Lot's of knitting happening here!
Kelly was away in the wilderness camping for two weeks and finished the Dorthelia tank by Corrina Ferguson (from her book Warm Days, Cool Knits). She also made great progress on the endless cotton/linen Featherweight Cardigan and the Niebling lace doily.
Marsha finished her Wispy Willow Cardigan by Cheryl Beckerich made with HiKoo CoBaSi. This is Marsha's first...
Kelly is camping in her newly painted trailer known as "The Clubhouse." It is a 10.5 foot, 1967 trailer that has been decorated in a San Francisco Giants theme.
Marsha and Kelly both finished knitting their sweaters and both are big wins! (At recording time we both had a little left to go, but now that the episode is published we are finished). Marsha's Blue Juno sweater fits even better than she thought it would.
|Blocking made it perfect!|
|A great fit!|
In the episode Marsha contributes the B side, or flip side, to Kelly's A side of our podcast. So much has been going on that Marsha feels her brain is a shaken snow globe with all her information, stories, and ideas spinning around. Marsha gives an update on her current projects and reports on her two recent advent-ewes. The first was a weekend in Bellingham, WA where she visited local yarn shops....
This is the third of three parts detailing Kelly's fiber adventures while she is in DC as an E. Kika de la Garza Fellow with the USDA. She talks about what she is knitting during her travels, and she reviews the the current exhibit at the Textile Museum associated with The George Washington University. She also talks about textiles at the Smithsonian Museum of American History. Due to length...