CH 48: Knitting up NORTH

Helen —  October 31, 2014 — 4 Comments
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Curious Handmade Podcast 48

Today I’m talking about our trip up NORTH to the Eden Valley, what I was knitting on the trip and I announce the winners of the Curious Collective DKAL.

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What’s in the WIP

Knitting “up NORTH”

The NORTH UK

Bobble Hats – My free pattern

Easy Bobble Hat Knitting

Dream Big

The last two designs in the Dream Big collection coming out next week will be the Eden Fells Hat and Scarf

Eden Fells Hat and Scarf

The model is the lovely Mattieu and photography by Vicki.

Christmas Gift Knitting ideas

If you would like to get organised and plan your knitting projects for the holiday season you can signup for my free Holiday Knitting planner. You will also be signing up for my mailing list and will get updates for the Knitvent collection and quite possibly some nice discounts!

Some girls cardigan suggestions – 

Sunday Sweater by Ginny Sheller  – suggested by Libby of Truly Myrtle blog

Miss Marple by Nadia Crétin-Léchenne – suggested by marynvoight

Other holiday knitting ideas – 

3 Gnomes suggested by PrairiePoppins

New shawl design by BostonJen from Down Cellar Podcast, the Aila Grace Shawl

As always….don’t forget to play the Instagram game!

4 responses to CH 48: Knitting up NORTH

  1. I’ve had the Sunday Sweater in my library for ages, it’s such a pretty cardigan and would love to knit it for my niece.
    I’ve also been wanting to knit Little Ancolie by Nadia Crétin-Léchenne but will also be adding the Miss Marple after seeing it on here. I like that it’s Worsted weight.
    I look forward to listening to the latest episode, have a good weekend. Deb x

  2. Thank you Helen, for the lovely podcast and the nice little surprize for posting a finished picture in the CCDAL! That was so much fun to knit and looking at all the entries I can understand why you had a hard time choosing! Your patterns have been keeping my needles clicking a lot this year and I was looking forward to Knitvent! Thank you again for such beautiful patterns!

  3. Another lovely afternoon of knitting, coffee, and your podcast. Congrats to the CCDKAL winners! Exciting news about the special gift to those of us who finished. Very generous! Thanks

  4. Thank you again for a fantastic podcast! I really enjoyed listening to you as I tackled my Wip cowel, the first project I’ve done for a long time. All as a result of listening to you! You inspired me to pick up my needles again.
    I can’t wait to check out meadow yarns and choose wool for my next project. 🙂

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