6.26.2012

The Never Not Knitting Podcast : Episode 63 : Growing Pains



Episode 63



Click here to download the mp3 file for Episode 63







Enter to win a copy of the book, Knit Local, as well as two beautiful skeins of 
Tanis Fiber Arts yarn by leaving a comment under this blogpost by July 15, 2012. 
Please do not forget to include your contact information!
The giveaway winner will be announced on Episode 64.

Please email me your personal knitting story to share on a future episode! Send your 5+ minute story recording to nevernotknitting@gmail.com and receive a knitting related thank you gift from me!
Contact me for details.

Thank you for listening!






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Kamigaeru said...

A book AND gorgeous yarn?! Wow, a very generous giveaway. It's almost too much to keep for oneself...
(Kamigaeru on Ravelry)

juicyknits said...

Wow, I'm in.
juicyknits on Ravelry.

It was very funny to hear about your trip to the yarn shop with your kids. I could so easily imagine that.

lilpixie said...

That yarn looks yummy :). Wonderful giveaway.

writeknitreadpurr said...

Oh, my, what a terrific giveaway! And a new episode, so hooray!

cupcakeknitstoo on ravelry

Scotiaknit said...

Gorgeous yarn. And a book?! What a fabulous prize!

Monita said...

Interesting book and lovely yarn...me wants... :-)

Monita on Ravelry

cocoavanilla said...

Book and yarn! Wow!
The car trip with your son screaming brought back memories. So sorry you had to go through that.
I may never forget the trip from WI to MI when our youngest son screamed almost the whole trip. We were all miserable. Thankfully they do grow out of it! :)

Thanks for a another great podcast!

washi said...

Wow! I would love that book...and the skeins of course :)

washi.inct@gmail.com

Felipe said...

Looks Beautiful. Great giveaway.
ckaknits@gmail.com
bedhills on Ravelry

Lynn said...
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Lynn said...

Looks like a lovely book- a kind of Knitter's travel guide! I have never knitted with cashmere- sounds yummy.
I'm lynnpwatson@yahoo.co.uk
or knittingmum59 on Ravelry.

therese said...

What I love about this book are the local yarns and farms from Central Virginia. They are literally in my backyard! knitzincville on ravelry

Amy Lamash said...

A book and yarn! How awesome!

Johnston4kids said...

Wow, great prize! Thanks for hosting this give away. Johnston4kids on rav.

Katalin said...

Fabolous giveaway!
cseburaska on ravelry

Retha said...

what a great giveaway!
RethaKnitsAlot on rav

Pat Hensley said...

I love your podcast and would love to win this!

Loonyhiker on Ravelry

rldelponte7 said...

this would be a great package for some summer knitting! glad you are back to podcasting!

lindajeanne on ravelry

Galaneia said...

That book looks so interesting. I'm Galaneia on Ravelry.

I could just imagine that car ride, and was wincing in sympathy.

Tetiana Otruta said...

Great giveaway!
Otruta on Ravelry or
Email: tetianaotruta(at)gmail.com

Biscuit said...

Would love a copy of this book!

Biscuitgirl on Ravelry

Janelle Wertzberger said...

What a lovely giveaway. I just love all these indie publications that are appearing. They all have local flavor, even if they don't say "local" in the title. Thanks!

heather said...

I love this book, and the yarn looks soo yummy! Thanks for the giveaway and another wonderful podcast!

Sylvia said...

What a fabulous giveaway! I want it.

Sylvia j
Sylvia@cotonz.com

Christine said...

Squee, wonderful giveaway!

BellyLaugher on Rav

Molly said...

So pretty! That yarn is gorgeous.

Sarah Sunshine said...

Ooh, yes please!

Jodi said...

Wonderful giveaway! I always enjoy your podcast. :)

rav: caffeinatedyarn

JodyH said...

I love the idea of knitting with local yarns, so this sounds like a great book to have. And the yarns look like they would be wonderful to knit! JodyH on Ravelry

Julia said...

What a timely book. Eat local, knot local! Thanks for the chance.

captainsharmie said...

wow, what a giveaway! thanks so much for sharing.

ravelry: captainsharmie

Rae Lynne said...

Oh my! I LOVE TFA...it is such a dream to knit with and the colors are so beautiful. :)

Thanks for the giveaway!! :)

(raelynne01 on Rav)

bbundrant said...

