Filmed March 4th, 2020
This is a really long episode with a lot of general chatter. Please use the time stamps (below) if you want to navigate to certain sections. You may want to watch this in a few pieces! 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.
Store News: 00:54:49:08
I-Cord Finger Gloves:
I-Cord Finger Gloves WG42 by Meg Swansen
You can also check out this blog series from 2005 - in the mythical pre-Ravelry days! https://nonaknits.typepad.com/nonaknits/2005/10/icord_glo...
Kelsey is not wearing knits
Socks on the CSM knit in Timber Yarns Twin Sock in Eh!
Socks on the CSM knit in Timber Yarns Twin Sock in Allsorts
Mine by Faye Kennington (Ukeeknits) in Puzzle Tree Yarns Nimbus bulky in Flight of the Navigator
Gather At The Pyramid by Jiaya Kong in Puzzle Tree Yarns Nimbus bulky
Works in Progress
Pogona by Stephen West, knit in K-Zip Knits Fraser Fingering, colourway “Mint Chip”
Self-designed mushroom hat in Brooklyn Tweed Shelter
WCW Bingo-A-Long 2020
February Bingo winner - please contact us to claim your prize!
We are so impressed with everyone’s progress on Bingo! Keep posting your projects in the discussion threads. We have opened a March Bingo thread for newly finished Bingo rows!
Rules for Bingo
Declare your two personal challenges in the Chatter thread if you want to play - be sure to tag Kelsey or Glenda so we see your post!
You must create 24 unique projects, no double dipping. Your personal challenges require their own project, even if they are variations on existing squares.
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.
Puzzle Tree Yarns and K-Zip Knits are having a Trunk Show at 88 Stitches in Langley, BC! Join them on Saturday, March 7th from 10am to 4pm!
Fibres West - March 13th & 14th at the Langley Events Centre
We are sharing a booth - KZip Knits, puzzle tree yarns, and Wet Coast Wools. We are Booth #205, which is right by the main entrance.
Kelsey and Becca have lots of new things to share!
Puzzle Tree Yarns: Four-Skein Fades in Acre Fingering base, new chunky base called “Nimbus”
K-Zip Knits: Fraser Fingering which is a non-superwash base with beautiful black to grey marling throughout the skein. I have also massively expanded my tweed base colour range! And if you’re lucky, I’ll have some sparkles too!
Happy Knitting Everyone!