Episode 35: A Whole Mess O’ Crazy

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I enjoyed meeting Sandy and MariGayle, of Exchange Student in Fiberland and Spartickes Dyes, at the Southern Indiana Fiber Festival this week!

Featured Patterns:

Sails by Danielle Landes

Joanna from Knit Spin Farm is knitting Tiny Jayne Hats by Audrey Helou and there are stinking cute!

Finished Objects:

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

Works in Progress:

Moody Kerchief by Kirsten Kapur in handspun made from a Loop Bullseye Bump

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

Bartholomew’s Tantalizing Socks by Cat Bordhi from New Pathways for Sock Knitters in Yarn vs Zombies Damsel base for Mel’s Sock the Vote

Walpole by Hanna Fettig in Beaverslide Dry Goods 2-ply Sock, Swift Fox colorway on US 2’s

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8 thoughts on “Episode 35: A Whole Mess O’ Crazy

  1. marigayle

    Had fun meeting you this weekend. I’m calling it the Hillbilly Rhinebeck. What do you think?!

    Also, I know everyone is dyeing to see my shop, since the famous squirrel spoke.

    Here’s the link! http://www.SpartickesDyes.etsy.com It’s like the gladiator Spartacus, only my name is ICKES, not ACUS. I’m proud that you pronounced it correctly without even knowing my pun-you know the one that nobody gets but me. I like it, though, so I’m keeping it.

  2. thefatsquirrel Post author

    Oh crud Mari! I’m so sorry I forgot to add that into the shownotes….I’ll go and update the blog post as well!

  3. Sally J

    I was at the Fiber Festival too and I’m so bummed I didn’t get to meet you. My daughter says it’s a good thing because I would have made a fool of myself. Love you! Love your show! Loved your “crazy” story about Smith.

  4. MicheleStitches

    Have you tried “Audacity?” It is a FREE audio editing software available here: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ I can not swear to this, but I am pretty sure that this is the software the marvelous Susan of the wonderful Knitajourney Podcast said she used. Anyway, you can see it’s list of features on this page here…and one of them says “normalize” which I am assuming would help lower your highs and amplify your quieter moments. http://audacity.sourceforge.net/about/features

    Love the podcast, by the way! 🙂

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