Hello fiber folk! I am too excited about this episode!! Yes, we have a HUGE GIVEAWAY from Lorna Landcaster of The Cocoon Tree . . . but that’s not all! I have a SweetGeogia FO, the Meraki Cowl, plus a lesson about button bands and collars, and a set of German stitch dictionaries that should not be missed! Our Knits in Translation KAL will be in full swing until Feb 1st, so get those entries in! Prizes will be announced soon–yarn and project bags and maybe a pattern or two! And I want to know what’s on your 2020 To-Learn Lists! Share in the chatter over in our knittingthestash Ravelry group! I can’t wait to see what 2020 brings all of us! ~Melissa [Show Notes are down below!]
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Giveaway Info: To win one of three prizes from The Cocoon Tree, please leave a comment here, on the blogpost for this episode, or on the Ravelry thread letting me know which of her bag designs you like best AND which prize you’d like to win. I’ll draw three winners in two weeks time via random number. Please note: international winners are responsible for their own postage costs. Good luck!
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- East Neuk Hoodie by Kristin Orme
- SweetGeorgia Yarns
- LB Handknits
- Meraki Cowl by Jenn Starhunter
- Holidays with SweetGeorgia Vol. 5
- Lenten by Natasja Hornby
- Picking up stitches: Roxanne Richardson and Purl Soho
- The Cocoon Tree
- Bäuerliches Stricken 1, 2, 3
- Jane Adams Bookshop (Champaign, IL, with a webstore!)
- Ravelry Group threads:
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