The Fibre Muse Podcast Episode 2: Discussing Pantone's Color of the Year 2018

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In this week's episode, we talk about what projects we are working on and dive into Pantone's Color of the Year 2018 and discuss it from the perspective of a yarn dyer, a graphic designer/branding coach, knitwear designer, and knitter.

Also, thank you for your comments and reactions to the first episode!


Shownotes:

Claire's Project

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Cheslea's Project

 Chelsea's project with her pregnancy announcement!

Chelsea's project with her pregnancy announcement!


Frenchie's Projects

 Yarn Love's Goldilock's DK: Unicorn Poop

Yarn Love's Goldilock's DK: Unicorn Poop

 New design in Holly and Ivy Dyeworks Speckles Rock!

New design in Holly and Ivy Dyeworks Speckles Rock!

 New design in mYAK Cashmere in Pop Colors

New design in mYAK Cashmere in Pop Colors


New Pattern Release: Comfort Cowl

"Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home." — Edith Sitwell

ometimes the best acts of comfort are the simplest ones. No need for grand gestures, nor is there a need to stress oneself over what the most appropriate course of action would be. A listening ear, a friendly touch, or a handmade knit can bring great comfort to someone in need.

The Comfort Cowl, knit up in bulky yarn, makes for a quick knit, perfect for gift giving. It’s long enough to be wrapped around the neck for a snug fit, or can be worn hanging down. The Maori wave motif serves as a unique colorwork design that is simple to knit and stunning to look at.