90% Knitting – Episode 356 – I Want to Marl All the Things

Welcome to Episode 356! Thanks for watching! Below, you’ll find show notes with embedded time stamps and links to project pages, patterns, and other things I’ve mentioned. I used non-Ravelry links when possible, but any link preceded by an asterisk means it does go to Ravelry, so be aware of that if Rav is not an accessible place for you.

There were a lot of prize winners announced in this episode! If you were one of them, please get in touch with me with your info either through Rav message or directly through email: [email protected]. Thanks!

Lastly, I’m playing with the order of the podcast…I’m putting 10% at the end, after Shop News. It feels like a better fit there, content-wise, at the moment.


90% – Intro

What I’m Wearing: Antler Cardigan, by Tin Can Knits; Nurmilintu Shawlette, by Heidi Alander.

3:21 – Finished Objects

Sugarplummed Socks, my plain vanilla sock recipe with afterthought heel. US 1 needles.

Yarn: FDW Bounce in Sugarplummed colorway; Merlot mini for heels and toes.

* Project Page: https://www.ravelry.com/projects/fibernymph/sugarplummed-socks

Marled Scrappy Hat – my plain vanilla beanie recipe. US 4 and 5 needles.

Yarn: Mostly leftovers from the indie dyer Advent yarn swap, with a few other random yarns to finish it off.

* Project Page: https://www.ravelry.com/projects/fibernymph/marled-scrappy-hat

8:34 – Works in Progress

Busy Bee Throw (hexi project) – Pattern by Shaina Scott Designs. D Hook.

Yarn: Minis from the indie dyer Advent mini swap I participated in. I’m now doing the border in the From Me To Yarn BFL Sock skein I got in my “Open Your Present Early” package I got from Tomboy Femme Bags in December, colorway, Winter Solstice.

* Project Page: https://www.ravelry.com/projects/fibernymph/busy-bee-throw

Pattern: https://www.knitpicks.com/busy-bee-throw/p/13643D (also available through Ravelry)

Socks for Bill – my plain vanilla ribbed sock recipe. 2×2 rib. US 1 needles.

Yarn: West Yorkshire Spinners 4-ply fingering, Mallard colorway.

* Project Page: https://www.ravelry.com/projects/fibernymph/bills-quacky-socks

De Pijp Cowl – pattern by Martha Wissing. US 6 needles.

Yarn: FDW Holiday Pops Mini Countdown on Bounce. Holding a semi-tonal and a speckled strand together throughout.

* Project page: https://www.ravelry.com/projects/fibernymph/de-pijp-cowl

Pattern: https://www.theknittingcup.com/shop/Martha-Wissing-Designs/p/De-Pijp-Cowl-x42272931.htm (also available through Ravelry)

Weaving – Halloween in January – This is my first attempt at a clasped weft project.

Loom: Ashford 10″ SampleIT Rigid Heddle Loom

Yarn: Fully Spun Postscript DK in Halloween Noodle Soup and Sugar Bombs

The video I used to learn this technique is here:

23:50 – 20 in 20 Prize winner announcements

Prize winners – please contact me either via email at [email protected] or through a message on Ravelry. Let me know your shipping info and/or your prize choice(s)!

37:15 – New Things – 2020 Shetland Wool Week Annual magazine, purchased through The Woolly Thistle. Also, the Lost Words MAL that I mentioned is being run by Sarah of the FiberTrek podcast. She talks about it in this video: https://vimeo.com/478451588

40:35 – Shop News

Backyard Birdwatchers Yarn & Fiber Club sign ups were last Friday and filled up within 12 hours! Thank you!

Monthly Makes winners are announced here. If you are one of them, please contact me either via email at [email protected] or through a message on Ravelry. Let me know your shipping info and/or your prize choice(s)!

I share a general “state of the studio” and what’s coming up in the next couple of months.

51:25 – 10% – Favorite things this week:

Rep. Andy Kim interview on Late Night with Seth Meyers:

The “Wellerman” sea shanty, mash-up version with a bunch of “duets” from the original TikTok video, which I am totally addicted to and would watch for hours at a time if I could.


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

Email: [email protected]

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