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  • The Knitmore Girls Podcast A Mother-Daughter Knitting Podcast Gigi and Jasmin co-host a knitting podcast featuring regular segments such as "On the needles", "Mother Knows Best", and "When Knitting Attacks!". Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

    A Sleuth of Bears - Episode 595 - The Knitmore Girls - Knitmoregirls's Podcast

    This week's episode is sponsored by:         Carry your creativity with Erin Lane Bags! Whether you show your fiber fandom with the woolly wonder  Sheepleverse, or dive into history with the Curiosities collection, our project bags, totes, and hook and needle    organizers are at the ready to keep your hobby happy.     When was the last time your knitting yarn was a work of art? Infinite Twist produces one-of-a-kind semi-solid gradients featuring speckles, high-lights, low-lights, and gorgeous color transitions. From 700 y Giant Gradients to 200 y matching sock sets, Infinite Twist Gradients will hold your interest from cast on to bind off. See the currently available gradients at infinitetwist.com, or be the first to know when new colors are posted by signing up for our newsletter at infinitetwist.com/newsletter-signup   Have you ever had to frog because you forgot a step several rows back? Or lost your spot because you dropped your magnet board or lost track with your highlighter tape? Instead of wrestling with paper, use the knitCompanion app. It keeps you on track so you can knit more and frog less. knitCompanion works with ALL your patterns and is available for apple, android and kindle fire devices.   LoLo Body Care, formally Bar-Maids, creates exceptional moisturizers hand-poured by staff who add a good dose of heartfelt love to each one. Most all their supplies are made in the US, and their beeswax sourced from a local farm. Besides quality, the value of their product lies in that they last a very long time and are loved to the very last bit. They built their brand on being eco-friendly and their new packaging rocks. Their customers and customer service are rare and treasured jewels.   One minute PUPdate: Han's GoFundMe link Our 2008 interview with Cat Bordhi    On the Needles:(4:16) Jasmin is making steady progress, 2rd to last stripe on her Match and Move shawl. (by Martina Behm #behmalong); knitting it in Black Cat Fibers Nomad Sock.  Gigi is working on the 4th pair of Xmas socks,  in purple. First sock is ready to be kitchenered  Jasmin cast on her Bandit cardigan by Jacqueline Cieslak in Little Skein Harvest Sport in “Sugar Maple.” #MatchyMatchyKAL Gigi is swatching for another Treppenviertel cowl in a singles yarn from Lady Dye in apple colors  Jasmin Swatched and started her Jurek pullover in Lisa Souza Polwarth/Silk in “Styx” Gigi knitted on the (RAVELRY LINK) Flickering shawl  out of grey and Styx in Lisa Souza Dyeworks Deluxe Sock.  She is working on that at Jasmin’s house. Next step: border Jasmin finished her Lawrenson Pullover in Oink Pigments Dapper “Mommy Dearest”. Gigi worked on the Ridgeline cowl, R O Y G B I The main color is a dark gray-ish blue,  thinking of adding I cord edges  Gigi has cast on another cowl with the Knitmore cowl dimensions in Onyx yarn.  Swatched first    Check your voter registration here. Here's the Vote Tracker Gigi is knitting on an emPower the People cowl in Neighborhood Fiber Company DK in Remington. The decreases for the neckline are all that is left  Deep purple with some discreet, lighter streaks    Gigi has finished another tentacle. Opus the octopus now had six finished legs  (RAVELRY LINK) Baby bear hats.  Two have ears now    Events:(15:47) The Operation Sock Drawer book will be published in October. Call Hicklebees for a PERSONALIZED, SIGNED preorder; we’ll be doing a live signing! copy of Operation Sock Drawer on Instagram Bay Area Fiber Fair!  Ends October 15, 2020 XRX Stitches at Home  Halloween craft all the things  hosted by the Knitgirllls  9/15/2020 to 10/31/2020 #KALloween/ #CALloween!    Mother Knows Best:(18:12) Voting: zoom meeting to discuss ballot    When Knitting Attacks: (25:26) Gigi was working on the Ridge Line cowl. She used the wrong color. Jasmin tried to kitchener down the collar to be Extra. Fail, Fail, fail.   Knits in Space:(29:45) Direct to home release movies! Antebellum. Great British Bake -Off   And Sew On:(36:23)  Gigi is taking a virtual tailoring class at Cañada college. She worked on a bound buttonhole sample    She dug out a pillow back to quilt, and changed needle, the piece needed to be seriously basted   Jasmin mended a jumpsuit    
    1. A Sleuth of Bears - Episode 595 - The Knitmore Girls
    2. Aggressively Punning - Episode 594 - The Knitmore Girls
  • Pom Pom Quarterly Knitting Podcast Pomcast is Pom Pom's knitty and witty monthly podcast. Lydia and Sophie talk to all sorts of interesting fiber folk, as well as indulging in knit-chat and plenty of giggles. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

