Episode 60: Song and Dance

Hi yarn-folk! In this episode, I discuss my Song and Dance pullover designed by Albina McLaughlin of LB Handknits. It’s a gorgeous, graphic garment 😉 that’s fun to knit! Plus, Susan B Anderson’s Panda, some Faroese shawls (thanks to Misse Jensen), a blast from our knitting past magazine, an update from our Modification KAL, and giveaways galore! Come hang a while? ~Melissa

SHOW NOTES

To enter the Giveaway for the gift box of yarn and goddies, you must post an FO in the Ravelry thread for our Modifications KAL (garment or accessory thread) by August 16th.  I’ll draw the winner by random number generator! Postage is included for US addresses; all other winners will need to pay their own international shipping costs. Good luck!

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3 Responses to Episode 60: Song and Dance

  1. metaspencer says:

    Your magic needles continue to produce amazing things!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Hi I love your colour choices in the Song and Dance jumper. I was at the Yarnfolk Festival in Whitehead last Saturday and recognised it from Ailbiona’s pattern. Nice knitting.

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