Sunday, March 23, 2014

Episode 84: Do You Like Socks?

Steph is the Knittingsamurai on Ravelry and Instagram. There is Ravelry Discussion Group for this podcast Knitting Samurai Plus 1 please join! Feel free to start any topic you’d like in there. 

Wordpress: http://knittingsamuraiplus1.wordpress.comwill have the 10 most recent episodes, and feed them to Itunes.

Blip and Blogger: will have the entire back catalog available for viewing in the Blip player, not on iTunes.

If you want to catch up on the episodes released prior to this, you can either go way back and check out the 33 episodes of the Expectant Knitter at

 Or you can go part way back to the beginning of the Plus 1 adventure, that started with Ro’s birth. Episode 1 is available here… the Knitting Samurai Plus 1 Episode 1.
Knitting Time:

Steph's wearing... Hitchhiker Shawl by Martina Behm in  Desert Vista Dyeworks Zien in color I Could've Been A Super Hero using all 438 yards with US size 4s 3.5mm needles.

Sugared Violets Socks in Knit Picks Felici in Sugared Violets color. Knit on US size 0s - 2.0mm needles. 2x2 rib. Following LaLa's After Thought Heel Pattern. Sock Classifieds for JKelly70.

Socks for Dad in Regia Snowflake Colors color way 7709 using US 0 - 2.0mm needles for a  2x2 Rib. Blips of color, not fair isle effect or a colorwork effect of any sort to my eye.

Bag is

Opal Socks I love: in Opal 4-Fach colorway 7126 Maurer using US size 0s -
mm needles for a 2x2 toe up Rib.  32sts cast on for the toe.

 The 2nd Twin's T-Shirt Vest by Sam Lamb for Jackie's little ones. Using Into the Whirled Uluni in the Courtly Frogs colorway and Louet Gems Sport Weight in Green Jay colorway. Not a fan of them together. US size 7s - 4.5mm needles.

Vivid by TinCanKnits with Berroco Vintage in US size 7s, 4.5mm needles. Finished 13th Orange Square.

Sockhead Hat! with Rhinebeck Yarn! double intention. Sockhead hat by Kelly McClure using Into the Whirled Ulundi Yarn in the October 2013 Club Colorway 221B. Using US size 2.5 - 3.0mm needles. We'll see.

Questionable Socks?

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