13 August 2006 ~ 4 Comments

The Not so rainy Show (13)

This extra long episode has been brought to you by Procrastination. Because now I have so much to say and so little time to get it out there. More links and notes to come, but I thought you might want this show now

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NOTES:

Title and Registration by Death Cab for Cutie

YARN-A-LOT
Get Creative
Kaffe Fassett
Stitches East

The Ballad of Barry Allen by Jims Big Ego
Summertime Sun by Monkey

Itsy Bitsy Book Review

Born under a bad huppa by The Vulgar Bulgars

Boston Yarn Crawl: The Knittin Kitten 

Link to the show
Link to the site

4 Responses to “The Not so rainy Show (13)”

  1. Pam from CT 13 August 2006 at 4:11 pm Permalink

    Good to have you back. I wonder where all the MIA knitting casters are? I have a mid-gauge machine which I was knitting on while listening to your interview. I use it to do mindless stockinet giving me more time for the more interesting parts of the garment such as the yoke or borders. It ramps up productivity, which is good as I am a creator not a completor!

  2. miss violet 13 August 2006 at 10:52 pm Permalink

    hey, Guido. :)

    We’re in the process of setting up a virtual yarn processing tour with a local (big name) yarn company,and I’d be glad to ask a bit about the sustainability of the processes and the like, if you’d like.

    Anything in particular you’d like us to ask? Just drop me a note.

  3. Spider_knit 17 August 2006 at 7:52 am Permalink

    Hey!

    It’s funny, I listened to ypur podcast on the bus on the way home and later tonight… tada! There you were in the newsagent on Get Creative!

    (I’m in Australia, it was found no problem.) If you can’t find a copy, mail me and I can post you one if all else fails!

  4. Anna 17 August 2006 at 10:36 am Permalink

    Welcome back, Guido!

    This was one of those podcasts that made me wish I lived in your neck of the woods. I have an old Studio knitting machine I got from my grandmother. It came with absolutely NO instructions, but lots of cones of yarn. I know little to nothing about it, and I wish a resource like the Knittin’ Kitten was near me. It seems that nobody in the Madison, WI area is either willing to give information or even knows anything about knitting machines. Gah! I guess I’ll just have to scour the internet until I get a hold of someone who knows what this thing is all about.

    Again, good to have you back. I always enjoy listening on my loooooong drives to work. I hope your engagement party is wonderful, and you and your Pumkin are doing well.