Thursday, February 3, 2022

Melody Crochet Podcast 56 - Socks and Sweaters for February

Hi! This is my crochet podcast where I discuss my knitting and crochet projects. This week I am talking about everything I have been up to since Christmas Crochet. I am working on a robe, a sweater, some sock and I collected some fun yarny notions! 

A little about me? My favorite things to make are hats, shawls, socks and slippers. I love yarn, tea, coffee and making. I hope to share that love with you. 

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  1. Klaziena by Kristin Bishop is a free pattern on ravelry and I used Yarn Bee Rainbow Rhapsody in Peacock!

  2. Beret is my own pattern (leave a comment for a tutorial!) that I made with a J hook and Lion Brand Homespun in a lovely periwinkle shade called “Purple Aster” You can find that here


  1. Birthmonth socks in Opals Sock Yarn. Description was Herbstmelodie “Autumn Melody” superwash 4-ply 100g/465yd #11122

  2. Simply Soft in Lavender Blue will be something fun

  3. Efficiency Pullover by The Grateful Tangle. Large size. Ogo Yarn in Concord Crush

What Have I Done

Prym Hook set

My Favorite Yarny Things (often mentioned in my videos):

My favorite Crochet Hooks:

My favorite Knitting Needles:

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My favorite Stitch Markers:

My favorite Pattern Holder:

Pattern Tape:

My favorite Project Bag:

My favorite Crochet Light:

My favorite portable Neck Light:

Pom Pom Maker:

This week

I get to work on baby gifts and Summer Decor Crochet along planning! 

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