I like to listen to podcasts when I am out and about in my car. The news is too depressing, the financial news even worse and I can't bear listening to those talking heads shouting at each other. I always like to check in with Jasmine and Gigi's podcast, The Knitmore Girls. We go way back when we were all knitting at the only local shop around, The Rug and Yarn Hut in Campbell, which has since gone out of business. Here's Jasmine who I have known since she was a teenager. She's now married and expecting her first baby:
They are amazingly consistent, never letting a week go by without podcasting on a range of topics from knitting, spinning, sewing and weaving. Between the two of them they can answer just about any question on these subjects and are always currently involved with a project for all of them. Like all of us, many of these projects are UFO's, but here is a sample of what they have been knitting in the last month:
This is Jasmin's Sothia by Robin Ulrich and I love the ruffles which evidentally took forever but I love the look. Jasmin is also working on the Breezy Cardigan by Hannah Fetig and Gigi is working on Odelia by Julie Weisenberger:
Lots of works in progress: the Rocky Coast Cardigan by Hannah Fetig that Gigi is currently working on:
Jasmin is expecting her baby the end of January so their podcast will be on hold for awhile but they will be at Stitches West with the new baby at the Purlesence booth so you can stop by to meet the newest Knitmore Girl. (yes, it's a girl)
The Sweetheart Pullover is knitting up quickly and I just have the sleeves to work on. Here's the front:
This is from the AslanTrends pattern book Seasons Change. I saw a sample of the Oblique Shawl at my favorite shop in Denver, The Lamb Shoppe and tried it on. I loved the way it fit and it was so soft and warm:
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