90% Knitting – Episode 49

[blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/hu4NgubsIAA width=”480″ height=”385″]

Shop preview starts around the 48:42 mark.


  1. Working on – Aleita Shell, Bonnie Marie Burns; Debbie Bliss Prima, color 35709, US4/3.5 & US6/4mm
  2. Working on – Nefertem, Kirsten Kapur, The Sanguine Gryphon Bugga! Great Purple Hairstreak, US8/5mm
  3. Still spinning – Loop Bullseye Bump, Purrrrple
  4. New things –
    1. Gifted Pattern – Estonian Pi from Kate/Noteable Needle
    2. Wedge bag from Becky/Addicted to Yarn (Her Etsy shop is BitchinBecky)
    3. Inspinity blocking wires – will be testing and reviewing soon – thanks Rachel!
  5. Pattern drawings from Stitchinoutloud/Cat (winners, please contact me! :))
  6. 90% Knitting 1 Year Anniversary show 1/25 –Enter the many drawings on the 90% Knitting Ravelry board! (You must be a group member to win!)
  7. Quickie KAL – Baktus & Lacy Baktus
  8. Snuggles KAL – Yarnivore – Jan-Feb. Will start a thread for this. Post in both our thread and in Yarnivore’s thread to enter for drawings.


  1. The gym – still going, despite my cold. Sparring challenge.
  2. Dogs are friends, not food.


  1. Not taking any special orders at this time.
  2. Trifecta of Awesome Yarn Club – Round 2! Fiber this time. Sign ups start on the 15th.
  3. Feb. colorways for KCYC will be up on Sunday as well for club members.
  4. Update this week on Friday, Jan 13.
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4 Responses to 90% Knitting – Episode 49

  1. Enid Mary Shaw says:

    Hi Lisa, the shawl colour is lovely. is it yarn you dyed?

  2. fibernymph says:

    Thanks Enid, but no, it is Sanguine Gryphon Bugga in the Great Purple Hairstreak colorway. They are some of my favorite colors, though!

    And by the way, thank you so much for the holiday card you sent! It just arrived the other day! What a nice surprise! :)

  3. folksmith says:

    OMG, Lisa you had me laughing so hard over your huge dog problem on Sunday. I know it wasn’t funny but you had me laughing so hard that i ended up crying. What a frightful experience. I think I would have died. Not sure what i would have done. Probably calling 911 was the best thing you could do.
    Wish I could be your apprentice for helping you to dye your yarns/fiber.
    Hope you are feeling better soon.

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