Reclaiming ripples: Podcast 25 is out!

Welcome to Episode 25 of the Crafternoon Treats crochet podcast: Reclaiming ripples.

In this episode I take you on a little tour of my craft room, all recently reorganised, show you my progress with crochet and knitting projects and chat about some yarny pleasures and my plans for Feb and March! The title alludes to the Seascape ripple blanket that I have had on the go for about 18 months now… it keeps getting put away and forgotten but I am now determined to reclaim and finish those lovely ripples.

Watch the episode here:



My hand dyed yarn is available at my Etsy shop – Discount code for 20% off is PodcastJan17… this will be added to an ADDITIONAL 20% off until January 31st that I will add manually as a refund once I process your order. DO NOT WORRY that the code only gives you the 20% off. You will get the full 40% discount 🙂

This is my latest project using one of my hand dyed yarns – Rubecula, which incorporates the beautiful colours of our dear little Robin. I’m using it to make another shawl while I work out the final pattern for my new shawl ready for testing.

Welcome to Episode 25!

Welcome to the Crafternoon Treats Crochet podcast about crochet, yarny pleasures, a bit of knitting and loads of lovely chat.

In this episode I chat about the projects I have on the go, including one from AGES ago that has only just started to see the light of day again…

I have some important giveaway news as we have now gone over 3100 subscribers to the channel – woo hoo. Thank you to each and every one of you who subscribes and watches xxx

Some links to things I talk about

My new sock blockers were from

The Vintage Fairy Light socks (knitted) by Helen Stewart of Curious Handmade – you can buy the pattern here

For more information about my sock journey and for the link to the video tutorial on YouTube for the Kitchener grafting stitch for sock toes, see my blog at

The Echinacea shawl by Andree Anne Marceau (AAM Designs on Ravelry). To buy the Echinacea shawl pattern go to the pattern page on Ravelry:

The Amaroo shawl by Deanne of Addydae designs which you can buy at

Three gorgeous blanket patterns by Susan Carlson of Felted Button on Ravelry. These three patterns are available as a giveaway in this episode. Check out Susan’s website at and her Ravelry store at

The neat ripple pattern by Lucy of Attic24 I’ve modified this to make a 6 stitch ripple repeat and worked in the back loop to give more texture. Read more about my seascape blanket beginnings here.

My blandala pattern is available on Ravelry at a cost of £2.

The Artic Knitting podcast

The Knit British audio podcast

Inge and her wonderful Etsy shop: Inge Kjær Christensen Inge has kindly donated one of her beautiful hand woven linen and cotton towels as one of the giveaways for this episode. She also made me this beautiful hand knitted shawl from wool that she has dyed (and prepared the fibre) and spun herself.

My finished blanket for the Flower Power Blanket CAL:


Winners of the two giveaways from last time

Craftynewpea won the project bagby Clarisabeth from the Crochet Cakes podcast…

Mayti won the book by Christine of Winwick mum on getting started with knitted socks…

I’ve messaged you both on Ravelry so please get in touch x

Music: Oliver Chester-Nolan. Commissioned and composed specially for the Crafternoon Treats Podcast by Oliver, a young and very talented musician and composer – . All other content generated and originated by Kathryn Senior of Crafternoon Treats.

I’d love to receive your comments so please leave a comment here, or on YouTube or check me out on Instagram ( or on Facebook ( or in the Ravelry group – search Crafternoon Treats in the groups tab on Ravelry.

This is a direct link to my YouTube channel – please do subscribe as I’m often running giveaways exclusively for YouTube subscribers xxx

Thanks for watching, Kathryn xxxxx

This final pic is the beautiful Amaroo shawl made by Susan Lord in my hand dyed yarn

6 thoughts on “Reclaiming ripples: Podcast 25 is out!

  1. Heather says:

    Morning Kathryn! I’ve been in a real slump lately with my crochet, knitting etc. But watching your podcast has given me the encouragement needed! Love all your projects and your crafting space!

    • Crafternoon Treats says:

      Hi Heather How lovely of you to write a comment to let me know – I’m so pleased that you are inspired by my podcast… knowing that people enjoy it is such a brilliant feeling 🙂

  2. Elaine Hocking says:

    Wheal Agar on ravelry – Wow Kathryn, thanks for the Kitchener link. I now understand what to do and why. AND I am ready to finish off my sock so will give it a go.
    I also love your stitch markers in Etsy.

    • Crafternoon Treats says:

      Thanks Elaine – I’ve got some new charms so new markers will be going into the shop very soon. Yes, that video is a lifesaver isn’t it? So well explained 🙂

    • Crafternoon Treats says:

      Thanks Caroline – I do sometimes slip up and am a bit late with the show notes but I’m glad that you find them useful 🙂

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