A new series begins with a brand new theme, and a brand new sweater. Manifestos galore, and the world’s longest knitting project.
Zitron have done it again with Zauberball Crazy. View the colors here, then ask for it at your LYS.
Annie Modesett doesn’t seem to have the description of the Slipped Stitch edge on her site anymore (correct me if I’m wrong) but there’s a good description of her technique (fully credited) here.
What knitting thing would you like to learn? Go here and tell me. Then come back.
See the results of Brenda Castiel’s Super Slow Sweater Project here.
The Koigu wrap I talked about in the podcast has been identified. It’s the Colourflow Wrap, designed by Christa Giles.
Join Madame Pamita and friends in London, or Sheffield, for an evening of Music and Prognostication. (Her touring schedule may be found in The Salon. I’ll be at one of the last two shows in London in May. Details to follow.)
And, just in case you were wondering, Atlantisite looks like this.
See you next week!
KniTunes were provided by and used with the permission of:
- Audrey Auld – Love You Like the Earth (US/UK)
- Josh Ritter – Come and Find Me (US/UK)
- John Jackson – Green (US)
- Madame Pamita – Do Whatever You Please (US)