Episode 16: Gansey’s, Giveaways, and Girlfriends

Episode 16 is sponsored by Ranching Tradition Fiber. Read on to learn more about the GIVEAWAY!! In this episode, I talk about Gansey sweaters (and socks!), my Ella Cardigan WIP, some FO spinning projects that are all about color maintenance, and some lovely girlfriend fiberistas. Thanks for joining me 🙂 So happy to have you here to chat with!

GIVEAWAY INFO:

One lucky reader/viewer will win this amazing sample pack of raw wool and scour from Ranching Tradition Fiber! All you have to do is leave a comment HERE, in our Ravelry group, OR via Episode 16 of the YouTube cast 🙂 So many options! **The Question: Tell us a little bit about how you wash your fleece? OR Why you want to try raw fleece for the first time!

The giveaway will close on June 9th–so comment away! Share your fiber know-how!

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Show Notes:

 

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4 Responses to Episode 16: Gansey’s, Giveaways, and Girlfriends

  1. bellasocks says:

    I love to process fleece. I use Unicorn Power Scour. It’s the best in my opinion. If possible I prefer to keep the lock structure intact. I accomplish this by washing in small batches in lingerie bags. I live in Miami so the fleece is always put out to dry on screens in the sun. This is a great giveaway! Thanks😊

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  2. Cindy Minota says:

    Nice to seethe finished socks! This sweater is going to be gorgeous when finished; enjoy the process!
    The fiver sample is a great way to compare fibers. I enjoy each step of working with wool!

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  3. Greta Lyn Baxter says:

    I love using lingerie bags too. Keeps everything neat and tidy for combing or flicking later. Its lovely to see the clean fleece laid out on a old screen when it’s all done. Ready for ideas!!!!

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  4. Charlynn Gimenez says:

    I like to use lingerie bags for washing fleece as well. Keeps the fibers from escaping and lets vm and dirt out. I also use blue Dawn and very hot water. I’ve only tried a couple of breeds and would love the chance to give the sample pack a try. What an excellent idea to learn more about different, new breeds!

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