Thu, 30 August 2012
Knitcircus Podcast #18
The gals talk about a big pile of fall knitting books, knitted volcanoes, knitted Snape and life in the Evil Lair.
Mentioned this podcast:
The Sock Report, Volume 1, by Janel Laidman
Note from the last podcast: Susie Myers/Susie M developed the Contiguous Shoulder Method of putting together a sweater. I'm not exactly sure which pattern the knitter at Camp was working on, but someone has kindly put together a list of the patterns using this method if you want to explore...
Thu, 9 August 2012
Amy and Jaala are back! Podcast 17 sees our knitters working many yards of linen stitch, attempting synchonized diving at home and cheering for everyone in the Olympics. (Amy's recovering from medical stuff, so please go say nice things to her on Facebook! --Jaala)
Podcast 17 is brought to you by Green Mountain Spinnery.
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Elvis Illusion Knitting by Steve Plummer
Olympic Synchronized Diving
Blue Moon Fiberarts Smoke on the Water
Custom Knits 3: Accessories by Wendy Bernard
Knitters' Handy Book of Top-Down Sweaters, by Ann Budd
Anne Hansen, of Knitspot
California Revival Knits, by Stephannie Tallent
Jaala couldn't find the link to the striped, top-down sweater pattern by Susie M; please tell her if you know it!