Episode 54: Running the Virtual Loop

We have news, Finished Objects, Works in Progress, Cast Ons, and Stash Enhancements for you. The topic for this month is love. We’ve all had a rough time these past few weeks and we just wanted to take some time to remind ourselves and each other about love. Self-love, friend-love, and love for our wonderful fiber community. Continue the discussion on our Forums.


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  • Emily: Gravely Sprocket
  • Amber: Ballast Point Raspberry Sour Wench
  • Erin: Mirror Twin I always wondered how Plumbuses got made


Finished Objects



Stash Enhancement


1 Comment

  • Clair ( ClairBear226 on Rav and IG) April 26, 2020 at 8:14 am

    The tie style masks are SO much more comfy to wear long term, plus they’re much easier to adjust for comfort. Great idea, using tape yarn!


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