6.15.2011

NeverNotKnitting Podcast : Episode 52 : Nesting Instincts


Episode 52


















The winner of Episode 51's Spud and Chloe Drawing Giveaway is Des! Congratulations!

*Please check back soon to enter the drawing for Episode 52!

Get 10% off all purchases at pigeonroofstudios.etsy.com through June 30th, 2011
by entering code " nevernot11 " in the checkout process.

This offer is exclusive to the Never Not Knitting podcast listeners and blog readers.


Click HERE to download the Episode 52 MP3 file.



20 comments:

MaidInEngland said...

Another brilliant episode, with another equally brilliant give-away! Thank you :)

Isabelle said...

As a bona fide cat lover I really enjoyed Christa's essay :)
The giveaway is going to be fabulous.

Aurora said...

I knitted the booties that you mentioned in the podcast. I used a sport weight yarn and here is the Ravelry page that shows my nephew modeling them. http://www.ravelry.com/projects/elenorgamgee/saartjes-bootees

They are the green ones and if I remember right I did the size with 15 stitches on either side.

Hope this helps you!

kristal135 said...

Cool podcast thank you. Pigeonroof yarns look truly amazing I am going to make a purchase for sure. The Manzanilla looks like one you would like Alana! Thanks again for the fun podcasts. Kristal135

Karenza said...
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Karenza said...

Sorry, suffering from technological confusion. I'm looking forward to more yarns arriving in the Pigenonroof Studios shop.

Stephanie Brim said...

Yay! Love all 6 skeins of Pigeonroof that I'm currently planning projects for. :) Listening to the podcast now!

juliedonahue said...

Thanks for another great podcast episode! (And what an awesome giveaway!) I always enjoy your podcasts and look forward to new episodes!

k.g gray said...

I am so happy your podcast is back on for another season.. Congrats on the new baby, and for a great and fun show..

gjarshird said...

Love your podcasts GJarShird

Knitcrazy said...

I just love listening to your podcasts..
You are inspiring me to want to make all the lovely patterns you talk about...
Those pigeon yarns look so georgeous...I don't know if this is the right post place to enter for the winning but if it is... I would LOVE to Feel them and knit something with them.
Thank You, Penny
pennyknits ( RAVELRY)

Tammy said...

Please enter me in the drawing...pigeon roof colors are wonderful.

Tia said...

First podcast I heard from Never Not Knitting. Where have I been?! Also, love PRS fibers. Yum. :)

Acipenser said...

Your podcast is my favorite one. Love your voice, the great mix of content and the giveaways ;-) Glad to hear you are feeling better. If you are not sure about the baby booties, try the stay-on baby socks at http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/stay-on-baby-booties-4 I made them in 4 ply and 6 ply sock yarn in both sizes, which fit newborn to six month old. And they really do stay on!

AllisonScoon said...

Another lovely wee podcast. With reference to the saartje booties. I made them a few days ago. Using Debbie Bliss Cashmerino and the larger size I got 3 1/2" bootees and researching sizes this was 0-3 months or large newborn. I cast on 39 sts and made the same bootee 3 3/4". You easily get 2 pairs from one ball. I made mine slightly shallower for a baby girl like a ballet shoe but the principal the same. On ravelry I'm time-not-cash.

Gene said...

Thanks so much for introducing us to Pidgeon Roof! Incredible yarn and colors!

ladiesoftheknit said...

I love your description of falling under the spell of the Pigeonroof yarn. Thanks!
Susan

Karen9877 said...

I'm sitting in a hospital, tapping this out on an iPad in the relative darkness. Was hoping listening to the podcast would put me to sleep. It didn't, sso I am doing the next best thing and entering the drawing!

karen said...

BEAUTIFUL YARN. WOULD LOVE THIS ONE

karenlambert@cox.net

Paula K said...

I'm always so pleased when there is another podcast of yours to listen to! You do things in a lovely way, whether patterns or podcasts.

Love the Pigeonroof Studios yarn, too!