Knitcircus Podcast #20

Knitcircus Podcast #20

In which Jaala knits the goofiest mitten ever, Amy reconstructs the perfect yoke and in breaking news: babies; so cute! It’s like we have a genetic imperative to knit for them.

Listen on Libsyn or iTunes.

Mentioned this podcast:

Sun Valley Fiber Farm 

The Knitter’s Handy Book of Sweater Patterns

Pippi Longstocking


Comfort Knitting and Crochet for Babies and Toddlers

Shades of Winter: Knitting with Natural Wool

Knitting Farm Animals

Power Cables

Sun Valley Fiber Farm

Knitting with Two Colors

Knitcircus Yarns

Tiny Obama

Jaala says: I was totally wrong about the Mitts Romney Group on Ravelry; it’s called Mitt’s Mittens, and is not in favor of the candidate, but you can find like-minded folks in these Ravelry Groups: GOP Knitters and Knitters for Barack Obama. Whomever you support, we urge you to get informed, and to vote!

3 thoughts on “Knitcircus Podcast #20

  1. So I was reading the latest newsletter–the interview with The Sexy Knitter. And I’m curious about that Lady Sybil Jumpsuit. But it’s not listed on Ravelry! Is it slated for an upcoming publication perhaps?

  2. Thank you for the podcast, I love to listen. Some info you may have already found out but that I wanted to share is: Jim Dale reads the US version of the Harry Potter books and Stephen Fry reads the UK version. Jo Rowling pronounces ‘Voldemort’ in the French manner, so Jim started off correctly. Stephen’s pronunciation may have influenced him. Personally, I prefer the Stephen Fry version. I don’t know why we can’t realise that our kids are smart enough to work out what a butter beer cork is and not need it translated to a cap!
    Jukkasjarvi is a place in Sweden and if you replace the ‘j’s with ‘y’s and swallow the ‘s’ you will be close!

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