Episode 13: Sound Works!!

Jumped off my needles: FOs (Finished Objects)

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Needle to needle: Wips (Works in Progress)

Ambershore Shawl by Inese Sang out of JeLaineYarns in the colourways Midnight, Canyon Ridge, un-named speckled on size 3.75 and 4.0 mm (US 5 and 6) needles.

Habitation Throw by Helen Stewart out of mostly my Gingersnapthat advent skeins on size 4.0 mm (US 6) needles.

Granny Stripes by Lucy of Attic24 our of stashed minis on size E 3.5 mm hook.

Swatching:

Jay Sweater by Rachel Brockman out of Cascade 220 Superwash Merino in cream #01 and Iguana #58 on size 4.0 mm and 4.5 mm (US 6 and 7) needles.

Gift Along Winner and FRL Yarns drew new winner

Redrew name as no one has contacted me for both prizes, come see if I drew your post!!

Pop on over to see if you won!!!

In the stash drawer: Acquisitions (Stash)

No new yarn stash brought in!

Create From Stash KAL:

If you have not heard yet, Sam handmemyknitting of Hand Me My Knitting podcast has launched this amazing idea to create from stash in 2020!

I had already planned on using my stashed yarn and patterns this year so she gave me permission to tag along on this journey!

While I am not cutting off buying yarn as I explained in my latest podcast but I am limiting myself as much as possible.

Rules (very laid back)

• Must use 75% of the yarn from stash that you acquired prior to January 1, 2020.
• WIPs are totally allowed!

I will post monthly Finished Objects Threads with challenges that are different from Sam’s.

If you choose to complete the challenge aspect please post your object TWICE for two entries.

Prizes

Prize drawings will happen every month.

Extra Grand Prize

If you post an FO for every single month of the year you will be entered into the grand prize draw.

Monthly challenges:

January – Upload your stash to Ravelry! Take a screen shot and post it twice in the FO thread for two entries.

Ravelry has tons of AMAZING features for logging your stash, providing you pattern suggestions to use your yarn, yarn suggestions when choosing patterns, and it is really helpful in visualizing everything that you have.

Thank you for watching, until next time!!
May the skein never be tangled, and the needles always nearby!

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