Festival display Whispering Woodturner

Whispering with The Whispering Woodturner

Lindsay Lewchuk Air Bender MKAL, Announcements, eco world, MKALs, Pattern Related, Q&A 2 Comments

What are the chances two people living States apart in the US would meet in the upstairs knitting attic of a (non-closed) yarn shop along historical Mainstreet in Unionville, Ontario, Canada? That’s just how I met Janette, wife of The Whispering Woodturner! When it came to finding a prize for Air Bender MKAL, she popped to mind as Whispering was one of the potential name ideas 😊. Let’s get to know our generous prize donor a little better. Please welcome Janette and hubby, Steve, to our event!

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Air Bender

Lindsay Lewchuk 2019 New Releases, MKALs, Patterns

Escape to the mountains; escape to the beach; let the wind lift your stitches to a place of windswept texture and peace. Air Bender MKAL creates a gradient soft triangular shaped shawl with three personalization options. The 6 week-long event includes 5 clues (fully written and fully charted), chat, games, blog interviews, and prizes.

Bucolic Chic tied

Bucolic Chic

Lindsay Lewchuk 2018 New Releases, Bucolic Chic KAL, How-to Videos, MKALs, Patterns, Shawls

Flowers in a window box, an urban garden, or the vast expanse of uninhabited countryside – discover the beauty in your surroundings… and stitches with Bucolic Chic! Cast on addictive picots and short row your stitches into a chic wearable shawl. True to its name, this relaxing knit is perfect for soaking up the cold weather sun rays.

Puddles and Lindsay on the deck

Bucolic Chic Tips and Tricks

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Tip 3: another suggestion from a review knitter – skip the counting during the shawl with a little cast on prep! After you’ve cast on half the picots for your size, place a unique marker, and cast on the remaining picots. Then simply follow the increase directions until you hit your unique marker and when you do transition to the decrease directions. No shawl stitch counting required!