Episode 32: Woolly Woolly Sheep Heid


Afterthought Heel Socks by Laura Linneman in Vesper Sock Yarn, Shamrockin’ colorway on US 0’s

Hyla Brook by Paula Emons-Fuessle in Sanguine Gryphon’s (now The Verdent Gryphon and Cephalopod Yarns) Eidos (I think) on US 3’s

Alpaca Merino fiber from Flaggy Meadow Fiber Works

Rambouillet Corriedale cross from Friends in Fiber


Dunkerton Sweet socks by Jen Arnall-Culliford in my hand dyed fingering

Tinder by Jared Flood in Beaverslide Dry Goods worsted in the Argillite colorway on US 6’s

Quaker Ridge Shawlette by Susan B Anderson in Kauni Effectgarn, colorway EFA on US 5’s

Liquid Amber by Stacey Simpson Duke in Freia Handpaint’s Flux Lace, Byzantine colorway on US 2’s


Please tag your projects with “fatsquirrelLokal”

A finished object thread will be open through October 14

Thank you to Cori for adding a skein of Corny Goodness to our peck of prizes!

7 thoughts on “Episode 32: Woolly Woolly Sheep Heid

  1. Cindy

    I enjoy your podcast and hope you will please mention The Calendar of Hope on you podcast. This is our 5th year of publication and in that 5 years we have raised over $5000.
    The calendar contains 14 never-before-published knitting patterns. 

    You can download one of the patterns at www.fitterknitter.com to judge for yourself the quality of patterns.

    All proceeds of the sale of these calendars (except of PayPal fees) go to www.ArmyOfWomen.org
whose goals are
    To recruit one million healthy women of every age and ethnicity, including breast cancer survivors and women at high-risk for the disease.
    To partner with breast cancer researchers and directly participate in the research that will eradicate breast cancer once and for all.
    To challenge the scientific community to expand its current focus to include breast cancer prevention research conducted on healthy women.
    We’ve come a long way in finding a cure for breast cancer.
Now let’s find the cause.
    Thank you,
    Cindy Moore

  2. Brenda

    You are total entertainment. Such talent and humor. You make the knitting between the toe and heel and heel and finishing go so much faster when I am laughing at you. Before I know it, I have many rows complete.
    Thank you.

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