2017 CAWcreations Episode 6: Happy Canada Day

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CAWcreations Episode 6 published on Jun 29, 2017

Podcast about knitting and the books I am reading.
Except this week, I forgot the book. I should not podcast on days I feel ill.

Our baby had her prom and graduation the last couple of weeks. We are so proud of her and our other two children (young adults). What a whirlwind! We are so proud.


1:00 Opal Socks in Flocke made using 2.5 mm (US 1.5) needles kept in my Annie Purl bag.

2:05 Apple Blossom Socks by Helen Stewart using 2.00 mm (US 1) needles in my Tardis bag by Sue from the Two Tangled Skeins podcast. I used a grey glitter mini from Annie Purl for the cuffs. I am not sure but I might use a turquoise glitter also from Annie Purl for the heels. The main color is Lisa Sousa’s 2017 Rhinebeck colourway.

3:10 Ironheart by Tin Can Knits from Heart on My Sleeve Collection using Knit Picks Gloss DK and 3.5 mm circular needle

4:00 Vicky’s Lionheart Quick Knit Afghan using Sweet Roll yarn and a 15mm circular needle

Stash Flash

4:43 Sock blank from Paula at Bayview Fiber Arts in OOAK (blue-green) It is on her Spring Bay Sock Yarn base (420 yards/115g); 80% super wash Merino wool and 20% nylon, 3-ply.

5:30 Montague Yarn Shop purchased Heather (dye lot 6) superwash yarn by Richard Devrieze.

I like your sweater KAL double dip by entering in the CAWcreations Group and the Knitting in Stitches Group on Ravelry.

Victoria’s Graduation and Prom Pictures.

Molly fell asleep as soon as we got in so no videos of her.


You can find me on:
Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/people/Cherylcan
Ravelry Group: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/cawcrea
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cherylcan/?
Twitter: https://twitter.com/cwartman

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