Episode 22: Working Together

In Episode 22, Greg and Joey talk about bulky knitting, international shipping, and working together.

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#YarnLoveChallenge Day 4: speed. I'm not a fast knitter, so I wondered how I would represent "speed" in the challenge. Then I realized that "slow" is a speed! Here's a picture of a sweater I started for Blueberry this past summer, hoping to have it ready for this fall. Well, I just pulled it out of hibernation last night and will be lucky if I finish it before it gets too warm for her to wear this season. That's OK, I'm making it large enough for her to get several seasons out of it. I can't even figure where I left off with the pattern! Time for some detective work. I'm obviously a process knitter, and keeping it slow is just fine with me. What's your speed when it comes to knitting? #knitting #knittersofinstagram cc: @yarnlovechallenge @oharethey @maryheatherb

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