Episode 19: Hoxton & The Handmade

 

This week Electric Sheep goes back to its roots with a show all about the knitting and the handmade. With a knitting hero, a warning to anyone planning some Christmas gift knitting, the new issue of the Twist Collective, some fabulous knitting graffiti and…a ukulele?

This week’s links:

Wallace & Gromit – Plus it turns out there’s a whole exhibition with them at the Science Museum!!

Twist Collective – with a few patterns that caught my eye, Peyton; Novak; M’gonigle

Knit the CityWeb of Woe

Amanda Palmer and Radiohead show how it’s done

The Christmas patterns (which are all in Ravelry):

One Row Scarf; Wisp; Porom; Icing Swirl Hat; Endpaper Mitts; Chevalier Mittens; Bella’s Mittens; Fetching; Garter Mittens; Minimalist Cardigan; February Lady Sweater; Heather Hoodie Vest; Owls; Every Way Wrap; Coblestone.

Get in touch: hoxtonhandmade@gmail.com

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5 Responses to Episode 19: Hoxton & The Handmade

  1. Camille says:

    That song was AWESOME! You have a lovely voice. So modest too. :}

  2. Veronica says:

    You did a great job with your uke playing and your singing voice is lovely too.

  3. Katrina says:

    Getting closer to the present…

    Just wanted to say that your music at the end was wonderful! I wasn’t prepared for the singing…expecting just some instrumental thing…well done! And I always find it interesting that people with accents (er….not American?) tend to sound very American when they sing. I wonder why that is.

  4. Henriette says:

    You have a really lovely voice and the uke playing was great! But most of all I admire your bravery to sing in your podcast. Well done!

    Hope you had a merry christmas!

    Henriette (still in 2009 with my listening of your podcast but catching up and hoping you will find episode 29 soon)

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