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Wet Coast Wools Podcast Episode 92: The one with all the background noise

February 11, 2020

Wet Coast Wools Podcast Episode 92: The one with all the background noise

Filmed on Tuesday, February 11th, 2020

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
Tracey is oliverrainknits on Instagram and oliverrain on Ravelry

Time Stamps:
FOs: 00:05:56:01
WIPS: 00:17:13:15
Store News: 00:52:29:08

Finished Objects

Glenda is wearing Waiting For Rain by Sylvia McFadden, knit in Briggs & Little Sport in Grey Heather

  • Xmas Socks - Rellana Garn Christmas 2019 metallic colourway. My own pattern, 2x2 ribbing on cuff and foot.

Kelsey is wearing Magpie Tendency by Ellie Alexander-Loomis, knit in K-Zip Fingering in Grimace and English Breakfast

  • Fred the Croc Bib by Elaine Fitzpatrick, knit in Gathering Yarns Pima Worsted in Jade

Tracey is wearing Soldotna Crop in Polka Dot Sheep Stumptown DK in Summer storm, Fathom, Sailor’s Delight, and Fireweed

Works in Progress

Glenda

Kelsey

Tracey

Store News:

WCW Bingo-A-Long 2020

Could the January Bingo Winner please contact us with your info so we can set you up with a prize :)

Last call for registrations. Please contact us ASAP if you still want to sign up.

Please remember the rules for bingo:

  • You must declare your two challenges by January 31st.
  • You must create 24 unique projects, no double dipping.
  • You must have Ravelry project pages for all your projects
  • You need to be a member of the Wet Coast Woolies Group in order to qualify for a prize.

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!

In Episodes 89, 90, and 91, we gave some notes on special squares. There are also a lot of questions (and answers!) in the Bingo 2020 registration thread, and the January/February Chatter Thread. Ask us if you are unsure about anything - be sure to tag us so that we don’t miss your question.

Happy Knitting Everyone!