Episode 25: Podversary Celebrations and Fiber Philosophies :)

Hello fiber folk! Apologies for the double posting . . . technical difficulties are all the rave this weekend! It’s a special, mechanical thank you from the computer gods  🙂 So, without further ado, here is Take Two!

We made it to Episode 25 and thanks to you all, there is a podversary to celebrate today! No resting on our laurels, though! This episode is packed with stuffs for your entertainment:

  • a tour of the yarn room
  • GIVEAWAY announcements
  • fiber philosophy OR what I learned by picking up a drop spindle (again)
  • WIPs
  • On-going Projects: One Year, One Blanket, The Knit Together Project, 4oz Challenge
  • Reviews: Chiaogoo Interchangeable Sock Set and Clara Parkes new book

Come hang with me for a bit and celebrate. I promise some yarn cake!


Show Notes

Episode 1: Introductions

Moonstone Dyeworks

La Bien Aimée

Old Crow ArtYarn

DIY Drum Carder blogpost

DIY Drum Carder overview

DIY Warp Board

Ravelry Group: knittingthestash

Paradise Fibers

Shawl Linus

Dragon Spindle Designs

Persian Dreams Worsted

Stained Glass Persian Dreams

Chroma (KnitPicks)

Episode 13: A Tale of Two Blankets

Knit Together Project

Chiaogoo Interchangeables 

A Stash of One’s Own by Clara Parkes

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2 Responses to Episode 25: Podversary Celebrations and Fiber Philosophies :)

  1. Joanne Wright says:

    Just wanted to say Happy Anniversary!!! I kind of found you before I found you; in 2016 I was looking for a DIY knitty knoddy to make for my daughter for Christmas and I loved the aesthetic of the wood and copper one I found by you (or your hubby?). In spring I ran across your YouTube channel looking for fleece washing info and on the table behind you I spotted the same knitty knoddy:) and the rest is history, been following you ever since. I appreciate the balance and actual helpful info you provide. Keep up the sharing!

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