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You can find and join in on Shorty’s Sutures discussions here on the blog, on Ravelry and Twitter, and if you’re on Etsy or Flikr you can join me there, too.
Highlights of Episode 4 include:
- Recap of the beach weekend
- Charity squares and the blocking process
- Ravelry pattern for a 4 x 4 granny square
- Bird Brooches
- Vintage Kitchen rivets
- Lace Bowl
- When I’ve worked up the courage, hopefully before August is over, the Pretty Petals Tank
- All patterns have both written instructions and a diagram
- Stitch dictionary as well as instructions for joining motifs and how to read patterns
- Inspiration and instructions for sprucing up garments already in your closet or for something entirely new
- Stitch Nation Full o’ Sheep yarn, 100% Peruvian Wool, #4 weight/Worsted/Afghan/Aran in both Aquamarine & one in Poppy
- Fluffy Fibers by Isabelle at kittycouture.blogspot.com
- KnitPurlGurl at knitpurlgurl.com
- ManicPurl at manicpurl.com
- Stitch Nation Full o’ Sheep (linked above)
Something exciting going on for the month of July is the Hookin’ Up blog it forward project hosted by Kathryn at Crochet Concupiscence that I mentioned on the last episode of the podcast. She has set up a month long schedule where crochet bloggers will review each other’s Websites; basically she kicked it off with a review of a crochet blog, the person she reviewed mentioned Kathryn as a thank you but also blogged about the next crochet blogger on the list. It carries forward just like that for the entire month. Be sure to check it out. I’m scheduled to report on another crochet blog later this month, so keep checking shortyssutures.com and crochetconcupiscence.com to learn about other crochet blogs out there for you to interact with.
Thanks so much for joining me! Feel free to send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, find me on Twitter or join the ShortysSutures Ravelry group. Until then, keep those hands stitchin’!