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Happy summer!

Julia reviews the Zombie Knitpocalypse and has lots of enabling!

Stitch marker giveaway here: http://www.ravelry.com/discuss/sticks-and-stones/2971801/1-25

Box bag giveaway here: http://www.ravelry.com/discuss/sticks-and-stones/2971806/1-25

Find the box bags here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/DreamsOfFabric?ref=l2-shopheader-name

Julia’s designs are here: http://www.ravelry.com/stores/wee-sheep-knits

 

Congrats to our May and June WIP KAL winners! PM me with your pattern name.

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Today we’ll leave you feeling minty fresh!  Enjoy!

Join us as we work to shrink Sue’s hat through hand felting!

Projects:

Lindisfarne shawl for the Zombie Knitpocalypse KAL

Spinning Cloud Lover Fiber

Julia’s design sweater/shawl

Sue’s birds

 

Homemade Remedies

In the last podcast Sue showed us some homemade “Neosporin” that she had whipped up. She has such wonderful skills in making things from scratch! Remember the Pomegranite Liquor from Episode 33? Or the frosting from Episode 23? Good stuff!

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I’ve included the link to the neosporin, but we would love to know if you have any tried and true home remedies or recipes to share with the group! Leave us a comment!

 

Join us today as we review the Cooperative Press book, Hat Couture, by Theressa Silver.

Julia’s projects:

Monet’s waterlilies yarn 

Corktown Slouch Hat

Greta

Clara

Sue’s projects:

Home made “neosporin” (see the next post for a recipe!)

Bird Mobile

Room redo

 

We found our embellishments at local craft stores, vintage stores/flea markets and our grandparent’s jewelry boxes. Sue’s hat is made from Lamb’s Pride bulky and was overdyed with food coloring to make it a deep blue/black/purple from it’s original Lilac color. Julia’s hat is made from Cascade Pacific Chunky in navy.

Episode 34- Darning Socks

Get ready to fix those holey socks!

Julia’s FO’s

  • Zilla test

Spinning

  • Custom Warmth fiber

Dying

Sue’s projects

Soap Carving book

Join in on our WIP KAL! Post finished photos here. You must have started your project at least one month prior to entry. This contest runs all year, with drawings held once a month. Please tag FO’s with SnSWIPKAL and you must be a member of the Sticks and Stones Ravelry group. Thanks for joining us!

Julia and Sue chat a lot today about what’s been going on in January and their post-holiday projects.

Join in on the WIP KAL in the Ravelry group. Running a full year, there are many chances to finish up your projects and win some great prizes!