Monday, February 2, 2015

Episode 7: Winter Breeze Pattern Release

Click Here for: Winter Breeze Pattern Download ($4.00 USD)

Show Notes:


Head over to the Purls of Color Podcast group on Ravelry for a chance to win a copy of my Winter Breeze Cowl!


There is also a Valentines KAL  going on in the group. It is from now until February 28th. The winner will recieve a free copy of Linda Rogers' Date Night Cowl!

Rules: Knit one of my Seamless Hearts (free pattern) and post the FO!

Stash Down Update:January

Yarn in:
  • 4 skeins of Chroma Worsted(stashed)
  • 4 Skeins of Bernat Softee Baby: Flannel, Prince Pebbles, Princess Pebbles, and Little trees  (currently being used for designated projects)
  • 2 Skeins of Bernat Satin (to finish log cabin)
  • 2 skeins Patons Classic:Aran and Peacock
  • 2 skeins of Bernat Sheep-ish:Teal and Yellow-ish (yellow used, teal stashed)

Yarn out:
  • 1/2+ of  Little Trees
  • 1/2+ skein of Prince Pebbles (2 baby vertebrae with matching hat)
  • 1 skein Aran(triforce hat)
  • 1/4 skein of Peacock (triforce hat)
  • 1/4-1/2 skein of Yellow-ish (triforce hat)
  • Left over 1/2 skein Malabrigo Worsted Merino in Demasked rose (used up all f my left overs)
  • Left over 1/2 skein Malabrigo Worsted Merino in Apple Cinnamon (used up all of my left overs)
  • Left over 1/2-3/4 skein of Unknown Varigated Worsted (used up all but a couple yards)

I bought several skeins of yarn this month for specific projects (cast on right away or in the very near future). The only yarn I bought with the intention of stashing this month was the Chroma. I love this yarn to make zebras out of. I plan on making up two for upcoming babies. The Sheep-ish was originally bought to use in my bf's hat. After a test swatch I did not like the teal in with the yellow and white and replaced it with the Patons classic in Peacock.

I'm feeling pretty good about this months progress. I stuck pretty much to just buying what I needed for yarn. I do have leftovers from the skeins....however that's to be expected. Sometimes I wish you could just buy what you needed from a skein.

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