I cannot tell you how much I appreciate the podcast. I downloaded as many as my IPod would hold and made the trip from Canada to Texas so much more enjoyable and faster. The only thing is that I wanted to remember all of the books and patterns that were talked about. Glad I kept all 100 of them on my PC. Diane Schafer
Each day is there is a new podcast it is such a treat! Usually I make sure I am "All Set Up." You know; coffee, sitting at my computer, cell phone off and knitting in hand!! Thanks for keeping it interesting. I really like the trivia questions.
I been catching up on listening to the podcast because I had gotten a bit behind. I've been listening to you talking about Sock Summit and the drop spindle you purchased and the others who also do spinning in the office. It has inspired me to give it a try. Drop spindles don't seem to be that expensive and everyone really seems to enjoy. A question though. Will knitpicks every be selling the wool to spin (can't remember what that is called)? Will they ever be selling drop spindles? Just wondering. Keep up the good work on the podcast. They are inspiring and informative. I even enjoy hearing about the i-cords.
I was just thinking that it would be hilarious but useful to have a "stealth" option when ordering online from KnitPicks. Then the box would show up to my house without the incriminating Knitpicks tape on the box to let my husband know what I've been up to. Maybe the charge on the credit card can say "creative endeavors" or something similar. :)
Thank you for the podcast; as a new knitter who is learning from YouTube without much input from the real-life knitting community, it's great to hear news and learn about useful techniques (like dropped stitches) from such a friendly and down-to-earth voice.
Can you please tell me how to view and access the list of all the podcasts out there? I am recovering from shoulder surgery and listening to the podcasts would help pass the time while I heal. My life has been on hold since I experienced the shoulder injury back in June 2009. I will be eternally grateful!!!! Thank you.
I believe all the podcasts have been organized in much better order. I just read something about this. I wish I was more help, but there is a tab on the top of the page. Give that a try. Good luck with your shoulder and the healing process.
I am behind in listening but just wanted to share on your podcast about stash and saving. While it's great to have a library in your home of books and patterns. When I first started knittting by the time I bought yarn and needles I could not afford the pattern- your local library or maybe a $7.00 magazine or now the Internet and yoursite has several $1.99 pattern downloads. So I end up with more to spend on the yarn and needles but maybe just had to change from doing that exact pattern to a similar pattern. Love your show and products.