Podcast Episode 76: Dyeing with Potato Tops in Ireland

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You can read more about Casey’s interview with Diarmuid Commins on her website here.

To get your knitting question on the show, just email it to podcast@verypink.com.

Our lovely sponsor this week:

Fringe Supply Company
In this episode, we talk about their Field Bag.

From Casey’s interview:
This is Knit
S Twist Wool

Other things we talk about in this episode:

Knitter’s Pride Knit Blockers
Yarn Overs Between Knits and Purls

4 comments on “Podcast Episode 76: Dyeing with Potato Tops in Ireland

  1. I came across the problem of yo between k and p then between p and k on a sock pattern that I’m working on right now. The way I fixed the tension is after I did the last k I kind of pull the knit down to allow more yarn for the yarn over. Not sure if that makes sense but it’s working.

  2. A suggestion for Stephanie (who was losing her buttons in the wash): try washing the sweater with the sweater inside a net bag; also, try attaching a small man’s shirt button to the backside of the button band (behind the button) when you attach the button. (And I use Staci’s idea of using the knitting yarn to sew on the button.)

  3. Regarding the yos before purl question, there is one thing you can do –

    Whenever you have a yo before a purl, wrap the yarn in the opposite way that you would normally do a yo, and on the following row, knit or purl that stitch through the back loop (to not close up the back loop).

    This is definitely for picky knitters, but it is a nice solution when a pattern has mirrored yo’s.

    Great podcast =)

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