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CraftLit - Serialized Classic Literature for Busy Book Lovers


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Mar 11, 2016

Chapters 9-10 — The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandré Dumas

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| Crafty Bits|

If you would like to be part of A Quilt for Henry for Vanessa's son, please click the link and you'll go to Mollie's (gorgeous) blog where you'll find all the information and instructions.

Bolded time codes take you to YouTube All other times are links in the comment section under the video at YouTube.

Dawn's Flatland Shawl 1Dawn's Flatland Shawl2Dawn's Flatland Shawl3
Dawn's Flatland Shawls
openwork shawlDawn's Flatland Shawlpost
Dawn's Mitts • an Openwork shawl • example of Post Stitches
staggered front post/back post Tunisian glacier hatTunisian mitts
Dawn's Staggered front post / back post • Tunisian Glacier hat • Tunisian mitts
open work scarfInfinity Shawl duelHeather Cowl
Dawn's open work scarf • Infinity Shawl duel • Heather Cowl
sheepy fabricErica yarn 1Erica yarn 2
Heather's sheepy fabric • Erica yarn #1 • Erica yarn #2
Reevers shawlErin Star
Reevers shawl • Erin Star shawl

1:27 - Homefree - MN Beatboxing group
1:54 - Beat boxer video on Vimeo
3:43 - Wheel of Freestyle on Jimmy Fallon with Lin-Manuel Miranda
6:00 - Dawn’s first crochet, cotton afghan
9:17 - Flatland Color Shawls from “What Would Madam Defarge Knits?” - Noro - The WWMDFK projects are all on Dawn's design page

1 - 9:40
2 - 11:50
3 - 13:00 the one like a Baktus scarf

15:00 - cowl —all of Dawn’s work is here
17:00 - Noro sock mitts using a smaller hook
19:30 - Briar Rose hat worked in post stitches
21:20 - How to ID what hook size to use
24:00 - Heather’s boo boo with her cowl
26:00 - easy mitered scarf (cast on odd number, DCs worked as sets of four front post stitches, four back post stitch) / shawl with hand painted wool
—Get a Tunisian Hook—amazon affiliate link
30:00 - Tunisian hat in Raven Fog Fibers - glacial hat knit with Sea Socks Cruise ’08 yarn

Stitch Diva Studios has great tutorials

34:00 - Tunisian mitts
34:30 - ribbed stitch shawl/scarf
35:30 - Yazipengyou let us know about the Tunisian spiral blanket - Rav spiral afghan on J hook - with aran weight yarn
37:55 - big circular infinity scarves - both done in Briar Rose bouclé, but one knit and one crocheted… can you tell which? ...and that was one of Dawn’s patterns done for Briar Rose Fibers: Dreamweaver. Original pattern was in sea pearl, but I love this one too.
38:50 - Attack of the Cowls
41:35 - Spiral Afghan (from 35:30 above), Tunisian J-hook with aran weight yarn
43:10 - Aoibhe Ni - amazing fine gauge Tunisian crochet shawls, Venus
45:15 - Yazipengyou mentioned Winter Nocturne Tunisian crochet shawl
47:00 - @NeilHimself and #AmericanGods casting
48:15 - Winter Nocturne pix
49:30 - Crusaders, Ninjas, and Dawn’s Flying Monkey
50:10 - Milekie - Naålbinding
52:00 - Boblin, Linda in New South Wales, AU - spindling?

YES! Next week!

55:30 - Jon’s Naålbinding sock, @MizzThurzday might know which stitch
59:50 - A Quilt for Henry at WildOlive.com for Vanessa’s son
1:02:30 - Craftsy is missing a Naålbinding class?!
1:04:00 - Erica, Cashmere = Lux Adorna Knits Signature Edition in Pumpernickel (NOT Periwinkle) and Lux Adorna Knits Soft Spun Solid in Hedgehog
1:06:00 - Fresh from the cauldron - graduated / gradient - Fresh From the Cauldron SW Graduated in colorway Exsanguinate 
1:08:30 - Firefly Reevers shawl
1:09:00 - Erin’s Star Shawl pattern
1:09:30 - Pewter Grey-on-grey yarn = Blarney Yarn Plush in colorway Pewter
1:10:30 - Oh, and the secret ingredient Andrew slipped into the lasagna dish was butternut squash (the bag of cubed squash that Trader Joe's sells, to be specific).  He cooked it, then mashed it, and added it to the tomato sauce and cheese.  Kid didn't even taste it and didn't know there was an extra veggie in there until she heard me say so during the livestream today.

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