Beautiful yarn and delightful book; what a wonderful giveaway. Thank you for taking time to do this! bbundrant on Ravelry; bbeavis@vetmed.wsu.edu

Amy Munson said...

Toss my name in the hat for the chance to win the book and the yarn, both look wonderful.
(inthefold on Ravelry)

Dilia said...

Awesome prize! I would love to knit with that beautiful yarn and read that book!
(wispywinds on ravelry)

cindymen said...

What a lovely give away! Of course I would love this book and yarn. Thank you for your podcast.

cindymen on ravelry

Judi said...

pick me, pick me!!

judigo on Rav

collegeknitting said...

I would love to win a copy of the book or the yarn! Thanks so much for this great give-away.
gnomesbeatfaeries on ravelry

katherinelynn_04 said...

I've always wanted to try TFA yarn, but has has so many pretty colors I can't choose!
katherinelynn04 on rav

Team Sparkle said...

I'm so in...Tanis is the best!
sophreiber@gmail.com

sillylittlelady said...

Generous giveaway, the yarn looks wonderful :)

sillylittlelady said...

Generous giveaway, the yarn looks wonderful :)

Judy said...

Hi Alana,
I listened to your podcast while I was at the gym this morning. Thanks for the yarn reviews. I will be starting a sweater with Quince yarns in the next day or two - or maybe 3? - and loved hearing your assessment. I can't wait! Have you tried Sundara yarn? I love their silk blends.
Your giveaway sounds fantastic. I would love to win, as I never win anything! If not, I guess I may just have to purchase the yarn and book on my own!

xo
judyinthedyes on Ravelry

tifflobner said...

It was great to meet you at Knit and Pearl Boutique. The giveaway sounds great.
Tiffany Lobner
tlobner on rav
tiffanylobner@sbcglobal.net

KatieB said...

Drat! Just back from my morning hike and failed to check for a new episode BEFORE I went out. Instead I had to listen to a tech podcast. So glad you're back with us.

Gail from Maine said...

I loved your detailed comments about the Quince yarn. My husband, whose factory combed and spun the yarn, smiled when he heard it. Thank you for appreciating the thought and craftsmanship that goes into making a fantastic product.

Meg Roke said...

What beautiful colors! mooch on ravelry

Ashley said...

Thank you for the opportunity to enter for the lovely yarn! My name is MistyMtnDesigns on ravelry

Jenn said...

What a wonderful give-away! I'm a little backwards, as I'm posting before listening, but I can't download the new episode until tonight - I'm looking forward to listening! I'm iknitalone on ravelry.

RRM said...

I would love to win this yarn I have been getting email from Quince and Co. and would love to make something with this yarn.

Julie White said...

Can't wait to listen! Thanks

Heather said...

That was a fun Podcast... I know how you must have felt with the screaming baby, it's a wonder they don't fall asleep! It was fun to hear the knitter's story, nice to know that we all start from humble beginnings.

Snickerdoodle Smith said...

Oooo! A lovely giveaway!
Snickerdoodle5 on rav.

Margo said...

Great giveaway. Count me in.

Laura said...

Ooh! A book I've been dying to read! And lovely yarn too.

Jessica Snell said...

Yay! I was hoping you'd have another podcast out soon. :) And the yarn is beautiful - Tanis does such lovely greens. If I win, I'm "Vanauken" on Rav.

rebekah said...

Wow great giveaway! Rebekah@scruffian.com

lakchi said...

I love their yarn and the book looks fantastic!
LAKCHI on Raverly

afolkins said...

wow, fantastic prizes. Thanks for the chance.
guppymommy on rav

turner said...

this book has been on my list to get for some time! Thanks for the opportunity. ctvt on ravelry

Abby said...

Good luck with your latest projects and thanks for the entertaining podcast and give-a-way!!

k2ntrish said...

Love the Tanis and Tanis story. The yarn is beautiful. I know Santa Barbara so like hearing about my neck of the woods.
hotknitter on Ravelry

kanani said...

Beautiful yarn and a book of patterns! Love. Thank you!

kanani on ravelry

Meredith said...

I love your podcast and I love TFA! What a great giveaway!

Melanie Ann said...

So very nice, a Book and Yarn!! I love your patterns. Thank you for being you!

Charlotte said...

Oooo...what a lovely giveaway! Love the colors in the yarn.

yarnsandtales at yahoo dot com

1Geek2CraftAll said...

