorabella, Primordial Sea and It’s a Girl Thing.
  • Fiber this week is squishy, wonderful Falkland.
  • Shop update will be Friday, sometime after 12:00 noon.

Resources/Recommendations -

10% -

  • It was largely a crappy week. Health issues with Emma, ant infestation and more #@!$ rain!
  • But the new Pirates of the Caribbean movie comes out tomorrow, so that’s a good thing!
  • And vacation is less than two weeks away now. Can’t get here soon enough!
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6 Responses to 90% Knitting – Episode 17

  1. Enid Mary Shaw says:

    Hi Lisa,
    sending good thoughts and cyber hugs for Emma
    xxxxxxxxxxx

  2. sue says:

    I hope that all the test results come back with positive news for your daughter. My SIL had crohn’s disease but she had the severe one where it went through her bowel and she had many operations. Her 2 sisters also have it but they just take tablets and are doing well. Unfortunately my SIL developed liver cancer so she passed away 3 years ago but before then she was so much happier having the bag as it gave her more of a life as she could go out and not worry so much about it and she never ever complained of all she went through with her operations. I do feel for you and if it were my child I would feel exactly like you do which is very emotional. Thank goodness we have knitting to keep our minds busy in times like this. I am thinking of your daughter and am sending you both lots of hugs and good wishes xxxxxx

    • fibernymph says:

      Thank you! We are thankful that her Crohn’s has been well managed, so hopefully we can get her treated and back on track before it becomes a problem. :)

  3. Kitty Haas says:

    Thanks for the drop spindle tutorial. I heard you mention the trendle, wonder if you would consider doing a tutorial on the trendle?

    • fibernymph says:

      A trindle works in the same way as any other top whorl drop spindle, really, so I probably won’t do a tutorial just on that…there wouldn’t be anything new to say! LOL In a past episode (Episode 10, I think), I did give an overview of how the trindle works, as in changing out the arms and such. If you have a specific question about using a trindle though, please feel free to ask and I’ll do my best to answer! :)

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