Podcast Episode 57: The Canadian Invasion

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In this episode, we spend the whole time diligently answering knitting questions. (Not true, we get way off track a couple of times.) Many thanks to all of our friends in Canada for submitting questions to the podcast! If you’d like to send in a question, just email us at podcast@verypink.com, and be sure to tell us where you’re from.

You can find Casey’s website at kcknits.com.

Things we talk about in this episode:
Three Options for Joining a New Ball of Yarn
Using Blocking Wires
The Finer Points of Garment Fitting and Blocking
Tesserino Cowl

4 comments on “Podcast Episode 57: The Canadian Invasion

  1. Hi! I’m a curled hair person and in the winter when I don’t want my hair to get messy, I use a hat (beret) that is big enough to get all my long hair into it as if it is packed up! The curls never are the same as before but it is the best choice I found!
    Sorry, but is the hat or the hair: I don’t get to show both at the same time because of the curls flats uneven no matter if I wear cotton, wool or acrylic. It is just the weights and the form of the fabric are not curly-friendly.

    Hope you understand my English!

  2. I also have curly hair and never used to wear hats or skip a hair wash day ever… until I found the Curly Girl method of hair care and I LOVE MY HAIR — rarely is it frizzy anymore, and I can wash at night, sleep on it and it looks great the next day – sometimes even two days go by before I start to hate it!

    Find the Curly Girl book by Lorraine Massey or look at the Devacuts website – devacurl.com – look for a stylist in your area for an deep end jump into loving your hair!

    Check out the Rav group for curly hair folk – http://www.ravelry.com/groups/naturally-curly-crafters!

    Love your curls!

    • Oh – and even if you have just minimally wavy hair you can find tips to accentuate it! (Staci and Casey – maybe this is your hair too! )

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