Tejidos Jigra Knits

June 4, 2007

I’ve been podcasted! / Me han transmitido!

Filed under: Amigos y Familia, calcetinar, Cuentos, Family & Friends, Knitting, malla, punto, Stories, Tejer — jigraknits @ 5:45 pm

Thanks to David Reidy of “Sticks and String” podcast, my essay on how my immediate environment affects my knitting has been casted in audio format. I appreciate the feedback I’ve already received. Hope all of you take a minute to give David some feedback on how your environment affects your knitting.

Debido a la ayuda de David Reidy, director de producción del podcast que se llama “Sticks and String” o sea, palillos e hilo, mi ensayo en formato audio ha sido transmito. Hablo de como el medio ambiente en el cual vivo influye el tejer. Aprecio todas las reacciones que he recibido hasta ahora. David es un tejedor australiano que tiene un podcast sobre el tejer. Si entiende inglés les gustará escucharle y podran comentar acerca de sus experiencias de la influencia que tiene el medio ambiente tuyo sobre tus tejidos.

4 Comments »

  1. Hello Charles – I just listened to your essay on the sticks and strings podcast and really enjoyed it. I am very interested in teaching knitting to kids and would love to hear about your classes and any advice that you have on teaching groups of kids to knit.

    Sally

    Comment by Sally — June 17, 2007 @ 3:43 pm

  2. Escuche el ultimo podcast hoy. Estuvo excelente. Ambos tanto el de David en Australia como el tuyo.

    Comment by Laritza — June 6, 2007 @ 5:39 pm

  3. I heard your essay on Sticks and String, so I wanted to drop by and let you know how much I enjoyed it. I feel like I have gotten a bit of the flavor of Welland as well as a feel how that place both inspires and informs the knitting and teaching that you do.
    Thanks so much for sharing.

    Comment by ebourne — June 6, 2007 @ 7:26 am

  4. I left a comment earlier, and when I was listening to your own podcasts, I was trying to put two and two together – it finally did add up to four.
    I enjoyed your essay very much, as I am a Canadian and have lived in five of our provinces.
    I really enjoy your podcasts and am following your master knitter course with interest.
    I realized today that I really enjoy garter stitch and for one of the reasons you mentioned. It is like southern biscuits – soothing and sweet when you need something just like that to ease the day!

    Comment by Peg — June 4, 2007 @ 8:56 pm


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