UPDATE: There’s an oops in the original file. I was trying to decide between two songs for the end of the show, and I forgot to delete the runner-up from the final mix. As a result Cwm Rhondda is blasting at full volume during the part of the podcast where I talk about sweaters. I’ve corrected the error, and uploaded a new track. I’ve also created a new line item in the feed for the corrected version, as replacing the file causes more problems that you could possibly know. The new version is called Episode 113: Reknitting Redo.
This sounds quite a measured response as I write this, but in truth there was quite a bit of cursing and flapping about. This sort of error happens just when I think the final stages of making the podcast public all going so incredibly well. I should know by now that usually spells trouble.
Huge thanks to my knitsibs for letting me know about the problem so that I could fix it!
In this episode: St David’s Day heralds the return of Spring in Pembrokeshire, all of which I get to enjoy at close range due to the sudden illness of the Red Dragon. Patty Lyons drops in with a sneak peak of what’s in
store studio for me at Lion Brand Yarn Studio in New York City. The yarn has arrived. Much ado about fibre, and then some musing on memory and reknitting, punctuated by music in the language of the bards.
I will not be able to make the Columbia Gorge Fibre Festival but you might.
Take part in the Memorable Yarn Project.