Wet Coast Wools Podcast Episode 74: Happy 3rd Podiversary!

April 25, 2019

Wet Coast Wools Podcast Episode 74: Happy 3rd Podiversary!

Episode 74: Happy 3rd Podiversary
Filmed on Wednesday, April 24th

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, and on Ravelry. Comments and questions can be left in either place.

Introductions:
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: Vanguard Cardigan by Annamária Ötvös, knit in Malabrigo Rios in Cirrus Grey

Stillwater Cardigan by Marie Greene. Knit in a double strand of Rowan Lambswool Tweed that I overdyed. Finished, blocked, and still slightly damp.

Kelsey:

- Bumble bee socks. Socks made on the Circular Sock Machine, with afterthought heels and toes. Knit with K-Zip Knits Garibaldi Sock in Loyal Bees and Patons Kroy Sock in Black

WIPS (Works in Progress)

Glenda

Worsted weight socks made with Briggs & Little Heritage in Sheep’s Grey and Grape. Started the cuff on this last summer/fall. Picked it back up (and put it back onto the needles) so that I’d have something to knit while on the Twitch & Stitch stream last week.

Herbsaint by Thea Coleman, made with Baa Ram Ewe Winterburn DK in Goathland.

Kelsey

- Mount Pleasant by Megan Noedecker in Holst Garn Supersoft in Pussy Willow

- Mummers from Saltwater Mittens in Briggs & Little Regal in Dark Grey and Yellow - one mitt complete, one to go!

- Cowichan Inspired Sweater - I’m getting there! All in Custom Woolen Mills. My own colourwork pattern and modification of a seamed pattern.

Ask Us Anything Question from spicywhisky / Courtney on Ravelry. Please visit our Ravelry Group for the answer to this question.

Store News

April is our Podiversary month!
First ever WCW Podcast was April 23rd, 2016. We are having a giveaway to celebrate our 3rd Podiversary! The prize will be two skeins of Home Grown by West Coast Colour, in Tappen, BC. Colours are Enderby (grey) and Tappen (blue). 56g/142m per skein.

To enter the giveaway, go to the Podcast Giveaway thread and tell us your favourite episode or moment from the podcast, or a memorable visit to our store. We will choose a winner in May.

Yarnageddon Update: No one has bought yarn!

WCW Knit & Crochet Bingo!
We have taken down the Bingo boards; if you still want to register, email us for a bingo board. You need to declare your challenges when you register.

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.

March Bingo winner has not claimed their prize - go watch the last episode to see if you are the winner! :)

How are we progressing?

Glenda
Lace Project - Llama cowl
New-To-You Designer - Cowl-turned hat
Stranded Colourwork - Whale Hat
Make a Sweater - Winstonian
Make something for Charity - 2 Charity Hats
Leftovers - Beauregard Pig
Crochet an item - Non-Juggling Pig
Knit a gift Mike’s - Cowichan-Inspired Sailing Sweater
Problem Yarn - Blue Antlers
Crochet board - 3 squares
Crochet a toy in the round - Varkentje
Leftovers - The pig is flying
Knit a thing - Yellow Vest

Kelsey:
Leftovers - Piggy - N4
Make a Sweater - Ease - I-4
Eeek Steeks - Eeek Steeks N-2
New Designer - Floral - I-2
Trendy Item - Undertone O-1
Charity Item - Charity Toque I-5
Stranded Colourwork - Spongdal (again) I-3




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