Podcast Episode 1: Black Sheep Gathering

July 13, 2018

 It's Up! It's Live! We are so excited to be sharing with you Wooly Ramblings in its new revamped form. For those of you who have been part of our journey for awhile you will know that Wooly Ramblings was the name of our blog, which was started back in 2010. Since knitting podcasts are all the rage we decided to jump on the bandwagon. Bear with us as we figure out all the tips and tricks of video podcasting as well as just relaxing when talking to a camera, you will never know how unnatural it feels until you try it! 

 

Finished Objects:

 

Boyfriend Basket Weave Scarf by Nancy Queen & Mary Ellen O'Connell

Men's Crew Cap by Nancy Queen & Mary Ellen O'Connell

 

Works In Progress:

 

Elven by Angela Tong

Jane Bennet Socks by Rachel Coopey

 

Future Cast On's Mentioned:

Short Beach Shawl by Kirsten Kapur

 

Black Sheep Gathering Haul:

 

Nicole's Haul:

Homestead Hobbyist Datura DK Polwarth Skein

Wooly Moss Roots Handmade Artisan Buttons - Oregon Madrone Wood

Brooklyn Tweed Bough by Leila Raabe

 

LaVonne's Haul:

 

Olympia Farm Single Ply Romney Yarn

Drop Dead Easy Knits by Gale Zucker

Shepherds Lane Gotland Roving - Silver Heather

Shepherds Lane Wensleydale Roving - Granite

USA Targhee Top from the Aurora Colony Fiber Arts

Canvas Tote Bag from Stash Local

 

Also Mentioned:

Lani's Lana

Sherill of the1764shepherdess and creator of the #spin15

WoolGatherings

Oregon Flock & Fiber Festival

Fleece and Fiber Sourcebook by Carol Ekarius and Deborah Robson 

 

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