Will my Winterlight Mittens get a glimpse of winter? Only time will tell! In this episode, I share news, updates, a prize announcement, “Knit to This” suggestions, and the latest details of my projects.
It’s been an exciting month as a fiber enthusiast, with a teaching engagement, finished projects, plans for 2023 — and a giveaway for YAYH listeners.
In this episode, I talk about some stitching projects completed over the winter holidays, plus quilting, mending, visiting a textile exhibit, and a poem by Billy Collins.
I’ve been finishing up knitting projects — mostly small, as well as planning for the year ahead. This week, I share some excerpts about the importance of realism and specificity in poetry. I also share the results of sewing my first-ever zero waste garment — and what I will pay more attention to next time. Finally, I encourage my fellow fiber enthusiasts to consider funding a scouring facility in the Northeast US.
Scrappy sewing projects have multiplied and now I’m thinking my way slowly to my first quilting project. I’m starting and re-starting Xmas knitting and immersing myself in 100 days of poetry.
It’s episode 300 and I’m finally talking about my visit to the New York Sheep and Wool Festival. It was a LOT of knitting, but
A catch-up on finished projects and upcoming makes — including my Rhinebeck sweater. Plus, pollinators, recipes to savor summer, and a poem by Fatimah Asghar.
This newly-completed Brise cardigan in 100% yak yarn is going with me everywhere. Seriously, everywhere. In this episode, I talk about felted landscape sketches in Provincetown, upcoming Slow Fashion classes at Yin Hoo studio, and a giveaway of brilliant fiber from Riot of Color. Plus, a poem by Major Jackson.