On Wednesday afternoon, I drove down to Northampton to tape the new Webs Podcast. It was fun to be in the studio with Kathy and Steve Elkins. They are real pros - they have broadcasted over 300 episodes - taping one almost every week.
Check out their archives - it is amazing to see who and how many people they have featured in the knit and crochet world. The podcast goes live today (Saturday the 14th) - not sure what time - sorry. I brought down a pile of gift knitting PDF projects that are still possible to finish by the big day.
You can buy these patterns via the Webs/Yarn.com website, via my own website or via Ravelry.
Quarters Cap - sized for babies to men. I blogged about this yesterday! Buy on my website.
Heart to Heart Mittens - 4 sizes for single heart from toddler to adult and 2 sizes for more difficult version - Buy on my website.
Santa, Elves, Gnomes, Wizards Trolls, and Leo Tolstoy Felted Wine Topper - free - DOWNLOAD NOW! I'm not sure this link is working. Sorry - I cannot figure out how to make it work. Must have to contact Ravelry!
If you are a Ravelry member, here is the page for the link that works.
If you are not a Ravelry member, you can get the pattern via the Webs/Yarn.com website here.
Knit It Felt It Tech Cosies - 4 sizes and several variations - Buy via my website.
Knit It Felt It Zip It Bags - 4 sizes - Buy via my website.
Farmgirl's Stocking Cap - 2 sizes - great for skiers! Buy via my website!
Felted Pen and Pencil Cosies - great teachers gift - Buy via my website!
Kristin's Colorful Christmas Stockings - One Color Per Round - Buy via my website!
Kristin's Creative Christmas Stockings - Fair Isle - 6 Designs/4 Sizes - Buy via my website!
Have a great weekend everyone! Stay calm. Snow coming here. Hopefully after we get home from the Farmers Market.
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