My finished Eun is the coziest sweater in my closet, and knit just in time for a few days’ wear before the temperatures rise! In this episode, I also share the details of a completed spinning project, spindle spinning for 100 days, and returning to the knitting of my colorwork sweater in Tidal Yarns. Plus, a poem by Wendell Berry.
This episode is anchored by my intentions set over the first two weeks of February: honor creative impulses and open your heart. I share a number of new works, talk about my continued spinning progress, and read a poem by Andrea Gibson, poet laureate of Colorado.
No resolutions: just renewing my commitment to what is already working. Is that your story this year? I don’t have the bandwidth for planning, so I’m looking forward to a year of working on the projects that have the most appeal at the moment. In this episode, I talk about two recently finished projects and an new cast on. Plus, beginning bojagi and a poem about Goya’s magnificent candle hat.
Items not to scale is a certain path to charm. That is what I’m finding as I enjoy my holiday decorations this season. This episode contains an update on my test crochet of KORE, designed by Maysa Tomikawa. I’ve been doing some daily spinning and very much enjoying my advent puzzle. All this, plus a fresh poem by Naomi Shihab Nye.
This episode contains an update on my recent knitting AND crochet projects. I’m thrilled to be working on a test crochet of Kore by Maysa Tomikawa. I talk about my visits to The Met and a local exhibition about the story of silk production in the Lehigh Valley. There’s more linocut — this time a Hare Moon. All this, plus advent excitement and a poem by Naomi Shihab Nye.
I’m back from a weekend in Rhinebeck, NY and eager to share all of the fiber-y goodness of the weekend. Listen in for festival news, the details of my finished RB sweater, plus — how to win some NY Sheep & Wool loot! What have I been doing ALL wrong? Listen to find out. This episode closes with a poem titled “How to Listen” by James Crews.
It’s all about sweater weather and pumpkin in this episode.
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.