Episode 106: Nothing New Under The Sun

I seem to be knitting the same simple patterns over and over so this week we’re looking at the joy of familiar favourites. Plus we catch up on what else I’ve been knitting lately; there’s a new yarn to tell you about and a brilliantly bonkers video.

Spillyjane patterns

Idlewood, Featherweight, Color Affection, Cameo

Schoodic cardigan, and my version for my little brother

In Threes baby cardigan

Knit By Numbers

Poste Yarn – striping sock yarn

Goats that sound like humans

Singing Goats

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5 Responses to Episode 106: Nothing New Under The Sun

  1. Liz says:

    The singing goats. Oh my goodness. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Sylvie says:

    Thank you for this wonderful Podcast! I don’t generally listen to Podcasts because I haven’t found one I can connect with in quite the same way as yours. I really love top down knits. I wish every sweater in existence could be top down. Like different kinds of books, I like to knit different kinds of knitting depending on my mood. I’m all for doing something simple to knit in a car or just to get the job done quickly. I’m currently knitting http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/wonderful-wallaby for the second time. Great pattern, though unfortunately not top down. I do love your way of putting links into your Podcast too, so we can follow along at the same time. Thanks again!

  3. Anna Friberg says:

    Thank you so much for a fantastic podcast!
    Actually, I was listening for the first time. I can promise you that it was not the last :)

    I also love plain raglan sweaters. This winter, I made a whole bunch raglans in bulky yarns for christmast presents, and of course, a couple for myself.
    But I realized that I knit them too fast, so I got some DK-yarn instead. And now I found Ysoldas latest pattern Blank Canvas! It is really promising. I started with the yoke now :)
    One of theese days I must try to make one top-down. It would ease my nervousness that I’ll run out of yarn before the sweater is finished 😛

    Thanks again for your wonderful cast!
    Anna Friberg, Sweden

  4. Coffeeiv says:

    I have watched and shared the screaming goat/sheep video at least 15 times in the past 12 hours. Something is seriously wrong with the way I relate to others.

  5. Lea says:

    Just watched the goats (that nearly came out as coats with my dyslexia but I kept it on track), thank you so much for sharing. It hurt to laugh as I’m recovering from a kidney infection but it was worth it! I wish when I was at my worst with fever I could have sounded so human as these creatures 😀

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