Welcome to Episode 31: Knitting, Life-long Learning, Your Brain: Data from the Nun Project
Brainy Thing starts at: Behind the Redwood Curtain:
What we’re learning from our Knitting
While she’s waiting for her delivery of beads, she’s working on Baby Socks by Bianca Boonstra for the Afghan for Afghans project. The socks are made from Treadsoft Yarns that Catherine dyed with Dharma dyed goods._
She’s also been working up some scrubbies for the Dishcloth group she belongs to. The pattern is _Little Scrubbie by Arctic Trails Abstract and made out of leftover Knit Picks Lindy Chain and AllHemp 6 lux.
Margaret tells the “amazing” story of finding a hand dyed indigo boucle cotton at Amazing Yarns in Emerald Hills, CA. She knit the Miami Vice pattern by 3 bags fulled or Hillary Designs and learned of ways to fix the dye from John Marshall of John Marshall Works in Fabric who was at the Natural Fibre Festival in Arcata in September.
Behind the Redwood Curtain
Knitting Tips (technical problems prevented the recording of this.)