Tuesday, 11 November 2014

little bobbins knits - episode nine

Happy tuesday everybody!

Thank you so much to everyone who has been in touch over the last week, to everyone who has joined the Ravelry group and to the lovely people who have subscribed on YouTube.

Thank you very much to Dr. Kelly from the Ewe University podcast, to Tanya from The Sampler Girl podcast, to James from the Dancing Geek podcast and to the lovely hosts Sue, Kari and Lynne from the Two Tangled Skeins podcast for all being so kind and mentioning this podcast!

This week I am still not quite back to my normal self and fear I may have slipped into some sort of time warp. I have a few works in progress to show you and one finished object. I chat about some group news, some mitt-along news, I remind you of our current giveaway and show you how I knit and we draw for a winner of the 'Never Shall Meet' shawl pattern giveaway.

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Works in Progress

Well Dressed Bunny by Barbara Prime in Rowan Alpaca Cotton

Mini Bakery Bear from the Mrs Bakery Bear pattern by Kay Jones in Regia - My First Regia

A Wee Bit Knitty Mystery Socks by Lena Gjerald in Cascade Heritage in the Butter colourway

Sparkly Monkey Socks by Cookie A in Sara's Texture Crafts Sparkle Sock in the Woodland Rose colourway

Exploration Station Mystery Shawl by Stephen West in custom dyed yarn by The Wool Barn

Finished Objects

Little Sockhead hat by Kelly McLure in Rowan Fine Art in the Chiff Chaff colour way with a fluffy alpaca pom pom from Toft Alpaca

Group News

Come and join in with the Christmas Card swap - sign ups are open until November 15th


Prizes from Fondant Fibre, an anonymous friend of the podcast, Emily Levey and Spinning and Stitching

Remember to use the hashtag #lbkmittalong


The Loop giveaway is still open

Congratulations to the winner of the 'Never Shall Meet' pattern by Clothesline Designs

Thank you so much for watching.

Dani x

1 comment:

  1. Loved this episode! The mini Bakery Bear is so sweet! I think a little knit stuffy wearing little knit bunny slippers is about the cutest thing I've ever heard of :-) And you are so adorable that I don't even notice any rambling or out-of-sorts bits; it's just so much fun to grab a little bit of knitting and see what you've been up to each week!