Episode 19: Knitting Out Loud Boston

This week I am in Baltimore, next week I will go back to normal, I promise…

Tommorrow I will update the links.


5 thoughts on “Episode 19: Knitting Out Loud Boston”

  1. I just got a new Ipod and have downloaded your current and some past shows. On the August 13th show, you talk about going to Stitches East, and also being in DC and dropping into a Stitches DC shop. I just went to Stitches East, I was lucky and got to meet Kaffe Fassett. What a thrill, this man’s eye for color has intriqued me for years. I also was staying in DC and near the Cap Hill store of Stitches DC on 8th St. I felt at home there when I first entered the shop and returned for another visit before I left the area. Some how the things you mentioned in the 8/13 show seem to be my life last week.

  2. love the show guido! another guy knitta here :) nice to hear your viewpoint on things! one question however, what happened at the end of this episode? just seemed to cut off….

  3. Hi Guido!
    thanks for interviewing me, it was fun!
    next time, remind me not to say ‘like’ so many times. i swear i’m not really that ditzy! ;)

  4. Hey,
    Check out this event that’s coming up on Saturday!

    StitchFest 2006!
    A Day of Knitting to End Domestic Violence.

    The Boston chapter of the National Organization for Men Against Sexism (NOMAS) will be hosting our second annual StitchFest. The plan is to knit a blanket that we can give to a local domestic violence shelter, Renewal House, as a show of support and appreciation for the work that they do.

    When: 10am-8pm, Saturday Dec. 2nd
    Where: Beacon Hill Friends House
    6 Chestnut st. on Beacon Hill
    This is a short walk from the Park st. T stop

    Feel free to join us for the whole day or just stop in for an hour or two. We’ll be making a whole lot of little 5×5 in. squares and sewing them together into one grand, colorful blanket. If you have yarn, needles, or other knitting supplies, feel free to bring them. We’ll also have those things provided.
    Food for the day will be potluck-style- if you can bring something, great- If not please come anyway. Also, we’ll be collecting canned goods for the Renewal House ‘food pantry,’ so feel free to bring some canned food as well.

    What if I can’t knit?
    That’s fine! This is the best chance you’ll ever have to learn!! There’ll be lots of teaching and skillsharing going on, as well as wonderful conversation with great people, in a beautiful and comfortable space. We’ll also be joined by our very special guest, Susan Criscione, the director of Renewal House, who will tell us all about what they do.

    To RSVP or to ask any questions, email or call Matt Meyer at
    Laghalot4@hotmail.com and 617-875-7694

    For more information about NOMAS-Boston check out

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