March 31, 2015

Episode Ten


Find me on Ravelry and Instagram as mmontzka!

Thank you to everyone who checked out my new free sock pattern Flying North and helped it reach #17 in Ravelry's Top 20 "Hot Right Now" on Thursday March 26th! Thank you Kym, for letting me know :)

Swedish Spring Shawl will be available sometime this week or next!

This week in Stockholm (and acquisitions) 

  • Thank you to Deb of Fondant Fibre for the amazing package of wooly goodness. Check out her recently updated shop for gorgeous spinning fibers as well as beautiful yarns and cute project bags. Watch episode 10 for a coupon code to Deb's shop!
  • Sweet package from Kemper of the Junkyarn Podcast.  
  • Flying North socks by me are now available as a free Ravelry download! 
  • School News!
  • Visit to a new to me shop in Stockholm's Old Town. Makeri 14 sells a careful selection of paper supplies including knitting-specific items such as knitter's graph paper, as well as Jamieson's and Smith yarn and Holst Supersoft yarn. 
  • Stockholm Night Knitters knit night on Thursday. Knitting in Public. 
  • Craftsy class-- Drafting from Worsted to Woolen with Jacey Boggs Falkner. Click on the link in the sidebar to check out the awesome classes Craftsy has to offer. 
    • I am a craftsy affiliate. If you register or sign up for a class, I will receive a small commission from them. I only advertise for them because I personally find their classes very informative and worth the cost. 

    Works in Progress

      Finished Projects

      • Flying North socks by me! Free pattern on Ravelry.  
      • Bento Bags sewn by me :) Want one? Send me a private message on Ravelry. 



      Thank you to those of you who posted on the Episode thread or in the Youtube comments :) I love hearing from you!! I am convinced that I must try knitting with shetland now and I plan to swatch with the yarn I got this week. 

      My Question to you this week is: What is your most used knitting tool?

      Some of you have asked to see a video of where I live. I tried to take a few clips this week while I was out and about, but they didn't turn out so great but I will keep trying and work on putting something together very soon!

      Have a question? Ask! I'm happy to answer questions in the show.


      Technique tip-- If you find that your ssk's are not as neat as your k2tog, try working them as follows: slip one stitch knit wise, slip the second stitch purl wise, then knit these two stitches together through the back loop. Works for me!

      See you next week!

      1 comment:

      1. I have just watched your last podcast. I always enjoy it so much. Its so nice to hear about what is going on in your world. Congratulations in being accepted for your Masters. !
        I hope that doesnt mean less knitting for you :)