Thursday, 10 December 2015

little bobbins knits - episode forty two

Thank you so much to everyone who has been in touch over the last few weeks, to the new members of the Ravelry group, to the lovely people who have subscribed on YouTube and the hugest thank you to those of you who are returning to the podcast, it really means such a lot.

I have an obscene amount of works in progress to show you today but thankfully I also have a couple of finished objects too! I have some lovely things to share and I announce the winners of the two giveaways. Is anyone else feeling a little overwhelmed with Christmas knitting?

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Works in Progress

Islington Shawl by Kirsten Kapur from the Loops 10 book.

Gramps Cardi by Tin Can Knits

Slippers for David using the Simple House Slippers pattern from Temple of Knit

My sock yarn blanket is growing

My Doodler by Stephen West has grown a little as my very kind mum has knit a few rows on it for me.

The Ill Advised Works in Progress

3 new pairs of Christmas gift socks have been cast on!!! Oh dear!!

I first used the square heel and gathered toe in the Skeddadle pattern by Lena Gjerald

Finished Objects

Annie's Socks using the Blueberry Waffle Pattern by Sandy Turner

David's Hat using the Turn a Square hat pattern by Jared Flood

Lovely Things

A lovely swap package arrived from Erin of Holland Handmade Co - thank you Erin

Some very fun goodies arrived from Becky of British Bea Knits - thank you Becky

They both very kindly included some lovely things to give away too!

I picked up a ball of yarn from a lovely little shop in Wallingford called 'Made by Raspberry Tart and Friends'

I took a trip to Get Knitted and picked up some more Knit Pro Zings

Podcasts Mentioned

Fluffy Fibers
Holland Handmade
A Homespun House
A Knitters Life
Brownie Knits


I drew for both of our giveaways. Congratulations to the winners and thank you very much to Shadow of Felt Fusion and Sara of Knotty Gnome Crafts for your donations.

Thank you so much for watching

Dani  xx

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