iapm45-The Live One

Jackie at Wild and Woolly
Jackie at Wild and WoollyOn todays show I feature an interview with Jackie of Wild and Woolly. Today’s show was broadcast live and it was a lot of fun, I hope that people join me as I try this again next Saturday, time is going to be TBD.

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Sherril of belle of ball podcast
Cath of Anglesey UK, emailed me and asked that I share he blog with the group www.knitterscarlet.blog.co.uk

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Upcoming events

  • MARCH
  • APRIL
    • 19 Martha’s Vineay
    • 26 Gore Place in Waltham
  • MAY
    • 3-4 Maryland Sheep and Wool
    • 4-5 New England Needle Arts Trade Show (like TNNA only here)
    • 10-11 Newhampshire Sheep and Wool
    • 16-18 Men’s spring knitting retreat
    • 24-25 MA Sheep and Wool
  • JUNE
    • 14 World Wide Knit in Public Day ??
  • JULY

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7 thoughts on “iapm45-The Live One”

  1. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I was just tickled that you played my promo and that you got my humor from it. Having chickens, that wander out to my garden, just seemed right.

    Fun to hear you live!

    Best to you!

  2. Hi, Guido!

    I loved the latest episode. Long-time yarn shop owners are the best. They have so much history and insight to share, and generally have a great sense of humor. I’d love to hear more chats just like this.

  3. Hey Guido,

    What a great idea for a live show! I hope it was fun for you! I think that column writer is bitter about knitters (along with the rest of the world) probably because he was shunned from groups as a kid, and now carries that grudge in adulthood to all groups.

    Looking forward to this upcoming b-day show!
    irene

  4. She was just great and so on the button. I really respected her knowledge and experience. Good show, dude!

  5. I really enjoyed your interview with Jackie. It was a privilege to listen to her. She sounds like a teriffic resource of knitting and business knowlegde. Also appreciated the bonus of you telling her how you began to knit.

  6. I love your podcast and I really enjoyed your interview with Jackie. She and I think somewhat alike.

    I had some thoughts about why some people are so anti-knitting.

    1. Some folks feel threatened if they’re not the center of attention. I have one aquaintance who always gives me a hard time about knitting at his house because he thinks I’m not paying enough attention to him. He just doesn’t understand that it is what makes me comfortable wherever I am and I can carry on an intense discussion with out dropping out of the convo or dropping a stitch. I don’t give him a hard time for having a beer in his hand all the time now, do I?

    2. Some folks don’t like the noise that needles make, clicking together, in meetings, movies, etc.

    3. Deep down inside the writer is jealous that knitters have this pleasant, relaxing hobby and can make such cool stuff in their spare time but he can’t. He tried to learn how to knit several years or several decades ago and just couldn’t get the hang of it. Or maybe he’s just afraid to try.

    Pick your favorite, but I but it’s #3

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