lk2g-022 Rhinebeck 2007 Chapter One

Our next installment of our epic at the 2007 NYS Sheep and Wool Festival in Rhinebeck, NY. In this episode of our video podcast you will see:

  • A Felting demonstration
  • The Angora Goat Show
  • Canine Frisbee

Plus, we stopped by the Blogger / Ravelry meetup and spoke with:
Cathleen Jackson, Shannon and Stephanie from SSK Podcast, Karen from FootHills Folly, GlennaC from Knitting to Stay Sane, Sahara from Sistahcraft, Jeri from Jerri Rigged, Monica Tate from CallingKahlo, Carolyn from See Kay Crafts, Heather Sparks from SparkCrafted, Coleen from SubwayKnitter and Lise from KnittingRose

What I am wearing:
Clapotis made with Noro Silk Garden in color #211 (Yes I finished it!)

Music in this episode:
Marriott Jazz Quintet – On the Sixth Day

8 Responses to “lk2g-022 Rhinebeck 2007 Chapter One”

  1. 1 Glenna

    What a great podcast! Thanks so much, this brings back the whole weekend :)

  2. 2 Vee

    Dear Cat & Eric,
    Thank you so very much for sharing your knitting life with us. Cat, your masterpieces inspired me to pick up the sticks & started knitting & purling. Eric, I don’t know how you do it, but your videos just bring her knits & the whole experience to life. I’m sure you get this all the time, but I want to personally thank you for putting this blog together. I wouldn’t have found & fell in love with knitting without it.

    THANK YOU! Vee

  3. 3 Dora

    Hello CAT & Eric!

    I just wanted to leave you a comment to let you know that your videos are helping me learn knitting techniques I would have never dared to try. I learned knitting from my mom last year but I quickly gave up on it because doing the same things over and over got really boring for me.
    I recently started knitting again and looked for a knitting podcast that would teach new techniques that would make my knitting come alive. After finding your podcast and deciding to give it a try, I can’t wait to try bead knitting, felting and so much more.It was thanks to your videos that I learned how to make cables without a cable needle. It really came in handy since I dont have a cable needle.
    Its wonderful how you make techniques that seem complicated very easy and fun. Thanks for taking the time to record these podcasts. Can’t wait for the next episode.

  4. 4 elizaduckie

    Loved it, loved it, loved it, and can’t wait for number three! Gosh it looks like fun! And the colors, oh the colors!

  5. 5 Mr. Merino

    Great podcast. I loved the clothing and gear at this show! I’ll be knitting in anticipation until the next one!

  6. 6 Nicole

    Hey y’all,

    Enjoyed the podcast! Love the Clapotis you’re wearing, Cat. Is Heather Sparks (around minute 9:48) wearing the same thing? I will definitely be making one soon!


  7. 7 Jeri

    A customer came into the yarn shop where I work yesterday, and called out my name; she recognized me from your podcast! I had to rush home and check it out. Wonderful job, Cat and Eric. It brings back the whole fun weekend! And the amazing weather. Thank you!It was great to meet you, even if I rudely interrupted to get your bingo stamp. Sorry about that!

  8. 8 Denise

    My kids had fun spotting Daddy in this episode.. he’s the tall guy in the bright green shirt in the backround.. hehe Great vid!

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