Thursday, May 04, 2006

Credit, where credit is due

I would like to dedicate the completion of my DB's scarf to Marie Irshad of KnitCast. Specifically her interview with Debbie Bliss. I found myself picking up my brother's scarf while I was listening to her podcast, having just discovered the knitting podcast world that day. I figured if quilters have podcasts, then it would make sense if knitters had their own. Knitting podcasts are far more exciting (in my opinion) than quilting podcasts. Not quite sure if its the nature of the beast or that particular craft is attracting exciting podcasters and their listeners. From there I discovered Cast-on with Brenda Dayne, Secret Knitting (where you knit with the podcaster, Daniella, which I haven't tried yet but the idea intrigues me). I also discovered Chubb Creek ( I want to host the Minis), CraftSanity, and Craftypod. So basically everything that can take me away from knitting (time-wise) has actually brought me closer, because I can listen and knit. "Win-win" Yay!

2 Comments:

Blogger Mary said...

Here's a few more knitting podcasts I've found, (some you may already know about):

* http://www.about-time.us/

* http://www.knittergail.com/wp/archives/2006/03/04/my-very-first-podcast/

* Knitting News Cast - http://feeds.feedburner.com/KnittingNewsCast
* Time2Knit by Donny Thulson - http://time2knitpodcastblog.blogspot.com
* Musings of a Peaceful Knitter by Lisa Akers -
http://www.bestillandknit.com/knitblog/
* CrochetCast by Jeanie - http://www.crochetcast.com/
* Mosh Knit by Brooklynne Michelle - http://moshknit.blogspot.com/
* AussieKnit by Kate - http://aussieknit.blogspot.com
* It's a Purl, Man -- http://feeds.feedburner.com/ItsAPurlMan
* Fiber Cast http://fiberarts.typepad.com/fibercast/

1:14 PM  
Blogger Carine said...

Ooooh, I'll check them out today.Thanks Mary, Mary!

1:23 PM  

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