View Full Version : Knitting podcasts suggestions?
06-24-2009, 11:24 PM
I'm thinking about getting a podcast or 2 for my 20 min train ride, anyone have any faves or recomend one? i only have a ipod shuffle so i can only acess audio
06-25-2009, 07:36 AM
Over the past couple of weeks, I have done searching for podcasts. I found a few of them. One I like, one I don't, and one I haven't tried yet. Anyway, here they are:
KnitPicks Podcast (http://community.knitpicks.com/profile/KnitPicksPodcast)- Nice podcast though Kelley Petkun is alittle too articulate in her speech
Let's Knit 2gether (http://letsknit2gether.com/) - Haven't listened to it yet
Cast On (http://www.cast-on.com)- Brenda Dayne has a nice, soothing voice. Too much music and I don't care for profanity
07-17-2009, 07:39 PM
I just discovered a great new podcast, it's by an Australian guy and the male point of view is great. It's called Sticks & String (http://www.sticksandstring.com.au/).
Knit Together (http://www.knittogether.org/)
Stash & Burn (http://www.stashandburn.com/)
Yarncraft (http://yarncraft.lionbrand.com/) (Lion Brand's podcast)
02-13-2010, 12:23 AM
I'm resurrecting this thread to tell everyone about a podcast I just came across & loved. It's called Savvy Girls (savvygirls.ca (http://www.savvygirls.ca)), they have a Ravelry group too. 2 sisters, great!
11-13-2010, 12:31 PM
I just discovered an AWESOME podcast for you. It's called The Knit Wits, they have a ravelry group (http://www.ravelry.com/groups/the-knit-wits-podcast) and the podcast URL is
It's a husband and wife, she's the knit and he's the wit and they are HILLARIOUS! Caution, somethings are dangerous to do while listening.....like drinking coffee or grooming dogs. Just be ready to LOL and have people look at you funny!
11-25-2010, 11:14 AM
There's a new podcast, only 2 episodes out so far. I really recommend it, Janeen is great. Website is www.clothedinthelamb.com (http://www.clothedinthelamb.com/), it's called Clothed in the Lamb....(Ravelry group link (http://www.ravelry.com/groups/clothed-in-the-lamb)). See you there ;)
12-01-2010, 09:53 AM
Agreed - I enjoy her much more when she's interviewing someone. She's just not as stiff when in conversation.
KnitPicks Podcast (http://community.knitpicks.com/profile/KnitPicksPodcast)- Nice podcast though Kelley Petkun is a little too articulate in her speech