UP AND COMING
- Baltian by Caitlin Hunter
- mini Gale by Alicia Plummer
- Marled Magic by Stephen West
NEW PATTERN — Christmas in July — coming November 22nd!
This design began with inspiration from textiles in the lobby of a Saratoga Springs hotel. As I worked, I identified the need for a seamless graft within a colorwork pattern, but could not find any instructions for this technique. Thanks to Ellen Silva (twinsetellen) and her development of stranded donut grafting, knitters of my new design can really level-up and work this clever approach for a seamless resolution to a cowl with 2-color stranded knitting.
For your chance to win a copy of the pattern, post a comment to this episode and share a moment when you felt like a clever and accomplished knitter / crafter. You can also comment on my IG post for an additional chance to win. I’ll announce the winners on Sunday, November 21 in Episode 289.
OFF THE SHELF
- Su Cho’s editor’s note Poetry Magazine (November 2021)
5 thoughts on “Episode 288”
I’m so pleased that you are getting good use of that pattern. I love to add in my favorite details from past knits!
I love this idea of working from both ends. It means so much that you listen and stop by here to tell me about it. Stranded colorwork is indeed magic.
Hello Sarah! I have been knitting for a couple of years and perhaps felt most accomplished when I finally taught myself to knit stranded colour work with two hands – it took lots of practice!
I am so glad to have found your enjoyable podcast. I have been listening from both ends – starting at your first episode and also to your most recent. I’m looking forward to meeting in the middle sometime! Many thanks, Annie x
Thanks for your latest podcast! Looking forward to your new pattern. I’m just working on some socks where I’ve added in the heal and arch ribbing detail from your Humblebee pattern which I love and have made twice!
Very enjoyable podcast, Sarah, thank you! The new pattern sounds really interesting, I look forward to seeing it. Nice hats! Happy Fall!