Episode 29: Gift

If you can’t face any more Christmas knitting, then this week’s episode may help, as we take a look at knitting kits so your friends can knit their own gifts. Plus there are more podcasts for you to check out; a run through some free patterns on the Rowan website; and a fabulous collection of knitting oddities.

Wool & The Gang

Keep & Share

Fifteen

Kim Hargreaves

Fiber Beat

Knitmore Girls

Rowan

Threadbanger

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8 Responses to Episode 29: Gift

  1. WonderMike says:

    Another lovely podcast and I’m not just saying that because of the fantastic plug for my own podcast. 😉

    THANK YOU!!!!

  2. Cecily says:

    Thanks for the fantastic episode and all the great tips! I was listening to it on my way to work this morning. Can’t wait to get home and look at all the new podcasts and websites you found for us.

    • katie says:

      Thanks Cecily, just hope you enjoy them too!
      You’re very welcome Wondermike! (Please tell us you have a knitted cape as well as your podcasting superpowers?!)

  3. Rosie says:

    Dear Katie,
    Love the podcast. I am writing from the US. I’m a fan and wanted to post a review of your podcast but iTunes won’t let me. Apparently since my account is US based I am not allowed. The error message I get says I can’t “purchase” anything on the UK site. I contacted support and told them I’m not trying to “buy” only trying to post a review on the UK site because the podcaster is from the UK. His advice was to “report a concern” so I reported it as a “problem”. Sorry. If you can figure this out you will get a lot more American reviews. In the meantime you can “change country” from your iTunes Store home page (all the way at the bottom), once in the USA you can search for your podcast and see the American reviews.

    • katie says:

      Hello there Rosie, thank you so much that’s really very kind of you to try and post a review, but yes, it seems you have to stick with the country you’re based in. Thanks for the instructions too, someone on Ravelry told me that only yesterday – and wow, I had no idea all those reviews were there! You’re all very kind and lovely people! I think as long as people see a review or two from the country site they’re using, that’s fine to give them an idea of what the Sheep is about.

  4. Henriette says:

    Where is the episode?

    I just discovered your fabulous podcast and listen to every episode I can find, but no. 29 is gone. Could you please send it to me via e-mail? Or tell me where I can find it?

    Henriette from Berlin, Germany

    • Hoxton says:

      Oh dear, I’m sorry about that! I don’t know why that episode should be missing and will try and get it back up as soon as I can. I don’t have immediate access to episodes that old, as they’re in storage on another hard drive, but I’ll see what I can do.

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