Welcome to the Stitchberry Podcast! In this cozy video series, I share projects that I have finished or are currently working on, plans and goals for the future, and current reads! I am thrilled you are here and I hope you enjoy this episode!
This is an interesting episode because while I have three finished objects, I will be frogging two current projects – that is all in the job of making! 🙂
When I am not crocheting or knitting, I am most likely reading. Because this podcast encapsulates all my favorite things, it only felt natural to add a section dedicated to books! In this section, I share my thoughts on recent books that I have read, and don’t worry, there won’t be any spoilers!
Grab a project, your favorite drink, and enjoy episode 2!
- Simple Vanilla Socks Pattern
- Sewrella Yarn’s Evermore and Goldrush sock set (not longer available)
Iced Coffee Cozy
- Pattern coming soon!
- WeCrochet Dishie in Linen and Swan
Leah Project Bag
- Fabric was scraps from my stash 🙂
- Pattern by Indigo Bird Designs
Ella Tank Top
- Pattern by me! Release date is TBD
- Hobbii’s Alpaca Silk in Dakar Dust (#03)
- Stash yarn
- Simple vanilla pattern
- Pattern note: For the stripes I am working 4 rounds of the cream and then 1 round of the raspberry.
Here are some of the shops/patterns/companies/people that I mentioned throughout the episode:
- The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides: I FLEW through this book. I felt like the entire book was engaging and knowing that there was a good plot twist (according to my sister lol) was at the end, I was extremely motivated to read it. And yes, my sister was right, that plot twist was SO GOOD! Definitely a 5 star read for me!
- House of Hollow by Krystal Sutherland: I really wanted to enjoy this book. The storyline was well structured with a good pace and quality writing. While I know a lot of people really enjoyed this book, I just don’t think it was for me. Therefore, I had to give this book 3 stars.
Thank you for watching episode 2! I would love to know what you are working on over on Instagram or in the comments below!
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