Episode 65: So tired but still crafting

Episode 65: So tired but still crafting

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Welcome: Please find my latest episode here.  Also, find me as (Ravelry link) saltyjoknits on ravelry or in our (Ravelry link) podcast’s group on ravelry. Email me at saltyjoknits at gmail dot com and as saltyjoknits on instagram

Grateful List

Finished Objects

  1. Berry Baby Hat but pumpkin by Michelle Sabatier using leftover Rios in lettuce and sunset
  2. Baby hat with top knot by tegan using PlainJane Craft DK cotton in a pale blue
  3. My first woven scarf using sweet georgia tough love sock which is an 80/20 merino nylon blend in the saltwater and neverland colorways
    1. Recommendation Gist Yarn

WIPS

  1. Second woven scarf using Wonderland Yarn in Little Bat and some Merino Sock from Dyetastic that was part of a OOAK sale in a blacky purple
  2. Latest stripey SOS by Susan B Anderson – using Lollipop yarn in the traditional sock base – in the colorway Dream a Little Dream
  3. Curdach Blanket by Carol Feller in her Blasta base – note that Carol feller will have the pattern available for non-club members and this fantastic yarn in October.
  4.  Lothlorien Shawl by Jennifer Wood
  5. The Rainscape Cowl by Erin Kurup (Remade by Hand) using Dyetastic Perfectly Sock base – i think it’s the Junk Rock colroway which is hot pinks, to almost read to a bubblegum pink

Rants/Raves

Deep Thoughts

One thought on “Episode 65: So tired but still crafting

  1. Ah, Jo…as usual your deep thoughts mirror my own. Impressed with your daughter’s long term thinking. A rare capacity at her age. I hope your holidays are a time of peaceful reflection and perhaps a bit of private indulgence.

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