8.15.2009

NeverNotKnitting Podcast : Episode 22: The Joseph Knitting








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74 comments:

Lorraine said...

Hi Alana,

I love your version of Rose Red, it's so pretty, I am so tempted to knit this for myself now! :)

Bill said...

Enjoyed reading your blog! The markers sound great!

Jill Pickle

Carla said...

Love the show, the patterns - everything!

Tabby said...

Thanks for another great show. I especially loved this episode's story. What a sweet tradition!

Sara said...

I'm enjoying your podcasts! Great job!

Giulia said...

Super episode! That Joseph knitting story was amazing... I am trying to convert my partner to knitterdom - the idea of creating a family knitting heritage makes me even more eager!

birdwoman said...

Listened to the podcast for the first time and really enjoyed it! I've been through a few episodes now.

accountantgrrl said...

What a great episode!

Kaytie said...

Hi Alana!

I'm loving your podcast! I really enjoy listening to it while I knit, thanks! You always have so many great reviews and products to look into. That row counter by Pretty Knitty Jewelry is ingenious, I will certainly have to look into one, they're so handy! I too am cursed with being unable to remember if I counted each row or not. Oh well. :) Thanks again!

Kaytie

Pam said...

Thanks for the fun episode.

Kate said...

What is it about an Irish brogue that is so appealing?? (Thanks Nic!) I want one! Great story for the episode.

LOL at the green chipmunk, especially the picture. Can't wait to see the design you have been working out. And Ribbit is so cute!

Also, I keep forgetting to mention that I think its so clever how the episode titles are the story titles!

bethanyg said...

Hello Alana! Thank you for a great episode. Ribbit is adorable, and I like Rose Red too. You inspire me! The row counter looks very intriguing as well.

Thanks again!

mlanezoo said...

Loved your podcast - as usual! The knittingpretty row counters are amazing!! I just love creative people! :)

Michell said...

I've just discovered your blog and listened to your podcast for the first time....loved it! The 100-row counter is absolutely ingenious.

Katie said...

Hi, Alana, great podcast! Ribbit is so cute, I might have to make one for my son.

Tara said...

Fantastic episode!! Thanks for introducing us to the markers!

Vanessa said...

Another great show. I really enjoy the product reviews. I can't wait for the next episode. Thank you.

Whitney said...

Neat product review!!! Loved the show; you entertain me on my long commutes back & forth to work :)

fourpeanuts said...

I am so glad you are back to podcasting. I love listening to you talk. Fourpeanuts on ravelry.

Cheryl S. said...

Your hat is gorgeous! Just the perfect color.

Roslyn said...

Those markers sound great!

JuliaB said...

Loved your podcast and I love the markers.

donna said...

Love the podcast and those stitch counters look great. I don't use the barrel type because I only like circular needles but the PK counter would work just fine with circs.

granjudy said...

So nice to hear Nic's voice. Now when I read her I can also hear her. Great story about the Joseph Knitting. Now I know what to do with all the leftover bits of sock yarn. I'll knit Joseph socks.
Very nice episode. I'll be back to listen again.

Meagan said...

Hi Alana,

I love your podcast. I am a listener from Perth Western Australia.

ps my DH loves your theme song ;)

Meagan Q

tildylou said...

another great episode! loved the joseph knitting story!

Darlene said...

I love your podcast and always have lots of new idea to knit after listening!
Thanks Alana,
Peace
Darlene

Liz said...

Great episode. The story was lovely! Thanks!

TwinMamaKnitter on Ravelry

Kathryn said...

The Joseph Knitting story is wonderful. I love Nic's imagery as "colors snake around corners and crash into other colors!"
The marker is a lovely gadget that sounds quite useful!

Mel said...

Great episode! Your blog is full of amazing knits and patterns. You are big inspiration to me!

Julie said...

Another great podcast! I love the reader stories and this one by Nic was so interesting.
I've put the frog on my list for the grandkids - so cute.
Thanks, Alana.

Emergeandcelebrate said...

I just found your blog over the weekend and listened to some of your podcasts today. You have great pictures on your blog. As well, I really like the idea of having a tennis ball in Ribbit to enable bouncing.

Monica said...

Rose Red is definitely my next hat knitting project!! Lovely =)

Robin said...

Great podcast! I look so forward to them.

bella said...

Cute cute stitch markers, and I loved the story, as well! What great traditions are out there! :)

deedalee said...

Very clever row counter!

LOL about the green chipmunk. Another very fun podcast, thanks!

Diane

Jennie said...

Hello Alana, I recently found your podcast on I-Tunes and sent two over to my Ipod to see if I would like them. Today I went back and downloaded all of your episodes. You have given the podcast world a wonderful gift. Thank you for sharing.
Jennie
jkjk- Ravelry

mommieof4munchkins said...

I also love spud and chloe yarn, got my hands on some this weekend actually. Thanks for the cast it is awesome!

amanda said...