    Pomcast 60 - RUFFLES & STRIPES, OH MY! - Pom Pom Quarterly - Knitting Podcast

    Hey Pomcats! After a year's hiatus, wehave dusted off our microphones to bring you pun-filled chats about knitting, making, and all the exciting things that happen in Pom land. Recording separately from our abodes, Lydia and Sophie catch up about recent projects, the upcoming summer issue 33, and what life in lockdown means for them.Find the show notes for this episode here -https://www.pompommag.com/pomcast-60-welcome-back/
    1. Pomcast 60 - RUFFLES & STRIPES, OH MY!
    2. POMCAST 59 + KARIDA COLLINS OF NEIGHBORHOOD FIBER COMPANY
  • KnitPicks Podcast Find camaraderie and understanding as Knit Picks employees confess to their own knitting triumphs and complete blunders. Does any of this sound familiar? If so, tune in weekly for the further adventures of the gang at Knit Picks and any other knitters we can round up. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

    Episode 328: Our Knitting Mistakes - Knit Picks' Podcast

    Recently, during a meeting at the office the Knit Picks team realized that each and every one of us at, one moment or another has had an "AH HAH!" moment when we realized we were doing something wrong! A defining moment in every knitter's craft, there comes a time when you embrace a craft quirk that's special to you, or learn another way of doing something.  Stay tuned to hear about Twisted stitches, struggling to join in the round or swapping garter stitch for stockinette in a project. Also, we talk about whether we change how we're doing something or just roll with it and call it a "design feature" rather than a flaw!  We love these little moments and would love to hear some of yours! If you've got a good "ah hah!" moment from your crafty past that you'd like to share, give us a call and leave a voicemail at 360-334-4847. We'll be checking our voicemail often and might be using your messages in future podcast episodes! You can also record a Voice Memo on your phone and send that audio file to [email protected]  In the meantime, as always... happy knitting. Timestamps:0:00 Introduction 1:24 Stacey and Morgan 7:42 SIMS! 8:11 Hannah, Gerda and Hillary 14:57 Want to knit a scarf? 15:35 Lee and Erica 25:47 Credits
    1. Episode 328: Our Knitting Mistakes
    2. Episode 327: Modular Knits and Easy-Care Yarns
  • VeryPink Podcast VeryPink Knits, the companion podcast to the VeryPink Knits YouTube channel, focused on answering your knitting questions. With Staci Perry and Casey Bernard. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

    Podcast Episode 174 - The Carbohydrate Episode - VeryPink Knits - Knitting Q and A

    Things we talk about in this episode: Casey's new blog post, "I expected to knit more during the apocalypse". The article Staci mentioned Repairing Your Knits: Patching Repairing Your Knits: Darning The magnifying lamp I use I mistakenly said that kitchen scales are available on Ravelry...LOL. I meant AMAZON. Find Your Sock Tutorial Chart Learn to Knit Socks Toe-Up Socks Using German Short Rows
    1. Podcast Episode 174 - The Carbohydrate Episode
    2. We Are Back!
  • The Yarniacs Podcast Gayle and Sharlene talk about what they are wearing, what they are stalking, and of course, what they are knitting. Grab your knitting needles, your favorite yarn - or your favorite craft - and come knit with us! We are on Ravelry as gayleywayley and knitterninjashar. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

