Posted by: dramaticknits | February 26, 2011

Episode 2 Thank You for Being a Friend

Now Performing:

Taking a Bow:

In the Spotlight:

In Rehearsal:

A Round of Applause:

Thanks to everyone for all the support from the first episode. You all are amazing!

Thank You Prize:

How to Get in Contact:


  1. Hmmm you have me craving Vesper sock yarn. I have been able to resist so far, but your stash is so nice. I Love the Green Hornet socks, especially the alternate striping – very cool.paletpc

  2. I adore your perspective here. While you were talking about the man socks I asked Hubs and he agreed that he would like them. So I immediately went to Ravelry to like them and found 4 other patterns from the book that I love. You put that book on my wish list. Thank you.Thanks also for the mention of Needle Bound.

  3. Hey lovah, You did fantastic again! The socks are lovely and I am SO jealous of your Vesper stash. I have some heel & toe coordinates but restrained myself from buying the stripey. Next update, I'm ALL over it though.I'll keep pimping you if you keep up the amazing job!

  4. If you have a mac store nearby, they will fix it, usually for free. You're making me want to flash my vesper stash, but that would take a whole episode length by itself. Keep up the great job and thanks for the mitts!

  5. The $ from blip takes several days to show up, and is different depending on the length of the commercial that plays. Some are longer than others. It builds pretty quickly, though, so hopefully you'll be rolling in it in no time!

  6. Enjoyed both of your podcasts. I will be glad when it is on itunes as now I have to go upstairs in my stash/library/computer/etc room to watch it. Which reminds me that I have to reorganize.

  7. Another great episode. Can't wait til next week's!!What was your last ugh project? Or do you have anything that you love the FO, but everyone else hated? Just curious.

  8. Love, love, love your show! Have subscribed to your blog, joined the ravely group and looking forward to regular postings. As a side note, I don't have a MAC and I was not able to watch any of the videocasts on Itunes so I gave it up and went directly to the blogs which I enjoy more anyway.

  9. Just found your excellent podcast through Plurk. Love it! Fast moving, interesting content, nice background. Don't tell Erin, but I think I heart you!

  10. First time listener! Great podcast!

  11. Again another great show…. I love your socks! I have several self striping yarns but am too much of a chicken to knit socks. Maybe I will take you up on the offer to knit some for me šŸ˜‰

  12. Hahaha! Loved your interpretation of the model with the pinecone! I'm glad I'm not the only one who does that. You're right, knit book modeling can be freaking odd sometimes. :}

  13. I am thoroughly enjoying your podcast. I love the variety of personalities that I've found through knitting podcasts and it's great to add a male perspective to the mix. Keep up the great work. Now, on to Episode 3 while I continue to work on a pair of socks. šŸ™‚

  14. I got a skein of Wollmeise Feldmaus to make a pair of socks for my better half, too. I am thoroughly enjoying hearing a guy perspective on knitting, and I thought the cowl looked great on you. Nice manly color and not too lacy. Functional.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s


%d bloggers like this: