Episode 23: What’s In The Box?

In Episode 23, Greg and Joey talk about the weather, knitting winter items when it’s warm, and various subscription boxes.

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  • We are Knitcrate Ambassadors! Are you the kind of knitter who would enjoy receiving a surprise package of yarn in the mail every month? Then you need to sign up for a Knitcrate subscription. Every month, you will receive a selection of curated yarn, a pattern specifically paired to use with the yarn, and a treat. Use code KD20 at checkout for 20% off your first package when you sign up for a subscription.
  • Special thanks to our sponsor: Coveted Yarn! Coveted Yarn is a local yarn shop in Gloucester, Massachusetts, and is an authorized dealer of our favorite knitting needles: Karbonz, by Knitter’s Pride. In addition to a great variety of widely distributed yarn, Coveted Yarn offers their own signature line of yarn — Flat Rocks Yarn, which is dyed by the shop owner’s sister. You can also find McPorter Farms knitting accessories and buttons at Coveted Yarn. World-wide shipping is available. Contact them via their website or at 1-978-282-8809 for more information and to place an order.

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Hello, #hexipuffs!

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This just got delivered. I'm about to crack it open and see what's there. #adabox #adafruit

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Episode 22: Working Together

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

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  • We are Knitcrate Ambassadors! Are you the kind of knitter who would enjoy receiving a surprise package of yarn in the mail every month? Then you need to sign up for a Knitcrate subscription. Every month, you will receive a selection of curated yarn, a pattern specifically paired to use with the yarn, and a treat. Use code KD20 at checkout for 20% off your first package when you sign up for a subscription.
  • Special thanks to our sponsor: Coveted Yarn! Coveted Yarn is a local yarn shop in Gloucester, Massachusetts, and is an authorized dealer of our favorite knitting needles: Karbonz, by Knitter’s Pride. In addition to a great variety of widely distributed yarn, Coveted Yarn offers their own signature line of yarn — Flat Rocks Yarn, which is dyed by the shop owner’s sister. You can also find McPorter Farms knitting accessories and buttons at Coveted Yarn. World-wide shipping is available. Contact them via their website or at 1-978-282-8809 for more information and to place an order.

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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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Episode 21: Cravats, Hats, and Cats

In Episode 21, Greg and Joey talk about cravats, hats, and cats.

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  • Special thanks to our sponsor: Coveted Yarn! Coveted Yarn is a local yarn shop in Gloucester, Massachusetts, and is an authorized dealer of our favorite knitting needles: Karbonz, by Knitter’s Pride. In addition to a great variety of widely distributed yarn, Coveted Yarn offers their own signature line of yarn — Flat Rocks Yarn, which is dyed by the shop owner’s sister. You can also find McPorter Farms knitting accessories and buttons at Coveted Yarn. World-wide shipping is available. Contact them via their website or at 1-978-282-8809 for more information and to place an order.

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  • Thank-Yous
  • Giveaways
  • Projects
    • Joey continues to work on a scarf for his son. He realized that the 1-year anniversary of starting this project is approaching and is targeting to finish the scarf by then.
    • Joey knitted a PussyHat for a friend who is attending the Women’s March on Washington on January 21. See the PussyHat Project website for more information about this project.
    • Greg finished a pair of Zigzagular Socks for his mom (project page). He used HauteKnitYarn and his mom loves them.
    • Greg finished the Voss Cowl (project page). He loves how the colorwork came out, but can definitely improve on his grafting technique.
    • Greg is working on his Halcyarn Socks (project page). First sock is complete, and he’s about 25% done with the leg of the second sock. He loves the contrasting cuffs, toes, and heels in black, but he hates weaving in the ends with black yarn. Yarn is custom-dyed by Dr. Kelly from the Ewe University podcast.
    • Greg has converted his imaginary knitting to real-life knitting: the Sun Blossoms Cowl (project page) with amazing alpaca yarn from Fair Winds Farm.
  • Reviews
    • Knitcrate (affiliate link) — Use code KD20 at checkout to receive 20% off your first order. We followed-up on our Knitcrate review from the last episode.
  • Podcasts We Mention And Love
  • Misc
    • GitHub, Raspberry Pi, and Arduino — components of Joey’s tech-related goal for 2017.
    • DuoLingo — a free language learning tool. We’ve created an “Unraveling Spanish” club. We think you can join the club no matter which language you are studying, not just Spanish. Use code 3RDBNA to join.
    • La La Land — Joey loves this movie.

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Guess who has a sock WIP and is on a conference call? This guy, that's who!

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The #Arduino "love meter" that uses a temperature sensor and three LEDs. #electronics

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Episode 20: Actual Knitting Actually Occurred

In Episode 20, Greg and Joey talk about scarves, subscriptions, and shipping.

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  • Special thanks to our sponsor: Coveted Yarn! Coveted Yarn is a local yarn shop in Gloucester, Massachusetts, and is an authorized dealer of our favorite knitting needles: Karbonz, by Knitter’s Pride. In addition to a great variety of widely distributed yarn, Coveted Yarn offers their own signature line of yarn — Flat Rocks Yarn, which is dyed by the shop owner’s sister. You can also find McPorter Farms knitting accessories and buttons at Coveted Yarn. World-wide shipping is available. Contact them via their website or at 1-978-282-8809 for more information and to place an order.

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Episode 19: Literally True

In Episode 19, Greg and Joey talk about singers, fair knitting, and ukulele gatherings.