    The Yarniacs Episode 228: Knitting Organically! - The Yarniacs: A Knitting Podcast

    In this episode, we chat about Neighborhood Fiber Co's new 100% Organic Merino Studio Sock Yarn!
    1. The Yarniacs Episode 228: Knitting Organically!
    2. The Yarniacs Episode 227: Knitting and Wool in the News!
  • 2 Knit Lit Chicks A podcast about knitting and books Barb (the mom) and Tracie (the daughter) are obsessed knitters and avid readers. We love to talk about our current knitting projects and favorite books to read or listen to - we also review the occasional knitting book. Come join us! Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

    Episode 211: Then You're Just Hanging Out With People You Don't Like - 2 Knit Lit Chicks

    So sorry for all the barking dogs in the background of this episode! Recorded on Monday, September 27, 2020 Book talk starts at 17:50   The 2020 2 Knit Lit Chicks Fall Sweater KAL has officially started!  You can find all the details here.  Need some ideas?  Check out our BUNDLES! 👉 Beginner Knitted Sweaters 👉 Knitted Sweaters for Adventurous Beginners to Advanced 👉 Crocheted Sweaters   Our Mother Bear KAL is over!  What did you win?  Listen until the end of the podcast to find out.   Virtual get-together via  Zoom on Saturdays, 12 noon  PST - Details here   If you are an American citizen, PLEASE VOTE!   Are you registered to vote?  You can check your voter registration HERE   Tracie and Barb support the Black Lives Matter movement and encourage you to add your voice to the fight for racial justice and police reform and demilitarization.  Please donate if you can:   Black Lives Matter Southern Poverty Law Center NAACP Legal Defense Fund ACLU    KNITTING Barb finished Mother Bears 228 & 229   Tracie has finished: 1. Her Duotone Cowl by Orange Flower Yarns, using Debbie Bliss Andes (baby alpaca and mulberry silk) and Mirasol Nuna (merino, silk, and bamboo)   Barb continues to work on 1.  Vanilla Socks using and set of Fibernymph Dye Works Inversibles in blue and pink  2.  Holey Comfort Cardigan by Hinterm Stern using Holst Garn Coast Uul Bomuld in the Ice Sea colorway 3.  Bautista shawl by Celia McAdam Cahill in Invictus Yarns YakLux in the NoCKRs 2020 colorway 4.  Lineate by Elizabeth Doherty, using Knit Picks Palette in the Lipstick, Cream and Fog color ways   Barb has Cast On: 1.  Multidirectional Diagonal Scarf by Karen Baumer, using a Caron Cake   Tracie continues to work on 1.  Fiddly Bits by Jane Pihota 2.  Niamh by Isabell Kraemer in Miss Babs Katahdin in Smurf & Turf  3.  Little Unicorn by Lorraine Pistorio in Alexandra The Art of Yarn Pendleton   BOOKS Barb read: 1.  How Quickly She Disapprears by Raymond Fleischman - 2 stars 2.  Growing Up at Grossinger's by Tania Grossinger - 4 stars   Tracie Read: 1.  We Were Mothers by Katie Sise - 3 stars 2.  Vince and Joy by Lisa Jewell - 3 stars 3.  Mother by S.E. Lynes - 4 Stars    
    1. Episode 211: Then You're Just Hanging Out With People You Don't Like
    2. Episode 210: It Just Rolls Off My Tongue
  • Well - The New York Times The Health Benefits of Knitting The rewards of knitting and crocheting go well beyond reducing stress and anxiety. cancel
  • Sheep and Stitch 6 Surprising Health Benefits of Knitting Knitting can reduce stress, jumpstart literacy and reform inmates. It can even keep Alzheimer's at bay. These are just the many benefits of knitting! cancel
  • The New York Times How to Start Knitting (and Learn to Love It) You don’t even need that special crafting gene or superhuman dexterity. cancel
  • knitCompanion Join the Knitting Revolution! knitCompanion is a pattern tracking app for knitters and fibers artists. Our patented tools make tracking easy so you can enjoy the fabric you are creating, make fewer mistakes, and tackle new techniques. Join the knitCompanion group on Ravelry for ongoing fun KALs and community. cancel
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  • Amazon Best Sellers - Best Knitting Kits Discover the best Knitting Kits in Best Sellers. Find the top 100 most popular items in Amazon Best Sellers. cancel
  • Amazon Best Sellers - Best Knitting Books Discover the best Knitting Books in Best Sellers. Find the top 100 most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. cancel
