Episode 31: We Didn’t Enter The Fair

In Episode 31, Greg and Joey talk about mermaid tails, fair travails, and hiking trails.

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Friends, I just released a new hat pattern — Thundertwist! Until September 30, the pattern is $1 off — no coupon code needed. See the link in my IG profile to get the pattern from Ravelry. Be sure to mark the pattern as a favorite on Ravelry, too! ⠀ Like thunderbolts flashing from the sky, slender cables zig-zag down from the crown of this hat — but they have a twist! Not only do you knit these thunderbolts from the bottom up, but their stitch definition is as sharp as a lightning flash thanks to the use of twisted stitches. Worked in worsted-weight yarn, this fast and fun-to-knit hat is a great introduction to Bavarian twisted stitches and would be a perfect use for handspun yarns.⠀ ⠀ I knit my sample in @barrettwoolco Wisconsin Woolen Spun Worsted Weight, which is so soft and squishy to work with and really highlights the definition in the twisted stitches. What do you have in your stash that wants to turn into a snuggly hat for this winter? It's time to dig it out and get knitting!⠀ ⠀ #ThundertwistHat #knitting #knittersofinstagram #hats #designing #designersofinstagram

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I added another 2,100 stitches to The Scarf today. #knitting #knittersofinstagram

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The map of my hike tonight at #StoneMountain. #hiking #walking

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