lk2g-026 Knitting Journeys

In this episode of our Video Podcast, CAT takes you on her journey through Hamburg, Germany and her experience spinning Qiviut from Greenland.

Shops in Germany:

  • Wolle Laden, stash enhancement: hand dyed and natural Irish Wool
  • Purpur Wolle stash enhancement: Regia Sock yarn and Filatura di Crosa Golden Line Superior Cashmere/Silk
  • Wollboutique stash enhancement: Trekking Hand Art, Austerman Step, Opal

What’s on the set:

What am I wearing:

Upcoming events CAT will be attending:

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Special Thanks to Jane (Lacefreaks) and Connie (Conicuts) for use of their photos for this episode.

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6 Responses to “lk2g-026 Knitting Journeys”

  1. 1 stebo79

    I like your new hairstyle! And have a lot of fun with your “german” wool 😉

    Greets, Steffi
    (always happy to watch new episodes)

  2. 2 nusato

    Good heavens! Your hair is wonderful! I love that color. I also love that Alchemy Bamboo colourway you are using for your Mystery KAL. I’m going to go search for that now.

  3. 3 Marce

    Hi Cat!
    Another great episode – thanks for taking us along with you on your yarn crawl in Germany.
    Shopping for souvenir yarns is one of my favorite things to do with down time during business travel.
    I LOVE your new hair do – it really suits you!

  4. 4 Kimberly

    Your hair is the first thing I noticed-it’s adorable and looks great on you! I live in Berlin, Germany so if you venture out this way again, make sure it’s Berlin so we can meet and knit together. Oh and spin too. :-)

  5. 5 cici

    funny first thing I noticed was your hair and how great it looks, very becoming on you. Thanks for a great episode.. Very nicely, Thanks for sharing with us. I am looking forward to trying the bracelet..

  6. 6 Chanel

    Your hair looks cute. I LOVE that shrug though. I’m definately going to attempt to knit that after the Ravelympics.

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