and so…

Thank you all for watching!

What am I wearing:

  • Top Down Ribbed Cardi in Berroco Ultra Alpaca – my own design

25 Responses to “and so…”

  1. 1 Christine Wands

    This makes me very sad, but I understand that nothing wonderful can last forever. Your show inspired me to start really knitting again, after many years of doing it only sporadically. For that I am grateful. Your show also inspired me to make my first trip to Rhinebeck this year (all the way from Cincinnati).

    Thank you both for the instruction, the inspiration and the entertainment. You will be missed. My one real consolation is that I’ve downloaded and saved every single episode, and I will continue to watch them over and over again.


  2. 2 Susan Hardy

    I had a feeling that this might happen and I have tried several times to write something to show my grief at not seeing you and Eric showing me around places that I know would never be an opportunity for me (i.e. alaska, rhinebeck, new york sheep & wool) to see. I have learned such a lot and made friends through LK2G and could never have imagined the technology of meeting and chatting to you all through our live links.

    I do however, wish you both a wonderful future in whatever your plans are and want to thank you so much for your time, effort and cost in making LK2G. I hope Cat you will keep showing us your projects on the ravelry group and hope that you now have a little more time on your hands to start using some of that wonderful stash you have.

    Take care and THANK YOU again.

  3. 3 Andy

    Thanks for a great 5 years. Will miss ya.

  4. 4 Marianne Froding

    Sad,really sad, but I wish you both a meery Christmas!, thank for this time, I hope you return….

  5. 5 Jana Pratt

    Thank you both for such wonderful work. I have enjoyed every episode and have tried new techniques because of your example. I wish you lots of happiness in all your endeavors. It has been wonderful watching you work together to create a professional and enlightening product.

  6. 6 Joseph Quinton


  7. 7 Barbara McCay

    I echo the comments above! Thank you both so much for giving your time and effort to all of us watching! You both have been a joy!

    Good luck, and happy travels! You will be missed!

  8. 8 margaret

    I, too, am very sad and will miss you. I wish you the very best in the future. I hope you will leave an archive up so many others will be able to see the tremendous work you two have done over the 5 years you produced these shows. The shows are really timeless. Love you both.

  9. 9 Karen

    I just saw that you guys will still be on. I am a bit confused? I hope you changed your minds

  10. 10 Robyn

    Cat and Eric,
    Thank you so much for this site. It has been helpful and inspiring. Good luck in whatever you do next.
    Merry Christmas and have a wonderful successful New Year.


  11. 11 Pat

    Thank you both so much for the time, effort, energy, dedication to producing a topnotch show. I looked forward to each and every new episode.
    My best to you on your new ventures and great success. You WILL be missed.

  12. 12 nancy phillips

    sad face… you guys were great,,,Happy trails to you !!!

  13. 13 Lauren

    Sad to hear it’s coming to an end, but I definitely understand.
    Best of luck!

  14. 14 Mia

    Too sad to say goodbye to both of you. Thanks for the wonderful years and I wish you all the best..

  15. 15 CAT

    Thank you all for your kind words and understanding. We truly appreciate your support and thanks for watching through the years!

  16. 16 Karen

    You will be truly missed. There are no other shows like yours. What would be nice is if one of the corporations or coops or mom and pop shops would pick up where you left off; that way there would be no burden on a single individual financially, creatively or physically.

    I was a great show. Thank you.

  17. 17 Tara (tarajamiesonmusic)

    Hi. My Name is Tara. I’m 16. I’ve been knitting since I was 10, but when I first started I was completely lost with what to do and got really bored with just plain garter stitch scarves. Thats around when I found Lets Knit2gether. You helped to get me started with more difficult projects and helped me learn to hone my skills. Knitting has helped me to learn to focus and to my fine motor skills when I am playing my music (I play piano, guitar, and I sing as well as writing my own music). Knitting for the less fortunate has also helped me to complete my community service hours required for high school (In Ontario Canada we have to complete 40 hours to get our high school diploma).

    I just wanted to take the time to say thank you for all the help that you have given me over the past 5 years and I wish you all the best for the future!

    If you ever wanted to checkout my music my youtube channel is tarajamiesonmusic

    All the best! And Merry Christmas!!!

  18. 18 Tracy

    I’m going to miss you. I’ve learned so much from your episodes. Best wishes on your new adventures and I hope to meet you someday.

  19. 19 mary

    You’ve both done an excellent job. Your podcast was my “go to” for
    inspiration. Cat, you are beautiful! Eric, you’re behind the scene but I’m sure you’re beautiful too. Thank you both. I will miss you.

  20. 20 LP Starr

    I will surely miss your videocast. It has been wonderful, and you and Eric have been great hosts. I will have to stalk you on Ravelry, I guess, to see what your are knitting now. I have learned many and varied things from you.

  21. 21 Barbara

    Cat and Eric,

    You have been such a source of inspiration to me. I will miss you terribly and hope you will reconsider after a nice long break.

    I’m not sure you can truly understand what you and Let’s Knit Together have meant to so many people.

    Wishing you all the best and Thanks for all you’ve done!

  22. 22 karen

    Wow, this is news. I want to wish you both much happiness and success with your new adventures and to thank you for your wonderful podcasts. I’ve learned, laughed and cried watching the series and have loved every minute of it.

  23. 23 Kristine

    Will miss you and your show! Thank you for being my first experience with another knitter. You show has been an integral part of my knitting life. Farewell to both you and Eric…and many yarn-y good wishes for your future.

  24. 24 Megan

    I will miss your show. Your episode on Felting in the washing machine is what got me really into wool, followed by knitting, followed by a knitting machine, followed by knitting socks on my knitting machine and much much more.

    I will truly miss your episodes. they always inspired me.

  25. 25 Katherine

    Thank you both for your talents. I will miss your collaborative inspiration and humor. My favorite episode is sock wars. In fact it’s so good that I found myself going into your archives and hunting down more insightful hints and bits of humor. It started me searching down the rabbit hole of cyber knitting blogs for more insightful information, however, I have yet to find a match to your work. Take care and Happy New Year!

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