I’m recording from Australia and working on the Curious Collective 2014 design.
Thank you to my show sponsor:
Juno Fibre Arts is an artisan yarn and fibre company producing a unique hand dyed collection of yarns and spinning fibres for handknits, spinning, felting and weaving. The Juno studio is located in the grounds of an old, working farm in rural Devon, surrounded by British countryside and the range draws inspiration from its stunning pastoral setting.
Juno yarn is dyed in small and exclusive batches and is available in limited editions on the Juno Arts Etsy shop so look out for the monthly shop updates towards the end of each month.
I’m recording from the Sunshine Coast in Australia this week and its the last week of our trip.
Some good Australian TV I’ve been enjoying:
What’s in the WIP?
I’m working busily on designing the Curious Collective 2014 shawl.
I’m nearly finished the design and am hoping to have the pattern released by late August, maybe early September.
You can read all about the Choose Your Tribe theme for the knit along on the blog post here.
To join a tribe just nominate which tribe you would like to join here on the Curious Handmade Ravelry thread.
You can buy the yet-to-be-released pattern here for 50% off:
The Pebble Beach KAL is finished and I announce the prize winners.
The prizes are sponsored by Kettle Yarn Co and Curious Handmade.
If you sign up to the Kettle Yarn Co newsletter you’ll receive a 10% discount off your first order.