Done! Well, almost. I still have another year left of school, and then I will be truly done.
But now, I am in Florida and two of my friends in my knitting group on Ravelry just moved to NYC so there is even more to celebrate. Speaking of celebrating...
I am very pleased to announce the first sponsors for the Subway Knits Podcast!
On the Needles
I have picked up the Pickadilly. In a way it was great that it did go into hibernation because while my bust measurement is 40" I know based on my experience wth cardigans that it will not close all the way or experience strain on the button placket. So I am knitting a 42" - bit more work but I know it will fit.
Pickadilly got too big because I had miscounted and had to rip back. This sweater is going to be the death of me.
Cookie A posted a tutorial on her blog showing a way to repair socks without a darning egg. While I am in possession of a darning egg, I got it more for the form as opposed to the function.
On the question of how one stores their stash...Apartment Therapy has an article on the various ways to do it. How do you store your stash?
Laura Gesin of the Apocalyptic Diner published an e-cookbook called The Market Vegan.
My family and the bird made it to Florida in one go and in one piece. But the bird barely talked on the trip! I finally got some audio of him, and hopefully I'll get a full rendition of "La Cucaracha." On the way down, I worked on the Botanical Shawl.
I have picked up The Aussie's camera and read some tutorials about how to use a DSLR and now want to start a knitting and photography segment. Here's the thing: I need a segment title! Enter a proposed title in the comments below for a chance to win a copy of The Market Vegan.
Don't forget! Gynx Yarns is offering 10% off to Subway Knits listeners with the code subwayknits until September 5.
Thanks for listening!
Closing Song: "Feel the Same Way" by Poema via Noise Trade