Bonjour/hi and welcome to episode 28 of STV-described ‘very popular’ Tipsy Knits! This episode is chock full of travelling and stash acquisitions, so prepare to be SPAMMED to the max from two different timezones.
On & Off the Needles
Cia has finished both her So Faded Sweater AND a Sunset Highway sweater since last episode, and is now working on her Tits (Vertices) Unite shawl. Meanwhile, Pip has cast off plenty of her projects from last episode; a Sirena capelet and her Nature’s Shades Gamaldags, as well as a Shore Hap, a Sockhead Slouch Hat and a Lichen Hat. She’s about to cast on her own Sunset Highway using some purchases from Perth Festival of Yarn (#PerthCastOn y’all!), in between working on her Hogmanay vanilla socks (a re-cast on of a project she frogged earlier this year).
Right. The hauls.
Just some of the yarn and pals Pip encountered at Perth!
Pip’s Perth goodies include yarn from Lovebugs Yarns, Otherworldly Yarns, TreLiz, Stranded Dyeworks, Rusty Ferret, Gamer Crafting, The Fabulous Mr G, PixelAtlantis, Giddy Aunt Yarns, Doulton Border Leicester flock, Dye Candy, For the Love of Yarn, Grianaig Creations, and Queen of Purls.
When in doubt, take your Oracle shawl to Montreal!
We give a rundown of our travelling antics. Cia chats Montreal, Pip chats Perth. Simple!
Pip living it up in The Knitter Podcast Lounge and representing Tipsy Knits at the Exploration PODKAL Meet Up!
Huge congratulations to Eva and team for yet another fab festival. We can’t wait for 2019!
That’s right. BUDSKAL is BACK- AKA Our Bundled Up, DeStash KAL just in time for winter! TLDR? Knit something that’ll keep you or someone knitworthy Bundled Up (get it?!) using yarn that’s stash for at least 1 month (that’s the destash bit).
Shawls, scarves, cowls, hats, mittens, sweaters…anything that’ll keep you warm and bundled up. No dishcloths, mug hugs, or similar items- though we take our hats off to you if you keep yourself wrapped up using knitted cotton tea towels!
You have from the launch of this episode until 31st December to knit your item(s) and stick a finished object photo in the respective thread in our Ravelry group. Share your progress on social media We’ll announce the winner- or even winners!- in our January 2019 episode.