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Wet Coast Wools Podcast Episode 91: Kelsey's New Love

January 29, 2020

Wet Coast Wools Podcast Episode 91: Kelsey's New Love

Filmed on Wednesday, January 29th

Welcome to all our new and returning viewers! We are coming to you from Wet Coast Wools, a yarn store in the Kitsilano neighbourhood of Vancouver, BC.

Visit us online at www.wetcoastwools.com! We are WetCoastWools on all the things.

Glenda is glendamcdonald on Instagram, and Glenda on Ravelry

Kelsey is fiddlebach and Kzipknits on both instagram and Ravelry

Time Stamps:

FOs: 00:14:10:24

WIPS: 00:22:09:00

Store News: 00:55:04:11

(00:03:22:04) The advert with my giant sock in it can be seen here: https://youtu.be/L61vg772SsE

Finished Objects

Glenda is wearing driftwood by Isabell Kraemer, knit in Cascade 220® Heathers in Satine Heather

Kelsey is wearing Adama by Hilary Smith Callis, knit in Malabrigo Rios, colourway Quequay

Works in Progress



Store News:

WCW Bingo-A-Long 2020

Reminder - you must enter your challenges by the end of the month. If you are playing two boards, don’t forget to tell us what your challenges are for both!

We are now starting Bingo 2020! The board is available for download from our store website.There are 2 challenge squares again, and you need to sign up and declare your challenges by the end of January.

The rules for bingo are as follows:

  • You must declare your two challenges by January 31st.

  • You must create 24 unique projects - one project can only count for one square on the board!

  • Please join the group in order to play along

  • You need to have Ravelry project pages for each of your projects.

Glenda is compiling a list of all the participants, please go and make sure that your challenges are listed correctly. If you declared more than 2 challenges, I just listed the first two - tell me if you want to make any changes. (tag me in your post, so I am sure to see it)

Your challenges cannot be the same as things that are already on the board, unless you plan to do two of those things. Someone is making three Christmas stockings, for example; one is for the ‘winter holiday’ item, the other 2 are for the challenge square.

You can keep moving around your FOs until you declare a completed row. Once you claim a row, those items have to stay in their assigned squares!

If you have any questions, ask them in one of the Bingo threads, and tag one of us so that we see your question.

Happy Knitting Everyone!