Episode 10: Friday, May 11, 2018
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Our wonderful guide at Edinburgh Castle who told us, “Get yer skates on and let’s get crackin’!”
In the Suds (1:58)
Clay’s birthday socks in Paton’s Kroy Sock in the Blue Marl color way using my favorite vanilla sock recipe.
My Winter Rose Socks from Curious Handmade’s 2018 Handmade Sock Collection, knit in Malabrigo Sock in the Rayon Vert color way
Roxanne Richardson’s YouTube channel Rox Knits
My Magnolia Socks from Curious Handmade’s 2018 Handmade Sock Collection, knit in West Yorkshire Spinners Signature 4-ply in the Cherry Drop color way.
An emergency cast on! The Hermione’s Everyday Sock by Erica Lueder knit in West Yorkshire Spinners Signature 4-ply.
A handspun Boomerang Shawl from my stashed handspun yarn: Cabo Merino from Ashland Bay and Grey Corriedale from my first fleece.
Knitting Now (8:30)
Handmade pillowcases for three very special sisters.
The Crafty Gemini How to make a pillowcase- Burrito/Sausage/Roll Up Method.
A leather dpn case designed and handmade by Chief. Happy birthday to me!
Freshly washed Wensleydale locks.
Our Trip to Scotland (16:33)
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My Haldane Hebridean is home in Indiana and spinning fiber from a Wensleydale fleece.
Tea in St. Andrews.
Tif’s tea cozy.
My tea cozy.
My recipe for a tea cozy.
Thank you so much for listening!
Many thanks to my ultimate enabler and constant encourager, Chief, who helps me schlep spinning wheels across the world.
Music by MaxKo Music, licensed by Envato Market.
“Wee Casino” by Calum Macphail.