podcast episode 1

September 18, 2016

TMLI’ve had the idea to start a podcast last year in the summer. Back then I was living in Munich in a tiny apartment so the location was not ideal. Then came lots of other excuses (busy with school, knitting mojo gone so nothing to share, internship abroad so no props/ talented photographers close by, etc.). You can always come up with an excuse not to start something that seems intimidating at first. This month’s motivational text in my GTWB planner is 1 idea in action is better than 100 ideas on deck so it only seemed appropriate to just start my podcast today.

So here is my first, very imperfect podcast episode:


What I’m Working On

This week I’m working on a pair of vanilla socks, using Opal rainforest sock yarn (color way ‘Mira – die Geheimagentin’).I’m also knitting on the never-ending cable scarf Elfreide, designed by Lucy Sweatband for the Wool People 2 collection by Brooklyn Tweed.

Finished Objects

I finished a pair of vanilla socks, made out of Malabrigo sock yarn scraps.

The third color affection shawl I knitted is also done. This is a popular design by Veera Välimäki of rain knitwear designs. Click here to see all the dirty details about which yarns I used, needles, etc. on my revelry project page.

Last but not least, I finished the breathing space sweater, another design by Veera Välimäki.

Planning phase

At the end of the podcast, I am having a hard time deciding which colors of tosh merino light to choose for the mystery knit along (MKAL) that Stephen West of West Knits is hosting next month.

Thank you so much for watching! I really appreciate your support and cannot wait to go down further this mysterious rabbit hole called podcasting 😉

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1 Comment

  • Reply Stephany September 19, 2016 at 01:00

    Yay! It’s so good to see you again! I love the colours you chose. You should use the blues with the purple and speckles. It’s perfect and I love it 😀

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