The Chill in the air

In case you don’t know, it’s starting to get cold in Boston. This usually means three things

  1. The leaves will change
  2. The Red Sox will be the cause of severe drinking (whether they win or loose)
  3. It’s time to find more time to knit (and podcast)

Starting next week I will be going back into a regular schedule. I will be looking for new knitting stores to interview in the Boston Area. I will cast on a new project for my little nephew. I will find some more pictures to share.

So… send me some emails and comment like crazy because I want to know what you all have been up too while I have been getting married. I miss you and can’t wait to catch up.

finally…

GO SOX!!

26 thoughts on “The Chill in the air”

  1. I´m sitting here, waiting for my baby to arrive ( one week late now) and had nothing to do because there were no podcasts ;-)

    No seriously, nice you´re back, hope you two had a really great time!

  2. Hey!! Glad to see you are back!

    I have finished my first sweater ( the tilted duster from the Fall 07 Interweave knits) , have started two more and fiddled around with some socks.

    Oh, my newest love, RAVELRY is taking up a lot of my free time. How I love that place.

    Can’t wait for your next podcast!
    Miss hearing ya!

  3. I have been listening to podcasts – I am all caught up now! You can begin again – I have a new iPod :-)

    Oh… and I have been having lots of fun on Ravelry!

    Did you get to Rhinebeck????????

  4. There needs to be a CAUSE to drink??? Who knew?

    Anyway.. hope you liked Jamaica! I took a cruise there once, bought a 2 carat diamond bracelet, and the charge NEVER showed up on my credit card when I got home! Man.. don’t you KNOW i wished I had bought the 11 carat they had me try on!

    And did I say congratulations???

  5. Hey dude, take your time! Those of us who are married understand, not to mention that the Sox are World Champs so you got to celebrate that right?

  6. I’m very glad to see you are coming back soon. I’m kind of lucky, I didn’t discover your podcast until probably late August, so I’ve been catching up on all your old episodes in the time that the rest of your listeners have been missing you :)
    Congrats on the nuptials!

  7. Good to see you back, and I’m looking forward very much to your next podcast, even if you are a Red Sox fan (from a Rockies follower).

  8. Congratulations! We drank a glass of prosecco in the lovely couple’s honor in Italy, knitting, eating and yarn shopping our way across valley and hill. I hope you were able to revel in the love and support that is definitely around you… the pic makes it looks oh so good!

    Can hardly wait to see what comes next!

    As for OTN w me, it’s cabled leg warmers, and recreating Caska’s shawl/jacket that we saw in Milan at the Knit Cafe. We all went crazy for it…. oh, but yes, i did say I would sew nine oddly shaped cushions for turret seating in exchange for plumbing services. Must balance priorities.

  9. i am so confused with your podcast on intunes. is aug really the last one you did? nawwww… say it ain’t so. i work on hardwood floors for a living, and i’ve been listening to ALL of your podcasts in reverse on my ipod. i’m down to #1… please tell me there are a whole lot more, and i can find them ________. (fill in the blank). hope you are enjoying wedded bliss…

  10. Yay! I’ve missed you! Can’t wait to hear how everything went. I’m almost done with my first Baby surprise jacket and am working on felted clogs like mad for x-mas gifts.

    Guido’s back….Guido’s back….Guido’s back….Guido’s back….Guido’s back….Guido’s back….Guido’s back…

  11. Hey Guido – I’ll be in Cambridge at Woolcott on Saturday from 2:30 to 3:30 with the new book for a book signing. Stop by and say hi if you can squeeze it in. I would love to see you!

  12. Hey Guido… We met at the Newbury Fiber Revival… you need to come visit our shop in Beverly Farms.. We are the coziest, zaniest, most enchanting fiber spot around! Yarns in the Farms… Come by and chat…

  13. How about an interview with Elissa of Creative Warehouse and her charity knitting project? Kuku kids for the African Baobab, Grandmothers project.

  14. Yay! I’ve missed you! Can’t wait to hear how everything went. I’m almost done with my first Baby surprise jacket and am working on felted clogs like mad for x-mas gifts.

    Guido’s back….Guido’s back….Guido’s back….Guido’s back….Guido’s back….Guido’s back….Guido’s back…

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