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Jan 04 2010

episode 98: “2010: it’s all about ME”

episode 98: “2010: it’s all about ME”

thanks to knittingfairy.com for sponsoring december!
podcast donation incentive winner for the month of december was Vivian. Thank you so much for your donations!

This month, I’m offering up some of my handspun! 155 yards of a 2 ply barber pole. hand dyed merino and corriedale, plyed together to create a one of a kind yarn.

now YOU TOO can feel what knitting with handspun is like!

Resolutions:
-drink more water
-slow down and focus on ME (life, projects, when and what I say, etc)
-return to my music
-3 handspun sweaters
-fairisle/colorwork

2 year Contest prizes!!
Reflection hat pattern from Cosymakes, Regia sock yarns, Noro, and more!!! check your email to see if YOU won! thank you again for all of the fabulous submissions!

Babble:
-Conversations with Meghan on Knitajourney Podcast
-time off with littleman

first snowman
-potty training
-holiday recap

Fibery goodness:
-Knittingfool.com has great sweater calculators
-littlemans sweater: gauge, calculations, too big, tearing out, steek video

-moving the fiber room

-playing with the drumcarder

-owls reborn!
-gooseberry cardigan

Favorite thing:

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

9 responses so far

9 Responses to “episode 98: “2010: it’s all about ME””

  1. kateon 05 Jan 2010 at 7:03 am

    I love Owen’s sweater. Excellent job Mom. Don’t change it at all it’s perfect.

    I tried reading Outlander but couldn’t get into it. Glad you love it.

    Happy New Year…..I’ll be listening today while I take our Christmas deco down.

  2. Cathyon 05 Jan 2010 at 9:02 am

    I like the Outlander series, too. But I’m listening to the audio versions, narrated by Davina Porter. It brings the whole book to life, plus it lasts something like 40+ hours, and keeps your hands free to knit or spin. :)

  3. Lindaon 05 Jan 2010 at 10:36 pm

    That’s one of the best snowmen I’ve ever seen!

  4. Karenon 06 Jan 2010 at 6:50 pm

    Hi Meghan,

    Another great podcast. I had to come see your pictures. Lovely yarn, great sweater and wow, little man is growing!

    I nearly fell off my chair when I listened to your Knit a Journey interview and you expressed a wish for a math monkey to work your sweater patterns. I’ve been dying to do that for you! I’m starting a new business where I can help people make their next damn sweater fit.

    So if you can see me here with my hand raised and squirming like I have to go real bad, give me a chance to help you with your next sweater. Some feedback is all I ask–good, bad or ugly. Cool?

  5. deliaon 06 Jan 2010 at 8:41 pm

    Hi Meghan,

    I too just listened to your podcast. Wonderful as always and just THE best companion when I knit. I came right to the show notes to check out your pictures and what a hoot…..i lurve the little man’s PJ’s!!! SHEEP! Why am I not surprised!

    His sweater is just awesome and just think of all the adventures he will have wearing that wonderful sweater.

    Giggled when you said you were “hanging up”…you are too funny. Thanks again Meghan!!

    Take care…

  6. Michelleon 06 Jan 2010 at 11:27 pm

    I totally understand the potty training. We are working through it now with our youngest. It really does come down to them and when it becomes their idea. It will come, after all my 14 year old figured it out! = )

  7. Angelaon 11 Jan 2010 at 6:44 pm

    Just found your podcast, love it!

  8. Carol Handshueon 14 Jan 2010 at 8:18 am

    Meghan – I love your show – the Outlander was great and the rest of the series worth it. For your other listeners – it was difficult to get past the first 100 pages, but after that , you’re hooked! I also love the Knittingfool site – not that I’m quite ready for that, yet, but it looks like a great find! The interview/Susan was fun – just got done listening to it! Thanks!

  9. Sherion 04 Mar 2010 at 10:21 am

    Meghan, I swear, we must be related. You love all the same things I do. I ahve long been a fan of the Outlander series and as soon as I catch up on your podcasts (1 1/2 left to go) I am starting the latest in the series, An Echo in the Bone. You inspire my spinning and make me want to learn more and I too am a Urban homesteader. Love to garden and knit and spin and dye. Have you ever thought of doing the natural dyes from plants you grow in your own garden? I Love this book :

    http://www.amazon.com/Dyers-Garden-Growing-Natural-Fibers/dp/1883010071

    I am in Ca and we are just starting to plant. I am redoing the garden and am putting in an herb garden and plan to add some dye plants to that side, too.
    Keep up the great podccasting and I look forward to future episodes.
    Sheri