Book, yarn, quite a lovely pile to win.

Pyra on Raverly

Catie said...

lovely giveaway - so interested in both the book and the yarn.

Catiecat on ravelry

Catie said...
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Rachel said...

wow, what a great giveaway! The book looks really interesting-a great way to support your local economy.

misslillyknits on Ravelry

Debora said...

Another beautiful giveaway! (dimples74 on Ravelry)

Doula Mommy said...

What a fabulous giveaway! Yarn stores and children, always a "fun" combination. I used to have my 18 month old (he's now 3!) on my back, and hold tight to my then 3 year old (now 5) very tactile boys hand, and have my daughter, then 4, hold on to a toy, or whatever yarn I picked out so she couldn't pick up the yarn! Fun times.
Jessica, MonkeyButtBabies on Ravelry

dclulu said...

Lovely!

Linda said...

Wow, you always have great giveaways!

Sheila said...

That yarn is gorgeous!

Papayamaya said...

I would love to win this giveaway! RavID mayapof

Charlotte said...

what lovely colours ... and that book! .... thanks for this chance to win (shortlette on rav)

knittylynnie said...

I have been thinking about buying Knit locally and I would love to try out new yarn. knittylynnie on ravelry

Pinkylee said...

Love the color of the yarn, not like I really need new yarn but can never resist pretty yarn
Tammy
Pinklady on Ravelry

Monica said...

I have so missed your podcasts, I am thrilled that you are doing them again. This is a fabulous prize to win, so I'm hoping...

joyceetta said...

Nice contest Alana. Glad you are back podcasting.
joyceetta on Ravelry

Sangeetha said...

welcome back and those colors are gorgeous!

mary reigstad said...

Those are my colors! Love them.

Maryse said...

Thank you for that great giveaway and the new episode!

rinebird said...

I love Tanis Fiber Art yarns & the book.A great Giveaway.rinebird on Ravelry

Rachelle said...

The yarn is beautiful!

Marina said...

beautiful yarn and book!

mma on ravelry

Donnaj said...

Now I am in 2 minds about the whole knit, eat, grow local idea. In principle I think it is a good idea. But then I think we are a country (New Zealand) wanting to sell produce to the world and we want people to buy it . To tell you the truth I decided to try to knit with only NZ wool and have found that to be difficult to get the range of yarn that I would like. But having said that it would be cool to enhance my stash with such gorgeous yarns and books are highly valued in my house. I enjoy your blog keep it up.
Donna
jefferis@clear.net.nz

Unknown said...

That yarn looks scrumptious :-)

amandapanda on Ravelry

Jessica said...

What a fabulous giveway. Love your stories btw......

gardenJess on ravelry

Louise said...

Another great podcast :) Thanks for the generous giveaway, we miss out on so many of these beautiful yarns here in Australia.

BookkeeperGrammy said...

I love the idea of "knitting local". I recently moved to Texas and was surprised to find out about all the Alpaca farms and mohair goat ranches. The Tanis Fiber yarns look gorgeous - would love to knit with it.
Love your podcasts. Always hear something useful and amusing.

BookkeeperGrammy said...

I forgot to include my contact info after my comments
Rosemarie Zera
rosemarie@profitseekers.ws

Andrea said...

You finding the cable needle in bed made me laugh! It totally reminded me of when I work up clutching a ball of yarn!

photoknitgal said...

I love buying local. I'd love to learn more about it.

mel said...

Love the giveaway and would love to win! Melanie1 on Ravelry.

Bianca13 said...

I really enjoy your podcast. Great giveaway. Would love to win this beautiful yarn!

Siren said...

Hi Alana

I would so much like to win both the book and the yarn you are offering in this podcast episode! Tanis yarn was the first ever yarn I bought from overseas (it was a small knitting kit for fiddlehead mittens). I was soooo happy when I received her incredibly nice coloured yarn and Tanis had put in a sweet personal note which I just loved! She is incredible

pens and needles said...

My absolute FAVORITE color -- how I'd love to win and make a shawl from that lovely yarn!!!!
jantaber on Ravelry

Laura said...

What a great book and yarn!! I would love to win!!!

earthymama42 said...

What a great giveaway! Thanks again Alana!

earthymama42 on Ravelry

Monique said...

Gorgeous yarn and a terrific book! Thanks for having this giveaway!

Beth W. said...

