The last episode of the podcast was all about blocking, so I didn’t get much of a chance to talk about the projects I’ve been doing. This podcast episode is therefore following fast on its heels as I have updates about my projects and particularly news about the Bagalong. Read more about the bagalong here…
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Here are the highlights and links of the podcast with time indicators to help you locate the bits you want to watch/rewatch.
0.00 – 1.56
Welcome and intro
1.56 – 6.31
My finished and blocked shawls
- The Linus Shawl
- The Linus Shawl by Annett Corder is available free on Ravelry. I used Stylecraft Special Effects DK in Foxtrot available for about £2.50 for 100g.
- The Victoria Shawl
- Pattern for the Victoria Shawl by Sandra Paul of Cherry Heart. Yarn is the Louise Harding Amitola and Tango (50% wool, 50% silk), available widely in the UK from local yarn shops and online retailers and online for international buyers. Quick note about international orders – Deramores ships to the USA for £3.95 per order, irrespective of how large or small it is. Find out more about other international delivery charges here. Black Sheep Wools and Woolwarehouse UK also deliver internationally – click on each company name to find out more about their international delivery prices and terms.
6.31 – 10.02
About the Bagalong (see also the separate blog post on the Bagalong)
10.02 – 31.42
Video tutorial on starting the retro granny square that forms the body of the Marie bag
31.42 – 37.12
A guide on how to line the bag
37.12 – 40.22
Ideas on how to start decorating the front of the bag
40.22 – 44.46
Another finished work in progress! My finished sewn project bag with crochet trim.
44.46 – 48.16
News about my knitted socks and the giveaway for this week
Super socks written by Christine of the blog Winwick Mum – a fab self published book that shows how to knit a basic sock pattern using either DPNs, small circular knitting needles or using the magic loop method.
48.16 – end
Thanks for watching and see you next time!
I won’t be doing a podcast next week as I’ve quite a few things to catch up on and I want to try out my new equipment for doing tutorials. I might repackage the tutorial section in this podcast to form a separate video and I may be back with a couple of either tutorials or podcast shorties – I’ll see how it goes. Otherwise, I’ll be back with Episode 11 towards the middle of June.
Giveaway winners for the prizes on offer in Episode 8
The lovely yarn by Amy of Stranded Dyeworks was won by Mia Russell and the yarn ball earrings was won by 24CaratCrochet. I’ve heard back from both and the goodies will be posted out this Friday.
The giveaways from Episode 9 and Episode 10
- 9: The stylish and very practical rust-resistant blocking pins from Knit it, Hook it, Craft it and the handy pin magnet.
- 10: Super socks, the book by Christine Perry on knitting your first socks
The winners of these two prizes will be chosen from YouTube subscribers on Thursday 9 June and announced on my blog and in the next podcast.
7 thoughts on “Podcast 10: Bag talk (mostly), including the Bagalong”
Hello Kathryn I am really enjoying your podcasts. I have knitted mainly baby jackets over the years but socks have remained a complete mystery to me and I have lost count of the failed attempts but I would so love to complete one pair in my life! Crochet also has bypassed me as, for some reason, I cannot follow a crochet pattern but am hopeful your tutorials will help me overcome this hurdle. I love catching up with you Kathryn and find your style and approach so entertaining and informative. A huge thank you – have a great weekend.
Dear Dorothy, thank you so much for leaving such a lovely and encouraging comment xxxx
I love your podcasts and I wait eagerly for them! Your production values are amazing. To be honest it all looks so polished that it is like watching a tv show (a v friendly and genuine one). You are so informative and chatty that whatever you are doing or saying, it’s always very interesting. I liked watched your excellent tutorial – I don’t actually need it but it was still fun to watch, and it was all ultra clear.
You are a natural teacher as you know what to include, as well as what questions people might have and then you show it all really clearly and patiently with good explanations. Never remotely bossy either, just very helpful. Whatever your Amazon purchase was to help you do it, it worked as it was excellent!
Thank you so much for the time and effort you are putting in to these podcasts. I so enjoy your work 🙂 Your shawls are both lovely and look very nice as modelled by you. Love the colours of the knitted socks, I might have to see if I can get it.
Hi Sara thanks so kind of you to say – its so good to get encouragement for what I’m doing xxxx Kathryn
Another great podcast, just started my bag for the bagalong x
That’s great Jen – more tutorials coming soon xxx
I always look forward to your podcasts (and tuorials) so I’ll be looking forward to the next one.
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