Category Archives: knitting podcast

Episode 66: Test Knits, Special Guests, and Mohair Magic

Hello fiber folk! I am happy to be back this week with an episode chock-full of all the best stuffs: a chat with Spencer that had us laughing–we hope you’ll laugh along, too; a call for test knitters! I have … Continue reading

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Episode 65: Sleeve Island

Well hello there! I missed you all last week . . . we went to Del Rio, TX to visit our grandbaby and had to skip out of town for the weekend, so no podcasting for me! This week, I’m … Continue reading

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Episode 64: Knits in Translation and WIPs of Shame

Hello yarn folk! Today’s episode is an introduction to our new KAL: Knits in Translation (check out the Ravelry thread!) AND, it’s a chance to chat with Spencer about WIPs of Shame . . . or, well, maybe just our … Continue reading

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Designer Dialogue with Audrey Borrego

Hello lovely yarn folk! I was browsing around YouTube, as one does, and came across a lovely podcast that I hadn’t seen before. The host spoke French in some episodes and English in others, and I found her style to … Continue reading

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Episode 63: Sheep, Wool & Lenten!

Hi fiber folk! Welcome to episode 63! This one chock full of goodness for all kinds of crafters: Wisconsin Sheep and Wool’s Sheep to Shawl competition, an FO Lenten by Natasja Hornby, a Farm-to-Skein yarn update, info on colorwork in … Continue reading

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Episode 61: I Grafted the Whole Thing Twice!

Hello fiber folk! I’m so excited to have an episode full of modifications . . . oh the grafting! You have to hear this story of woe and triumph! Plus, I have an FO: the Rumo by Alice Caetano, more … Continue reading

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Episode 60: Song and Dance

Hi yarn-folk! In this episode, I discuss my Song and Dance pullover designed by Albina McLaughlin of LB Handknits. It’s a gorgeous, graphic garment 😉 that’s fun to knit! Plus, Susan B Anderson’s Panda, some Faroese shawls (thanks to Misse … Continue reading

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