Podcast Episode 21

Episode 21 of the Eldenwood Craft podcast has been published and the following are the notes from this episode.

Thank you for all your support with the podcast, in my Etsy shop and elsewhere on the internet. And thank you to everyone who has donated a prize for any of my giveaways – you’re all brilliant!

Finished objects (time stamp 5min 24s / full details in Ravelry pages link above)
Miromesnil knit from Knit Picks Wool of the Andes in the Dove Grey colourway
Simple Beret – De Rerum Natura Gilliatt in the Nuit colourway

Works in progress (time stamp 11m 54s / full details in Ravelry pages link above )
Akern socks by Yarnia Designs knit from Sweet Skein O’Mine in the Grey Gardens colourway
Pentala shawl by Lina Knits – using Sherry Iris yarn in the Coffee at Luke’s colourway.

Notes & Queries (timestamp 20m 09s )

Prize 1:
Bag from Busy Pottering
Hat pattern – Dainty Dots Hat from Molly Klein Design
Yarn from my stash

Prize 2:
Pebbles and Pathway socks from Hey BrownBerry
Yarn from stash

New socks KAL (use the hashtag #ecnewsockskal on social media)
Runs from now until end of March 2019. This is all about making a pair of socks using a pattern you’ve not used before. No vanilla socks – stretch your boundaries. Or if you are a non- sock knitter make your first pair of socks (these can be vanilla!). Socks should be adult sized. Post chatter and finished objects in the one thread in Ravelry and I will draw a prize after end of March. Oh and no WIPS allowed!

The Make Nine Makealong 2018
2 winners to announce
Q4 winner is announced
Bag and stitchmarkers from TandToast
Yarn from Ducky Darlings

Three who finished their grids and posted all nine objects. Congratulations to Ems Little Nest, Trace44 and Pegmcc (Peggy from Hillsborough North Carolina). See who won the prize on the podcast.

If there is anything I have missed or you can’t find anything do just let me know through the comments, Ravelry or Instagram.
Thank you for watching and see you soon!

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