Episode 23: Mod Squad!

Welcome to Episode 23!! This one is all about sweater modifications–I’ve finished my Georgetown Cardigan! My WIP on display is the Linus Shawl. And then there are all of the News and Notes about Alanna Wilcox’s new spinning in color book, Anna’s lanolin podcast episode, some mill bobbins AND, of course, your next update on the Knit Together Project! Won’t you join me?


Ravelry group: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/knittin…

Knit Together Project Info:
Lots of maker communities collaborate or play “tag” with fun objects, ideas, materials, or FOs. Right now, for example, there is an ice pick making the rounds with YouTubers . . . each person who receives the ice pick makes a video about using the object. I thought that we fiber-fellows could make up a collective project of our own. Won’t you join us?


Show Notes:

Georgetown (original)

Georgetown (modified project page)

Metaspencer: Prison Bus!!

Into the Whirled

Shawl Linus

Alanna Wilcox A New Spin on Color

Rachel Smith of the Wool n Spinning Podcast

Grace Shalom Hopkins



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3 Responses to Episode 23: Mod Squad!

  1. metaspencer says:

    great post!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Chris G says:

    Love your sweater. I was very interested in your linus shawl and how the yarn pools. You mentioned an app that showed how you can tell where the yarn will pool. Can you tell me what the app or website is? By the way, my son has always to buy an old school bus and turn it into an RV. I just told him he wasn’t the only one. Thanks Chris

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