We almost had a bus strike, so we pre-emptively decided to film from Glenda's house.
Happy Halloween from all of us at Wet Coast Wools! Come for the knitting, stay for
Kelsey's Garth's drum solos.
Knit City is behind us, and we are back to business as usual: more knitting (what else did you think we do here?!).
This Episode's Sweater Segment features a way to create side seams in a garment that was knit in the round. Why bother? You'll have to watch to find out!
What do potatoes and row gauge have in common? We don't know either, but we talk about both in this episode of the podcast! ;)
Lots of knitting to share in this episode! We also have a new KAL/CAL starting in September, so be sure to watch right through to the end to get all the details!
In the second installment of the Sweater Segment, we talk about what to do when you can't get your knitting gauge to match the gauge of your pattern. A little math is involved, but we promise it's not that difficult!
This is a long episode, but it is packed full of helpful information - we have included Time Stamps in the show notes to help you refer back to specific sections - including our brand new Sweater Segment!
We have lots of things on the go, but only a few finished objects. This is the last episode before Glenda goes on Summer Holidays.
That feeling when you've knit 15" on the body of the sweater and can't figure out why you're running out of yarn... only to realize that your sweater is 4" too big around. :facepalm:
Lots of socks in this episode - because we totally need wool socks in the middle of summer! ;)