1.31.2015

The Never Not Knitting Podcast : Episode 87 : All The Colors


Episode 87


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Enter to win a copy of 150 Scandinavian Motifs by Mary Jane Mucklestone (provided by Interweave Press)  as well as four skeins of Limited Edition Blacker Yarns Westcountry Tweed (provided by Blacker Yarns) by leaving a comment with your contact information under this post by February 15th. Only one comment per person please. There are two identical prize sets to give away... so two winners will be announced in Episode 88!

Thank you for listening!







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Melissa Littlefield said...

Oh so excited to see the new episode. I know what I'll be up to this Sunday while I'm knitting. Thanks for the podcast--super fun to listen as always :)

Bonnie said...

I love all the episodes!

Emily said...

I'm new to the blog, so it was such a treat tonight to find your podcast!

Nieves De Francesco said...

Looks very inspiring, would love to create something with these.

Nieves De Francesco said...

Looks very inspiring, would love to create something with these.

Bente Simone said...

New episode. Love it. I'm always looking forward to the next episode.

Helena Dias said...

Great post as always. Very informative.

Kathy said...

thank you again. I've had this book on backorder from my LYS for awhile! I've not tried this yarn before and it looks perfect for some cozy fair isle. I'm bigblueice on ravelry

TracyC611 said...

Enjoying the podcasts, thank you so much.

Catherine said...

I really enjoy listening to your blogs. I'm hoping to take part in the Alana-along too. Thank you for the chance to win the giveaway

Redrose_blackribbon said...

Looks fun!
I'm serialknitter07 on Ravelry

Linda Rumsey said...

Podcast was fun and informative. Many thanks.
lindarumsey on Ravelry

Frankie Carson said...

Loved the podcast! And a great giveaway!
Frankie
Knitwitsowls@gmail.com

mel said...

What a great giveaway, as always. Love your blog and look forward to it every month. Melanie1 on Ravelry

pinni said...

Once again, very inspiring. Just a wonderful giveaway.

to vrange said...

Perfect, now I know what to do next time my baby decides to take a nap. :)

Rozemie Vandekerckhove said...

I was listening to the new podcast, while i was knitting the foxy hat from your last one. I loved the stories, maybe i'll try some fair isle knitting next. Greetings from Belgium, Europe !

Lammas said...

It`s always nice to have a new podcast episode! (I´m Lammas on Rav)

Christina H said...

Thanks for the episode, hope you and your family are feeling well soon. What beautiful yarns! I'm Chrissaah on ravelry :-)

Bonnie said...

I always look forward to each new episode. Thanks.
Ravelry ID: bonniebon

Katrina Biggerstaff said...

Thanks for the episode! Mary Jane's work is just beautiful. I've just started exploring colourwork so it's perfect timing.

I've so got the perfect yarn for that hat pattern!

It's always lovely to hear from you, even if it's with a cold! Feel better soon!

Ravelry ID: katbiggs

Pollystyle Artisanal Baked Goods said...

I just started listening to your podcasts and I love them. Thanks

Carpenter Mom 11 said...

Perfect timing for another podcast with another snow storm!

Kaarina said...

Would be fun to win this! Thanks for the chance! :)

kaijaknits2 on Ravelry

Merna said...

I still have a wonderful sweater my mother brought home from a trip to Norway in the 60's. Some things are indeed timeless! Thanks for highlighting this book.

Jennifer Merkle said...

thanks for your podcast!
RAV ID jennifermerkle

Virginia Sattler-Reimer said...

Fantastic! Thank you!
Ginni on Rav

Karen said...

It was wonderful to hear Mary Jane's story -especially the part about knitting all the colors! I am a believer for sure. - Carrotmusic on Ravelry

Jayne said...

Wow - beautiful yarn and an amazing book to boot! What could be better. I just realized, I don't have a winter hat for myself and I'm a knitter! This would be a perfect solution for me :)

Brenda said...

Oh good! Something fun to listen to between commercials during the Super Bowl! Thanks for the great give-away. Hope everyone is feeling better.

Nancy said...

I've always been intrigued by color work with beautiful yarns like this. Thanks for the contest!

Sharon said...

Great episode - love your podcast and always love the fun song at the end. I've been a Mary Mucklestone fan for a while and have just finished her Castaway Tam which is currently my favourite hat!

Cecilia Spann said...

Can't wait to listen to this episode, looks awesome!
-appaloosa13 on Ravelry

Caitlin said...