I also enjoyed this episode, the Joseph Knitting story was very interesting. I love that you had to marry into the family to be entitled to a Joseph sweater :)

Love the row counter too!
-DonnaC4

Liz said...

Ah! I just saw the picture of the row counters on your latest post. I couldn't quite work out the bit about the beads and the elasticated marker from your description but it's all clear now.

Lisa said...

Just found your blog and podcast and am enjoying both!

Cheryl said...

Thank you for a wonderful podcast. I liked Nick's story!
The row counters look really neat too.

Ginger said...

I see lots of frogs in my nieces' future. The toys are delightful. Thank you for sharing!

craftyneedles said...

I love the podcast and your knitting patterns. I will be trying them out when I hopefully someday have a granddaughter to knit for. The counters are so cute -they sound like they would be a lot of fun to use.

Vicki

~*emily*~ said...

Great episode, loved this one's story.

Karen said...

Thanks for the Pod cast!

knittinwolf said...

What a great idea, love those markers! So pretty too! Love the Joseph story too...awesome podcast!
hugs

Peggy said...

Beautiful hat. Enjoyed the podcast.

KrisW said...

I always enjoy your podcast...great story, beautiful row counters, and the hat is perfect :D I'm so glad you have time to knit for YOURSELF sometimes! OK, and now I have to make the frog for a new baby at church :D You are such an enabler!
:)

Clovermillie said...

Great show! Loved the knitting story and the row counters are so cute. Clovermillie

Beverly said...

Loved this episode! Keep up the great work! Thank you.

sandy l said...

Thanks a good episode. Both my daughter and I enjoyed the story of Joseph Knitting

brokenwings337 said...

So I just stumbled across your podcast and have caught up on all the episodes in less than a week. I love them. I am going to knit up "Rippit" for my parent's dog for xmas. I would have never found the pattern without your discussion of it. You have awesome product reviews, and I love the amazing stories from other knitters. Keep up the good work!!!

Elena. said...

After having listened to a few of your episodes I have to say I like your show. The Joseph Knitting story was really beautiful and the row counters are a wonderful idea.

terip said...

loved the story about the joseph knitting, absolutely fantastic. i have to go check out the photos. love the row counters, what a great idea
teri p

Robin VanderRoest said...

Hi Alana,

Enjoyed your latest podcast - especially the Joseph Knitting story - great!

Connie, the daisyhead said...

I loved the Joseph knitting! Sound like a tradition my family might enjoy.

Also, thanks to you, my 12yo son has me knitting Ribbits for him, my 3 nephews, 2 daughters, and 2 nieces for Christmas. He's in love!

Ana said...

Hi Alana,
I recently discovered your blog and really enjoy it. I finished 2 projects while listening to older episodes and recovering from an illness and now I'm spoiled! I have to wait two weeks for the next episode...my young boys come running when they hear the theme song...hilarious!
Put my name in the hat, please!
Ana
anahuron@gmail.com

Steph Phillips said...

Great episode Alana.

We should do a KAL of one of your patterns on the rav group!

Connie said...

Just listened to my first episode - thanks!

Debi1 said...

Those row counters are awesome, I make jewelry too, so anything with beads I love!

Karin said...

Those are great and incredibly cute.

Laurie said...

Loved your last show. I agree with you about yarn colors. Isn't it weird how the color name can influence our choices? I definately want to try the row counters. Last night I had to figure out where I was on my sock pattern because my sticky fell off my pattern. Thanks for introducing a great item.

bluesky said...

Thanks so much for the knitting stories, I really love listening to them. I especially liked this weeks story.

Jane Richmond said...

I just finished listening to your 22nd episode, phew, I'm all caught up and just in time. Funny how some of us can't do things out of order!

I'm so glad you liked the review on my blog, your doing such a wonderful job!

Sheryl said...

I loved the Joseph knitting story. Just picturing the family photo in Joseph Knits makes me smile. What great memories to pass onto future generations.

Paula said...

Great podcast as always. I look forward to every new episode.

PamKnits said...

The row counters are amazing. I can't wait to try one. I also love your patterns and am getting a grandbaby in Feb. Hoping it's a girl so I can knit up some of your designs.

janice said...

Hi Alana:
I really enjoy your podcast. And I thoroughly enjoyed the Joseph segment. I love hearing from knitters outside the U.S. Thanks for taking the time to record the podcast.

Lauren said...

Love the rose red!

Jean said...

Hi,

This was my first time listening to your podcast. I enjoyed the Joseph Knitting story so I went to the website to check out the knitting and yup, it's really colorful. :-)

Jean in Maine (Rav ID)

ps. I will listen to some of your past episodes soon.

PipneyJane said...

Hi Alana

I found your podcast via the shy comment of a friend (I'm friends with Goodstuff). I downloaded all of them last weekend and have listened to them straight through. I love them!

- Pam

CelticCastOn said...

Hi Alana,
Just stumbled across your podcasts and I'm enjoying going through them all while I catch up on some knitting! Great story!

tigerpaw said...

What a great episode!

I love your blog..I listen to podcast everyday and came across your. Excellent.