June Sisters Audio Podcast, Episode 5: Summer knitting, canning, and reenacting…all in one episode.

Show notes for the November 9th, 2017 Episode

Click on the audio player above to listen!  Time stamps are noted for each section in the show notes.  Feel free to skip to sections that you are interested in.  Links to patterns and other resources can be found by scrolling over highlighted text.

You can find me on social media at the links below:

Instagram @ debihassler

Facebook @ Debi Graham Hassler

Facebook @ June Sisters Knitting

Ravelry @ debihassler

Etsy @ JuneSisters

Email:  debi@erikphotographic.com

Summer 2017 (1:08)

Family reunions, camping, gardening, canning, and FLEECES!




In the Suds



The Drop-Shoulder Cardigan by Amy Hertzog

The Starting Point Wrap by Joji Locatelli

The Tealeaf Cardigan by Bristol Ivy

Selbu Mittens by Skeindeer Knits

Walk in the Woods by Lisa Hannes

The Antler Hat by Tin Can Knits

Sign up today…..Ravelry!!!

Knitting Now


The Selbu mittens…washed and blocked mitten on the left, unblocked mitten on the right.  See what a difference washing and blocking makes?

Skeindeer Knits’ Mystery Mitten KAL

Curious Handmade’s Knitvent 2017


My current sock WIP knit with West Yorkshire Spinners 4-ply BFL wool/nylon yarn.



Gary Lawson Sheep Shearing

Corriedale Fleece:  Purchased at The Booneville Music and Fiber Festival in April 2017




The Present Cowl by Mademoiselle C:  This is an excellent one-skein pattern for handspun yarn.  It produces both garter and stockinette fabric and is a great test of the fabric your handspun can produce.

Lincoln Fleece:  Purchased from The Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial Living Farm in July 2017.




Lincoln Feather and Fan Shawl

Lincoln Cabled Socks:  A simple cable-patterned sock by me!  Pattern coming soon.

#wovember on Instagram



17th Century Clothing Patterns purchased at The Feast of the Hunters’ Moon

What fills my cup


Italian Sausage, Kale, and Tortellini Soup


Larder = A room or large cupboard for storing food.

Mrs. M’s Curiosity Cabinet Podcast:  A wool pantry!!!

As always, thank you for listening and happy knitting!

Music by MaxKo Music, licensed by Envato Market.

(With special thanks and appreciation to my technical advisor, audio repairman, an all-around-good-guy, Eric.)





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