Saturday, May 20, 2006

Episode 4 - Happy Birthday Knitty D!

Episode 4 is here!

Click Here to Download Episode 4!!


HAPPY BIRTHDAY KNITTY D!!!!! Visit Knitty D at her blogspot and wish her a Happy 34!

The Amazingly-Delicious Lace!




Yarn Sluts - Maryland Sheep and Wool 2006!

Wendy's Haul:



Knitty D's haul...




Now, who wants to come over and help wind it all???

Autumn House Farm, 800 yds, Shetland Lace
Autumn House Farm, 400 yds, Silk, Linen, Rayon Blend, Beach Plum
Autumn House Farm, 700 yds, Shetland Stride
Pucker Brush Farm, 1000 yds Kid Mohair
Roz Houseknecht, Hand Dyed Silk/Merino
810 yds, Four Play, Wool Silk Blend
2400 yds, Cherry Tree Hill, Merino Lace
1200 Yds, Wool Mill Ends ($3 per skein!)
Mistralee Farm Studio, 880 Yds, Lace Weight Alpaca
Mountain Colors
All About Yarn

Projects We Mentioned:

Lily of the Valley Stole


Peacock Feathers


both from Fiddlesticks Knitting

Twisty Turns from Wrap Style


Clapotis from Knitty

Icarus from Interweave Knits


And, I couldn't find pictures, but the North Sea Shawl is in Folk Shawls, and the Forest Path Stole is in a back issue of Interweave Knits - it's an entrelac lace shawl, with three different blocks of lace.

Our Podsafe Music:

Happy Birthday, Craymo

10 Comments:

Anonymous Kirsten said...

Happy Birthday Knitty d!

Thanks for such a great podcast. You are one of the most entertaining out there! I spent a wonderful afternoon listening to you guys and knitting. If you want to see what I made, check out my blog.

I must say that between the moths and the dogs, I was feeling your pain! Such a senseless loss of yarn!

2:17 PM  
Blogger Sherry W said...

Happy B-day knitty D!

11:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't say it enough, you two are awesome. It's like listening to my friends and me speaking knitspeak. I love your podcast. Keep it up! And happy birthday Knitty D!

7:43 PM  
Blogger iSeL said...

Happy B-day Knitty D. Love the show.
Love Philly.

10:45 AM  
Blogger victoria said...

You two make it REALLY hard to turn off the ipod at work. Thank you thank you thank you!! Vicki

9:13 AM  
Blogger webhill said...

Darn it - I'm out of episodes now! I have to say, I really wish I met you before I moved OUT of Philly and INTO a suburb, because we seem to have so much in common. I'm a professional (veterinarian), I'm a blue-eyed Jew who throws yarn, my mom taught me to knit but I've surpassed her skill level, and I yearn to podcast (but just don't have the time). I could just weep for the lost opportunity here!

12:34 PM  
Anonymous girlie jones said...

Hiya, I just discovered your podcast and I love you guys!

Wendy I just wanted to tell you that I'm Jewish and I throw and my grandmothers taught me to knit and they throw. We live in Australia but are originally from Eastern Europe ...

8:12 PM  
Blogger profbookwurmknits said...

i had a wonderful time
entertaining shows
thanks for the trip to the
wool and sheep show
i will have to try the koigu(is that correct)
the cape
ohhhh
i am green with envy
awaiting new yarn adventures

6:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HI!
I love listening to your podcast. I think it is the best one out there. You guys talk so freely and openly and have such excitement! I can't wait for the next episode!!
Much Love!
KT

1:40 PM  
Blogger Sheri at The Loopy Ewe said...

Oooh - just found your podcast - how fun. I'll have fun going back and listening to back podcasts.

Happy Birthday Knitty D!

9:58 AM  

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