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Unraveling ...a knitting podcast

A podcast about knitting, crocheting, sewing, and other fiber arts. Hosted by Greg Cohoon (KnittingDaddy on Ravelry) and Pam Maher (pammaher on Ravelry). Follow along as we talk about our knitting and explore books written by popular knitting authors.
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Now displaying: June, 2019
Jun 25, 2019

In Episode 63, Greg and Pam discuss abandonment, yarn weight discrepancies and international commerce. They also review Leaflet #14 from Elizabeth Zimmermann’s “The Opinionated Knitter.”

Special thanks to Knits4Comfort Jen for this episode’s introduction!

SPONSORS

We are Knitcrate Ambassadors! Are you the kind of knitter who would enjoy receiving a surprise package of yarn in the mail every month? Then you need to sign up for a Knitcrate subscription. Every month, you will receive a selection of curated yarn, a pattern specifically paired to use with the yarn, and a treat. Use code KD20 at checkout for 20% off your first package when you sign up for a subscription.

FiberCrafty’s  independently owned shops are stocked with yarn, fiber, project bags, stitch markers and more. With filter terms specific to yarn and fiber, the ability to save favorites, and a secure checkout process, it’s better than a 24 hour fiber festival! For shop owners, our easy to use interface makes selling online easy. FiberCrafty is owned by one woman that has a crazy love of yarn and knitting. Greg’s favorite feature? Pants are optional. Shop for your next project at FiberCrafty.

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NOTES

Dear Listeners

We would love to have YOU record and introduction to the show! You can find details in the Ravelry Group Pages.

Greg’s Projects
Pam’s Projects
FiberCrafty
  • Instead of highlighting a shop, Pam talked a little about why FiberCrafty can only support US based shops for now.
  • The weekly FiberCrafty newsletter always has a list of current coupon codes! And other fun stuff. Pam writes it, it’s good. You should subscribe.
The Opinionated Knitter (affiliate link)
  • We discussed Leaflet #14, pages 76-79 featuring the Icelandic Yoke Sweater. Next up, Leaflet #15, pages 80-83.
Current/Upcoming Unraveling Events
  • Don’t forget our Elizabeth Zimmermann KAL! Have you made one of her patterns? Used a technique? Tell us about it!
Upcoming Events Where You Might Find Us
  • Carolina FiberFest is accepting workshop proposals. The deadline is July 15. We are very interested in workshops that are appropriate for youth and adults!
  • Pam & Greg will be giving a talk about Elizabeth Zimmermann at the Ol’ North State Knitting Guild on September 9 in Raleigh, NC.
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Affiliate Link Disclosures

This post contains affiliate links. That means that if you click on a link to CraftsyCooperative Press, Amazon, or Knitcrate and subsequently make a purchase, we’ll receive a small commission from the sale. You pay the same, and the commissions will help cover our podcasting expenses. Our opinions are always our own, and we’re never compensated to endorse any particular product or service.

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Jun 5, 2019

In Episode 62, Greg and Pam discuss secret knitting, secret history and secret increases. They also review Leaflet #13 from Elizabeth Zimmermann’s “The Opinionated Knitter.”

Special thanks to squeakyloom Martha for this episode’s introduction! Check out her knitting designs!

SPONSORS

We are Knitcrate Ambassadors! Are you the kind of knitter who would enjoy receiving a surprise package of yarn in the mail every month? Then you need to sign up for a Knitcrate subscription. Every month, you will receive a selection of curated yarn, a pattern specifically paired to use with the yarn, and a treat. Use code KD20 at checkout for 20% off your first package when you sign up for a subscription.

FiberCrafty’s  independently owned shops are stocked with yarn, fiber, project bags, stitch markers and more. With filter terms specific to yarn and fiber, the ability to save favorites, and a secure checkout process, it’s better than a 24 hour fiber festival! For shop owners, our easy to use interface makes selling online easy. FiberCrafty is owned by one woman that has a crazy love of yarn and knitting. Greg’s favorite feature? Pants are optional. Shop for your next project at FiberCrafty.

NOTES

Dear Listeners

We would love to have YOU record and introduction to the show! You can find details in the Ravelry Group Pages.

Greg’s Projects
  • Greg has been knitting prototypes for future designs.
  • Greg is going to cast on a new pair of socks soon.
Pam’s Projects
FiberCrafty
  • Karen is based in California and owns CottonTimes. She creates multi-zippered bags that are perfect for all of your tools. Check out this reviewPam added to her YouTube channel.
  • The weekly FiberCrafty newsletter always has a list of current coupon codes! And other fun stuff. Pam writes it, it’s good. You should subscribe.
The Opinionated Knitter (affiliate link)
Current/Upcoming Unraveling Events
  • Don’t forget our Elizabeth Zimmermann KAL! Have you made one of her patterns? Used a technique? Tell us about it!
Upcoming Events Where You Might Find Us
Podcasts We Love
Miscellaneous
Affiliate Link Disclosures

This post contains affiliate links. That means that if you click on a link to CraftsyCooperative Press, Amazon, or Knitcrate and subsequently make a purchase, we’ll receive a small commission from the sale. You pay the same, and the commissions will help cover our podcasting expenses. Our opinions are always our own, and we’re never compensated to endorse any particular product or service.

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