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The Yarniacs: A Knitting Podcast

Feb 16, 2018

This week I share my knitting triumph. What is a knitting triumph? If I were writing a novel it would be the denouement. The what-what you say? The denouement is the "final part of a play, movie, or narrative in which the strands of the plot are drawn together and matters are explained or resolved." (Thank-you Google dictionary.) Doesn't that sound perfect for a sweater? Especially one that has been in the planning for a year, with yarn purchased and pattern ready to go. My strands are all drawn together, my ends woven in, and I have something lovely to wear and share. I am really proud of this accomplishment. I am sure you all have your own triumphs as well. Sometimes a knitting triumph isn't a long-awaited sweater, sometimes a knitting triumph is something as simple as finishing a hat for a friend, or pulling those needles out of a long dormant project and freeing them for something new. What is your knitting triumph? Join us on Ravelry and share in the episode thread!
- Sharlene

What are we wearing?
Confetti by Veera Valimaki
Sharlene's Confetti
Jessica Jones by Sminé
Sharlene Jessica cowl
Minthe by Anne Ginger
Gayle's Minthe

What are we stalking?
Liv Light by Carrie Bostick Hoge
Lovella by Ambah O'Brien
Also the designer of Lilli Pilli
Pei by Michele Wang
Jessica Jones by Sminé

Thanks to Dragonfly Fibers for sponsoring this episode!

What are we knitting?
Free Your Fade by Andrea Mowry
Inner Peace by Joji Locatelli
Gayle's old Cassis sweater
The blanket Sharlene started is this:
On the Porch by Fifty Four Ten Studio
Sockhead Slouch Hat by Kelly McClure
Clio by Elizabeth Doherty

What have we finished?
Clio by Elizabeth Doherty
Sharlene's Clio
Mud Season by Elizabeth Smith
Gayle's Max Sweater
Pei by Michele Wang
Gayle's Pei
Breakaway by Elizabeth Doherty
Marlene's Mittens by Alaina Privette
Of Grace and Beauty by Jenn Sheelen