Great episode, as always! Blacker Yarns sounds like such a neat company, I've always wanted to try their stuff.

punkconformity on Rav.

Laura at Beehive Rugs said...

Yeah a new episode! I will be listening to it Sunday! Love to create something with these!

K Frer said...

I'm Norwegian, and I'd love to have this in my collection! I'm cozycapecottage on rav and everywhere else lol

Rebecca Barnes said...

What a great giveaway! Thanks!

hudsonvalleyknits.com said...

I love MaryJane Mucklestone! Thanks!

Sheri said...

Love the podcast and MaryJane. Thanks for the giveaway!

Craftyslm Rav. ID

asp said...

Been thinking about getting back into color knitting and this would be a lovely way in. Thanks! Asp on Ravelry.

Kathy said...

I love Mary Jane's designs. My username on Ravelry is kathoderaytube. Thanks.

Richard McNamara said...

Thank you for another great give away...it looks really fun!
Mcnamara3@comcast.net
Pam

weirdoccurrencemagnet said...

That looks like a wonderful book.
Rav ID: emeier

slmiller8 said...

Thank you for another incredible give away-I would love to try that yarn!

toomanyufos on ravelry

Craftyziti said...

Thank you for another great giveaway! Love your podcast! Craftyziti on Ravelry

Christa Hannon said...

Very beautiful!

darah said...

Yay! We're having a snow storm -- perfect timing! And beautiful yarn.
I'm darah7 on ravelry

Beverly Davis said...

What a generous and lovely giveaway! Thank you!
Rav ID: bdgrammy

Victoria Bolton said...

Thanks for your patterns and podcast. May you never stop knitting!

Kelly Ramstack said...

I'm hoping to knit Christmas stockings for my family using Scandinavian designs since my husband's mom's side comes from Norway. This book would be really helpful for that project.

RAV: wolfcreeker

Charly Derham said...

Oooohhhh would love to win this

Ravelry: charlyfeathers

Molly Synnestvedt said...

So Beautiful! Can't wait to try it out! And btw, I'm knitting up your Oak Trail hat right now, and loving it!

Molly Synnestvedt, or norskstrikk on Ravelry :)

katherinelynn_04 said...

What a lovely looking book! I absolutely love drooling over all the lovely motifs available, and reading about their backgrounds.

katherinelynn04 on rav

TracyK said...

Ooh! What a lovely giveaway. I've been coveting that book since it came out and those yarn colors! Totally ones I would choose.

I'm elephantsknit over on Rav

mary dobbie said...

I love your podcasts! Thank you!
marydob

Stefanie said...

I'm pretty new to the podcasts and have been checking back far too often for the latest one! I'm Milkshed on ravelry.

Isa said...

Thank you for one more great episode and a great podcast. You can find me on ravelry as iribeiro

Catrina Lyttle said...

Inspiring! Thanks for a great giveaway!

Amy Calkins said...

Such beautiful yarn and food for inspiration. Thank you for your own genius at designing . I'm working my way through Botanical Knits I and II, but may have to make a detour for the new hat with leftover yarn from Sprig.

Mandy McElrath said...

Fantastic episode! I've had that book on my wishlist for ages. Great giveaway!
Rav ID: mrsmcelrath

Unknown said...

Thanks for introducing me to MJ Mucklestone. Her color pattern are wonderful!

Jennifer Kluender said...

I have always wanted to use Blacker yarns. This would be awesome to have. I am so glad your son is not fighting your handknits anymore.

Laura said...

Alana, As always I enjoyed your podcast. I've never tried color knitting, it intimidates me but I'm feeling inspired to try! Thanks for the little nudge. ;-)
Laura aka Quiltedwings on Ravelry

Rebecca said...

Snow storm here today, so love that there is a new episode...thanks for the chance to win! Rav ID :dustytreeknits

hanne said...

Oh, wow. This book looks stunning. I've been knitting for three years now, and my 2015 resolution is to learn colorwork. My ravelry id is hannehanne

Anderea Vaughan said...

Love Podcasts plus love MJM so hoot hoot send this prize over. :-)
Rav id jilangmartyl

Brandy Velten said...

The yarn looks beautiful and a color work motif book is exactly what I'd use it for. Thanks for the giveaway.

Elizabeth said...

Loving these colors and I am totally in a fair isle phase right now. The college work still gets done in spite of itself though. :)

Sharon said...

Fun podcast - personally I've always claimed that red SOCK are warmest :-)

Hanni macht Faxen said...