  • Knitting Genius Free Patterns to Learn Knitting Knitting Genius is the best free knitting app to guide you while learning and knitting a scarf, a pullover, a beanie, a baby gift or any other accessories, thanks to video tutorials, a row counter and several free knitting patterns. cancel
    Get it on Google Play
  • Amazon Best Sellers - Best Knitting & Crochet Supplies Discover the best Knitting & Crochet Supplies in Best Sellers. Find the top 100 most popular items in Amazon Best Sellers. cancel
  • Stash2Go Ravelry on the Go Stash2Go allows you to use Ravelry on the go. It provides access to yarns, projects, patterns, and friends. Ravelry is the world's largest community for knitters and crocheters. cancel
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  • VeryPink Knitting Patterns and Video Tutorials VeryPink offers knitting patterns and video tutorials from Staci Perry. Short technique videos and longer pattern tutorials to take your knitting skills to the next level. cancel
  • Skillshare Knitting Classes Online | Start for Free Today Discover classes on Knitting, Crafts, Knit For Beginners, and much more. Get started for free today by learning how to knit your own headband. cancel
  • Udemy Top Knitting Courses Online Learn Knitting today: find your Knitting online course on Udemy cancel
  • AllFreeKnitting Free Online Knitting Class (Knitting Class: Part 1) Knitting has somewhat of a reputation about it. Grandmas, complicated charts, and quiet clacking of needles come time mind. But knitting has quite the history that comes along with it and has been around since about 1000 CE! And it's not just a hobby to take up in retirement. People of all generations love to knit because it can help you relax, and it even has some health benefits! cancel
  • Sheep and Stitch How To Knit for Beginners Learn how to knit for total beginners with this detailed knitting guide. Using video and photo tutorials, learn how to knit step by step through repetition. cancel
  • wikiHow How to Knit for Beginners: Cast-On to Cast-Off Knitting is a fun and useful hobby! You can create warm scarves, cozy blankets, cute sweaters, durable washcloths, and more if you know how to knit. It’s also a relaxing hobby that you can use to unwind at the end of a busy day. To get started, practice casting on, knitting in rows, and binding off. cancel
  • NobleKnits Blog We talk about yarn, knitting, and provide knitting tutorials, videos, and help. Join us for a knit-along or browse our free knitting patterns. cancel
  • Unraveled Ravelry Blog Ravelry is a place for knitters, crocheters, designers, spinners, weavers and dyers to keep track of their yarn, tools, project and pattern information, and look to others for ideas and inspiration. Ravelry is a great place for you to keep notes about your projects, see what other people are making, find the perfect pattern and connect with people who love to play with yarn from all over the world in our forums. cancel
  • YouTube VeryPink Knits I am a knitwear designer and knitting teacher. I combine these skills to create patterns with video tutorials that ease knitters into advanced techniques, such as socks, sweaters, cables, and colorwork knitting. I've been knitting for over 35 years. It's my passion. cancel
  • Ravelry Community Site for Knitters and Crocheters Ravelry is an inclusive, friendly website for knitters, crocheters, spinners, weavers, and dyers. We are made up of millions of yarn lovers from all over the world. Ravelry provides a personal notebook for fiber artists to keep track of their projects, yarns & fibers, tools, and pattern library, a rich database of patterns and yarns, and a community with thousands of forums and groups to connect with other Ravelers over any interest you could think of. cancel
  • Knitting Magazine Fusing fashion with the stitches and styles knitters love, each issue offers a wealth of designs and ideas including dozens of new and contemporary patterns for women, men, children, and the home. Plus there are plenty of popular tips on how your knits can work with the latest fashion and home trends. cancel

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