Episode 88: Approximation and Poetry
In this episode, I talk about some completed projects, a new-to-me cast on method, and more crafting on the horizon. Our summer read-along of Victoria Finlay’s Color: A Natural History of the Palette, concludes with some introspection about the poetry and mathematics of color. I’ll review my attempt to convert a New York Strip steak to bacon lusciousness — have you ever heard of meat bacon? In September, let’s talk lunches; specifically, how do you stock your pantry for healthy, satisfying lunches for school, work, or fun outings? Have you been thinking about joining the Asymmetri-CAL? There is still a month left to complete a garment or accessory that’s asymmetrical in design, construction, or use of color. Click here for details and prize information.
The Front Porch
Ysolda’s long tail tubular cast-on tutorial
Angel Babies by Angelea McGarrah
Rhode Island Red by Pam Sluter
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Sara, I miss you! Love you new woven scarf.