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  • Special thanks to our sponsor: Coveted Yarn! Coveted Yarn is a local yarn shop in Gloucester, Massachusetts, and is an authorized dealer of our favorite knitting needles: Karbonz, by Knitter’s Pride. In addition to a great variety of widely distributed yarn, Coveted Yarn offers their own signature line of yarn — Flat Rocks Yarn, which is dyed by the shop owner’s sister. You can also find McPorter Farms knitting accessories and buttons at Coveted Yarn. World-wide shipping is available. Contact them via their website or at 1-978-282-8809 for more information and to place an order.

Notes

  • Giveaways
    • We gave away loads of prizes from the County Fair KAL. Spoiler alert: everyone who entered the KAL won a prize. Tune in and find out what you won.
  • Notes from the Ravelry Group
  • Projects
    • Joey is working on a scarf for his son. He promises to finish it by Christmas.
    • Greg is working on his Halcyarn Socks (project page). First sock is complete. He loves the contrasting cuffs, toes, and heels in black, but he hates weaving in the ends with black yarn.
    • Greg is working on the Voss Cowl (project page). Since the last episode, he ripped it all out and re-knit it, switching which color yarn he was holding in each hand. This changed the color dominance and now the yarn is looking how he wants it to look.
    • Greg is working on the Flower Cardigan (project page) for Blueberry. He hopes to finish it soon so Blueberry can wear it this winter.
    • Greg finished a cross stitch lighthouse that he picked up on vacation a couple of weeks ago.
  • Music
  • Events
  • Misc
  • TV (micro-)Time With Joey

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After.

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I decided to add a date to my cross stitch lighthouse. I'll frame it (or something) when I get home.

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Blueberry's purple tiny tea leaves cardi with coconut buttons got an honorable mention at the #NCStateFair!

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Did you enjoy seeing all of those wonderful #PreemieHat photos I recently posted? Every one of those hats will be donated to @fsn_cc to be used to provide tangible gifts of love and hope to families with children in the NICU at Women's Hospital in Greensboro, NC.⠀ ⠀ November is #PrematurityAwarenessMonth. Do you want to get involved? Knitting preemie hats is a great way to use up scraps of your yarn. It's a great way to find stress relief.⠀ ⠀ Check out the link in my IG profile for my #ScrappySockYarnPreemieHat pattern. All proceeds from the pattern sales are donated to FSNCC. Donate the hats you knit from the pattern to your local hospital. If you can't find a way to donate the hats locally, get in touch with me and I will be happy to accept them and donate them to FNSCC to be used at Women's Hospital in Greensboro, NC.⠀ ⠀ *** SALE *** To honor Prematurity Awareness Month, until November 30, the pattern is on sale for $1 off — no coupon code required, the discount will be applied when you check out. Follow the link in my IG profile to get your copy of the pattern now!

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Some cross stitch I did when I was ten or eleven.

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Episode 18: The Sound of Square Needles

In Episode 18, Greg and Joey talk about dreams, fairs, and designing.

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More #sock progress. #knitting #knitter #knittersofinstagram #unravelingpodcast #unravelingwithgregandjoey

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My wife's stained glass, that won first prize at the Gwinnett County Fair.

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My red socks, that didn't win anything at the Gwinnett County Fair.

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My Tranquilla scarf that won first prize at the Gwinnett County Fair in the "scarfs and cowls" division.

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My bay rum and clove soap that won second prize at the Gwinnett County Fair in the "cold process soap" division.

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The roving I bought to learn how to use a drop spindle.

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That tiny little bit of yarn on the right hand side is about ten minutes of work with my drop spindle.

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A close-up view of the lovely hand-painted face of my drop spindle.

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Episode 17: Knitters’ Confessions

In Episode 17, Greg and Joey talk about deep, dark secrets, center pull yarn, and soap.

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  • Special thanks to our sponsor: Coveted Yarn! Coveted Yarn is a local yarn shop in Gloucester, Massachusetts, and is an authorized dealer of our favorite knitting needles: Karbonz, by Knitter’s Pride. In addition to a great variety of widely distributed yarn, Coveted Yarn offers their own signature line of yarn — Flat Rocks Yarn, which is dyed by the shop owner’s sister. You can also find McPorter Farms knitting accessories and buttons at Coveted Yarn. World-wide shipping is available. Contact them via their website or at 1-978-282-8809 for more information and to place an order.

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More #sock progress. #knitting #knitter #knittersofinstagram #unravelingpodcast #unravelingwithgregandjoey

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I'm really enjoying my @halcyarn yarn in the custom Greg and Joey colorway. These are going to be some sharp socks!

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Episode 16: Insert Witty Episode Title Here

In Episode 16, the talk is about sweaters, lace, and underwater knitting.

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#Steve. #catsofinstagram #cats #cat

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Blocking. Fronts and sleeves stacked to ensure matching dimensions. #spdal5

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Move on. Nothing to see here but a little cotton dishcloth. #tssc2016 #underwaterknitting

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Ok, maybe there is some actual color in this color work. #bohus #bohusstickning

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Episode 15: Hiyooooooo! It’s a Giveaway-palooza!

In Episode 15, Greg and Joey talk about yarn crawls, sewing, and soap.

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The new batch of #soap is ready for slicing. #soapmaking #soapmaker #soapmakersofinstagram

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Episode 14: Greg’s Not Wearing Any Pants. Avert Your Eyes, Children!

In Episode 14, Greg and Joey talk about TV, TNNA, and tours.

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No me gusta. ¡Es muy caliente! #icanspanishyo

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#Nepeta is "helping" with the sewing project. #sewing #sewersofinstagram #cat #catsofinstagram

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