Vlog Episode 10

We’re sharing our latest projects and updating you shop news. Stuart has been hand-dyeing again with woad, Áine has started a new cross stitch and her first virus shawl. Of course, we’re sharing our latest progress on our current jumper projects! They’re almost complete!!

Content Timings:

00:00 to 6:00 Holiday Chat – Áine chats about Cork.
6:00 to 7:45 Aine’s home sewn knitting project bag out of an old coat. 7:4512:20 The ‘Virus Shawl’ crochet pattern and more holiday chat.
12:20 to 13:55 Áine’s starter cross stitch project
13:55 to 18:00 Shop News and Free Motion Embroidery chat
18:00 to 21:05 Update on our Knits.
21:05 to 23:30 Aine has a question about knitting in the round and cable length – stretched stitches. Stuart briefly explains ‘magic loop method’
23:30 to 26:05 Completed Knit ‘Lola’ Using ‘Berlingo’ Bergere de France by Jan – Thursday Afternoon Woolpatcher.
26:05 to 40:00 Stuart shows off his ‘Lavenham Blue’ hand dyed yarn with woad. Talks about how you dye with Woad now compared to the techniques used in the 16th Century and shows off some local spun yarn from Guido the Alpaca.
40:00 Quick thanks to Sue, our customers and to you, our followers.

Links from things we mentioned in the episode.

Project bag pattern Áine used http://www.robertkaufman.com/quilting… Virus Shawl Pattern Áine used http://24caratcrochet.com/virus-shawl…

The Virus Shawl Youtube Tutorial by Bella Coco: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOQ6G… (There are many tutorials by various people, this is one the best)

Magic Loop Method: Very Pink Knits https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIfc_…

Espace Tricot: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVW2…

Seaspellfiber – dyeing yarn/fabric with natural dyes http://www.instagram.com/seaspellfiber

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