Episode 54: Different Directions in Knitting

Hello Yarn-folk! Today I have an action packed cast with three sweaters: Turmok by Norah Gaughan, Rumo by Alice Caetano, and Leelanau by French Press Knits. I also have a review of Making Stories Magazine, issue 1–and I get to GIVEAWAY a copy to one of you! Plus, in our series of rare and out of print books, I have a real peach: Everyday Knitting: Treasures from the Rag Pile!! And we’ll have plenty of chatter about knitting in different directions. Thanks to Two Frenchie Fibers for sponsoring the giveaway from last cast–I’ll announce the winners here in episode 54.

To enter the Giveaway for a copy of Making Stories Magazine, issue 1, please leave a comment here, on the Ravelry thread, or on the blog post telling us which is your favorite pattern from this issue! I’ll draw a winner by random number generator in two weeks! To keep with Making Stories mission of sustainability, this will be a US only giveaway. You can find all of the patterns here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/making-stories-magazine-issue-1/patterns

SHOW NOTES:

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6 Responses to Episode 54: Different Directions in Knitting

  1. Laura says:

    Thanks so much for offering the Making Stories giveaway. I love Fluent–it would be my first cast on from the magazine, not to mention my first sweater. 🙂 I’ve recently found your YouTube channel and am enjoying making my way through your archive. Thanks for sharing your work and your expertise with us.

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  2. I’m 100% behind you on the USA-only giveaway for the Making Stories magazine (even though I’m in the UK). I love to see all the great hand-dyed yarns etc on American podcasts, but I stick to ordering from UK hand-dyers because of the whole shipping side of the equation. I am more than happy to buy items manufactured abroad if a shop has imported them in bulk into the UK. I know it’s still wasteful, but it’s a bit better than having things shipped individually. Loved this epsode of your podcast; it’s always a pleasure and an education spending a bit of time watching and listening to you.

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  3. kathied says:

    I love your show and greatly respect you and all the info you share. I even ordered the grab bag type tops from World of Wool and have had fun spinning it up. Thanks again. Kathie Dumont.

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  4. kathied says:

    My favorite is Inverse. I love to knit sweaters. I sent a previous message but forgot to put in my fav. I’m not slick with all this email phone computer stuff, but I’m getting there. Thanks. Kathleen Dumont.

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  5. Janet says:

    Oh my it’s so difficult to pick just one. I think I’ll go with Traversing by Adrienne Larsen. They are beautiful! Great podcast. Enjoyed the rag pile book. I think I saw her interviewed on a podcast at some point.

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