Yesterday… we podcast from afar!

Howdy multicraftual people of the ‘verse (yes, firefly reference). Here is our third “blogisode” and first attempt at podcasting from different locations. Technical difficulties abound but hopefully you can stick it out and we promise to get better in the future!
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Show notes:

Introductions to the group:
1to1- Carla
sissy1138- Lauren
celheal
Susan93940
sheepyknits – natalie
happy cooking – arletha
gabieone – deborah
ekaterin4luv – christine

Favorite Things:
Liby – rose petal jelly (award winning folks)
Jessie – quilt that friend Sarah made me

Liby FOs
shrimp aka Drops 120-19
Pagewood Farms Yukon in Watermelon
size 5 or 3.75mm circular
-shrug
-rainbow snoods!

Jessie FOs
Eiffel Tower Shawl: own design
madeline tosh dk in “french grey”
size US 6 (4mm) 40″ circular
two skeins mr. yarn competition/giveaway as well as stockinette zombies KAL
inviting people who want to test knit the pattern for me
earl grey socks by Stephanie Pearl McPhee/Yarn Harlot, knit on size 1 (2.25mm) 32″ addi circ. in pagewood farms yukon “grace’s hat” colorway
– sewn apron for one year wedding anniversary

Garter Yoke Baby Cardi by Jennifer Hoel in Lion Brand Cotton Ease using US 8/5mm
Darcy Shawlette, info on last blog entry’s show notes, just wanted to show what it looked like blocked 🙂

Liby WIPs
Oaklet Shawl by Megan Goodacre
Online Supersocke 100 in Emotion III
size 5 or 3.75mm circular

Jessie WIPs
lacy baktus by
for a friend out of her old cowl (unknown yarn)
size US 6 (4mm)
striped simple stockinette sock for the brit’s birthday
size US 1 (2.25mm)
using opal yarn in the zorro colorway
– casting on “Leafy washcloth” by Megan Goodacre (www.tricksyknitter.com)
in sugar and cream cotton
size US 8 (6mm)

Other topics of incredible interest:

Liby:
different drummer belly dance group
-Spencer Pride

Jessie:
– look at my silly attempts to make a comic about my life!
– also look at our logo in development

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4 thoughts on “Yesterday… we podcast from afar!

  1. You all are too much fun!!! And DO share your distance podcasting techniques with others!! In fact, you can start marketing yourselves as doing this. 🙂 U R soooo coool!!!

  2. Just discovered your podcast. It’s very fun. I especially respect how calm a cat Mr. Pancake is, Libby!

    I found your podcast because I admired the Eiffel Tower Shawl, which I saw on ravelry today. Jessie, I’d like to volunteer to test knit it because I’ve got some Wollmeise that I think would work up well in it. If you already have too many volunteers, however, I’ll totally understand. In case you’d like to see my work, I’m jcoop on ravelry (also on twitter).

    In any case, I look forward to watching more of your video casts. best wishes, Jan

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