Saturday, September 7, 2013

My Favorite Podcast...

For the contest, I asked you to tell me what you thought my favorite podcast was...and which ones you loved! Thanks for the appears that I now have some new shows to check out and get caught up on! Then I gave you the winner, and never answered the question...silly Pretty! So, here's my answer!

I listen to lots of audio and video podcasts each week (sometimes I get behind...but I usually keep up pretty well)! There's a special place in my heart for Carolyn (Girlfriends Knitting), Aimee and Darrin (Knitting in Circles), and Emily (Holding the Sticks) on the video front. As far as audio podcasts go, I cry when I miss a new episode from Kathy and Steve (Ready, Set, Knit!) or Alana (Never Not Knitting). Even if a new episode is a little delayed, I squeal with delight as I wait through whatever ad or download time comes before the actual "play," and I just love to hear and see what everyone is up to each week!  

But my very favorite podcast lately is Stockinette Zombies!

I just get such a kick out of the banter between Megan and Aimee, and Aimee's laughter reminds me of a dear friend of mine in real life! It feels like she's here with me every time I watch the show, and I just love laughing with friends, wherever I watch! 
(I promise that she is showing off a sock, not flipping the bird!)
Hand update:
I'm now in a stiff, removable brace, which I will wear for three weeks. The up-side is that I can take it off to shower and sleep (yay!). The downside is that my fingers still have a-ways to go, and a fair bit of pain remains, so the knitting is still fairly non-existent (but my queue is still growing - lol!). I guess I'll just be glad for simple washcloths for now...

Slow and steady, I can knit a simple washcloth in three or four days. :) So tell me, how are things in your queue? Have you lined up anything good for your next project?

Thanks for stopping by, and Knit in Good Health!


  1. Pam I hope you can get back to your usual knitting soon! I'm curious as to what pattern that is under grandma's favorite dishcloth?

    Happy Knitting Friend...

    1. They are from Kris Knits...last summer (or the year before?) I snatched up nearly all of!
      Here's a link:

  2. Glad to see that you are knitting "washcloths" and not the dreaded "DC". You do remember the Odds credo I hope? I guess we could give you a temporary dispensation for broken fingers but just to be safe you might want to refer to them as "Art Squares" ;o)

  3. Aw, Pretty, thanks for the shout out. :) I needed that little pick-me-up!