Indigo summer is drawing to a close, and I’ve made time for indigo dyeing and improvising a version of Malaysian blue rice. Plus lots of progress on my Rhinebeck sweater and a poem by Lorna Dee Cervantes.
Summer’s not quite over, and I still have some projects planned for an “indigo summer.” I share the details of my completed Holderness top, as well as the start of my Rhinebeck sweater and a blue poem by Laura Villareal.
This episode contains the details of the Yarns at Yin Hoo Advent Puzzle Exchange. Listen on if you are interested or curious. I hope you will decide to take part in this very special gift exchange. Details, links and tips are contained in the episode an in the show notes. Regular segments will resume in Episode 316.
In this episode, I share a summer knitting project that’s new on my needles, plus more #outsidethesocksCAL making batts, and a delicious summer pie.
This episode is all about my experience of making boba (bubble tea) at home over the past few months. I share some tips, favorite combinations, and products that I enjoy using.
It’s going to be an indigo summer! I have summer reading plans, new skills in paper crafts and printing, entries into the Knit Spin Farm #outsidethesockCAL, projects from Taproot magazine, and an excerpt from Camille T. Dungy’s new memoir, SOIL: The Story of a Black Mother’s Garden.
In this episode, I’ve started two new projects with sock yarn, and I’ve begun the final step on the Moonshadow Table Runner. It’s been awhile since my quick trip to MDSW, but I share some of the highlights, like the 1/4 fleece of Lenore that I’m working to scour, prep and spin. There’s some #memademay chatter, and a passage from Wendell Berry.
In this episode, I have completed a project with handspun yarn and I’m making progress toward my #taprootmake9. Plus, a poem perfect for the spring season from poet Ted Kooser by way of JoAnna Spring.