Hello dear knitting folk! I have a fun episode all about New Zealand sheep and Maniototo Wool, plus a Norrland pattern modification from hat to cowl! Some KAL updates and a HUGE giveaway from Mary Furness Weir of Maniototo Wool. I’ll chat about color-coding charts, my favorite cable needle and knitting something on my life list 🙂 Come hang a while? ~Melissa
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Giveaway Info: To enter to win one of two prizes from Maniototo Wool, please leave a comment here, in the YouTube comments for the episode, or on the Ravelry thread for this giveaway. Visit Maniototo Wool (maniototowool.co.nz) and let me know which of Mary’s yarns are your favorite or which colors you love! I’ll draw two winners in two weeks time via random number. Please note: international winners are responsible for their own postage costs. Good luck!
- Shop My Stash Sale 🙂
- Norrland by Sara Huntongton Burch
- Project page for Norland Cowl
- Maniototo Wool
- My favorite cable needles
- Assia Brill’s Fringed Brioche Scarf
- Distitch by Assia Brill
- KAL Knits in Translation
- KAL Distitch
- The Cocoon Tree (project bags)
- Fleece and Fiber Sourcebook
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