knitrundig

Knitting, running, archaeology and bags

Episode 1 – Rambling Sam

on September 19, 2011

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Show notes for Episode 1 Ramblin Sam

Knitting

WIPS  note all links will be to Ravelry unless otherwise stated. Please email me at knitrundig@gmail.com if you have any questions

My Wish  by Laura Linneman using Lornas Laces Shepherd Sock  in Frankensteins Cotillion and Serenknitty Merino Sock in Precious Metals on 4.0mm US 6 needles  Ravelry pattern

Whirlpool Socks  by Laura Nelkin using Blue Ridge Yarns Jubilee in Evening Jewel and beads from The Knitting Goddess   2.5mm US 1.5 needles from Knitting Socks with Handpainted Yarn by Carol Sulcoski. Project bag is from Nicsknots

Bubble Stream Socks by Cailyn Meyer using Barking Dog Yarns Opposites Attract in Tweedledee and Tweedledum on 2.5mm US 1.5 needles  Ravelry Pattern

FO’s

Cabled Cowl # 168  Patons  pattern using Patons Trentino Chunky in colour 00170 using 7.0mm  questionable US 10.5 needles. You need to sign up on the Patons Website to get this free pattern

Colophon Mitts by Hunter Hammersen using String Theory Caper Sock in Solas a Cookie A Sock Club colourway on 3.25mm US 4.0 needles

Urchin Beret Tam by Ysolda Teague, from Knitty.com using Lang Mille Fiamme in unknown colourway on 7.0mm  questionable US 10.5 needles. Link is to Knitty pattern

Coming Up

Pigwidgeon Mitts by Kamilla Svanlund using Millamia Naturally Soft Merino

Headband with Cables and Bobbles by Drops Design link to Drops Design

Cecil the Computer Monster by Rebecca Danger from The Big Book of Knitted Monsters

New stuff

Cotton yarns from Purplelinda Crafts

Deeply Wicked in Sea Cuke from easyknits.co.uk

Running

Free 5k time trials at 9am on a Saturday courtesy of Parkrun

Digging
A couple of great websites with information on Orkney  Orkneyjar and Visit Orkney

The Random Bit
Spinning paraphernalia from handspinner.co.uk, spindle bag from Jessalu

Contact me:

stealthdragon on Ravelry and Plurk

knitrundig on twitter

knitrundig@gmail.com


30 responses to “Episode 1 – Rambling Sam

  1. Leslie says:

    You are just adorable! Really great quality right off the bat too!

  2. Enid Shaw says:

    I agree with Leslie, great for a first episode. Is that a purple scarf/stole hanging on the door? Would be interested in a close up if possible.
    take care,
    Enidxx

  3. Enid Shaw says:

    Whoops!!!!! I forgot to mention I came here after watching Knittabulls video, she was very complimentary about you.
    xxxxx

  4. evaissues says:

    You did a good job on your first podcast. Next time try to show things a little longer for the camera, I couldn’t quite see everything fully. This will become better with time I’m sure. 🙂 Loved the pictures at the end too.

  5. Anna says:

    Lovely ramble, Sam! I enjoyed it very much and look forward to the next installment.

  6. I LOVE your new podcast!!! Keep up the great work!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

  7. Andi says:

    Yeah! Great job on your first video podcast. Well done you. Love that you mentioned you are not a manogamous knitter, I am in the same boat. Can’t wait to see future podcasts!

  8. pandgineire says:

    Sam – great vid/podcast! It was really interesting and you are a very engaging presenter so thanks and keep up the good work!

    Ginette (gigilondon on ravelry)

  9. Teresa says:

    Hello! Thanks to Leslie for telling us about your excellent videocast. I thoroughly enjoyed this first episode and loved the photos at the end.

  10. Christy says:

    Always looking for another great podcast to knit with and I really liked listening to you! Heard about you from this weeks KnitGirllls episode.
    Looking forward to next week :o)

  11. Gerry says:

    The Knit Girllls sent me.
    Enjoyed your vidcast and look forward to your next episode.

  12. i loved your podcast you did a great job. I will be adding you to my reader so i can catch your next one.

  13. Nicole says:

    Hello! Found your podcast through the KnitGirllls, and I loved your first episode! I look forward to hearing more about your archeology work in particular; it’s something I’ve always been interested in.

    I’m now off to stalk you on Ravelry, so don’t be surprised if you get friended by someone called crimsn.

  14. Q says:

    Awesome 1st show- I have added you to my weekly list.
    Next time will you try and hold things slower and higher in front of the camera

    Excited to watch the next episodes!!!

  15. sumik says:

    Love the podcast and guess what? I believe that Sereknitty is still around but the name of her shop has changed to Mad Color Fiber Arts (http://madcolorfiberarts.com/)

  16. Ruth says:

    Loved your first podcast a lot – although I do love watching all the US podcasters it’s so great to see us UKer’s having a go too!

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