90% Knitting – Episode 36

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What’s Happenin’…

1. Working on – Trenza Mitts, Susannah IC, Elemental3.0, Summer Squash, US 8
2. Working on – Calvados Cardigan by Thea Coleman, Cascade 200 Heathers, US7/8/9
3. Started – Hijinx socks for Soctoberfest. FDW Amble, Hijinx colorway, US1.5/2.5mm

Shop Update…

1. Friday, Oct. 7, after 12:00 noon
2. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I will donate $2 per skein of any pink yarn (semi-solid or with a pink stripe) to the Susan G. Komen foundation.
3. Check out Sarah’s Ribbons for Mom sock pattern! Her proceeds are also being donated to breast cancer research.
4. I’ve ordered new buttons for the shop!
5. Due to a change in my dyeing schedule, starting next week I will be going back to a Wednesday recording schedule.

Resources/Recommendations…

1. This week’s Quickie KAL – Grrlfriend Market Bag, Laura Spradlin – or any other market bag of your choice.
2. Rhinebeck is next weekend! Hope to see you there!

10%…

1. I got my candles from Wolfe Farms! Yummy!
2. I have a new panini maker! What are your favorite panini ingredients?
3. I need a new winter comforter. What are your thoughts on duvets vs. traditional quilts/comforters?

Please feel free to leave feedback on the episode on our Ravelry group thread for this episode!

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3 Responses to 90% Knitting – Episode 36

  1. folksmith says:

    Invest in a down comforter and you won’t believe how warm you will be during the winter season. That is all you will need on your bed when you sleep at night. You can really turn down the heat and stay warm. Like you said, the duvet cover is a huge pillow case that will keep the down comforter clean. I’ve never had any problem with it shifting.

  2. ScottieGirl1 says:

    USPS has a book rate, $3.00. Isn’t that great!

  3. Sommer says:

    A duvet is a cover for a down blanket. I love love love down blankets. I use mine year round. If you have feather alergies they also make some comparable down alternative blankets. I think Ikea sells down and down alternative at a decent price. Costco also sells down blankets sometimes. You can also find them everywhere else – JC Penny; Macys; Bed, Bath & Beyond; etc.

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