Episode 68 — Air is Delicious

In Episode 68, Greg and Pam discuss audio issues, baby gifts and talking about Elizabeth Zimmermann.

Special thanks to Chelly (BlueChinaDoll) for the intro!

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Notes

Dear Listeners

We would love to have YOU record and introduction to the show! You can find details in the Ravelry Group Pages.

Greg’s Projects
Pam’s Projects
FiberCrafty
  • OOPS! We completely forgot a FiberCrafty segment! It will be back next time!
  • The weekly FiberCrafty newsletter always has a list of current coupon codes! And other fun stuff. Pam writes it, it’s good. You should subscribe.
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  • We skipped EZ again! Next time we will cover Leaflet #18, pages 90-93.
Current/Upcoming Unraveling Events
Upcoming Events Where You Might Find Us
  • Greg is planning on going to SAFF, which runs from October 25-27. Greg intends to be there Friday and Saturday (25-26).
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This is my happy place. I am working the increases on my Gramps cardigan (pattern by @tincanknits) with a M1R for increases before a stitch marker and a M1L for increases after a stitch marker. The result is a beautiful symmetrical piece with the increases appearing to grow out of a crisp line running down the work. Paying attention to details like this is a great way to ensure your finished object looks as sharp as it can. The instructions call for a M1, so I took the opportunity to research how the various ways of increasing would look and decided this is exactly the strategy I wanted to employ. Seriously, I could look at symmetry in knitting like this all day long. Structure like this is what first attracted me to the craft. #knitting #knittersofinstagram

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