Saturday, April 22, 2006

Episode One: Knitty D Takes on the City

Welcome to Knitty D and the City!!! Two girls, four sticks, three Beagles, and not enough yarn in the world!

Wendy and Knitty D experiment with the traveling recording studio...

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DELICIOUS links from this episode:


Yarn Harlot's Blocking Extravaganza

Rosie's Yarn Cellar - Buy the Half Pi Shawl!

Folk Shawls, Cheryl Oberle, Interweave Press

2006 Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival

Koigu Koigu Koigu!

Elizabeth Zimmerman's Knitting Almanac

Barbara Walker Stitch Guide(there are four volumes; many local yarn shops carry some/all of the books-I ordered mine through knitpicks.com, so here is there link)

Loop

Blue Sky Alpaca Silk

Getting Started Knitting

You Knit What

Our PodSafe Music


Nicollette by ST. CHRISTOPHER, Aeria Records

Rubber Raft, David Vesel

Mr Sunshine!, after touch

Me, My Music and My iDog Jesta

Always Evermore, Eric Dietrich

Happy Rinaldi Sings

Episode One Photo Gallery


Fast and WRONG!!!



Interview with Grace Anna Robbins


Grace poses with "her book!" Great Job Grace (and Lisa and Courtney!)

Folk Shawl Chat

Christina's sampler shawl in progress; can't wait to share the finished project!


Yarn Sluts

Wendy's Koigu Elizabeth Zimmerman Pie Shawl Extravaganza


What did Maggie eat?




This is all the remains of the Brittany Birch...

The scene of the crime: my living room floor---the "clap" lays helpless...I found the other needle (what was left of it) on the couch

14 Comments:

Blogger Christine said...

"Koigu Elizabeth Zimmerman Pie Shawl Extravaganza"

SWOON. Oh my, what a beautiful combination of words. Now I can't WAIT to listen to the show!

2:52 PM  
Blogger Theresa said...

Can't wait to listen (and will let you know what I think then), but the iTunes button didn't work. I found it in iTunes when I searched for Knit podacasts, though, so I'm guessing there's something wrong in the middle.

2:30 PM  
Blogger Christine said...

Whoo hoo! I get to be the first person to comment AFTER listening to the show TOO! Wheee!!!

You guys went with me as I drove to school this morning. It was like having a hysterically fun chat with two friends while I was driving. Seriously, if I had had your phone number, I would have called you then and there to comment back on things you were saying. I loved it THAT much.

You already know about the sound issues, and it sounded like you resolved them with the addendum recording at the end of the show. Now I really, really, really want to come to Philly to knit with you guys and Grace in person. Can we go to the pub afterwards? And can we go to Rosie's to visit the Koigu? I need Koigu.

I can hardly wait for the next show!

(Oh, another tip ... open these comments up to others, as non-Blogger users probably won't register just to comment. And we all know how good the comment love is...)

3:58 PM  
Blogger Sherry W said...

Wendy! You ratted out Knitty D!
Don't feel bad, ladies. Yarn diets are for suckers!

You both sounded GREAT! I love the show, keep it going!

6:57 PM  
Blogger Sherry W said...

Oh, and I'm *so* with you on the lace thing. Philly Summer O' Lace.

6:58 PM  
Blogger Theresa said...

What fun! I love the dynamic between the two of you.

And Folk Shawls - "much loved but not much knitted" pretty much describes my life. I think it was the first knitting book I ever bought, and it was years before I ever made anything. There's just something magical about that book . . .

7:58 AM  
Blogger Squeaky Weasel said...

You guys are my favorite new podcast! Love the casual chat and everything about the format. Can't wait to hear more!

10:04 AM  
Blogger Knittymama said...

What a great show! You guys went right to my bloglines; can't wait for the next one.


I loved "Fast and Wrong" as it is way to familiar to me!

I'm tempted to go pick up "Folk Shawls" now. I'm pretty lace-phobic too, maybe I can get past it! :-)

12:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really loved the poscast. you and brenda dayne are now my favs. do more! Carolyn, CT

2:40 PM  
Blogger Alison said...

Ive been reading Wendy's blog for a while now and I really liked the podcast. Its the first Ive actually subscribed to. As a previous poster said; just like chatting with friends. (except Im not so quiet with my own friends!)

I look forward to the next episode.

3:58 PM  
Blogger Pam said...

Too bad you guys are in Philly...webs is having a big sale. I scored big. Love your 'cast, but turn down the music. I almost hit another car after some dialog which I turned up to hear, when the music came on LOUD. Try something besides a shawl (said while wearing a mohair shawl from XRX Ponchos and Wraps)
Also, please feel free to give some honest (not mean spirited) reviews. It doesn't help anyone to give something 4 stars if it is a 2.5 but lots of publications do that all the time. I would like to know if the size range is limited or the pattern consistantly overestimates yarn especially if I am mail ordering.
I enjoyed listening to your show but fix the sound.
www.roddyknit.blogspot.com

3:40 PM  
Blogger Liz K. said...

I did really enjoy your podcast. There some issues with the sound (as you know), but otherwise, I did enjoy the banter between the both of you, and your knitting translated well in an audio medium. I am a Philly knitter too (although languishing in the 'burbs...) and enjoyed the local-ness of it. Fast and Wrong was a great segment, as well as the yarn Sluts. Also, there is no link that I could find anywhere on the Rosie's site to purchase the Half-Pi Shawl...I'm going to call and get it! Congratulations to the both of you.

11:05 AM  
Blogger webhill said...

I am cracking up. I'm not done the episode yet, but great job. I'm laughing at your intro. I'm a small animal veterinarian who spends a lot of time talking to elderly widows whose 23 year old sole-companion feline friends are about to bite the big one, or who need a little help in that regard. And I knit. So. Yeah.

Did anyone tell you guys you sound like Shonda and Betsy from the Grey's Anatomy podcast?

Oh, yeah, and I'm in the Philly area too :)

9:38 AM  
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