Episode 81: Inspired By Design

Hello fun fiber folk! Here is an episode in which I talk about sweaters and chatter with my partner in craft, Spencer. We have a lot to say about design, apparently! And it’s the second installment of “Name that Stash” in which Spencer pillages the yarn room and I have to identify the yarn he’s found. Fun times. Plus, a giveaway at the end! I hope you’re all well! ~Melissa xxoo

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9 Responses to Episode 81: Inspired By Design

  1. Nicole says:

    I’ve decided to take a new job and I’m so happy about it!

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  2. C.RandyRat says:

    Fantastic Job on “NAME THAT SKEINNNNNN!”… thanks for the info about “Old Crow” Art Yarns…
    HappyNote: I found a Fun free Pattern of a Pirate 🏴‍☠️ Mouse 🐁 catnip toy, by http://www.whodunnknit.com & knitting Up Cap’t Cat-Batler has made my Evening… can’t wait to knit him a Colorful Crew! Aye Matey . . . Here’s to a Fantastic Week! . . . Nicole congrats on the new job as well! ~ C.RandyRat

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  3. ReginaMary says:

    Nice to hear from you, Melissa. How are things in your state? Will you be teaching remotely this coming semester?

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    • Yes, thankfully I’ll be teaching online and my son will be in school remotely! How are you??

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      • ReginaMary says:

        Holding strong in NY! Waiting for the Gov. to determine whether or not schools will be expected to open in a few weeks. Working in a middle school is like reporting to a petri dish everyday on a good day. It’ll be interesting to see how this plays out. My son is in the local college and he will be completely remote this semester. I have mixed feelings. There are days when I think things will be fine, then there are days when I feel utter panic.

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  4. Kathy Wise says:

    Some people cannot ‘see’ how a sweater will work out if knitted in a different style yarn, or sometimes even a different color. They are limited by their vision. You (and I to an extent) see a pattern and immediately see how it would look if … and we also see sweaters and immediately think how mu better they would look if … so that’s one of the reasons why we knit. We love making it our very own!

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    • Hi Kathy, I’m a little late responding!! But thanks for this. I agree–and I find that it’s sometimes easier to “see” these things when someone else has already done the hard work of designing! I hope you’re well!

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