Current Productions (5:45)
More progress on Socks for Dad, using the Dyad Top Down pattern from Sock Architecture by Lara Neel in the Grey Cuckoo Silkie Rooster set from the Backyard Chicken Collection by HueLoco. Cast on for second sock, through the cuff ribbing, now working on the leg..
Still working on the body of the Payne Pullover by Helena Bristow in Mountain Colors Twizzle in “Rich Purple.” Working on the ribbing at the bottom of the body, and then on to the sleeves!
Still working on the second sleeve of Dexter’s Sweater. Using Neighborhood Fiber Co. Studio Worsted (old base) in “Federal Hill” and “Logan Circle.” Sweater is a top down striped raglan cardigan knit with steeks knit out of the The Knitters Handy Book of Top Down Sweaters by Ann Budd. Currently on the prowl for puppy ribbon & buttons.
A little progress on for Mom’s Looped Loop Cowl pattern by Kirsten Johnstone in Oink Pigments Mystic in “Thats a Moray”
Cast on for the Herbivore Shawl by Stephen West in Lola Bean Yarn Co’s Silk Bean in “Diptera”
Mention of the Clapotis from Knitty Fall 2004
My Strongest Suit (19:25)
Urchin Hat (Ravelry Link)
Various other Vanilla is the New Black Socks (Ravelry Link)
December Spotify Playlist: Merry and Light is now available!
Thankvember Spotify Playlist is still available.
Thankvember 2020 – #THANKVEMBER2020
Grinchalong 2020 hosted by the Knitmore Girls begins December 1 – January 6, 2020 – #GRINCHALONG2020
XRX Stitches at Home: December 5, 6, 12, 13
Stitches West 2020 has officially been cancelled.
SBMT eStudio events ongoing throughout the month for entertainment and engagement in a variety of ways.
Mention of I Am a Camera
Hey Look Me Over (34:12)
2017 Broadway Production of Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn starring Bryce Pinkham and Corbin Bleu,and Megan Sikora
Mention of the original 1942 film of the same name
Mention of the 1954 film White Christmas
Mention of the Broadway Production of White Christmas. Cast recording can be found here
Mention of She Loves Me and Mame
Mention of High School Musical
Little Known Facts (48:22)
When in doubt, read it out loud.