Episode 2

December 1, 2010 at 1:31 am Leave a comment

Welcome to the Episode 2 Shownotes! 🙂  Here are links to pretty much everything we talked about… if we missed something, please let us know!


(**Hey there! 🙂  Sorry our sound is a little “off” this week… Brittany is a lot louder than Dana, and we’re going to work on that for the next episode!  Please bear with us while we get the kinks worked out.  Thanks! 🙂 **)

On The Needles/Bobbins:


Elias’s Hippo in Dream in Color Knitosophy in the Blossom colorway

Papaw’s Christmas Socks 2010 in KnitPicks Swish Worsted in the Jade colorway

Broken Rib Socks in Colinette Jitterbug in the Gauguin colorway


Tadpole Socks in MadelineTosh sock in the Lichen colorway

Dana’s Finished Objects:

Dad’s Christmas Socks 2010 in KnitPicks Swish Worsted in the Marine Heather colorway

Crooked Paths Hat in Malabrigo Rios in the Archangel colorway

La Joie du Printemps Mittens in Cherry Tree Hill Supersock Solids in Cream & Fleece Artist Merino 2/6 in Paris

Brittany’s Finished Objects:

Crooked Paths Hat in Malabrigo Rios in the Solis colorway

Tidepool Socks in Koigu Painter’s Palette Premium Merino in pink/purple

Saartje’s Booties in Sanguine Gryphon Skinny Bugga in the Adonis Butterfly colorway

On Dana’s Bobbins:

Dorset bought at SAFF at the Little Barn booth

Blueberry Hill superwash merino dyed by Dana

New In The Queue:


Little Pumpkin socks

Wood Hollow Hat and Mittens (example of handspun Wood Hollow Hat)


Breaking Hearts socks

Thelonius socks

BFF socks

A quick review:


(We both queued a lot of patterns from the book, and go into a brief summary of our opinions of it.  To view the patterns from the book on Ravelry, click here.  To go to the Cookie A group on Ravelry, click here.  There is also a new group on Ravelry for the Knit. Sock. Love. book, including lots of knitalongs, here.)

Our Ode To Ravelry:

Congratulations to Ravelry on achieving 1,000,000 members!!!  We fully expect knitters to take over the world at any time now.  Ravelry has changed us all, whether we’re active online or not… from introducing us to new friends, new designers, new yarns, and new techniques, to breaking us out of our “comfort zones” and challenging us to become better masters of our craft, we all owe a lot to Ravelry.  We talk about how we were both lonely new knitters, and Ravelry opened lots of doors for us in the knitting community and inspired us to branch out and become better knitters.  We also wouldn’t have met if it wasn’t for Ravelry!  What are your awesome Ravelry stories?  How has Ravelry inspired you?  Come tell us on our group on Ravelry here!

If I Was A Rich Girl:


Little Gem II, Folding Spinning Stool, Plying Set, Wild Flyer


Lots of fiber sellers on Etsy: beesybee, Sheepish Creations, stitchesnrows, Springtree Road, Tyrannosaurus Knits

Some Praise for Malabrigo:

Brittany bought some Malabrigo Rios and got a nasty surprise- a very messy skein that was impossible to wind.  She wrote to Malabrigo and got some excellent customer service: they replaced the yarn and even sent her an extra skein of some test yarn.  We think they are a wonderful example of a company that cares about their product quality and their customers’ experiences while using their products.  Thank you, Tobias & Antonio!!

Upcoming Events:

We are going to be hosting a knitalong in January- Christmas Stockings!  We think it is a great idea because there’s no Christmas pressure hanging over our heads.  We’ll announce more details on episode 3, and hope you’ll consider joining us in the knitalong!  (P.S.  There will be prizes!!!)

Thank you for joining us for Episode 2, and we look forward to hearing from you!!!


Dana & Brittany

Dana on Ravelry: craftygirl83

Brittany on Ravelry: brittanylaine

Our group on Ravelry: Just One More Row Podcast Fans

Email us: justonemorerowpodcast@gmail.com

Follow us on Twitter: justonemorerow


Entry filed under: knitting, podcast, shownotes, spinning.

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