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Episode recorded on March 20, 2015.

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1. MY CUP OF TEA
Élixir des petits lutins by Les Jardins de Gaia: organic rooibos with vanilla and strawberry natural flavours and cornflower petals.

2. A HANDMADE WARDROBE
I am wearing my Cosmopolitan Dress by Hot Patterns. I mention Boeken Stoffen in Amsterdam.

3. EVENTS
3.a. Tea Swap


3.b Gentle Along
Craft something that makes your life more gentle. Cosy socks, a shawl, a blanket, a tea cosy... Does not need to be cast on specifically for this, and multiple-dipping is of course fine. Can be any craft. Let's share ways in which we are mindfully gentle to ourselves. People have been sharing inspirational thoughts and projects in the Ravelry group.
PRIZES:
- One skein of Lambswool and mohair Aran from Gregoria Fibers.
- One braid of BFL and Trilobal from Fondant Fibre in the Happenstance colourway.
- The Tea Collection by Clare Devine: one ebook for one winner, and one pattern for two winners.
- A project bag sewn by me.

4. A BIT OF SEWING
I am making a dress out of Newlook 6643.

I also answer a question from the Suggestions Box thread on Ravelry, on how I tranfer construction marks from patterns onto fabric.

5. A BIT OF KNITTING 

5.a Finished

Vanilla socks for Seb out of Online Supersocke 4-fach, in the shade 1530.

5.b In Progress
Hitofude Cardigan out of Surnaturelle yarn from La Droguerie, in the Ardoise (Slate) colourway.


5.c Acquisitions

One skein of Succulent from Voolenvine, on her Lush base.

6. A BIT OF SPINNING
I've been spinning Fuzzlings from Fondant Fibre. I mention Andean plying.

Friends mentioned:
Mandarine's podcast and website.
Curious Handmade
Little Bobbins
A Homespun House
Tany
Ichigo Abroad
Junkyarn

Credits: Music: Piano Sonata in E-flat Major, mvt. 3 by Joseph Haydn, played by Mario Ajero.

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Naturally dyed yarn by Gregoria Fibers

Episode recorded on March 6, 2015.

Download the AUDIO episode here (48:48).
Watch the VIDEO episode here
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1. MY CUP OF TEA
Nectar Enchanté by Les Jardins de Gaia: organic green tea with peach and vanilla.

2. A HANDMADE WARDROBE
I am wearing my Jalie Sweetheart top.

3. EVENTS
3.a. Tea Swap
Names have been exchanged and packages need to be sent out by March 15. All the details are posted in the ravelry group, and we have started a chat thread. We have also set up a small Pinterest board as inspiration for handcrafted gifties.

3.b Gentle Along
Craft something that makes your life more gentle. Cosy socks, a shawl, a blanket, a tea cosy... Does not need to be cast on specifically for this, and multiple-dipping is of course fine. Can be any craft. Let's share ways in which we are mindfully gentle to ourselves. People have been sharing inspirational thoughts and projects in the Ravelry group.

4. A BIT OF SEWING

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4.a Finished

I made a duvet cover for my daughter out of fabric from Susybee Fabrics.

4.b Future projects
- Project bags
- A dress for me
- The Boardwalk Skirt from Go To patterns for my daughter. It is currently free on Craftsy!

5. A BIT OF KNITTING 

 

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5.a Finished First sock for Seb out of Online Supersocke 4-fach, in the shade 1530.

5.b In Progress
- Second sock for Seb out of Online Supersocke 4-fach, in the shade 1530.
- Hitofude Cardigan out of Surnaturelle yarn from La Droguerie, in the Ardoise (Slate) colourway.

5.c Acquisitions
Sock blockers from Burning Impressions
Hand dyed yarn from Gregoria Fibers, who generously donated a lambswool and mohair skein for the Gentle Along.

6. A BIT OF SPINNING 

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- I re-plied and caked my Juno Fibre Arts yarn named Wishing Tree: 70% BFL- 30% Sparkle. I'm going to knit it into a Stretcher Quaker Boomerang by Susan Ashcroft.

