Max and Bodhi’s Wardrobe by Tin Can Knits – out now! Image Copyright Tin Can Knits.
Hello and welcome to a decidedly low sugar version of the podcast. I hope you are all getting over your Easter chocolate hangovers. Thanks to everyone who has been in touch with feedback following Episode 40, which was an interview with Stephen West.
Edinburgh Yarn Festival has been announced for 2016 and the programme will start on 17th March with the teaching, and the show itself on the 18th and 19th of March (Friday and Saturday).
Tin Can Knits are back with a killer new collection of supremely cute baby wear, with some matchy matchy patterns for the grown ups too. Max and Bodhi’s Wardrobe consists of six patterns, three of which go up to adult size. The first pattern, Playdate, has already been released, with the rest on a two-weekly schedule.
The collection is available now, at $14 for the e-book and $18 + shipping for the print copy plus ebook.
Max and Bodhi’s Wardrobe – Playdate Cardigan. Image Copyright Tin Can Knits.
Kunye is the first pattern off the needles and finished. This was knitted in Five Moons Diana 4ply in ‘Fools’ Gold’, a 50% merino, 50% silk blend, with Miyuki triangle 5.0 beads for the edging.
Edging of Kunye whilst blocking.
Quadratic by David O’ Kelly is finished. This was knitted in DyeForYarn Merino Camel fingering in the colour way ‘Tornado Over London’ and Desert Vista Dyeworks Viso in the colour way ‘Fruits of Summer.’
The Basic Baby Hat by Heather Tucker has been on and off the needles twice for two baby hats for a couple of friend’s babies.
Painted by Louise Zass-Bangham is on the needles. You can find out all about it here. The yarn is from The Golden Skein.
‘Painted’ in BaT’at Hullabaloo from The Golden Skein.
Lapsang by Clare Devine is on the needles again, as a gift for Sam’s nursery teacher. It’s being knitted in Eden Cottage Yarns Whitfell Chunky, 100% baby alpaca.
The Sock Surgery
This week is all about self-striping yarns. If you are easily enabled, you may want to skip through this section.
Clare’s recommendations for self stripe emporiums are:
The Knitting Swede
The Knitting Goddess
Desert Vista Dyeworks
West Yorkshire Spinners
Fab Funky Fibres
Berry Colorful Yarnings
There is a giveaway this episode, kindly sponsored by Tanya at The Knitting Swede. Head over to the Ravelry group and enter in the giveaway thread. Entries close on 19th April.
Join us next time for an interview with Justyna Lorkowska.