Episode 105: Spring Soul

It was fun to gather a little maple sugaring footage for you all. This process starts with tapping so you’ll have to wait for the boiling stage! This is a process that Rob thoroughly enjoys every year. In this edition, I highlight some more geli printing techniques I learned from Robyn McClendon on her YouTube channel. I also talk about one of my favorite yarns, Foula. As always, many thanks for taking some time be here and for those that contribute financially, I am deeply grateful. I have added a bonus episode over on Patreon highlighting six of my favorite yarns…which I end up labeling my top 5 but, ahem, it’s six šŸ˜‰

You can find my Patreon Page here

Heart of the Forest Hat by Sofia Kammeborne- Croft 29 Hebridean, Old Salte Yarns from the Netloft, AK

Fox Sweater from Kofteboken in Hillesvag Solje & Villje

Baby Cables & Big Ones Too by SuviKnits–Foula DK Mioget

4 thoughts on “Episode 105: Spring Soul

  1. Enjoyed the episode, Sarah! Thanks for the Foula yarn recommendation–I remember watching you knit this sweater, but somehow missed this awesome yarn. I hope spring breaks for you soon šŸ™‚

  2. Ah, the newer way to get sap…I do remember the ‘Old’ way šŸ™‚ I absolutely love the colours you chose for the Heart of the Forest Hat……..Perfect. Your paper workings fascinate me but I’m not going there yet! I appreciate your speaking of the Lost Words and was captivated by Jackie Morris and her art work. Did buy the Unwinding. Your Foula sweater is a treat. Cheers.

  3. Good morning, I’ve watched your episodes for years and I love that you are adding additional makings to the episodes. Especially the multi-media art journals…love all of it! I am just starting to watch Robyn McClendon and I’m already learning so much. Love you and your outdoor adventures. Here’s to SPRING!!!

    • Well thank you! I hope Robyn McClendon has provided some serious inspiration! Playing catch up with all my comments which isn’t such a terrible chore with all the kind thoughts and words. I’m glad you’ve found the additional multi-media exploration interesting. Thank you again for sharing your thoughts.

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