Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Episode 5: Skype to the Rescue!

Get Episode 5 here!

In which we gab further about Sockapalooza, more knitting disasters, a trip to NYC, Rhinebeck, and, as always, sock yarn. And in which the wonders of modern technology allow Amanda to join us again!

New York:
Purl SoHo
School Products
Spring Awakening

The Loopy Ewe
Interlacements Sock Gang
Sunshine Yarns
Cherry Tree Hill


Friday, August 17, 2007

Episode 4 - Knitting Disasters

In this episode Ariel, Catherine, and Cassandra wax poetic about life, trips to Chicago, and the contents of their Sockapalooza packages. Oh... wait, that was the unedited version.

Seriously, we recorded for over an hour so this one was severely edited!

In the version you're going to hear, we talk about what we're knitting (lots since the last podcast!), our Sockapalooza socks, and knitting disasters. There's even a little contest.

The links - very few this time!

Monkey Socks by Cookie A.

Pembrokeshire Pathways Socks by Brenda Dayne from the CraftSanity podcast

Fitted Knits


Saturday, August 11, 2007


Yay I finally got my invite to Ravelry!
I'll be slowly adding a little every day, but I'm there.
My top secret codename alias is: grateblue2

Thursday, August 9, 2007

Episode 3 Links

Sorry it's taken so long to get the links up for Episode 3.

We're still working out how to record Amanda over Skype without echos (we use one mic for the rest of us since 5 headsets is not practical if even possible) but we hope to get that under control soon. Also I've had a cold so I wasn't going to make you all hear me cough and sniffle this week.

On to the links:

Sockapalooza Four


jean nee the yarn of much name pronouncing

Nature's Palette




Knitting Vintage Socks home of the Gentleman's Socks in Railway Stitch.



Blueberry Sock Yarn Yum...

Harry Potter Movie - it was awesome, but you already knew that.

Russell Orchards has biting insects, berries, and sheep!

Ravelry - I'm beginning to think we can't go even one episode without linking to Ravelry.

Three Bags Full by Leonie Swann.

Friday Night Knitting Club

And we managed to use the word perpendicular twice in the podcast!