- I spun and two-plied rolags from Sara's Texture Crafts, in the Oslo colourway. My first attempt at spinning woolen.
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6.b Acquistions

Fuzzlings from Fondant Fibre, who also donated a gorgeous prize for the Gentle Along!

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Credits:
Music: Piano Sonata in E-flat Major, mvt. 3 by Joseph Haydn, played by Mario Ajero.

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I have been on such a purple kick lately! I have been creating for a fresh new baby, for my own (not so) little birthday girl, and starting on some new projects. I am so pleased to be managing more frequent episodes at the moment.

Episode recorded on February 19, 2015.

You can also watch this as video.

Here is the direct feed and the iTunes page for the podcast.

I am FluffyFibers on Ravelry and the podcast has a Ravelry group and forum.

I mention Kristin (who dyes the amazing Voolenvine Yarns), who kindly shared with me what microphone she uses on her podcast. I hope that the sound quality is better for you.

1. MY CUP OF TEA
Almond Green Tea by Kusmi.

2. A HANDMADE WARDROBE

I am wearing my new purple Moneta Dress by Colette Patterns.

3. EVENTS
3.a. Tea Swap

Names have been exchanged and packages need to be sent out by March 15.
All the details are posted in the Ravelry group, and we have started a chat thread. We have also set up a small Pinterest board as inspiration for handcrafted gifties.

3.b Gentle Along
Craft something that makes your life more gentle. Cosy socks, a shawl, a blanket, a tea cosy... Does not need to be cast on specifically for this, and multiple-dipping is of course fine. Can be any craft.
Let's share ways in which we are mindfully gentle to ourselves.
A chat thread has been started on the Ravelry forum.

4. A BIT OF SEWING

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I sewed another Moneta dress (pattern by Colette), out of Ponte di Roma.
I made this while listening to the Woolful podcast, which I cannot praise enough.

5. A BIT OF KNITTING 

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5.a Finished

- Lenny by Heidi Atwood-Reeves for my daughter, out of Countess Ablaze BFL Aran in Radioactive Raspberry Jam. - Curly Snake from Susan B Anderson's Itty Bitty Toys. Knit out Crystal Palace Yarns Mini Mochi in colour #106.
- Baby socks with the yarn left over from my DK socks in Adriafil Knitcol (Boccioni colourway).

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5.b In Progress - Socks for Seb out of Online Supersocke 4-fach, in the shade 1530. - Hitofude Cardigan out of Surnaturelle yarn from La Droguerie, in the Ardoise (Slate) colourway.

5.c Future Projects

I placed an order with West Yorkshire Spinners: a ball of DK Bluefaced Leicester from their Country Birds collection (Wood Pigeon colourway), and their Signature 4-Ply in the Pennyroyal colourway. Both are destined to become socks for me.

6. A BIT OF SPINNING 

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- I skeined and set my Juno Fibre Arts yarn named Wishing Tree: 70% BFL- 30% Sparkle. I'm going to knit it into a Stretcher Quaker Boomerang by Susan Ashcroft.

- Inspired by Kristin of Yarngasm/Voolenvine, and Molly of a Homespun House, I spun mini-skeins for a listener of the podcast who is making a sock scrap blanket.

7. SOMETHING NATURAL, SOMETHING SEASONAL
I mention my lemon/orange glass squeezer, and why I have a hot drink with freshly squeezed lemon first thing every morning.

Credits: Music: Piano Sonata in E-flat Major, mvt. 3 by Joseph Haydn, played by Mario Ajero.

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I seem to have been knitting lots of tubes lately! And have been keeping happy with small projects.
Episode recorded on February 4, 2015.

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Complete shownotes can be found here.

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Thanks to Kristin and Dani for mentioning me on their podcasts!

