Tag Archive for 'clapotis'

lk2g-089 Stacy Charles Interview

In this latest episode of our knitting web video series/podcast we chat with Stacy Charles, co-owner of yarn distributor,  Tahki Stacy Charles, Inc. Stacy tells us how he got started in the industry and what kinds of lovely yarns and patterns have come out for fall and winter Takhi, S.Charles Collezione, Loop-d-Loop and Filatura di Crosa.

On the set at Tahki Stacy Charles:

On the set from Yarnmarket:

What I am wearing:

Special Thanks to Stacy Charles!

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lk2g-030 Rhinebeck 2007 Chapter Three

In this episode we continue our epic at 2007 NYS Sheep and Wool Festival in Rhinebeck New York.

What’s in this show:

  • CAT’s fiber shopping
  • Sheep to Shawl
  • Llama and Alpaca
  • Interview with Diane and Tom Golding of Golding Fiber Tools

What I am wearing:

What’s on the Set:

lk2g-028 Sock Wars III continued

In this episode of our video podcast, we continue CAT’s adventure in the Sock Wars III experience!The first rule of Sock Wars is to talk about Sock Wars (so here we are!)

The rules of engagement: Kill your target by knitting a pair of socks before your assassin kills you.

See more at Sock Wars on Ravelry

What’s on the set:

What am I wearing:

  • Los Manos Locos! Crazy Toe up Monkey Socks in hand spun yarn from Susan’s Spinning Bunny Superwash Merino/Tencel fiber. Completed May 2008. See close up in the gallery
  • Top down cardigan (my own design based on SpinCraft pattern) completed June 2007 knit from hand spun yarn spun from Miss Lime’s Springtime fiber from episiode 12
  • Detonation Socks completed May 2007 (pattern from Sock wars)
  • Drop stitch ribbon knit jacket made with Katia Chic ribbon yarn. Knitted sleeve to sleeve of my own design. Completed Spring 2004.
  • Scarf made with railroad ribbon, completed Summer 2004

lk2g-023 Rhinebeck 2007 Chapter Two

In this latest installment of our epic at 2007 NYS Sheep & Wool we take you to the after-parties from Saturday night after the festival closed for the night.We visited with Margrit Lohrer from Morehouse Merino at her store Sheep’s Clothing.After that we visited the Ravelry Rhinebeck party at Riccardi’s Hideaway in Kingston.

What I am wearing:

On the set:

lk2g-022 Rhinebeck 2007 Chapter One

Our next installment of our epic at the 2007 NYS Sheep and Wool Festival in Rhinebeck, NY. In this episode of our video podcast you will see:

  • A Felting demonstration
  • The Angora Goat Show
  • Canine Frisbee

Plus, we stopped by the Blogger / Ravelry meetup and spoke with:
Cathleen Jackson, Shannon and Stephanie from SSK Podcast, Karen from FootHills Folly, GlennaC from Knitting to Stay Sane, Sahara from Sistahcraft, Jeri from Jerri Rigged, Monica Tate from CallingKahlo, Carolyn from See Kay Crafts, Heather Sparks from SparkCrafted, Coleen from SubwayKnitter and Lise from KnittingRose

What I am wearing:
Clapotis made with Noro Silk Garden in color #211 (Yes I finished it!)

Music in this episode:
Marriott Jazz Quintet – On the Sixth Day

lk2g-021 Rhinebeck 2007 Preface

In this first of a multipart series on the 2007 NYS Sheep and Wool Festival, you’ll go on a journey with CAT as she enters the Rhinebeck handspun knitted garment competition.

What I’m wearing/carrying

Special thanks to Bob Davis from Rhinebeck Sheep and Wool Festival!

Music in this episode:
Marriott Jazz Quintet – On the Sixth Day

lk2g-018 UnFinished Objects

In this episode of our Video Podcast, CAT walks you through her UFOs. You’ll see just how much was hiding in her stash.

What’s on the set:

Special thanks to the following Ravelers for use of their Clapotis photos:

lk2g-006 NYS Sheep and Wool Festival, Pt. 2

This episode is the second part of our field trip at the 2006 NYS Sheep and Wool Festival in Rhinebeck, NY.

In this episode, we went to a sheep auction and met with:

What am I wearing?:

  • See episode 5 – “bs” asked for the pattern so I offer it out to all of you. You can find it in the comments for Episode 5.

We apologize for the delay in getting this episode out to you all. Immediately after posting Episode 5, we packed up and traveled down to Baltimore for Stitches East (a future episode) and this trip took away from working on getting Episode 6 edited and posted.

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