Wicked Fast Worsted Socks – Done in FOUR DAYS. Knit out of Lion Brand Fisherman’s Wool on Us5s/3.75mm needles. These will be either a free pattern on Rav or a recipe on the blog for y’all to adapt if you have a love one asking for socks. I could knit LOTS of these bad boys!
No spinning this week, but I posted Part 3 of the Southdown study, and Part 1 of the Navajo-Churro study on the blog. My goal is to post at least once a week. Subscribe to the blog so you don’t miss a post!
I need to decide whether to keep using the Outright program or if I should try something else. It’s a good program that does *almost* all I need it to, but not everything and will soon cost $10 a month. I have to investigate my options.
I had a 500% growth in my business in 2011; a 200% growth in 2012 will mean I can quit my day job and do fiber full time. There’s no way I could have done this well without all of you. I’m so close to achieving my dream of making a living from my fiber business!! I am astounded that this has happened this fast. THANK YOU.
RANT ALERT! If you hate my rants, fast forward past this section.
when choosing colorway/club names, one can be inspired by a book/movie/etc., but one cannot just decide to use copyrighted material! It is wrong, and what’s more – it’s illegal. Please don’t support people who are making money off of others’ hard work. It’s these sorts of piratical actions that enable legislation like SOPA to get as far as it has.
FIBER! New Southdown fiber will be in the shop next week, in roving and washed lock forms. Both are delicious, smooshy, lofty, scrunchy fibers that you should absolutely try out. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
I bought 100% Alpaca (Cascade) from Halcyon Yarn in Bath, ME. I also bought a WPI tool made by Nancy”s Knit Knacks.
If you want to sign up for a chance at the Trifecta of Awesome Club (all fiber, round two), sign up here by Jan 21st at 11:59pm EST.