Ep 12: Let the Yarn Season Begin!

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Our podcast is a week late because the Two Ewes have been so busy. Kelly attended Stitches West in Santa Clara, California last weekend. Since next weekend we will be at the Rose City Yarn Crawl, it actually made sense to skip a week and start back now on our every two weeks schedule.

In the time since the last episode, Kelly has finished two small projects.  The Spectrum...

Ep 11: How to Boil a Frog

Two Ewes

Tags dyeing, knitting, podcast, spinning

Listeners have asked us about our distance walking so in this podcast we talk about our walking adventures and, not to worry, we also talk about fiber.

We are excited that we found a way to record our conversation! It's almost like we are in the same room and not separated by a state! Together we discuss how we each came to the sport of distance walking, how we train, and some of the challenges...

The Opinionated Spinner: Knitting with Handspun


Tags opinionated, roots, spinner, spinning

I'm a Spinner. Note the capital S. I don't consider myself a Knitter, just a knitter. I came to yarn and fiber through my desire to spin. I first remember this desire at the age of 7 or 8 when I went to the Golden Gate Kennel Club dog show and saw someone spinning their dog's fur. I remember thinking that was so cool! I have an early 1970s photo of a spinning wheel at the Renaissance Faire. This...

Ep 10: Adventures Abound in 2015

Two Ewes

Tags dyeing, knitting, podcast, spinning

Marsha and Kelly talk about their Cast On Five challenge and all the knitting and weaving that has and hasn't happened yet! Kelly talks about knitting lace and the progress of her Niebling piece. Marsha talks about her spinning and the handspun and hand-dyed yarn that she has been knitting with. The Two Ewes announce contest winners, and Marsha talks about her adventures outside of the fiber...

When Hobbies Collide


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I don't know about you, but throughout January, despite all the pressure to exercise brought on by the New Year, I have been doing a lot of sitting. Sitting after work and knitting. Sitting in the morning before work on the computer reading Ravelry discussion boards or browsing patterns. Sitting on the weekends...