Thanks for the fun! Pretty yarn! I have 4 boys...the thought of taking them into a yarn store for anything longer than 3 minutes makes me cringe and start apologizing for whatever they might do in the future...2 I can handle...all 4? Now that takes the fun out of it!

Yhime407 on Ravelry

Pretty Knitty said...

So glad to have you back to the podcasting world...haven't listened to the podcast yet, but I keep meaning to pop in and say "hi!"...so, HI! Be well, and knit on!

Leigh said...

I'm sure we all have stories of first sweaters and acrylic yarn. It's always nice to hear that I'm not the only one who started out that way! Although I actually still wear my first sweater around the house. Thanks to Tannis for the story and the yarn donation, and thanks to Alana for the podcast.

Leigh
leigh dot forsstrom at gmail dot com

Jenlyn said...

What a wonderful book! I love that it actually lists the US yarn producers. Sometimes it's difficult to tell when a company is US but uses other wool or is international and uses US wool or what on earth is going on! I will have to buy that book if my luck doesn't pull through in this drawing. :)

jc184304 (at) ohio (dot) edu

Jasmyn said...

Such a great giveaway! Thanks!

Jas330 on ravelry.

loanrho said...

Generous giveaway! Thanks!!
loanrho@yahoo.com

Elizabeth said...

Generous giveaway!!! Love Tanis Fibre Arts - One of my favorites!

avasmom2007 on ravelry

Mary said...

I have been wanting to make the hat on the cover of the book for a while - gorgeous!

Geraldine said...

What a nice giveaway!! Would love to win! Thanks for the opportunity! gerscott at yahoo dot com

Sabrina said...

Yes please!! Thanks for the great giveaway :)

bean1082@gmail.com

thewalshfam said...

The yarn is absolutely gorgeous! And the book sounds great, too! Thanks for the giveaway and another great episode!
Katie
Rnmama on ravelry

EBS said...

Would love a copy plus opportunity to try out new (for me) yarn!

(WintonB on Ravelry)

Sandy Mays said...

bEautiful Yarn!

Anne M.V. said...

Love the show, give away sounds awesome. AMS0731@gmail.com

newknitster said...

Just referred another knitter to you podcast! Thanks for the contest opportunity!

harriet said...

Lovely yarn and I'd really enjoy this book. Thanks for the chance.

Diane said...

I really enjoyed the show, and would love to add the yarn and book to my very small new stash.

Laura said...

That sounds like a neat book, and beautiful yarn! I'm BlueCanoe on Ravelry. Thanks for the chance to enter!

TrishKnits said...

Oh, yes please! What an awesome giveaway. Thanks!

D Louise said...

"Local" info! What a wonderful book this would be for my car travels--I'm a driving fool! I'm just about to set off on a loooong driving trip from the midwest to Kodiak AK--4000 mi without side trips--with the return part including an auto ferry ride, Seattle, and perhaps even the Bay area, so I'd love to have a source of fiber for side trips.

[Obviously, this travel will severely cut into my knitting time for the next couple of months!]

penelope10 said...

Tanis yarn looks so yummy!
Your little daughter was a real hit at the yarn shop! so cute.

mapleknits said...

wow a book and TFA yarn, what a giveaway! I would love to win this one :D (ravelry name: maplewoodknits).

ashley said...

oh wow that yarn is beautiful!

ashley said...

oh, ashleymccauley on rav ^

Marilyn said...

The book looks really interesting and the yarn is beautiful. Thanks for the chance to win!
marilynknits on Ravelry

Dixie said...

Ooooo so lovely! What a fabalous giveaway! :-)
Marianne40@raverly

Evelyn said...

I love TFA and would love to get my hands on that book! Thanks for the giveaway.

projectstashEL on Ravelry

linda said...

Lovely yarn and the story of two Tanis.

ami said...

so cute to hear about your daughter knitting and hosting her own little "meet and greet"! i would absolutely love to win this amazing giveaway!
littlegrey on Ravelry

Allison said...

great episode! i had fun listening! thanks for the giveaway. i'd love some of that pretty yarn and that great book.

natalie said...

Great giveaway! Would love to TFA a try, beautiful colorways!!!!
blissfulnat@yahoo.com

Irisha said...

