90% Knitting – Episode 343 – In the Fishbowl

Thanks for tuning in to this episode! I’ve included full show notes with timestamps below. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them here in the comments, or you can access the episode thread on Ravelry if that’s an option for you.

Please note that links below in the notes marked with an * go to a Ravelry page. Links marked with ** go to Amazon, however I am not currently an Amazon affiliate.


90%:

Intro

5:19 – Finished Objects

Shortie Socks – Plain vanilla sock with heel flap and gusset. Made with leftovers of FDW Linnaeus in Gilded Moss and the variegated version of Don’t Tell Him it’s a Rainbow. US 1.
* https://www.ravelry.com/projects/fibernymph/random-shortie-socks

Basic Bralette – Basic Bralette, by Regina Weiss.

https://moralefiber.blog/2019/07/17/basic-bralette-pdf-and-pattern-sale/
I used Valley Yarns Hawley, Crushed Velvet colorway. D hook.
* https://www.ravelry.com/projects/fibernymph/basic-bralette

Funky Fringe-y Cowls – This is a pattern that I’ll be publishing soon. Yarns I used in my four versions were mostly leftovers of FDW Bona Fide DK and FDW Beguiled DK. US6.

This cowl, as written, uses the equivalent of a full skein of DK weight yarn, 231 yards. It can be knit with a multitude of leftovers, a few skeins you’d like to put together, or one skein. The construction is the same now matter how many yarns you use. If you’d like to test knit this cowl for me and could get it done by Sept. 9th, please email me at [email protected].

23: 28 – On Deck

The Mehndi Halter Top
* https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/mehndi-halter-top

I’ll be sewing a pouch for the rune discs I showed last episode. I’ll also be sewing a table top quilt that I’ll be hand quilting with moon phases.

27:29 Stash Dash update

28:20 – 20 in 20 chatter – please remember that you can participate in the 20 in 20 Challenge on IG as well as Ravelry. Use hashtag #90k20in20 with your pictures of 20 in 20 projects on IG and you’ll be entered into the quarterly drawings.

31:26 – 10%

The backcountry motorcycle trip I was talking about is the Mid-Atlantic BDR route: https://ridebdr.com/mabdr/

The books I mentioned in this episode:

Nature’s Garden, by Samuel Thayer
** https://tinyurl.com/y3523bk4

Wild Medicine Herbal Deck
https://tamedwild.com/products/wild-medicine-herbal-deck

Moon Magic, by Aurora Kane
** https://tinyurl.com/y4ygr5de

42:13 – Shop News

We’re in the 3rd Quarter of the Monthly Makes program! If you want to participate but cannot access Ravelry at this time, please email me at [email protected]il.com and we can discuss alternatives to you posting your projects in the FO thread.

Clarification on yarn shortages – I mentioned last episode that there are currently shortages of bare yarn in the yarn supply line. Because I am limited in what stock I can bring in at this time from my suppliers, I’ve subsequently taken down or limited the number of dye-to-order listings I have in the shop right now on my superwash bases in order to better control what I sell and do not accidentally sell something that I cannot fulfill. However, I do still have a good amount of stock on hand in most of my regular bases, so I’m still able to accommodate most special orders! Please email me at [email protected] if you’d like to place an order for something that is not available in-stock in the shop!

Shop Update: There will be a shop update on Saturday, 8/15, at 10 a.m. eastern. I’ll have my new Rain Clouds and Tie-Dye colorways in stock in both self-striping and variegated/semi-solid. There will also be a number of new colorblock yarn gradients in this update, some newly dyed self-striping colorways from my regular catalog, and also a healthy amount of Dyer’s Secret Stash, both OOAKs and “Oopsie” skeins. I’ll have everything listed in preview mode by end of the day on Thursday, so check in to get a preview!


Shop: https://www.fibernymphdyeworks.com/shop/
FDW Blog: https://www.fibernymphdyeworks.com/blog/
Rav Group: https://www.ravelry.com/groups/fibernymph-dye-works
Instagram: @fibernymphdyeworks
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