Wet Coast Wools Podcast Episode 12: 2HOs Don't Make a FO

October 16, 2016

Oct 6, 2016, Welcome to Old and New Viewers
Coming to you from Vancouver, BC Canada
Wet Coast Wools
Glenda is glenda on ravelry and glendamcdonald on instagram
B: ec0g33k all the places

FOs (Finished Objects)
~Handspun for sam, 190 yards, aurelia fibre from kc last year
~Witches Waffles
Violet Waffles Pattern
Witch Brew by Knitted Wit
~Shelob by Caitlin ffrench
Sample for knit city, new amelie
~Maize Mitts by Tin Can Knits
Handspun from Sweet Spun, KC last year, bfl base (amazing), 2 plied, very thick and thin
~Know Your Wool Segment
English Longwool, Brought Over By Romans, Very Odd looking sheeps
Supposedly have a blueish toned face caused by a white hazy fur over their black faces
Longer staple fibre, durable, less pilling and longer wearing. Can have a slight sheen to it depending on how it is dyed. Buttery soft because it is a fine haired longwool.
Raw fleece is looks like a tight spring, which is what makes the sheep breed so amazing.

Glenda( wearing Emerald by Isabell Kraemer}(pattern)):
~Petty Harbour Socks}(pattern) - its a HO!
Wendy Sunbeam St. Ives sock yarn, cuff down, 2.25 DPNs, heel flap. These are for Mike
~Bus Knitting Sock - another HO
Patons Kroy Sock yarn, Cadet Colours, 2.5mm DPNs
~Wet Coast Cowl by Glenda McDonald
Made this for Knit City, goes with the CWM kits for Annie’s Knee Highs

Works In Progress

~Patons Kroy Socks for Brian
Fleegle Heel, Denim Jaquard(55601)Colorway
~Offhand Lace
Bernat Roving in Putty, Gift for my cousin
Using Stitch Markers by Riv Creative
~In Stillness by Alicia Plummer
This is for our top-down pullover class. Knoll Coast, Lambswool & Cotton, colour Nimbus, 4mm needles. I thought it was because my gauge swatch lied - my gauge was 18 sts per 4”, not 20 sts, therefore the sweater is 44”, not 37.5”. Went back and found my original version of the pattern - notes on that pattern said to knit the size down because my gauge was not the same as the pattern said. So I didn’t follow my own directions!!
I need to frog this sweater, but kind of don’t want to knit it again. Maybe I’ll use this yarn for something else, and make this sweater with something else.
~Classic Zombie by Fiona Goble
I have the book but its also online for free
Made with leftover DK acrylic from stash

Craft all the things
Pixel People Cross Stitch
Stitch fiddle, martha stewart tutorial

Store News
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Knit City Aqustions!

Podcasts mentioned
Fairy little
Bakery bears
My Two Tips
Relentless Knitting