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
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.
In this episode, I talk about knitting Brise cardigan no.3 and sewing a blouse based on a commercially made top. There’s also exciting news about
Holiday gift making is complete and I celebrated by casting on a bunch of new projects. In this episode I talk about knitting gnomes, making carrot bacon, my dismissive attitude toward swatching, and I share a new poem by Amanda Gorman.
It’s the Rhinebeck Review episode, in which I tell you all about my weekend at the New York Sheep & Wool Festival. There’s also a prize, so listen to find out how to enter and post a comment on IG or to my website. Plus, what’s on my needles and a poem by Gabrielle Calvocoressi, winner of the Audre Lorde Prize for Lesbian Poetry. For complete show notes: https://www.yarnsatyinhoo.com/episode-287/
It’s a catch-up on two recently completed projects, plus the announcement of winners for EZ’S BSJ KAL, and share some thoughts about mending.