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Knitting is my passion! I also play bagpipes in a competition pipe band. These two subjects, plus a love of nature and learning, are what I like to talk about each week.

Knitting Pipeline Paula

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Knitting is my passion! I also play bagpipes in a competition pipe band. These two subjects, plus a love of nature and learning, are what I like to talk about each week.

    Episode 334 Do All the Good You Can

    Episode 334 Do All the Good You Can

    I am raising money to fund ovarian cancer research for Dr. Katherine Fuh at Washington University.
    My husband joins me in this episode. I talk about my finished Cobblestone by Jared Flood (the 3rd one this year), and new projects. I review To the Point by Leila Raven and my husband gives a quick lesson on triangles. We throw in some family stories and nature chat for fun.

    • 54 min
    Episode 333 Embroidery Meets Knitting

    Episode 333 Embroidery Meets Knitting

    I finished lengthening the Odette Hoodies for my granddaughters. In order to distract from a different dye lot of Quince & Co Lark, I added a kangaroo pocket and embellished with embroidery. I share with you how I added the pockets and I give some embroidery tips.
    My husband joins me in this episode for Nature Notes, In The Pipeline, and High Note/Low Note.

    • 56 min
    Episode 332 Maine and Repair Tips

    Episode 332 Maine and Repair Tips

    I finished Cobblestone #2 and started on #3. I share how I lengthened the Odette Hoodies by Carrie Bostick Hoge. These fit my granddaughters perfectly right now but they needed a few more inches in the body of the sweater.
    The Knitting Pipeline Retreat in Kennebunk, Maine was fabulous, as always! I share some highlights from the retreat.
    This episode is sponsored by Quince & Co.
    Knitting Pipeline is a Bluprint Affiliate. Bluprint offers affordable online classes and supplies. When you use the link in the sidebar on my blog before purchasing I receive a small percentage of your purchase at no extra cost to you. Thank you!
    Show notes are found at www.knittingpipeline.com. You can find me on Ravelry as PrairiePiper and on Instagram and YouTube as KnittingPipeline. There are two groups on Ravelry, Knitting Pipeline and Knitting Pipeline Retreats. Come join us there!
    Haste ye back!
     

    • 27 min
    Episode 331 Toast to Good Health!

    Episode 331 Toast to Good Health!

    I finished Cobblestone #2 and want to start on a third one. I am knitting on my Northeasterly strips and started a pair of mittens for The Maine Mitten Project.
    The CT I had on August 8 showed no signs of cancer, ovarian or otherwise. Praise God! Thank you for your support throughout my treatments.
    This episode is sponsored by Quince & Co and Knitcircus Yarns.
    Knitting Pipeline is a Bluprint Affiliate. Bluprint offers affordable online classes and supplies. When you use the link in the sidebar on my blog before purchasing I receive a small percentage of your purchase at no extra cost to you. Thank you!
    Show notes are found at www.knittingpipeline.com. You can find me on Ravelry as PrairiePiper and on Instagram and YouTube as KnittingPipeline. There are two groups on Ravelry, Knitting Pipeline and Knitting Pipeline Retreats. Come join us there!
    Haste ye back!
     
     
     

    • 33 min
    Episode 330 Momo’s Knitting

    Episode 330 Momo’s Knitting

    In today's episode I honor my grandmother and her knitting. She taught me many life lessons. I also share how I met Elizabeth Zimmermann, both in her books and real life, and how she became my knitting mentor through letters we wrote over a period of years.

    • 30 min
    Eagle Crest Retreat Information

    Eagle Crest Retreat Information

    Knitting Pipeline Eagle Crest Retreat
    October 30-Nov 2, 2019
    Eagle Crest Camp and Retreat Center (A Ministry of the Salvation Army) is located in rural Washburn IL, along the hilly bluffs of the Illinois River. Eagle Crest is easily accessible by car, about a 30 min drive from Washington IL or Peoria. The address is 823 Columbia Rd, Washburn IL 61570.
    Arrive Wednesday October 30, 2019 (check in time 3-5 PM) Check out by 10 am Saturday, November 2, 2019.  
    Single Occupancy            $430.00
    Double Occupancy (will have your own bed)       $330.00
    $200 for commuters
     
    Includes:
    3 nights lodging in Heartland Lodge. Rooms are simple motel-style with private bath. All meals from Wednesday dinner through Saturday breakfast. Small, intimate retreat with lots of one-on-one time. Your own Knitting Pipeline Retreat Bag. Complete information and download is on the Knitting Pipeline Blog and both Knitting Pipeline Groups on Ravelry.
    Hosted by Paula Emons-Fuessle
    Knitting Pipeline Podcast www.knittingpipeline.com
    Paulaef@aol.com                           PrairiePiper on Ravelry

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Customer Reviews

Mdelmare in Va ,

Kindred spirit

I look forward to every episode and love the structure of the podcast. Packed full of interesting conversation and no “twaddle”. Noteworthy is her sock episodes and nature notes. It’s very classical overall. My favorite knitting podcast and praying for her recovery

dvandalen ,

Outstanding Podcast

I have only been listening to Paula’s podcast for about 2 years, but every episode is full of great knitting and nature info.along with lots of gift ideas for grandchildren ! I live in NC so I love the added touch that her son and family live about 40 miles east of me so knitted wear suggestions are great! It is just a friendly all-round great podcast for this knitter, quilter, nature lover and even though we have never met I feel like we are friends and I am praying for you Paula....myemptynestoverflows on IG( i lenjoy your post there as well )
Donna

carolshue ,

Thanks, Paula!

I’ve been a Paula fan since I met her at the CampKIP retreat in MO in 2011, I believe. Since then, I can honestly say this is the podcast I look forward to the most. I enjoyed the earlier sections that included her piping days, as well as the knitting experiences. I’ve also always loved the nature notes and the book reviews so much. I’ve even been inspired by the sewing portions, even though I’m not skilled in that area at all. This latest episode with husband, Bob was fun...I loved hearing about your garden and the bulb planting, etc. I keep imagining your home and garden....so nice!
Finally, I can’t say enough about the wonderful retreats you’ve hosted.....Maine is my happy place when not home here in Colorado. Thank you, Paula!

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