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Episode 32: clic, clic, beep beep and bread

March 23, 2014

Find the episode here or via itunes

Welcome on board

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Knitting

Tini

Tini has been knitting like mad. Here’s her list:

Pomatomus socks by cookie A.

Linnie by Justyna Lorkowska

Plain vanilla socks featuring the crystal heel from the crystal socklets (Knitty spring/summer 2012) by Lynn Hershberger. Tini mentiones the shop of Nicole C. Mendez on Etsy

More plain vanilla socks using yarn gifted by raveller Emilshaus

Rustling leaves beret by Alana Dakos from Coastal knits

It cannot fail to please from Susan Crawford and Jane Waller from A stitch in Time Vol.1

We talk about the yarnbombing in Berlin during the Olympic games organized greatly by Distelfliege. See the flickr pictures here.

Maria sadly was injured and hasn’t been knitting at all.

Sewing

Maria

Maria has released two new patterns called  Olivia oversized tee with sleeves with Kimono sleeves and the Pernille Pencil dress

She is working on ebooks for workshops (in Danish, if you are attending Marias workshop in Denmark)

Maria also sews pouches as samples for the workshops.

Big news from Maria, she is working on a Danish online sewing magazine called sysiden.dk.

Tini

Tini has been sewing more like usuals. She finished the Day to night drape top by Maria with the sleeves from the Birgitte basic tee

and is working on a “Safari” Dress from Ottobre 2005 for the twins from stash fabric.  Tini mentiones the 2014: 14 Punkte challenge on the German Podcast group on Ravelry (Podcasting auf Deutsch)

Tini has been working on a 1973 kwik sew jeans pattern at the workshop in Denmark

On the horizon

Maria

Birgitte tees

Blazer jacket by burda

new webshop

new patterns, which are in the draft

Tini

More leather slippers

Brown eyed susan from Jujus Loops

Inspired by

Tini

Raveller Dzet from What’s in a tree house

Great British sewing bee

Life in Denmark/Life in Germany

Fasching/Fastelaun

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