17 May, 2017

Episode 260: Frogged


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Episode 260: Frogged 

Weigh in:

Finished:

Simple socks in Arne & Carlos Regia

On my needles and hooks:

Caron cakes knit triangle shawl in Rainbow Sprinkles

Opal Regia Ron colorway

Boot socks online worsted sock yarn 150g skein

Outline by Beata Jezek - started in DK assorted skeins. (Started and Frogged)

Sweaters of knitting past- frogged

Ink, Antler, Boxy, Entangled vines, Old town, Stone Mountain. 

New: Central Park hoodie - no hood, add pockets and length. 

Summer Love Wrap- 


Appetizer:

Kraemer yarns:

Tatamy DK

45%Cotton/55% Acrylic

Available in 25 rich colors

Great for Baby and Child garments

DK weight

3.5 oz. / 100 Grams

Approximately 250 Yards


Kraemer Yarns is a small, family-run company located in Nazareth, PA for over 100 years, and they spin their own line of hand knitting yarns as well as yarns used for apparel, home furnishing, and other industries outside of the knitting world. They source US materials whenever possible. and every yarn they introduce goes through six months of vigorous testing by knitters before it is brought to the market, to ensure that it meets and exceeds customers’ expectations.

Colorway: birch 

Pattern: Cloe Cardigan from Webs by Kirsten Hipsky

Kraemer yarns sent 1000 yards

The Cloe Cardigan from Valley Yarns is an unstructured, one-size, one-piece sweater that lets the intricate lace pattern take center stage. 

Sizes: One Size 

Finished Measurements: 57” bust


Potluck:

All projects talked about are in projects shared on the Ravelry group. 


Grocery shopping:

Gordmans closing. Smaller jeans fit! 

Trip to Ulta or "the mother ship" as Boo calls it

Hair-Deva curl- leaves my air sticky- returned

Living proof- liking it. Not sure if it's better than the Not your mother's products.

Trying Makeup- prefer clean face


Knitted Wit yarn

Mother's Day- flowers and Vera Bradley cross body bag



Mindful moment:

Know your limits. 

Removing Facebook shopping groups. 

Transfer addiction- when stressed, I shop. 

Guilt associated from not helping friends meet goals. 




Recipes:

Internship happenings

Social media & Art show in Traverse City

On campus- Resume class

Interview outfit purchased

Getting Thank you no thank you letters




Health check in: 

Back on plan. 

Books: 

pound of cure by Matthew Weiner

Small Bites: Daily Inspirations for Weight loss surgery Patients 

  by Katie Jay and Julia A F Persing

Protein

Exercise

Water


On the menu:

Tip of the Mitt Fiber fair

Graduation from Baker College

Michigan Fiber Festival

Knittin' in the Mitten 2017

15 spots available: bunk, bring.a.bed, day-tripper(full event), Saturday only. 

Kal/cal. Keep it Simple

Massage spots available on Wednesday 1.5 hour lots


Gadget

Straw



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