lk2g-009 Stitches East 2006 in Baltimore, Maryland

In this episode we take a field trip to the 2006 Stitches East Expo in Baltimore, Maryland where we met with Jane Sowerby, author of Victorian Lace Today.

In this episode we met with:

Special thanks to Tracy Peterson and Benjamin Levisay from XRX Events for providing us access to the expo.

Podsafe Music:

What am I wearing:

We apologize for the delay in posting this show, Eric and I were both sick for a week and we fell behind.

11 Responses to “lk2g-009 Stitches East 2006 in Baltimore, Maryland”

  1. 1 Daniele

    What a treat ! Sitting in Paris in front of my computer and dreaming ….no , going to the show with you thanks to technology !!!! THANK YOU !
    and Merry Christmas

  2. 2 Lene

    Again what an inspiring show! Thank you so much. I hope you feel better now and are having the kind of holidays you wished for. Wool with you next year!

  3. 3 Rita

    Thank you for such a wonderful group of programs. It’s so much fun to share in your knitting adventures. I look forward to seeing what is yet to come.

  4. 4 Sally

    That was the best “field trip” podcast/video I’ve heard. Good sound quality, loved seeing the yarns, and Jane Sowerby was so inspiring! Thank you and Happy Holidays.

  5. 5 Karen

    Thank you – that was so enjoyable. LOoking forward to the next time.

    Have a very happy holiday and a wonderful New Year :-)

  6. 6 becka

    Happy New Year!
    What a wonderful show! My husband recently surprised me with this book and we are leaving tomorrow for our vacation during which we will be stopping at every yarn shop along the way and some of the yarns that I will be looking for will be for projects from this book!
    Extraordinary show, keep up the good work!

  7. 7 Tan

    I love this episode, particularly the interview with Jane Sowerby and the fashion show. Seeing the lace in motion made me understand some of the items in a new light.

  8. 8 Nicole

    What a wonderful podcast! I just found out about you from Wikipedia, and will definitely be back for more. Thank you, and Happy New Year! :)

  9. 9 Marceline

    I’m finally de-lurking to say that I really enjoy your videocast! I’m just so in awe of your knits, your presentation style and simple way you make this show fun to watch. I’m still catching up as I only found you not too long ago, but I wanted to say “keep up the great work!”

  10. 10 rachael

    I just found this podcast, I love it!

    I’ve especially enjoyed being able to tag along with you to the fiber festivals, and the really great interviews you do, you’re kind of like the NPR of knitting podcasts. :-)

    Is the adorable entrelac bag you carry around the booga bag referenced in the shownotes? I want to make my own!

  11. 11 Bettina

    I have allowed myself to indulge in watching several of your wonderful video postcasts this Friday afternoon (totally ignoring my housework duties). Thank you so much for taking the time to produce them. What a treat! I am from Europe (like Daniele who wrote the first comment on this episode) and I cannot put it into words how fantastic it is to sit in front of my computer screen in Germany (Munich) and being able through modern technology to go with you on this great show. Oh, I have to get the Lace book. Thanks again!!!

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