Cultivate and Create: Episode 8

Thank you new and returning listeners!!

Thank you to Jennie of Kitchen Counter Crafter and Jenn of Daizie Knits for their prize donations.

Thank you to all who said hi at Knitting Pipeline.

Shoonanigans (Thanks, Shana!!)

Crabfest 2016!

One of my few Knitting Pipeline photosUntitledCurrently Knitting


    Breakfast of champions. Grandma's homemade cinnamon rolls and coffee out of my mug from @prairiegirlsusie. Knitting on my #thesecondannualdvdmonthlysockclub. #dvdinstagram2016mrsshoo

Something I want: Shard Shawl by Romi Hill


Something I need: revisiting FOtos from Episode 1

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One of my favorites! Untitled

Something to wear: Zig Hat by Sarah Schira (PrairiePoppins) knit by PrairiegirlSusie

Something to Read:

Knitting + Inspiration = Knitspiration KAL

Will draw March 5th when I record. If the thread is open, you can still enter!!

What inspires you? What patterns do you just have to knit now? What yarns do you dream about knitting into something beautiful? Whose projects do you find yourself wanting to imitate? Who posts photos of the most amazing spinning projects on Instagram?Let’s knitspire one another, using #knitspirationKAL16 on Ravelry and Instagram.

  • Choose yarn, fiber, a pattern, or another knitter’s project that inspires you (can also be an inspired WIP).
  • Finish between January 15 and February 29 of 2016.
  • Post one time in the FO thread, but add and tag those knitspired entries as you finish them.
  • Must be at least 50 grams.
  • Must be a member of the group.


2 thoughts on “Cultivate and Create: Episode 8”

  1. I just so enjoy your podcast. I really look forward to each and every episode to find out what you are up to! (sorry about the preposition :)) I especially enjoy you talking about the books you are reading or looking into reading. The reviews or discussion on the book is informative and articulate. Sounds like you found a great fit in your new job! Thanks for sharing with all of us.

    Best Tonya

    1. Thank you so much, and I’m glad to hear the book talk is enjoyable. I love that I can combine two things I love and find “my people” with it.

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