Me on Ravelry
My disaster "on-the-go" socks
Knitting Vintage Socks by Nancy Bush
Panda Silk sock yarn
Man's Zip-up Jacket by Rowan
Kathmandu Aran yarn
Leslie Wind's blog
Seduce on Ravelry
The Scarlet Skein
Retro Redux Shrug
Scarlet Skeiners Group
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If you liked Episode one, please be sure to leave a comment!
Great job!!! Looking forward to the next one. Have fun with it!What other knitting podcasts do you like to listen to?Only issue: Was not able to use FireFox to listen...had to "downgrade" to IE7.
Awesome job! Can't wait for the next one! Can't wait for the KAL too!:) Hearing your voice makes me feel like I'm right in the store with you...my favorite store too! Miss ya! hugs
Great podcast thankyou for mentioning the necklace.Hugs Darcy
I just finished listening to your first episode, and will definitely stay subscribed. You have a lovely storytelling style, and you've done some fun things with the audio, which is especially impressive for a new podcaster. I'll look forward to hearing more!Oh, and I also read your discouraged podcast about the rejections from Knitty. I think your Amelie sock pattern is lovely, and I definitely wouldn't see the no's from Knitty as a comment on the quality of your patterns. In fact, I recently listened to Craft Sanity's interview with Amy Singer, in which she talked about the staggering number of submissions they get now, and how much she feels she has to balance not only the quality of the patterns, but also the variety.
loved the first podcast! You and I have a lot in common - crocheters first; self-taught knitters; teaching others (the first class I taught was socks to teen girls!). I am sooo looking forward to getting to know you! BTW, I am sykesmom2 on Ravelry!
Do you have a link that I can put in my podcast program? I don't use itunes, so I have to have the rss address to download it... is is mypodcast? (my program doesn't have a search engine for podcasts) Thanks... look forward to more!
very nice, I love it! Now to catch up... I have this OCD about reading every post in every new blog I find.
Oh, the disaster of double pointed needles. I bought my first needle in a craft store and guess what? A pack of DPNs have only 2 needles on it. So I though it's fine since I'm just a beginner and no idea if I'm going to like knitting or not. Turns out, there should be 4-5 needles in the packs and my yarn is way bigger for needles.
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