O, I would love to get this book! And the wool...

regards

Hanni

Barbara Druid said...

I am so excited about finding your wonderful Podcast and to top it off with maryjane mucklestone telling a story...Sunday heaven...i am so happy...Thank you...

Shannon Sponagle said...

Thanks for the podcast and the giveaway!
Shannchris on Ravelry. :-)

Mireia said...
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Sarah Hunt said...

Oh, man...a new episode for the commute AND Blacker Yarns AND Mary Jane Mucklestone!!!! Trifecta of awesomeness

(Swenstea on Rav)
FiberTrek Podcast
www.fibertrek.wordpress.com

Mireia said...

OOh!! Lovely podcast as always
knitandletknit@gmail.com

tokkilee1 said...

Oooh I want this soo bad!

Ravelry ID: amberweinberg

christina vosloo said...

Have not knitted a fair isle yet, just admire the work done by other knitters. Think it is time to give colorwork a try.

christina vosloo said...

Have not knitted a fair isle yet, just admire the work done by other knitters. Think it is time to give colorwork a try.

Jody said...

I enjoyed the podcast.
Akagriff on ravelry
Or akagriff@yahoo.com

Teresa Velasco said...

I love the book and, of course, everything you design and share with us. I'm teresafelina in raverly

Keya Kuhn said...

Wish I could attend the retreat! This is the first podcast I've ever actually listened to and it was great! Thanks for sharing! I've always wanted to add some Blacker yarns to my stash, too.

cynthialeigh said...

Looks like a beautiful set! Thanks for the chance to win.
cynthialeigh2 on Rav

2spotknit said...

I just purchased your 2 books on botanical knits because after knitting oak grove and seedling I am smitten! Thank you for all the creativity and beauty that you contribute to our world. I can't wait to get my books in the mail and then I can join the KAL. That shall be new and interesting. All the best to you and your beautiful family. Perhaps we will run into each other at Rheinbeck one fall!
2spotting Rav

lesley said...

Hi there, I am new to your podcast but am enjoying catching up very much. Seven years ago my husband and I stayed at Mendip house which is in Somerset, it is a glorious area and hear your describing the wool brought back a lot of memories for me. Looking forward to making your hat. Cheers lesley

Claire said...

Oops forgot my email address: claire@clairecanhelp.com

yellowblue said...

Thank you for the giveaway! Love your patterns and your podcasts :)

Oneday Designs said...

Oh how I would love to win the beautiful yarn which comes from my neck of the woods. Also, a great looking book by Mary Jane Mucklestone. A winning combination. My Ravelry ID is: onedaydesigns

Jessica said...

What a great give away! I love Mary Jane!!
Rav Id: jpeled

missmayflower said...

The book looks fantastic and I love Blacker yarns and what they stand for. Superbowl starts this afternoon, so it will be a good time to knit and get introduced to these podcasts everyone loves :)

Sandra Seidel said...

What a fun podcast! I especially loved the story this episode : ). I want to knit all of my children (grown now!) color work sweaters & the yarn sounds beyond beautiful. Thank you for the opportunity to win it.
Joined forever by yarn, Sandra

Maureen said...

The book looks wonderful!! I would love the opportunity to try Blacker yarns.



Rav ID acornknitster

Tobie said...

I would love to try that yarn.
Trl710 on rav

asteride said...

Yarn and a knitting book. What is better than this? Thanks for the great giveaway.
asteride on Ravelry

jo rocknak said...

Your book looks great MaryJane. I would love to try some of these patterns.

hodges00 said...

That yarn looks so lovely. I'd love a chance to knit with it!

Jennifer said...

Colour work is fun! I'd love to add this book to my library and try out those yarns.

Great giveaway Alana.

Tiffany said...

I have just become very interested in fair isle and Norwegian and Scandinavia knitting. Howntimelybthis would be.

Margaret said...

I'm a fan of MJ Mucklestone and fair isle knitting, and am just discovering all the scrumptious yarns out there. I'd love a chance to win this. Looking forward to listening to your episode too!

Alison Makin said...

Colourwork is my goal for this year. Thanks for another great podcast episode.

alilou78 on Rav

FabricFascination said...

I would love to get into some fair isle knitting. Thank you for this opportunity.

Your newest hat pattern is really sweet. It is going in my queue.

I am kimbuktu7 on Ravelry.

Heidi Fenenga said...

This was the first podcast that I have listened to, and I really enjoyed it!

Jean said...

