Sunday, July 19, 2015

Bayareaknitter Podcast Episode 7: A Mystery Knitalong and other Fibery Goodness!!!


Watch now to see how you can be entered to win a copy of the book "The Friday Night Knitting Club"! I will choose 1 lucky participant and will announce the winner on next week's episode!

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SHOW NOTES

Yarns mentioned:

Manos del Uruguay; Clara
http://manosyarns.com/

Anzula Luxury Fibers; Haiku: Charcoal and Mauve
http://anzula.com

Phydeaux Designs; Creme: Alchemy
http://phydeaux-designs.com

Noro
http://eisakunoro.com/

Snoqualmie Valley Yarn
http://www.toltyarnandwool.com

Jamieson's; Double Knitting: Moss
http://simplyshetland.net/Jamieson-DoubleKnitting.html

Links:
My Ravelry Group: Bayareaknitter
http://www.ravelry.com/groups/bayareaknitter
Join now to find out more about my Bayareaknitter Mystery KAL
We're using hashtag #BayareaknitterMKAL

Baa Baa Black Sheep Project Bag
by Justk33pknittin9 on Etsy
https://www.etsy.com/shop/JustK33pKnittin9

HopeKnitLove on Instagram

Last Week's Podcast Pattern Winners:
bella0500 & joy snow-workman
Please get in touch with me so I can get the pattern of your choice gifted to you on Ravelry!

Thanks for watching! Until next time... Happy Knitting!!!

3 comments:

  1. Hi Sweetie, I'm all caught up😊 I love your podcasts and I look forward to watching them!! Keep up the great work. You're such a blessing to soooo many people😘

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  2. Love your podcast, Christine!

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  3. Hi, I started watching once I found you through the MKAL, and now I'm current enough to post on time. ;) I wanted to say that I like how you stay focused on your world of knitting, and sprinkle in comments about life in general as they intersect with your knitting. It's a nice balance. I like seeing the yarns you've found and hearing about books and shops in addition to the projects you've made. I think reviews of yarn, books, and tools would be fun to see from your designer perspective. I’m a new knitter, so I’m also interested in hearing more about what styles of knitting and techniques are out there to learn, as well as get more perspective on how to pair fiber type with application. Finally, I'd like to hear more about how you got into the world of designing, if you can share that. Whatever you choose to cover, keep having fun with it!

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