Episode 20: The World Didn’t End: Stash is Safe!

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Show Notes: December 22nd, 2012

Thank you to returning viewers and welcome to new viewers.  We love doing the show and love even more the support you have given us in our adventure(s).

Sue a.k.a. Craftyknitter7 on Ravelry

Kari a.k.a. JadedKnitter on Ravelry



Vest for Sue’s co-worker knit out of Bernat Satin in lilac on 3.5mm (US1) and 4.5mm(US7).


Boneyard shawl by Steven West in Sirdar Snuggly and Sirdar Country on size 5mm (US8).

Cunning Jayne Hat by Renee Peterson in TLC Essentials yarn on size 6mm (US10).

On the Needles:

Kari: Kitri Socks by Lisa Grossman with the yarn from the kit she bought from Rhinebeck.  These were knit on 2.5 mm.

Hat with Cascade 128 and Fleece Artist Remnant on 6.5 mm (US10.5)

Sue: Appletini Beanie (no pattern) on ArtbyAna Dreaming DK (no longer made) on size 4mm (US6).

Other Things:

Knitters for Newtown, yarn on sale at Three Irish Girls, they made two special colorways to give 20% of the profit to charities in the town where it is needed for the charities of the families of the lost children and teachers.

Falling Leaves KAL end date is extended until January 14th

Coupon Codes still valid until Dec 31st:

Zig Zag Stitches Coupon Code: TWOTANGLEDSKEINS10 which will get you 10% off until December 31st, 2012.

Craftyknitter7′s Website & Coupon Code TTS10 for 10% off until December 31st, 2012.

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About Jadedknitter

I'm an author, a knitwear designer, a painter, and trying to find my love of the kitchen again. I write romance novels (they're candy, for the brain!) and read mostly history. I love to knit in the evenings curled up with my pug and watching whatever documentary strikes my fancy. My designs are born from a desire to knit something that I can see in my minds eye but can't find a pattern for. My current crop of paintings have been Celtic knots, I've drawn them for years now I'm colouring them in. Who knows what I'll end up doing next!

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