What a lovely, generous give away! Thank you on behalf of whichever 2 lucky people win (here's hoping I'm one!)

Rebekah said...

Hope you're feeling better!

What a great giveaway, fingers crossed!
Ravelry id: flutterbysong

evianlake said...

I love doing stranded colorwork motifs. What a cool set. Thanks as always for the chance to win. I'm ShadowAP on Rav.

bluewaterlilies said...

Beautiful!

Ravelry: Ridley Cat (no space).

Karen said...

I love Mary Jane. I have taken her Craftsy class and I own one of her Fair Isle Books. I am making a cowl using her designed patterns. I would love to win this prize. Thanks for having Mary Jane tell the story this time. Thanks Alana for such a superb podcast.

ctubbs2 said...

I would love to win this. Knitnspinr1 on Ravelry

EBS said...

What a great prize, love the yarn!
Rav: WintonB (Elizabeth)

Sally Oakley said...

How stunning those Blacker Yarns are! Very much enjoyed this episode and hope you're feeling better soon Alana. (sallyravels

Sabrinaquilts said...

Oh I so wish I can go to a knitting retreat. However, I don't know if I want to take all those classes too. I am amazed at how much knitting you get done. I too have a lot of time on my hands but I can't seem to finish projects as fast as I would like. You must be a fast knitter! Sabrinaquilts on Ravelry.

Judi said...

What a great giveaway - thanks Alana!
Judigo on Rav

Erin W said...

I was fortunate to take a class with the divine Ms. M this past year - what a great teacher and sweet, knowledgeable mien! This would be a great prize to win to further my colorwork obsession! :)

You should check out the Madison Knitters Guild Knit-In retreat, held every February or March; this year it will be Feb 20-22. We have it all - superb classes, a wide variety of vendors, nationally-known feature speakers/teachers, fun activities outside the classroom, and the friendliest group of knitters in the world (as well as the largest - our guild has about 575 members!). You can learn more at madisonknittersguild.org

rav: erinw4

Erin W said...

I was fortunate to take a class with the divine Ms. M this past year - what a great teacher and sweet, knowledgeable mien! This would be a great prize to win to further my colorwork obsession! :)

You should check out the Madison Knitters Guild Knit-In retreat, held every February or March; this year it will be Feb 20-22. We have it all - superb classes, a wide variety of vendors, nationally-known feature speakers/teachers, fun activities outside the classroom, and the friendliest group of knitters in the world (as well as the largest - our guild has about 575 members!). You can learn more at madisonknittersguild.org

rav: erinw4

Chelin Jamie Hu said...

What a treat this show is, been planning to start my first real fair isle knit for a while and this will be perfectly useful! Thanks!

feva said...

Hello, great giveaway :)
my Ravelry ID: feva

Victoria Denyer said...

I keep hearing about Blacker yarn and would love to try it.

My Rav ID is wikinz

Joanne Young said...

Thanks for this interesting episode Im going to try to knit with more british and irish yarn this year so it was great you featured Blacker Yarns. Mary Jane's story was fun I'm taking a colour work class at Edinburgh Yarn Festival .
Hope you all get well soon ! Jo

Linda said...

Loved your podcast as usual. The book and yarn look like a fun prize to win.
Lmecoll on Ravelry

Sally said...

Ahhh...I've been thinking about entering the world of podcast listening, and wondered where to begin. Having just purchased both BK books, I now know the perfect place! Thanks for the opportunity to win MJM's book and the lovely yarn.

Jessie McKitrick said...

Thanks for the great episode; I especially loved Mary-Jane's story about first trying Shetland yarn!

{having}my druthers said...

Another very lovely episode! Thanks so much for keeping us entertained during these cold months! What a lovely give-away as well!

Tracey

Lina said...

What absolutely lovely yarn! I also really had to laugh at the thought of cabling with a match stick, and not knowing what the fourth needle was for!

AmH said...

Love your podcast! thanks for the chance to win

thefoxgrove said...

I'm a new listener, and I must say I love your podcast! Perfect to have on in the background while I knit. :)

Christine said...

This yarn sounds so lovely and the book looks so inspiring.

hivetender said...

Love your blog and al your patterns.love the botanical books. Happy knitting.
Hivetender on ravelry

Btbroderway said...

Can't wait to listen to this on my run!! btbroderway

Jessica Johannesen said...

I am just starting to get into colorwork designs. this book would be perfect!

Greg said...

What beautiful yarn! And an inspiring book. I would love to win these and create something awesome. :)

-greg, KnittingDaddy on Ravelry

Jennifer in Ohio said...

