In Episode 71, Greg and Pam discuss not fishing, not knitting, and not getting drafted.
Special thanks to Kim for the intro!
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- Greg is still working on a gramps cardigan, pattern by tincanknits. He is using Berroco Vintage. He just needs to finish the finishing work and get some buttons.
- Greg also finished a small cross-stitch kit. It’s a chocolate soft serve ice cream emoji.
- Ten Mile Fiber is a farm with a small mill and they process not only their own farm fiber, but also that from neighboring farms. Check out their beautiful fiber!
- The weekly FiberCrafty newsletter always has a list of current coupon codes! And other fun stuff. Pam writes it, it’s good. You should subscribe.
- We discussed Leaflet #20, pages 98-101 featuring the Kangaroo Pouch Sweater! Next up, Leaflet #21, pages 102-107.
Current/Upcoming Unraveling Events
- Pam met up with Jan of the Twinset Designs podcast and had a delightful time.
- There is a wonderful article about the woman who knit the sweaters for the new movie Mr. Rogers movie, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.
- And, here you can find a pattern to make your own.
- And, Tom Hanks is related to Fred Rogers.
- Pam also mentioned the Enneagram workshop she attended. Her friend who is an Enneagram instructor, recommends this online test if you are interested. (There are lots of free ones but if you don’t get a clear type a paid one might be worth it.)
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