Celebrating member weaving projects and highlighting the work of designers who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. You’ll definitely add patterns to your queue after this episode! Doing our part for World Fleece! Join the community on Ravelry or email us with your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us on our website.
Kelly is plugging away at Koru by Aroha Knits using the Dragonfly Fibers Dance Rustic Silk. The patterned sections have become almost routine and she is approaching the length where she will begin armholes.
Kelly also finished a small shawlette/cowl out of handspun organic merino. The project was started and finished in one weekend trip to San Francisco to see the musical Hamilton.
The Two Ewes celebrate weaving with a review of member weaving projects. Lots of members are weavers and participated in the recently finished Winter Weave Along. Besides looking at the finished object thread the Ewes went to the Ravelry advanced search, selected the “projects” tab at the top,
selected “weaving” as the craft in the filter boxes on the left,
and selected “Groups” from the very last filter box with additional characteristics.
This allows you to select a Ravelry Group, for example Two Ewes Fiber Adventure. Once you do that you see a page of all the weaving projects by group members. Gorgeous and inspiring!
A Diversity of Designers
Summertime Tee by Toni Lipsey (crochet)
Inseparable Cowl and Shawls by Tami Gore
And many, many others (over 70 pages of patterns!)
The Two Ewes dare you to look at this bundle and not add to your project queue!
Other ways to play with string...A Not Along (or is it Knot Along?)
Group member Jill contacted Kelly about punch needle rug hooking. Kelly has been planning a project for awhile, but hasn’t gotten started. Jill also wanted to do a punch needle project. So the Two Ewes will be starting a challenge for fiber projects that are NOT knitting, crochet, or weaving. The NOT (or KNOT) Along will start on May 31, so think about what you want to be working on this summer that is NOT knitting, crochet, or weaving.
Kelly recommends Fiber at the Speed of Life podcast by Erica (Weavolution) and Michele. They just published their first episode.