Episode 42 – Mostly Harmless

In Episode 42, Greg and Pam talk about life, the universe, and everything.

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My new #KnitCrate Membership arrived! Use the link in my my IG profile and the "KD20" coupon code to get 20% off your first month in a new ongoing subscription. . This month, KnitCrate drew vivid inspiration from their Modern Primary theme to introduce four beautiful colorways on their ultra-soft, squishy, Knitologie Bouncy Worsted. Bouncy Worsted has 180 yards of 100% Superwash Merino per skein. The colorway I got is "Dashboard" and I think it will make a fun cowl or shawl. In addition to the yarn, the Membership comes with 2 hanks of yarn and 2 patterns (1 knit, 1 crochet). It's a $48 retail value, but is all for $24.99 per month with FREE shipping (domestic AND international). . As always, thanks to @KnitCrate for supporting the #UnravelingPodcast! . #knitting #KnittersOfInstagram #UnravelYourKnitcrate

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Pam’s Stormy Sky Shawl
Pam’s Mini Bubbles
Pam’s FLK socks

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Episode 41 – Needles!

In Episode 41, Greg and Pam talk about broken ribs, reference books, and needles.

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Episode 40 – Travel Knitting

In Episode 40, Greg talks about fender benders, perfect socks, and travel knitting.

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Episode 39 – Boom! A Week And A Half Later, You’ll Have A Hat

In Episode 39, Greg talks about falling asleep, quick hats, and lip balm.

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#ad Last week, the new @knitcrate Membership showed up on my doorstep and made me want to go on a mountain retreat! The theme for this month is Golden Hour, and each KnitCrate Membership subscriber will be receiving one of four colorways. I love the green/yellow vibe I got with mine. If you want a surprise shipment of yarn each month, the KnitCrate Membership might be just what you’re looking for. Use the affiliate link in my profile and the KD20 coupon code for 20% off your first shipment in an ongoing subscription. Members of the KnitCrate Membership pay $24.99 per month and receive 2 skeins of premium yarn, 1 crochet pattern, 1 knitting pattern and FREE shipping worldwide (that's a value of over $60). Plus members receive a permanent 25% discount on everything in the Member Central section of the KnitCrate website. #knitting #knittersofinstagram #knitcrate #unravelyourknitcrate

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Episode 38 – Spoiler Alert: I’m Not Going To Do That!

In Episode 38, Greg talks about going blind, bent needles, and spinning.

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Episode 37: Is That Mine?

In Episode 37, Greg talks about possession, patterns, and plans.

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Episode 36: FiberCrafty

In Episode 36, Greg chats with Pam Maher of FiberCrafty.

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Episode 35: Nothing Compares 2 U

In Episode 35, Greg and Joey talk about degrees of separation, designing a hat, and hiking.

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I’m getting ready to design a hat, and I spent some quality time winding my yarn today. It got me thinking how much a dyer’s surroundings must influence the yarn they make. This is @dreamincoloryarn in their City base. Be sure to swipe to see all the pictures. The colorway is called Cloud & Ground. I see the cloud, but not so much the ground. Then I remembered that Dream In Color is in Tucson, AZ. It all made sense. I went to AZ last summer, and this red/orange/yellow is exactly what the ground looks like. Here in central NC, I’d be looking for greens and browns. This yarn is very soft and squishy. I’m really looking forward to turning it into a hat. Thanks to Dream In Color for sending me a sample to play with! . #ad #DreamInColorYarn #knitting #knittersofinstagram

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Current status. 😀 ❄️

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Episode 34: Field Recording #4 – Joni

In Episode 34, Joey talks with his friend Joni. This is the last of the field recordings he made at UWC, back in June, 2017. In this episode, you will hear discussions of needle felting, camel urine, and his cat, Steve.

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  • Ukulele World Congress (UWC) — Joey had a great time again this year, and gathered several field recordings while he was there

Steve

#Steve says #HappyHolidays and #MerryChristmas!

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Some of Joni’s Needle Felting

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Episode 33: Yeah, So, This One’s Pretty Funny

In Episode 33, Greg and Joey talk about foreshadowing, bar fights, and seed stitch.

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Shut the front door! This yarn from #OneTwistedTree (aka @prairiegirldanie) is just what I’ve wanted my entire life. It’s in her “Take the Black” colorway. Danie has heard me talk about how knitting black toes, heels, and cuffs is why I wear reading glasses now and offered to send me a hank if this yarn to try. As she puts it, “it is a mix of black and charcoal that gives enough variation in the fabric to make the black bearable.” Nailed it! I can see my stitches clearly, and yet the overall effect is still a bold black. I swear if I look at it sideways I see hints of purple, but Danie assures me that’s just how black dyes up. It’s amazing. I’m pretty sure I want this for all my sock contrast bits now. Thank you, Danie! ❤️ . . #knitting #knittersofinstagram #socks #taketheblack

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I’m about to have to cross the same way. 😱 #optoutside #hiking

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Tallulah Gorge. #optoutside #hiking

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