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slightman Posted - 11/09/2007 : 8:44:12 PM
So there I am, listening to Knitpicks podcast and opening a package from Amazon. Kelly starts talking about these wonderful two books, Clara's Book of Yarn and Ethnic Knitting Discovery.

I am looking at the box I just opened up and there are the same two books!



Suzanne

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Janbie Posted - 03/10/2008 : 9:19:03 PM
Just listened to Stashn and Burn this weekend. Terrific stuff! And since the podcasters' names are WAY similar to my own daughters' names, it's destiny.

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Marg in Mirror Posted - 03/07/2008 : 5:50:30 PM
I have only recently discovered the KnitPicks podcasts, and I am totally hooked. To 'catch up', I started at #1; I have reached 23 now, and I must say, I've enjoyed every single one. She is funny, articulate and has a pleasant, soothing voice. I just relax, sip a cuppa and knit along. Wonderful!

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Lindakh Posted - 03/06/2008 : 07:00:48 AM
Knit Picks is one of my favorite podcasts, as is Ready Set Knit. I think they both have a good balance of "advertising" and information. Kelly doesn't usually talk alot about her yarns, but the recent episode where she discussed the new spring lines got me all drooly.

Oh yeah - I really like Stash and Burn, too. Can you tell I'm a knitting podcast junkie?

Linda
farmgirlnow Posted - 03/05/2008 : 6:33:48 PM
I love Stash and Burn. It has a lot of good info about current patterns. They have interesting yarny insight.
Janbie Posted - 03/03/2008 : 4:51:59 PM
I agree with you, Robin. My favorites are Kelley's and Ready Set Knit, too. I did like Vickie Howell's CRL, but she hasn't made a new one since the end of December

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COgirl Posted - 01/16/2008 : 09:43:23 AM
My husband just gave me an iTouch. I'm really getting into these podcasts now! I've gone back and downloaded the podcasts you guys have mentioned. It's a lot of fun.
Corddrymum Posted - 01/16/2008 : 02:01:30 AM
Knitpicks is one of my very favorite poscasts. She has so many helpful hints and great book reviews. My other favority is Ready, Set, Knit done by Kathy & Steve Elkins owners if Webs which is the best yarn store ever!
Robin C.
momslake Posted - 11/15/2007 : 9:44:47 PM
Thanks for the info! I found the podcast, downloaded and listened to it while I was riding my bike trainer! Great info on decreases! I never thought I would become a part of that "pod" anything community. Then my DP wanted an iPod as a birthday gift - now we're BOTH hooked.

I don't know if I want to listen to them all to catch up. Any other recommendations for "don't miss" episodes?

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douknit2 Posted - 11/14/2007 : 09:01:05 AM
I believe it is Episode 21 that she talks about decreases.
momslake Posted - 11/14/2007 : 06:31:45 AM
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Originally posted by douknit2

I was so bummed that Kelly didn't put out a podcast this week. She is one of my favorites because of her love of knitting and truly useful information. Her explanation of SSK has changed my decreases!



Which podcast was this in? I'm just getting started, and this makes me curious!

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douknit2 Posted - 11/11/2007 : 2:43:13 PM
I was so bummed that Kelly didn't put out a podcast this week. She is one of my favorites because of her love of knitting and truly useful information. Her explanation of SSK has changed my decreases!

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