October 20th, 2012

Ready, Set Knit! #285: Kathy talks with Kristin Nicholas

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Kathy and Kristin discuss her new yarn Color by Kristin, her first design collection with this new line of yarns (all of the designs in the first book are named after her cats), and the fantastically popular Sebastian Gloves.

Kristin will be teaching a 2 session class on these gloves in November.

One lucky student will win a copy of the new pattern collection as well as one skein each of the 20 different colors from the Color by Kristin line!

Steve’s Yarn Picks

Our thanks to Stephanie Pearl-McPhee for teaching 4 wonderful classes this past week and we hope that she and our 3 bus loads of customers have a wonderful time in Rhinebeck this weekend at the New York State Sheep and Wool fair!
WEBS Holiday Gift Guide 2012 Catalogs will begin arriving in mailboxes in the next couple of weeks.
Upcoming Events:
Franklin Habit will be here for classes and an event in early November. The event is now full!
Event and book signing with Carol Sulcoski on November 10th.

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3 Responses to “Ready, Set Knit! #285: Kathy talks with Kristin Nicholas”

  1. Angie Says:

    In the Yarn Harlot’s blog post there is a picture of yarn on cones. Lovely yarn. Can you tell us what it is (maybe a picture from the front showing the labels)?

  2. WEBS Yarn Store Says:

    The coned yarn pictured looks like it is Valley Yarns 8/2 Variegated Tencel. http://www.yarn.com/webs-weaving-spinning-weaving-yarns-valley-yarns/webs-weaving-yarns-valley-yarns-variegated-82-tencel/

  3. lasolue13 Says:

    Hi Kathy and Steve,

    following up on one of your comments in the last episode: there are listeners out there! I’m one of them and I’m always thrilled. Not only do both of you have great “radio voices”, also the topics chosen have always piqued my interest. A pity we don’t get podcasts (and yarn stores) like yours in Germany. At least I haven’t found one to date.

    In this episode Kathy mentioned conductive thread to use for mittens and gloves to make them mobile device capable. To make that work properly, please tell your customers, that the thread has to be worked into the fabric in such a manner that the tread touches the finger on the inside and lies on top of the regular thread on the outside. That’s because the thread is only conducting the “electricity” from the wearer’s fingers to the screen and nothing else. From my experince, this is better achieved by sewing the thread into the glove tips as if you are darning the tip than by knitting it into the tip upon construction.
    Happy crafting and keep up this great podcast!
    Greetings from Germany, Laura

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