Hi Alana, story about blue cable needle in your bed triggered my memory too. And so sorry for the trip with screaming child. I think I will never forget some of our trips like yours...
Shelter is spun in a "woolen" style, which is not often done for the commercial yarn. It gives more air and lightness to the yarn, but also pills easier. You can Google "worsted" and "woolen spun yarn" to get more in depth information.
Thank you for a great giveaway!

Irisha said...

Oops! I am - iris68 on Rav.

UmmRania said...

Amazing yarn, beautiful book. Thank you for the chance. I am going to listen to the episode this morning after all the kids leave the house.

ummrania on ravelry

Robin V said...

The book sounds wonderful; thanks for reviewing it. And the yarn is gorgeous!

littlemaze said...

Thanks so much for the giveaway. the yarn and book look divine.

littlemaze on ravelry

kleggett said...

I'd love the book and the yarn is beautiful.

stephigordon said...

This yarn is my favorite color and looks so beautiful! The book looks really good, too! Thanks for the chance to win! So glad you're "back"! (indigodogmt on Ravelry)

doulanana said...

Making swatches is so much fun! Maybe one day you can weave them all together and create a beautiful crazy blanket!
(doulanana on ravelry)

Nicole said...

Such a generous prize! Thank you for your podcast!

nkfoster21 on Ravelry :o)

Ruth Colville said...

Generous giveaway! Gorgeous yarn; interesting book!
Muttiruth on Ravelry

Millertime Productions said...

How fabulous!!!!

Cecile said...

Thanks for another great episode... among everyhting, I enjoyed listening to the all-american wools and Tanis knitting story (it's the first time I was hearing her voice!)
And this is such a generous giveaway, I LOVE TFA yarns and can't get enough of them!

hmsimoneau said...

I enjoyed the episode! Thanks for making time to podcast again!
hsimoneau on ravelry

eileen said...

What a very nice give-away chance. I am enjoying your podcast since I found it recently ... am trying to start from the beginning and keep up w/current too!

*starstofillmydreams* said...

I've been knitting Manu in Quince & Co. Chickadee, its a great yarn and so reasonably priced! I've been wanting to try out some of their other yarns, so I really appreciated hearing your thoughts on two of the Quince & Co. yarns.
(Ashley1313 on Ravelry)

j said...

I'm crossing my fingers!

SittinandKnittinpodcast said...

The book sounds great, and the yarn is a bonus! Thank you for the giveaway!

Sampras_5 said...

So pretty! Excellent giveaway!

Rav Id: Sampras

C Gibson said...

Beautiful yarn! Glad to see the podcasts back.

BunnySlippersocks said...

Thank you for another lovely podcast! <3 That book looks delightful and that yarn sounds like a treat!

BunnySlippersocks on ravelry

Cinnamon said...

I just love your podcasts! Great giveaway too. You have the best sponsers.

Ana said...

Wow! That yarn looks like a Caribbean lagoon...beautiful. Would love to win this. Funny story about payback time.........
Ana
anahuron@gmail.com

O~ said...

Tanis' yarn is so lovely to work with! I've knit a pair of socks in the color way Shadow (purple label) - super soft! So soft my daughter stole them. :/

What a wonderful give away to whomever wins!

0ctober on Ravelry

purlgurl53 said...

such a great prize...Alana I'm so glad you are back to podcasting..enjoying all the episodes

Karen R.

Kazoogal onRavelry

Jill said...

I'm a new listener and decided to start with #1. I'm now on #19 and decided that if I want a chance to win one of your wonderful giveaways I should start to mix up some new with the old.

As a side, your son was born on my son's EDD! My little guy came out a week later. His sweater wasn't nearly as cute as your cabled one. I knit the Baby Sophisticate (my first sweater) and he was so big he only wore it once.

I'm WhineIntoWine on Ravelry.

knittybarb said...

It all sounds wonderful! Pick me please...

slmiller8 said...

Loved your story about your trip to the yarn store, and your daughter signing autographs-I laughted out loud!

Jennifer said...

I'd love to win your generous contest!I'm jcrandall on Ravelry

andrea.hungerford said...

I love Tanis yarn - what a nice giveaway! (BlueberryHill on Ravelry)

andrea.hungerford said...

I love this Episode's giveaway - thank you!

Jasmyn said...

Another great podcast! Thanks!
(Jas330 on Ravelry)

KnitOnePugTwo said...

I finally am caught up! I've been behind on the podcasts (not enough gym time) and haven't been able to enter a contest in forever. Yay!

