Episode 52: Knitting For Others

It seems that Christmas is determined to arrive as early as possible this year, which reminds those of us knitting gifts that it’s time to start planning our patterns for the festive season. So this week we’re taking a look at the pitfalls to beware when knitting for other people. Plus there are two new knitting podcasts to enjoy; a delicious UK yarn to review; and another classic You Tube video to celebrate the heady metropolis of…. Newport?

Nuurdy Girl podcast

Voolenvine Yarngasm podcast

Artists Palette Yarns – Cloud

Fiber Beat – Brooklyn Tweed interview

Newport video

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4 Responses to Episode 52: Knitting For Others

  1. Abby says:

    Great podcast! I’m new to listening to podcasts and have been hunting for goods one. I’ve listened to many but yours is by far and away the best I’ve come across. Love your music, too. Now I look forward to listening to your previous podcasts while I knit. Thank you so much.

    And, FYI, I placed an order with Artist’s Palette–not the Cloud yarn though–and mentioned to them that I found them via your podcast.

  2. Anna says:

    Thank you so much for the great podcast (as usual) & for the YouTube link, I went to Uni in Newport many moons ago and it just cracked me up, made me feel quite nostalgic, I can’t stop humming the tune now though!

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  4. Charlotte says:

    Loving the show, Sheepy! They’re great podcasts for the walk into work and I’ve found all sorts of things via the mentions on them too.

    I just wanted to comment about the curse of the boyf/girlf knitting. I’ve not ventured into this yet, but used to do a lot of sewing and you could guarentee that once I’d made current beau a glorious Christmas stocking, they’d be off the Xmas card list for the following year. The natural and navy linen one I made for a Scottish chap with a Saltaire on the cuff was one I’m very bitter about…


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