1. MY CUP OF TEA
A green organic Earl Grey, by Les Jardins de Gaia.

2. WHAT I'M WEARING
Lala's Simple Shawl out of Katia Sulka, layered over my red Moneta Dress by Colette Patterns.

3. TEA SWAP
Brilliantly imagined and organized by knittinluv on Ravelry.
Sign-ups until February 11 (NOT 15 as said in the podcast!).

Send a minimum of 6 tea bags (can be loose tea that you package in tea bags), along with a little handcrafted tea-related item, and a note explaining your own little tea idiosyncrasies. All the details have been posted in the ravelry group, and we have started a chat thread.
We have also set up a small Pinterest board as inspiration for handcrafted gifties.

4. A BIT OF SEWING

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 I made Simplicity 2946 out of a floral corduroy to make birthday dresses for my daughter and her doll.

5. A BIT OF KNITTING 

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5.a Finished

- Legwarmers out of Adriafil Knitcol in the Beethoveen (62) colourway.
- Socks for me out of Adriagil Knitcol in the Boccioni (66) colourway.

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I mention West Yorkshire Spinners, especially their Country Birds collection in fingering and DK weight. I am also quite enamoured with their solid sock yarn in the Pennyroyal colourway.

5.b In Progress

- Lenny by Heidi Atwood-Reeves for my daughter, out of Countess Ablaze BFL Aran in Radioactive Raspberry.
- Curly Snake from Susan B Anderson's Itty Bitty Toys. Knit out Crystal Palace Yarns Mini Mochi in colour #106. Yarn was bought from Annette Petavy, who hosts one of my favourite podcasts (in French), Mon crochet et moi.
I cast this on as part of the Little Along hosted by Dani of Little Bobbins Knits.

5.c Future Projects

- Cardigan for both me and my daughter, out of the Surnaturelle yarn that I got from La Droguerie for Christmas. My cardigan is going to be Alecia Beth by Justyna Lorkowska.
- Socks for Seb out of Online Supersocke 4-fach, in the shade 1530.

6. A BIT OF SPINNING 

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- I just finished spinning and plying a Juno Fibre Arts braid named Wishing Tree: 70% BFL- 30% Sparkle.I'm going to knit it into a Stretcher Quaker Boomerang by Susan Ashcroft.

- My daughter spun on her merino fibre, which she intends to knit into a hat!

Credits: Music: Piano Sonata in E-flat Major, mvt. 3 by Joseph Haydn, played by Mario Ajero.

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Sharing the creations that have kept me together these past few weeks... Both in video and audio this time! And with a little tea swap that is sure to brighten the weeks to come.
Episode recorded on January 21, 2015.


You can watch the video here.

I am FluffyFibers on Ravelry and the podcast has a Ravelry group.

Kristin , Maria and Dani have inspired me to do a video episode.

The video/audio gets slightly out of sync after a while. I tried for a long time to fix it, with no success. Next time will be better I promise!

TEA SWAP announcement!
Brilliantly imagined and organized by knittinluv on Ravelry. All the details have been posted in the Ravelry group.

1. A BIT OF SEWING
I am wearing Newlook 6615, which I made in 2005.
I mention the Clothkit Dress (and matching skirt for me) that I made in 2013, and the aprons that I made last year. I just cut out Simplicity 2946  out of a floral corduroy to make Birthday Dresses for my daughter and her doll. The pattern was sent to me by Helen.

2. A BIT OF KNITTING 

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2.a Finished

Cardigan out of my handspun for SPAKAL: Metro by Connie Chang Chinchio. Woolful and KnitBritish are podcasts (and websites) that emphasise the reasons why we should be more mindful of our fibre choices.

I mention my daughter's Manteau de Lutin.


2.b In Progress

- Legwarmers out of Adriafil Knitcol in the Beethoveen (62) colourway.
- Lenny by Heidi Atwood-Reeves for my daughter, out of Countess Ablaze BFL Aran in Radioactive Raspberry.


