In Episode 93, Greg and Pam discuss Christmas socks, old yarn, and swaps.
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- Greg finished a pair of socks. He is using 2 Guys Yarn Company Tweedy Toes yarn in the “No Pants!” colorway and incorporated The Discretion Cuff, which looks awesome.
- Greg finished an ornament for a swap in the Itty Bitty Knits Ravelry group.
- Greg started a new pair of socks. He is using Apothefaery Fabrications Middle of the Road Sock yarn.
- Greg continues to work on the Rio Calina Cowl by Cat Bordhi. He is using Knitologie Silken Worsted yarn in the Verdant colorway.
- Pam worked on Scott’s Socks – toe-up, stockinette, FLKH using Patons Kroy Sock Fx.
- Pam worked on the Dumpster Fire ornament by KinoKnits. She is using KnitPicks Palette.
- Pam cast on the Pandamonium Hat by iKnit2Purl2 for her niece. She is using Plymouth Yarn DK Superwash Merino.
- Pam worked on a spinning project with merino wool.
- Last year Pam crocheted the Malia Bag by Yarn + Chai. She sewed a lining to put into it and used 2 tutorials. One tutorial was for making the lining and the second was for hand sewing it in.
- Pam reviewed Manos Del Uruguay Alegria Grande that she used to make the Super Soft Snowflake Scarf by Purl Soho.
- Worsted weight, 75% superwash merino 25% nylon
- 197 yards/180 m 100 grams
- Beautiful tonality
- Easy to work with
- No bleeding at all!
- Manos is a member of the World Fair Trade Organization.
- Manos yarns are produced by skilled artisans in cooperatives located throughout Uruguay.
- Every skein purchased helps a woman in Uruguay support her family.
- Each skein is signed by the artisan so that you know who made your yarn and which village it came from.
- Many thanks to Fairmount Fibers, North American Distributor of Manos del Uruguay yarns for providing the yarn for review!
- We will start Chapter 5 (pages 103-125) of Knitting Rules! The Yarn Harlot Unravels the Mysteries of Swatching, Stashing, Ribbing & Rolling to Free Your Inner Knitter next time.
- Stephanie Pearl-McPhee has a Patreon account for $6 a month and it looks like she is offering great content.
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- Greg went trout fishing. Greensboro City Lakes stocks a small pond every winter.
- Pam shared a news story about the world’s oldest yarn fragment.
- Pam shared that Carolina FiberFest will be virtual in 2021.
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