Wonderful giveaway!

Rebecca McCoyer said...

Scandinavian motifs always inspire! rmccoyer on ravelry

Jennifer Chase-Rappaport said...

That totally inspires me to get back to doing some colorwork! JennyRBK on Ravelry, rocketboyknits@gmail.com

MegR said...

Oh wow, what a resource, 150 Scandinavian Motifs is beautiful! meagan(dot)radford(at)gmail(dot).com.

710 East Myrtle Avenue said...

Thank you for a wonderful give-away!

KarenB said...
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KarenB said...

I had the pleasure of taking a class from Mary Jane last year and I wear the wrist,ets I made regularly. Kbrtmyr Rav ID

Laura said...

The yarn and the book both look fantastic! Thanks for another great episode, Alana, and I hope you're feeling better! - BlueCanoe on Ravelry

Betsy said...

Fair Isle is one of my favorite techniques! I'd love to knit a sweater for my new baby from these patterns and yarns. Thanks for the podcast, and hope you're feeling better soon. I'm "babzer" on Ravelry.

Wendy Wilken said...

Would love to play around with Fair Isle a little more!
Rav=nendy

Sewramirez said...

I have just started to get into color work knitting and this book looks like a fun give-away!
sewramirez on Ravelry

Vanessa said...

What lovely yarn! Perfect for Fair Isle knitting.

Maria M said...

This looks like fun to try! Thanks for offering. nysunshine on Ravelry.

Christina said...

Hi Alana!
Thank you so much for your work -- it was fun to hear Mary Jane's story. I learned how to knit over the holidays and haven't stopped since! "Never Not Knitting" indeed!
My dream is to do fair isle and this Scandinavian motifs book and accompanying yarn (!) is super exciting :). Thanks for this giveaway offer! My Ravelry is chriyb.
Cheers! Feel better and stay warm ~
Christina

Lydia said...

Oh my! a fabulous giveaway, can't wait to listen to the episode.

Lifeandyarn on ravelry

Tagati said...

Aloha,

Your retreat is on my bucket list since I once resided on Adak.

Tagati on Ravelry

Sarahel said...

So glad to see another episode to enjoy. And the chance to win either of these is just too tempting. Many thanks for both.

Penny said...

I would love to win !

sara said...

Hi Alana: Thank you for another great episode. You and Mary Jane kept me company while I shoveled about a foot of snow from our cars, driveway, and walkways. sarapomegranate on Ravelry

Mandy said...

Just discovered you podcast! Thanks for sharing - it was a great listen.

Savannagal said...

This book has been on my wish list for a long time. What a wonderful opportunity. Thanks for a terrific podcast and giveaway. Savannagal on Rav.

Ali Heyer said...

Recently found this podcast, shortly after I re-found how much I like to knit. I actually have the time to do it now! Thanks for a great show, it makes my work week more fun!
Ravelry id = ballpointpenguin
p.s. If anyone want to be Ravelry buddies, I haven't really made any friends yet!

katrina said...

That is some gorgeous tweedy yarn! I recently fell head-over-heels in love with tweed, when I discovered Rowan Fine Tweed at my LYS (I bought ALL THE COLOURS!). (thornythistle on rav)

little Bean said...

So nice. I'm on a fair isle kick right now (Ursula Cardigan).

Ravelry: nightmaji

sfcmarmara said...

I'm a big fan of Mary Jane's books. Also yours!

I hope I get to meet you at Stitches...

sfcmarmara on ravelry

Tommi Trujillo said...

Thanks for the great giveaway! Loved this week's episode.

Juliaknit said...

What a great prize! I love fair isle.

Juliaknit on Ravelry

Anita said...

Hi Alana,
Oh those patterns look yummy!
Cheers, Anita.

JANET said...

Looking forward to listening to the podcast while knitting some colorwork. Thanks! (Hoping to win to give my 200 Fair Isle Motifs a friend...)

Jean Cross said...

I am finally caught up to the current episode after listening to all 85 previous episodes. Now I can actually enter one of your wonderful drawings! Love the podcast and your beautiful knitting style!

monica said...

Would love to win this giveaway!

mbk808 said...
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mbk808 said...

I would love to master fair isle knitting, the yarn and book would certainly help!

Outofthisworld on rav

Kirsten Nielsen said...

Love th e podcast and your patterns are so lovely

Lisaknits said...