2.c Future Projects

- Cardigan for both me and my daughter, out of the Surnaturelle yarn that I got from La Droguerie for Christmas. My cardigan is going to be Alecia Beth by Justyna Lorkowska.
- socks for Seb out of Online Supersocke 4-fach, in the shade 1530.
- socks for me out of Adriafil Knitcol (and I meant the Boccioni colourway, #66, not Boccaccio as I say in the podcast!).

3. A BIT OF SPINNING 

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- I plied the merino braid from Countess Ablaze in Northern Lights.
- Currently spinning a Juno Fibre Arts braid named Wishing Tree: 70% BFL- 30% Sparkle. I'm going to knit it into a Stretcher Quaker Boomerang by Susan Ashcroft, which was gifted to me by a VERY lovely listener. :)

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Spinning Acquisitions:

I purchased rolags and batts from Sara's Texture Crafts, which are gorgeous - Malachite marl batts, Sea Foam Shantung batts, and Oslo rolags.

I forgot to mention that Sara very kindly added several tape measures (both in inches and centimetres) as a gift, knowing how much I enjoy sewing!

Credits:
Music: Piano Sonata in E-flat Major, mvt. 3 by Joseph Haydn, played by Mario Ajero.
Picture used for the announcement is Summer Afternoon (Tea in the Garden), by Theo van Rysselberghe (1901).

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A recap of my sewing, knitting and spinning adventures in 2014, and gentle goals for the new year. Episode recorded on January 3, 2015.

I am FluffyFibers on Ravelry and the podcast has a Ravelry group and forum.
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1. A BIT OF SEWING 

In November I made a couple of ring slings for the Playful Tot and my daughter.
Patterns I made this year were by
Deer and Doe, By Hand London, Colette patterns.

I mention the Raglan Pocket Dress and Minimalist Dress by Brindille et Twig.

2. A BIT OF KNITTING
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2.a Finished
- Finished projects for 2014.
-
Manteau de Lutin, AKA Lavanda jacket by Elena Nodel, for my daughter. I made the long, hooded version, in size 4 Y. The yarn is Basic Sport by Katia.
- Snappy Hat by Corinna Ferguson. Out of Online Divano.

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- Bluebirds of Happiness: 1 one for our tree out of leftover red yarn and 2 out of Soft Payette for my sister and my friend Sylvie.

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2.b In Progress

- Cardigan out of my handspun for SPAKAL: Metro by Connie Chang Chinchio.

2.c Future Projects

- Lenny by Heidi Atwood-Reeves for my daughter, out of Countess Ablaze BFL Aran in Radioactive Raspberry.
- Cardigan for me, OR for both me and my daughter, out of the Surnaturelle yarn that I got from La Droguerie for Christmas.
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I am considering making Alecia Beth by Justyna Lorkowska.
I mention the crocheted pullover I made out of the same yarn, and the Vitamin D cardigan.

3. A BIT OF SPINNING 

- I finished spinning The Fifth Queen, out of the Catherine Howard fibre blend by Hilltop Cloud.
- Jacey Boggs Faulkner's Craftsy Class: Drafting from Worsted to Woolen is an excellent new ressource if you're learning how to spin.
- I have been spinning a merino braid from Countess Ablaze in Northern Lights.
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4. SOMETHING NATURAL, SOMETHING SEASONAL

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My daughter and I created salt dough ornaments for our tree, for a simple, fun, and hassle-free Christmas season.

Credits: Music: Piano Sonata in E-flat Major, mvt. 3 by Joseph Haydn, played by Mario Ajero.

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1. A BIT OF SEWING (03:21)

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Quick, phone picture of my Pavot Coat

(with my Damson Shawlette out of Malabrigo Sock in Abril)

1.a Finished:

- Pavot jacket by Deer and Doe. 

My tutorial on how to make and sew a lining to a jacket/coat

Threads tutorial.

I mention Claire Shaeffer's Couture Sewing Techniques, and Tany's blog.

- Matching gifties for my daughter and the Playful Tot (to be shared next time).

