Saturday, October 08, 2016

Episode 26: Knit City


Hi, Knitters,
I have a new podcast episode up on YouTube. I looked back and it has been at least three months since I last recorded and that seems about right. The last three months have been the craziest months of my life. Hopefully I can get back to recording with a little less time in between now that things have settled a bit.




Here are the links to find me all over the interwebs:
My Ravelry group, Itty-Bitty Knits~ come join us!

Here are the links for the things I talked about:

I'm wearing the Louise cardigan knit in Quince & Co. Osprey in the same colors as in the pattern. 

Lemonade Shop  worsted in the Pinwheel colorway



Cable Sourcebook by Norah Gaughan

Within ~ the new book by Jane Richmond and Shannon Cook

Signature Needle Arts ~ I always buy the 6-inch length dpns




Knit Circus Yarns ~ My socks are knit in the Twister Stripes colorway. I got the 100 gram set.


The Loopy Ewe Sock Blockers

Marigold Jen on Etsy,  Ghost Walk and Lazy Days sock colorways




River City Yarns ~ Adam and Eve and Epic Yarn



That should do it! I hope you enjoy the fun links and the video.

Have a great weekend, friends!
xo ~ susan

12 comments:

Kim W said...

Wow, that is a fun and interesting list of links - I can't wait to watch and hear about everything!

AnnM said...

It was so great to take two classes from you at Knit City. My shawl and toy designing continues! I hope that you'll teach more classes there next year and have more time to explore that beautiful city. - Ann

BSmith said...

Happy belated birthday Queen Bee!!
You made my morning, when I saw that you had a new podcast!! I have been patiently waiting for a new one and this was a great way to start my day which I always start with knitting!! So my knitting, your podcast and a warm mug of pumpkin coffee.... that is a perfect morning!!! Thank you so much!!

Beverly said...

Happy Belated Birthday!! I loved the podcast. Your socks from Knit Circus's extreme stripe sock yarn are awesome. Also, thanks for introducing me to the Grocery Girl's podcast. I hope you post a picture of the mittens that you're knitting from the yellow yarn. It will be fun to see how it knits up.

JABEDN said...

Hi Susan, I just found you and I am so excited to be able to see your blog . A question, the mittens you are making are they the Waiting for winter mittens? I would like to use the yarn from the Lemonade shop if that would work. Thank you JoAnn

Susan B. Anderson said...

Jabedn, Yes, I am using the Waiting for Winter pattern for the mittens. The yarn is worsted weight from The Lemonade Shop.
susan

Anonymous said...

Susan,
The staging for your podcast really had me fooled. I thought you had some new fang-dangled picture on the wall which had a miniature digital display of the podcast. It really had me intrigued until I realized that it was a reflection of what was probably your computer! I had a good laugh at myself! Thanks for the time you put in keeping in touch with your fans!

Dee S

Jane Richmond said...

Aw we always love seeing you!!! It was so fun seeing you on our 'turf' lol. I'm so glad you had fun, I really hope you come back to Knit City!! Weren't the Grocery Girls the best! Oh my gosh, I bet everyone just wanted to take them home after the weekend was out, SO lovely! Thank you for all of your kind words about the book, it means so much <3

Very Shannon said...

Awwww, thank you again so much for your kind words Susan! Love ya! Looking forward to when I can see you again. Enjoy Within! xoxo

Reneelynn said...

Susan, is Mrs Brown's bags out of business?

Holly said...

Queen Bee, I love the name. Thank you for another fun filled podcast. Happy belated Birthday 🎈🎉🎂

Tracie M. said...

Hello friend! Thanks so much for your unbelievably kind words. Knit City was amazing, now that it's over, you know that Jodi and I just want to be your BFF next door neighbors that drop by for tea & knitting EVERY day. ❤️ HAPPY BIRTHDAY 🎉 xoxo