Episode 72: Creative Constraints

Hello yarn-people! This episode is all about working with what’s on hand and thinking about how constraints or limits can make us more creative. Spencer makes a guest appearance and I have a WIP–what I’m calling the “Afterthought Sweater”–which is my cowl to sweater experimental design! Plus, an FO from LB Handknits, the Tailor’s Rib Hat; two KALs; and general mayhem that includes “The Yarn Game” . . . Come hang out a while? ~Melissa

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2 Responses to Episode 72: Creative Constraints

  1. ReginaMary says:

    Yay! Another episode!! I can’t wait to watch. Thank you for all the wonderful links.

    Liked by 1 person

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