I always enjoy your podcast. So happy to hear that the boy wears the knits now.
Lasknit@gmail.com

annamae said...

Been enjoying hearing about the baby and kid knits you've been busting out lately. :)

Chloe said...

Thank you for thoughtfully pairing up the giveaways. The knitting story is so funny and inspiring too.

Ferran Moreno said...

Hi Alana! I'm Ferran (FerranMoreno on Ravelry) and I've just began listening to your podcast (I was only a silent reader until now). I've loved it, so I'll try to listen to the older chapters.

Thermosweet said...

This yarn sounds so exotic! I loved Mary-Jane's story too

Auntea said...

Love color work so much and would love to play with those yarns and book:)

Sally said...

What a great prize package!

Jersey Shore Deb said...

Another very enjoyable episode--I loved your anecdote about the older woman who didn't like the idea of your using olive green to knit for a baby. I've been in that situation too!
Also loved Mary Jane's story. It just goes to show, never give up on knitting!
Would love to win the great prize package.

Penelope Ziarnik said...

What a pleasure it is to listen to your podcast, Alana! I sit and knit and my soul is satisfied. Thank you for all your inspired work!

Jamie Schull said...

I love your podcast! Thank you for the chance to win the beautiful yarn and lovely book! Hope you all feel better soon.

LYNETTE O'NEAL said...

I am always excited when your podcasts shows up on my feed. I am very excited to enter this month to win the yarn/fair isle motif.

I'm passionknit on Ravelry.

Thanks!!

Kim said...

I love colorwork, and this yarn would be fun!

Dariasmom on Ravelry


Yvonne McEachern said...

I just listened to my first episode and will be sure to listen to more! Thank-you!!

Yvonne

(ymknits on Ravelry)

Paleo said...

Loved the episode!!

Lucia Pane said...

Your episode was wonderful as usual and I agree that those yarns would be perfect for a fair isle pattern!

RTone said...

Mary Jane is a true inspiration.🐏

Eliz T said...

Great episode. I would really love to try more color work.

Kristen said...

Glad your family is on the mend. I NEED that book! It looks awesome.

Tiffany said...

Loved the story by Mary Jane. I would love to know why her neighbor ripped out her first projec though!?!?

Emily said...
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Emily said...

What a cool book!

Heather said...

That was a really fun podcast! Hope you are feeling better!

deedalee said...

Another great episode. I'm so happy that your hard copy patterns will include a pdf code, that's such a great feature. Thank you. I hope to see you at Stitches West.

HaveFaith said...

I would love to do the fairisle designs in this book. The yarn looks very exciting.

Katie said...

Love MaryJane! I'm knitting her Super Soul Cardigan pattern at the moment. Excited to hear the interview

Emily said...

Mary Jane Mucklestone, an inspiration as usual ! Thank you so much for your stories!

Natasha said...

I loved Mary Jane's story as much as I love her colourful knitting! What a wonderful giveaway! I'm VitaLamm on Ravelry.

Chris said...

Hi Alana - new listener here! I love the beautiful colors and the nature-inspired design and am gearing up to participate in the Alana-along. The LYS story is, well, not as rare as one would like, but hopefully the message is slowly percolating through.

Andrea Slonecker said...

The yarn and book sound amazing! Thanks for the introduction to both of them. I love heathery-tweedy colors!

Kristina said...

Great episode and what a fun prize! So many options... :)

TheFoxandtheOwl said...

Hope you're feeling better. Fair Isle is a big knitting goal for me, so here's hoping! Thanks for the chance and nice podcast.

Cynthia Willard said...

Thanks for that wonderful interview. Hope you are all feeling better (try honey!)
Colorwork..I've only done 2 color knitting and the idea of having 100 different colors of yarn makes me woozie! I'd love to start with a hat or some fingerless mitts.

Carreen Warner said...

I love Mary Jane Mucklestone's patterns! It was wonderful to hear her story on the podcast.

Carreenwarner on Ravelry.

Cindy said...

Loved the inspiring story! The knitting stories are my favorite part of your podcast. Thanks!

Romykins said...

Great episode! romykins on rav.

Grandmatutu said...

I'm into fair isle right now, so that book and yarn would be lovely! Thanks, Alana! Mary,
RAV: Grandmatutu

Breadbun said...

My first ever Never Not Knitting podcast , so happy I found your blog. I love Blacker yarns, I think what Sue does with fibre is amazing and I am so into colourwork just now, the book is on my must have list.
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/stitchygirl. Stitchygirl on Ravelry.

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