Showing posts from October, 2012

Episode 31: A View to the Queue

Download   | Duration: 01:06:14 Book Talk starts at 43:36 Gradient Shawl KAL Fishknits Invictus Yarns Royal Hare Calendar of Hope 2013 Barb’s Baby Colorwork Hat Barb’s Wonder Wave Cardigan Tracie’s Textured Mitts by Wendy Bernard Tracie’s Seedling beret by Alana Dakos Tracie’s Azzu’s Shawl by Emma Fassio Tracie’s Skullkerchief by Knitty or Nice Tracie’s Honey Cowl by Ann Maria at madelinetosh Barb's Trick or Treat Socks Coffee Club Cowl by Ellen Donohoe Zitron Unisono sportweight 50 Shades of Teal by Brenda Castiel Fingerless Pomatomus Gloves Fishknits Panache Fingering Wonder Wave Jacket by DROPS Design Sirdir Snuggly Crofter Baby Fair Isle Little Lamb from Spud and Chloe at the Farm by Susan B. Anderson KnitPicks Wool of the Andes Cambrian Cowl by Alana Dakos from Coastal Knits Misti Alpaca Baby Me Boo The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown Twisted by Amity Hope The Anniversary by Amy Gutman Ferris Beach

Episode 30: We Love Fiber Retreats!

Download  | Duration: 00:32:42 No Book Talk this episode Cogknitive Fiber Retreat 2012 Lambtown 2012 A Verb For Keeping Warm The Yarniacs Podcast CFR 2012 Official Colorway by  Desert Vista Dyeworks Spindling Instructor Extraordinaire DataKnitter Pat The Loopy Ewe Mother Bear Project Stranded Knitting Instructor/Cookie Provider redsknits aka Sister Mary Eileen Our Gradient Shawl KAL 50 Shades of Teal by Brenda Castiel Wolfe Farms Slipped Stitch Studios Alpenglow Yarn Forbidden Yarns The Tehachapi Project (Official CFR 2012 Shawl Design) by  Fickleknitter Redfish Dyeworks

Meetup with the Yarniacs!

Tracie and I spent a day with Gayle and Sharlene - hosts of The Yarniacs Podcast !  We spent a delightful morning exploring A Verb For Keeping Warm in Oakland, then had a nice lunch.  They are two delightful (and stylish) ladies.  We did not lack for things to talk about.  Hey, we're all podcasters so we know how to talk! If you haven't listened to their podcast, you're missing out.  I'm just sayin'.  Get on over there and give them a listen.  You'll be glad you did!