(knitonepugtwo on ravelry)

Laura said...

I've wanted to try Tanis' yarn forever. Thanks for another great episode!

Christina Lowry said...

I recently discovered your podcast via itunes after buying my first iphone. I just wanted to let you know that I am enjoying your podcasts immensely! They are perfect for when I get a chance to sit and knit while the children nap during the day. Many thanks! :)

Mr, Mrs. and now Baby said...

i love giveaways and your's are always so wonderful!
(mamaholmes on ravelry)

Wizzdumb said...

How nice it would be to win the book. Thanks for another great episode!

wizzdumb (on ravelry)

Victoria Stone said...

This book looks terrific and I love the local subject. And, what gorgeous yarn. Always so nice to hear your voice.
Victoria

tapestryknitter on ravelry

grandmastatus said...

Another great episode- it was wonderful to hear from Tanis! ♥

Grandmastatus on Ravelry

sue kent-stuard said...

so glad you're back. You were missed!

sue kent-stuard said...

welcome back! you were missed !

Dorothy said...

Thank you. What a lovely giveaway!

DJdeeKnits said...

Great episode! denham.donna@gmail.com

Evie & Lily said...

Loved the podcast, and what a great giveaway :)

Evie & Lily said...

Loved the podcast, and what a great giveaway :)

sue kent-stuard said...

so glad you're back. You were missed!

DebbieSoCalif said...

The book is appealing -- already found at least four things I want to knit. And the colors in those two skeins--ooooh! Would love to win them.
DebbieSoCalif on Ravelry

Catwoman5645 said...

Lovely giveaway. The yarn is beautiful.

Catwoman5645 on Ravelry

ikkinlala said...

Thanks for the great podcast and the chance to win!

NicoleS on Ravelry

Kelly said...

I love Tanis Fibre Arts yarn! And I'd love to win that book too. Thanks

Emma Burton said...

What a great prize! So addicted to this podcast.
emmajoyce34@gmail.com
EmmaJBurton on Ravelry

Jessica Powers said...

I can't wait for my work schedule to return to normal so that I can catch up with the new podcasting! Glad to have you back.

Jenny T. said...

I enjoyed this episode of the podcast! The book and yarn look wonderful! Jenny (jrt35 on Ravelry)

Jennifer in CT said...

Great giveaway. Thanks. I'm ctjennifer on revelry.

Amanda said...
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Amanda said...

So fantastic. Thanks for this giveaway! (capitalcrafter on Ravelry)

Ms. Theresa R. said...
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Rebecca said...

Would love this book...pick me random number generator!!! rebecca6923 on ravelry.

Diane said...

Glad to have you back!!!! The yarn and the book are a gorgeous combination.
ditetre on ravelry

Rlynn said...

I adore Tanis yarns!
Thanks fir a great giveaway, Alana.
I'm Rlynn on ravelry, or via email frosch at gmail dot com.

Eva said...

That book sounds interesting although I'm not at all US local (Australian local at the mo). I have some Puffin in my stash for the same reasons that you got your. Everyone talks about it! I got it last year at Loop in London and it will one day become a hat.

At the moment I'm working on Stasis, a Brooklyn Tweed design out of Loft. It is a very unusual yarn. Very fine but strong but also like you said easy to rip if you want to. I think the finished pullover will be so nice to wear!

And I've been eying Tanis yarns for ages but too stingy to order! :) That stuff must be great!

Kristen W. said...

Great giveaway-I've been interested in Tanis Fiberarts for a while now. I can so relate to being trapped in a car with a screaming baby...my son did the same thing on a vacation trip when he was 6 months old. It was brutal! Now that he's 2 we're giving it another try this summer...cross your fingers for us ; )
lilybea on Ravelry

Catherine said...

Love the idea behind the book.

CelticCastOn said...

So nice to hear Tanis in person.
I've had my eye on this book for a while and Tanis' colours are amazing!

flowerpotdesigns.ca said...

I love Tanis' yarn. Thanks so much!

dodiepsi said...

What a lovely giveaway! that yarn looks fantastic! (dodiepsi on ravelry)

Donita Porter said...

Lovely!
dgporterhouse at cox dot net

Diane V said...

The book sounds fascinating. I would love to win a copy. The yarn is BEAUTIFUL. I think I will spend some quality time on her website.
Thanks for the great podcast

Diane
(RAV ID: zoohouse10)

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