Joanne Seiff, author of Knit Green and Fiber Gathering, joins me on the show to talk about Rhinebeck, fiber events, and the complicated landscape of bring green. She is very knowledgeable about both fiber and the environment and breaks it all down for us in her writing.
Many, many thanks to my friend Alanna at Tactile Travel for taking me on her tour to Rhinebeck. Her tour was wonderful and filled with fiber, history, and wonderful people.
Also… I am working on so many projects I hope you can be patient with me as I work towards getting the show out and putting on some major events with my guild. If you are in Boston please come out and join the fun.
On today’s show I have an interview with Kathy Elkins of WEBS America’s Yarn Store. She blogs and has a podcast about the yarn that comes into the shop and the many interesting people in the fiber industry.
In this Episode my friend Jen shares some insite into the Design Copyright discussion. Jen also posted more about it here.
I would love to hear you thoughts on this issue.
Sadly, this show is very short. I am having a hard time finding my voice as I switch from an older computer setup to a new one. Still trying to get comfortable with new computer/mic. I think I will be back in full swing again by the end of the summer.
Oh yeah… I have started to play promos for other knitting podcasts again. This week I played one for KnitScape.
On the show I do some catching up with yall… and I have a great interview with Jacey Boggs of Insubordiknit. She talks about living through this economy as a spinner and her fun spinning DVD called Sit And Spin.