Tuesday, 2 May 2017

Episode 60 (parts 1 & 2): YarnderMum is Back (and so am I!)

Welcome to Episode 60 (parts 1 & 2) of the YarnderWoman Podcast. These episodes were filmed on Sunday 30 April 2017 in Perth, Western Australia.



Part 1:


Brooching the Subject:




Finished Objects:
-- See my Ravelry project page for specific details --

  • Homestead Shawl 
  • Harley Quinn socks
  • Junk Yarn socks
  • 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?' socks

Sock blockers generously donated to the podcast by Lumigrafika.



Prizes:

Watch part 1 of the episode to see if you won a prize for either the Pop Culture Craft-along or the quarterly draw for the year-long Charity Make-along!

Thank you so much to our generous prize sponsors:


Sock Knit-along

  • We're knitting socks from 1-31 May 2017
  • See the Ravelry thread for details about rules (there's not many) as well as prize specifics.
Thank you to our prize sponsors:

Sock pattern DISCOUNT CODE:
Clare Devine has generously given us a discount code, valid from 1-14 May 2017, for 25% off any of her sock e-books and single sock patterns. Go to her Ravelry store and use the code ‘yarnderwoman’ at checkout.



Spinning Me 'Right Round:

  • Support the podcast by buying some merchandise from the YarnderWoman Red Bubble store!
  • You get 10% off your first order when you sign up to Red Bubble
  • If you would like an item with a different background colour, send me a direct message on Ravelry and I can set up a listing for you.



 


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Part 2:



Works in Progress:
-- See my Ravelry project page for specific details --

  • Little Boxy (with "design features") 
  • Stripey socks



Acquisitions:

  • I purchased the Stargazer Shawl and Accordian Cowl, both designed by Marsha Ibuki
  • Designer Jenn Sheelan sent me a copy of her "Lil Miss Chelsea Bean Shawl" pattern



Giveaway:

Answer the prompt on the Ravelry page for a chance to win your own copy of the "Lil Miss Chelsea Bean Shawl" pattern. 





Spinning Me 'Right Round

I've been listening to a lot of audio books lately:


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Thanks for watching - happy crafting!