1.b Upcoming projects:

- Another Moneta dress, also by Colette

- I also mention the Cosmopolitan Dress by Hot Patterns. I made mine back in 2010 (not 2009, as I say on the podcast).

- Dahlia dress, by Colette Patterns

2. A BIT OF KNITTING (24:26)

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Lavanda WIP - not the most up-to-date as it is now at knee length but I liked the light in this picture.

2.a Finished

Curious Collective Shawl by Helen Stewart of Curious Handmade, out of Lang Yarns Merino 150.

I realized while writing up the shownotes that I had actually already finished this at the time of the previous podcast! I decided to keep the segment in nonetheless in order to mention the Knitvent collection.

2.b In Progress

- Cardigan out of my handspun for SPAKAL: Metro by Connie Chang Chinchio.

- Lavanda jacket by Elena Nodel, for my daughter. I am making the long, hooded version. Forgot to mention the yarn - it is Basic Sport by Katia.

2.c Future Projects

I plan to participate in the Selfish Single Skein Along organised by A Playful Day.

Planning to knit a small Daybreak out of my handspun and Malabrigo Worsted in Parisian Night.

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Left: Malabrigo Worsted in Parisian Night; Right: handspun from a Juno Fibre Arts BFL braid

3. A BIT OF SPINNING (40:00)

I spun just a little bit more on my Catherine Howard fibre blend by Hilltop Cloud.

4. A QUESTION ANSWERED (41:47)

My humble two cents on a few things to consider when purchasing a sewing machine.

I mention the établissement Lefebvre, avenue de la République in Paris, where I bought my Brother sewing machine, serger and coverstitch. I just realised online that the Lefebvre family has since retired and the store was taken over by a new team, so I cannot vouch for their service. Besides the Brother brand they now stock Elna and Babylock, which are both excellent brands http://www.coudre-paris.fr/magasin/magasin_de_paris 

I also mention http://stecker.be/

5. HAPPY THOUGHT INDEED (57:34)

Colette Patterns are launching an online magazine, Seamwork.

I was finally able to visit L'Oisivethé during a trip to Paris.

6. INSPIRATION (1:05:12)

My friend Sylvie has started a podcast in French about sewing, knitting and tea.

I give a shoutout to the very wonderful Yarniacs.

Credits: Music: Piano Sonata in E-flat Major, mvt. 3 by Joseph Haydn, played by Mario Ajero.

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Episode 19

I am FluffyFibers on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Ravelry, and the podcast has a Ravelry group and forum.

Blog can be found at http://kittycouture.blogspot.com

SHOWNOTES

1. A BIT OF SEWING (04:32)

Project bag for a friend

1.a Finished:

- Moneta Dress by Colette Patterns.

- Knitting project bags for two friends.

Project bag for a friend

1.b Upcoming projects:

- Pavot jacket by Deer and Doe. Out of a purple cotton gabardine. I got a lighter purple polka dot for the lining

- blouse and/or dress for my daughter

- lightweight quilt for my daughter

2. A BIT OF KNITTING (13:12)

Curious Collective Shawl

2.a Finishes

Curious Collective Shawl by Helen Stewart of Curious Handmade, out of Lang Yarns Merino 150.

2.b In progress

Cardigan out of my handspun for SPAKAL: Metro by Connie Chang Chinchio.

3. A BIT OF SPINNING (17:59)

Murmure handspun

'Murmure' Merino from Alysse Création

- I plied the singles from the 200 grams of a tonal pink merino from Alysse Création, pictured below.

- Spun and Navajo-plied some BFL from Juno Fibre Arts.

- Started spinning on a braid of Catherine Howard fibre blend by Hilltop Cloud.

- I am liking this gauge measuring tool from Hilltop Cloud (mine is in cherry veneer).

- Thread on the forum on using your handspun.

