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I share my Lerryn Mittens by Rachel Coopey, knit in Countess Ablaze The English Gentleman DK in Shiver and my Angora Gloves.
Done and Dusted
Cameo by Paulina Popiolek. Knit in Juno Milly Singles in the Peacock and Silver colourways.
Salsa Punis made by Fondant Fibre - 40% Bluefaced Leicester (BFL), 40% Merino and 20% Mohair
Nose to the Grindstone
Tusk Punis made by Fondant Fibre - 50% Alpaca, 30% Bluefaced Leicester (BFL) and 20% Silk and referred to plying up Artist's Palette merino/tencel in Loose Change.
Zuzu's Petals by Carina Spencer in Countess Ablaze Polwarth handspun. I show my project bag from The Silver Shed USA and mention Amy from the Stockinette Zombies Podcast.
Vanilla Zig Zag Socks using Susie White, from Prairie Girls Knit and Spin's Zigzagular Socks cable chart, knit in Countess Ablaze Viscount of Spark in Riots and Revolts.
Textured Shawl by Stephanie Bold in The Knitting Goddess 70% Baby Alpaca/20% Silk/10% Cashmere Laceweight in the Greens colourway.
Maren Cardigan by Ragga Eriksdottir in Istex Lett-Lopi in the 1403, 1404 and 0054 colourways. From the Craftsy Class Top-Down Icelandic Sweater (affiliate link). I mention Southern Girl Knits Podcast.
I plan to knit Corner-to-Corner Throw by Catherine J. Watson out of Rico Designs Baby Classic DK in Purple, Dusky Pink, Anthracite and White. I mention Mando Bug Crafts Podcast.
I talk about a spin using my Christmas gift of Countess Ablaze Superwash Merino in The Debauched and Reckless Style of Living and the added braid of Countess Ablaze Superwash Merino in An Inveterate Dislike of Julia.
Countess Ablaze yarn from The Odyssey Trail. Countess of Mohair in Death Was Quick and Marriage A Painful Matter and Lord of Silk Aran in Few Are The Children Who Turn Out To Be The Equal of Their Fathers.