Episode 73 – Come and Knock On My Door

This week we review the newest MochiMochi book, talk about a new giveaway item, and discuss SSK in more detail.

Leslie is knitting on Mermaid Lagoon out of Madelintosh Pashmina on size 2 (2.75 mm). She has also cast on the Transverse Shawlette by Wendy Johnson out of Perfect Day Haiku Bamboo in Attain the  Way on size 6 (4mm)needles.

Laura knitting on some String Theory Entanglement in Quasar for some plain socks on 1.5 (2.5 mm). I’m also designing a shawl called, Thin Ice, out of Tempted Good Grrl on size 6 needles. She has cast on a Monday Morning Cardigan out of Cascade 220 in color 9473 on size 5 (3.75 mm).  She has finished the swatch.

Leslie is spinning some Tempted soysilk/wool in Mediatation.

Book Review: Teeny-Tiny MochiMochi

Super Summer Knitaway

Craftiness Nostepinne

Stash Dash is Done!

Bags have been Mailed

Tempted and Dyeabolical Shipments

Yarnivore Bags

Happy Birthday Ro!

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About Leslie

Leslie is obsessed with knitting, and when possible, perfection in her knitting. All stripey socks must match exactly and all lace must be blocked severely. She has major love for all of her viewers/readers and hopes to keep blogging and podcasting for years to come.

10 Responses to Episode 73 – Come and Knock On My Door

  1. Enid Mary Shaw says:

    5 stars
    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  2. Jessica says:

    Okay, this podcast made me spew a mouthful of red wine at my computer when you said I was loose. Har har. It’s a curse. I also laughed about Leslie’s comment about lace “looking like vomit” until it’s blocked and her comment about the mochimochi reindeer music video (it reminded me of Snoop in that Pepsi Zero commercial, LOL).

  3. karen says:

    great as always 🙂

  4. Carol says:

    Wow – it is a really big deal about the sleeping arrangements being included. I was thinking that it would cost about $1000 but that was way wrong.

  5. Katrina says:

    Thanks ladies…I’ve had the Three’s Company theme song stuck in my head ever since I saw the title of this show. Great show as always!

  6. folksmith says:

    Yeah! I received my bag today. What a nice surprise, I wasn’t sure if i was going to be one of the lucky 50 to get one. It’s really great! Thanks!

  7. Kate says:

    Fun show. I’m looking forward to the bag, but I understand these things can be very time consuming. Dyabolical is local for me, and I’m glad you love it so much. Rachel does a fabulous job – she rinses the hell out of her yarns and fibers and they don’t run, or wash out. I wish the sound was a bit louder – I noticed on your retreat announcement that the other person’s sound was so much clearer. I have to have total silence to hear you with the volume all the way up on my laptop which does have Harmon Kardon speakers as I’m something of an audiophile = or go to my computer that has big speakers. Just a comment – not a criticism. I look forward to ‘seeing’ you every week. I work nights so you guys give me somebody to knit with at all hours. Thanks.

  8. Anna L says:

    Didn’t get to see the show Monday morning like I usually do had to wait till Tuesday. That was a bummer but ya’ll and Carin were so excited you got me all fired up. Got my hat in the pot for SSK, can’t wait to see if I get in. I’ve been involved in getting this type of event together before and know how much work it is. So I really appreciate all the work you’ve put into it. If you need a helper for odds and ends let me know, I’ll be glad to help out. I’ll be at the AR Fiber Arts Extravaganza. WooHoo!! And got my Knit Girlls bag Tuesday. That’s another WooHoo!Thank you very much.

  9. Ro Countryman says:

    Aww, thanks, guys! Made my day 🙂

  10. DarrinDee says:

    Well I missed out on SSK, and kinda sad about that 🙁 . I was a few weeks behind on my podcast watching and I saw the BIG ANNOUNCMENT 1 day too late!!!!

    It’s funny that your nosty is from Craftiness. I just bought my first one a few weeks ago and I got it from him. Mine is a solid maple and I have used it many times since I bought it.

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