Wet Coast Wools Podcast Episode 70: Which Witch

March 03, 2019

Wet Coast Wools Podcast Episode 70: Which Witch

Episode 70: Which Witch 
Filmed on Friday, March 1st, 2019

Welcome to all our returning viewers, and to those who are joining us for the first time!

Our show notes can be found in the drop down section on YouTube; linked notes are on Ravelry. Comments and questions can be left in either place.

Hello to Tania kteni, who came to visit us at the shop this week, all the way from Masset in Haida Gwaii.

Glenda - Glenda on Ravelry, glendamcdonald on instagram 
Kelsey - fiddlebach and Kzipknits on Instagram and Ravelry 
Wet Coast Wools - WetCoastWools on all the things

FOs (Finished Objects)

Glenda: Wearing: St. Patrick’s Day Chapeau by Sharon Mann, and Waiting For Rain by Softsweater, knit in Briggs & Little Sport in Grey Heather

  • Mannequinn Cover - made with acrylic. Started ages go, finally decided to finish it. No pattern, I just made it up as I went along.

  • Be Simple Variations by Carolyn Glauz-Todrank, knit in King Cole Drifter DK in Wyoming colourway. Its a store sample, so only used 1 skein, but you can make it as big as you like

Kelsey: Wearing - Thicket Cardigan by Cecily Glowik MacDonald, knit in Cascade Eco+ Heathers Summer Sky and Aporto

  • Floral by Unnur Eva Arnarsdóttir. Knit in yarns dyed by myself! On my waterfront worsted base.

  • Undertone by Tin Can Knits - also in my Waterfront worsted base, on my own colourways

  • Swatchtastic - by Tin Can Knits in assorted colours by Puzzle Tree Yarns

WIPS (Works in Progress)



  • Witch Socks in “Ursula” a collaboration between myself and Puzzle Tree Yarns.

  • Spongdal toque pattern by Kelsey Zachary in an accidental colour from Puzzle Tree Yarns and “Blueberry Milkshake” on my Dunbar DK base.

Store News 
Tonight is our Wine & Cheese with Megan Nodecker of Pip & Pin. This will come out after that event (editing on Saturday night probably).

New yarn: Katia Linen - we carried this a few years ago and loved it. DK weight, 50% Linen/50% cotton. Jane Richmond’s Gemini pattern is made with this yarn.

Katia Merino Aran - blend of 52% wool and 48% acrylic. I made the Julian Vest in it the other week and after machine washing and drying it still looks really great. We have 12 colours in stock at the moment.

New Holst Shipment coming soon. It has arrived in Canada, so I suspect we will get it today or early next week… (it arrived on Friday, colours are online now and will be on the shelf by Tuesday!)

Yarnageddon Update: The staff have gone go ‘Cold Sheep’ as of January 1st. Sara has left the game, but the rest of us are still in.

WCW Knit & Crochet Bingo! 
Registration into Bingo closed January 31st, so we have taken down the Bingo boards and closed the registration. Email us if you do still need a Bingo Board and we can send it to you.

Challenge started January 1st, and will run until the end of the year. Rules and notes about the game squares are all in the Chatter Thread on Ravelry.

February had 3 Bingo entries from 2 people - Could the winner please contact us to claim your prize! 

How are we progressing?

Glenda - 5 squares on the knit board 
Stranded colourwork - Whale Hat 
Make a Sweater - Winstonian Pullover 
Leftovers - Beauregard Pig 
Lace Project - First Beach Cowl 
Crochet an item - Juggling Pig

Crochet board - 3 squares 
Crochet a toy in the round - Varkentje Pip 
Leftovers - This Pig is Flying 
Knit a thing - Julian Vest.

Kelsey - 2 squares 
Leftovers - Pigs 
Make a Sweater - Ease cardigan! 
Eek Steeks - coffee cozy 
New designer 
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