Wow, that two weeks went by really quickly! It’s already Episode 20 of my fabulously unprofessional crochet podcast (it’s a crochet vlog, I’m writing “podcast” cos of how I understand SEO. I bet it doesn’t work anyway. Meh! whatever…). As ever, please click on the above picture to be transported to the episode over on YouTube.
Although I’m wearing a crochet Christmas hat, it isn’t a particularly festive themed episode. You can’t escape the fact that the season is almost upon us but I’m not in full yule tide merriment just yet.
I talk about adjusting my knitted cowl, a new crochet design, vintage pattern books and generally waffle about stuff.
Here are some links:
Autumn mitts (again!)
Granny Stripe scarf. The written pattern is Here and the tutorial is Here.
Higher Gills Farm Teeswater yarn
And that’s all really. I’ve not been going full steam for a while but that’s ok…
Hellooo!! Episode 10 already, where has the time gone?! Anyway, I talk enough in the video, so I won’t do it here too! Below are the links to the things I’ve talked about. As usual, click on the pic above to travel over to YouTube. Thanks so much. X
The Spider Tutorial on YouTube is here. And this is the written pattern here.
Granny Beach Bag pattern
Zeens and Roger on Ravelry. You’ll find the thread for Episode 10!
Urban Stripe Shawl
Fluffy Chevron Cowl Pattern
Viking Hand dyed Yarns
Hello there! The above screen shot will take you to YouTube for a crochet podcast /video web log experience you’ll never forget!! Please do pop along and watch; it would make me super happy! Anyway, what have you been up to? This vlog is pretty much what I’ve been doing over the last couple of weeks. I always have really good intentions about structure, format, order etc. As soon as the record button gets pressed, that all goes out the window! It’s just supposed to be a chat, not a presented programme. That’s what I tell myself.
Here are the links to stuff in episode 6. If there’s anything else you’re interested in please do ask. Cheers.
This week’s bluebell blog post
Japanese crochet books (and other various craft books) can be found here
Nanna Nostalgia. A blog post I wrote last year about my crafty heritage.
Keep Calm and Carry Yarn Podcast
Crochet Cakes Podcast
Crochet Luna Podcast
And here is some of the stuff I talked about this time round…