First try at Navajo plying

Navajo Ply - fibre from Juno Fibre Arts

4. HAPPY THOUGHT INDEED (29:09)

5. A BIT OF READING (31:52)

Verlaine, 'Chanson d'Automne':
Les sanglots longs
Des violons
De l'automne
Blessent mon coeur
D'une langueur
    Monotone.
Tout suffocant

Et blême, quand
    Sonne l'heure,
Je me souviens
Des jours anciens
    Et je pleure;

Et je m'en vais
Au vent mauvais
    Qui m'emporte
Deçà, delà,
Pareil à la
    Feuille morte.

I found some rather nice rhymed English translations here.

Credits: Music: Piano Sonata in E-flat Major, mvt. 3 by Joseph Haydn, played by Mario Ajero.

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Episode 18

Fireflies Rising Shawlette
Fireflies Rising by Curious Handmade, out of Kettle Yarn Co Islington in Chambray.
 

Complete shownotes at http://kittycouture.blogspot.com/2014/09/fluffy-fibers-episode-18.html

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Ravelry group and forum for the podcast.
iTunes page for the podcast.
The show now welcomes sponsors for giveaways, reviews, etc..

1. A BIT OF SEWING (02:50)

Jorna Tunic
 Jorna Tunic

1.a Finished:
Jorna Tank Dress in the tunic length, designed by Jenna Brand, out of Perfect Pattern Parcel #3 (also available separately on Craftsy).

1.b Upcoming projects:
- Pavot jacket by Deer and Doe. Out of a purple cotton gabardine bought from Ma petite mercerie. I mention my purple coat with a silver lining - although I should also have mentioned my red maternity coat from 2011.
- blouse for my daughter
- lightweight quilt for my daughter

2. SUMMER SEWALONG (9:26)

PRIZES:
- Onion patterns kindly provided by Maria Denmark: Onion 2017 tunic, 1032 jacket and 2009 dress, all for one winner. Winner is HelenSewStylish for this linen skirt
- Two winners each won one pattern of their choice from Aesthetic Nest on Etsy. Winners are Tini for these beach bags and Speattle for this swimsuit.
- One post randomly selected from the chat thread on Ravelry to win a set of handmade kitchen towels by our very own Speattle on Ravelry. Winner is JennyAnne.

3. A BIT OF KNITTING (17:20)

3.a Finishes
- Socks for me out of Biscotte & Compagnie Felix Autorayante yarn in the Cupcake colourway. I'm using Susan B. Anderson's recipe.
- Fireflies Rising Shawlette by Helen Stewart of Curious Handmade, out of Kettle Yarn Company Islington in the Chambray shade

3.b In progress
Tube socks for my daughter, out of Biscotte et Cie Cupcake yarn.

3.c Future projects
- Curious Collective Shawl by Helen Stewart
- Cardigan out of my handspun for SPAKAL. Dithering between Metro and Twigs and Willows.

 4. A BIT OF SPINNING (32:02)

Wildflowers - Fleurs des champs
Wildflowers handspun - fibre from Juno Fibre Arts

- I finished spinning and plying some Juno Fibre Arts superwash merino-nylon, pictured above.I called it Wildflowers - Fleurs des champs
- I just finished spinning the singles out of 200 grams of a tonal pink merino from Alysse Création,

5. QUESTIONS ANSWERED (39:00)
I answer a request for tips on shopping for fabric.
I mention my post on Shopping for fabrics, yarn or embroidery notions in Paris.
I also mention Le Grand livre de la couture, edited by France Loisirs.
Websites mentioned: fabric.com , Pattern Review.

Credits: Music: Piano Sonata in E-flat Major, mvt. 3 by Joseph Haydn, played by Mario Ajero.

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Episode 17

I talk about a few sewing projects, having a significant knitting finish, completing Tour de Fleece and then spinning some more; I share a few happy thoughts related to our upcoming holidays, and my recipe for a healthier alternative to Nutella.

Shownotes are here: http://kittycouture.blogspot.com/2014/08/fluffy-fibers-episode-17.html

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