Episode 35: Plans and More Plans

Episode 35 is full of plans! A DIY Drum Carder Plan; a dyeing plan for my Shetland yarn landfall; knitting plans–of course; fleece spinning plans; and more! Even a lan for a dog sweater 🙂

FO: Sand Shawl by Kephren Pritchett

Giveaway: 3 skeins of organic cotton yarn and a stitch marker set!
To enter: leave a comment here, on the blogpost, or in the Ravelry thread telling me what you like to make with cotton yarn! Giveaway will close on 4/28; winner by random number generator.

 

SHOW NOTES:

Ravelry group: https://www.ravelry.com/groups/knittingthestash

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?

Redwood Trail by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/…)
Artist: http://audionautix.com/

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6 Responses to Episode 35: Plans and More Plans

  1. Bee says:

    Hi Melissa! I would probably knit the Leaves shell by Kay Hopkins.

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  2. knettycraft says:

    Hi Melissa! I definitely would knit dishcloths from it. Lately I read and watched a lot about olastic pollution – also the invible in our daily cosmetic and washing our dishes, clothing and ourselves. So I plan to avoid plastic whenever it is possible: so I’m going to ban all plastic (nylon, polyester…) dishcloths in my house.

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  3. Stephanie Urtin-Petit says:

    Hello Melissa, I would knit a bag to take to the beach in summer. Your podcast is wonderful! Thanks for taking the time to talk with us,
    Stephanie (etoilelunesoleil on IG)

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  4. karen marie hansen says:

    I have knit a lot of wash cloths with assorted cotton yarn, they are mindless to make and amazing to have and use! I also enjoy crocheting pot holders, and knit dish cloths and towels for the kitchen. I also find that cotton is handy when making balls and other toys for babys and children (washability, and no shedding when chewed on). This summer I am thinking about knitting a summer shirt from some cotton in my stash.

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  5. Lanehampton says:

    I’m using a cotton linen blend to knit the Tegna, so a summer knit shirt.

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  6. Valerie calderon says:

    I would use the cotton yarn to make my daughter a shawl for her wedding next June

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