YarnCraft Episode 83 :: 10 Quick & Warm Winter Projects PLUS Insider Outlooks for 2011: Interviews from TNNA pt 1
Liz & Zontee help you cope with the cold with quick & easy projects sure to warm you right up. From clothes and accessories to cozy home projects, they’ve got 10 different kinds of projects that you may want to consider this winter season.
But first, the ladies of YarnCraft take a few minutes to answer questions from listeners like you, covering topics from recommended podcasts to color repeats in variegated yarns.
Patterns discussed include:
- Knit Mulberry Cowl
- Crochet Chili Pepper Cowl
- Thermal Knit Cowl
- Knit Foyle’s Cabled Leg Warmers
- Crochet Snowy Lane Leg Warmers
- Knit Norwegian Wristers
- Knit Luxurious Wristlets
- Crochet Acorn Shrug
- Knit Cabled Teal Vest
- Knit & Felted Slip Ons
- Loom-Knit Chunky Footies
- Knit & Felted Draft Stopper
- Crochet Draft Stopper
- Knit Pure Warmth Hot Water Bottle Cover
- Crochet 5 1/2 Hour and Knit 6 Hour Throws
- Knit Cable Comfort Throws
We also introduce our new mini-series “Insider Outlooks for 2011,” featuring interviews with industry insiders from the National Needlearts Association’s winter show, which took place in early January. This week’s episode features friend of YarnCraft, Mary Beth Temple of Getting Loopy, as well as Kimberly Reynolds (aka somebunnyslove) of XRX/Knitter’s Magazine. Find out about trends for 2011 and fun things coming to a yarn/craft store near you!
And on “Stash This: Ideas for Your Crafting Life,” we talk about skill levels in patterns and what they indicate — all because of a great listener question. Have a question of your own? Scroll down for more info on how to share it!