IAPM55:One Take Wonder

On today’s show I do some catching up. I recorded the whole thing in one take and only added some music a the end.

The last couple of weeks have been a lot of fun and I have been knitting and crocheting up a storm. My brother got me started working on the Knit One Save one project and have had a lot of support from all the folks I run into. Perhaps I will put together an event for January for this project.

Music is by Chris Ayer “A Starfish In The Front Yard”

More links to come…

Added somewat LATER:

This show has a lot of discussion of my insane knitting life and the many things that are going on in Boston. I also talk a little bit about my friend Gary and his wife Lynn… I also talk about Prairie Home Companion and the song sailing around the room.

In my yarn-a-lot I talk about a hat I made for my friend gary of made of some Cascade 220 619 which I covet. I am also making a baby sweater out of some awesome organic cotton(it’s like terry cloth). I am making a couple of Olive You hats from Itty Bitty Hats.

Many thanks to Kraemer Yarns and Westminster Fiber for donating to my Knit One Save One Project.

4 thoughts on “IAPM55:One Take Wonder”

  1. Hi, Guido

    Just a note to say that The Prairie Home Companion is generally recorded here in Minnesota…at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul.

    Loved the latest episode…you do a fine job even in one take!!

  2. Hey,

    I just found your podcast through Ravelry and I have to tell you- I love it. I must have something to listen to while I knit and crochet, and some of the more common knitting podcasts are just not that interesting to me.

    Also, where can I get a kit to make a hat for knit one save one? I’ve heard of them before, but I don’t know what patterns they prefer, etc… Thanks for any help with that. :D

    Cheers!

  3. Thanks again for your podcast – Have not listened in a while and its great to catch up.

    You mention the knitting group at Doyle’s on Sunday mornings, from 10 a.m. – noon. There is parking behind Doyle’s, so its easy to drive there.

    But here are some instructions for the T. Take the Orange Line to Green street, walk down green street until you hit Washington (you will pass Amory). At Washington, cross to the other side of Washington and take a right. Doyle’s is on the corner of Washington and Williams. The entrance is on Williams.

    Regards,
    Heather

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