Episode 27: Holiday Stalemate

December 17, 2011 at 12:15 am 1 comment

Hi and welcome to the 27th episode of Just One More Row! In this episode we discuss what’s on our needles and bobbins, FOs, New in the Queue, Rich Girl, and do an end of the year wrap up regarding our knitting goals for 2011. Thanks for listening!

Deerfield Creations is a little shop based in North Alabama offering handcrafted tools and notions for knitting and spinning. Every piece made at Deerfield Creations is a unique, one of a kind, work of art. We specialize in handturned Tibetan and Russian support spindles, as well as the signature Temple support spindle. We also create nostepinnes, darning eggs, WPI gauges, hand sculpted stitch markers, handspun yarn, and spindle sleeves. We love creating beautifully elegant tools, while sometimes throwing in a bit of whimsey. If you have any questions about any of the products offered in the shop, Lori will be more than happy to help. Shop updates are posted on Sunday afternoons. This holiday season, Just One More Row listeners will be given 10% off of every Deerfield Creations purchase just by entering an exclusive Just One More Row coupon code at checkout.  You can visit the shop at http://deerfieldcreations.etsy.com.

On The Needles/Bobbins/Spindles:
Dana: Deck The Halls socks, Dad’s slipper socks, superwash merino on temple spindle from Deerfield Creations
Brittany: Chris’ stocking

Finished Objects:
Dana: Mochi Mochi Land snowmen, Chris’ stocking, Papaw’s slipper socks, Mardi Gras thick/thin, Mardi Gras nply, swirl BFL (supported spindle) 2ply, Hillary 2ply
Brittany: Cody’s hat, Stormfront Falkland by KnittyandColor (236yds of nply)

New in the Queue:
Dana: Rose by Kamilla Svanlund ($1.50 Rav download)
Brittany:  Mandelbrot by Alexandra Tinsley (free on Knitty.com)
(Link to fractal spinning explanation from KnittySpin)

If I Was A Rich Girl:
Dana: Teeny-Tiny Mochimochi: More Than 40 Itty-Bitty Minis to Knit, Wear, and Give (~$13 on Amazon)
Brittany: Roving from Woolamina on Etsy

Discussion: End of Year Wrap-Up
We go over the beginning-of-year goals we made in January and discuss how we fared.  We’re saving our 2012 goals for next episode, so stay tuned!

Contest Drawing:
We had 110 entries in the contest- thank you all so much for entering! The winner of the Cakewalk Yarns special edition Christmas yarn in Peppermint Bark is NoTailKit, entry #45! Congratulations!

New contest: What was the highlight of your knitting year?
Brittany’s highlight was learning to learn entrelac.  Dana’s was spinning for and then knitting a sweater.  What was the highlight of your knitting/spinning/crafting year?  Go to episode 27’s thread on Ravelry and leave us a comment, and we’ll lock the thread at midnight on December 31 and draw for the winner!  The prize is a learn to spin kit (or supported spindle kit) from Deerfield Creations, like this one:

We’ll announce who won in episode 28! 🙂

In honor of the Holiday season, December is a giveaway month around here! In addition to this episode’s contest, we have coupon codes for you!
GnomeAcres: ONEMOREROW for 10% off everything
Unwind Yarn Company: FREESHIPDEC11 (free shipping to US addresses and half price international shipping, will refund difference on international shipping via PayPal- please put a note in the notes to seller box!)

Contact Info:

Dana on Ravelry: craftygirl83

Brittany on Ravelry: brittanylaine

Our group on Ravelry: Just One More Row Podcast Fans

Email us: justonemorerowpodcast@gmail.com

Follow us on Twitter: @justonemorerow

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Entry filed under: knitting, podcast, shownotes, spinning.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Susan  |  December 18, 2011 at 7:04 pm

    Happy holidays and season’s greetings – whichever flavor you favor – to both of you. I started listening just recently and have become quite a fan of the ‘cast. Your list of regular features is great fun; I look forward to them.

    Best wishes in 2012,

    Susan in Northern CA

    Reply

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