Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Robinznest THE PODCAST! Episode 1 - An Introduction


Exciting things are happening at "the Nest"! Creating a podcast is something I have thought of doing for quite some time now.  And since I had a few days off this week I decided to just go for it. In my first episode I talk about my knitting, my farm, how I am growing my sheep into sweaters and of course my sweet grandbabies. I hope to be able to embed an audio player in my posts in the future, but I am a very slow techie person and it is going to take me some time to figure it all out. In the meantime, if you care to listen, go to iTunes and search in the podcasts for Robinznest. If you listen, please be sure to leave a comment on iTunes, it helps move my podcast up in the search engine. I truly hope you enjoy it!


SHOWNOTES for Episode 1 - An Introduction

www.knitpicks.com 
the first knitting website I discovered 

this is the pattern to the infamous Mr. Foster.  Give him a try - he is an education in himself!

This is the first knitting podcast I discovered.

This is a great website/podcast to follow.

I have learned so much about wool and knitting on this site.

The shawl I am currently working on.

In the podcast I said this pattern was called Sheep.  My bad, it's really called Lamb.

This is the Ravelry group I joined for the Ravellenics.

Yikes!  This is my project for the Ravellenics!  Wish me luck!

The most awesome sheep/wool/spinning resource ever!

The world's fastest knitter - whew!  She makes me tired just watching her!


Contact me at:

 My blog:  robin-robinznest.blogspot.com
email:  Robinznest.knits@gmail.com
Robinznest on Ravelry

Thanks so much for listening - please leave me a comment and/or feedback and let me know what you think.  

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2 comments:

Eileen said...

I really enjoyed your podcast, Robin! Great job! I'm looking forward to getting to know you more through the podcast. I'm going to read through your blog a bit too.

Eileen

Karen said...

Hello Robin! I just listened to episode 1 and I thought you did a great job - really enjoyed the content and you've got a very pleasant voice. I'm going to work backwards on your blog and I've subscribed through ITunes because as my husband says, I'm always plugged in when he's trying to talk to me. You can catch up with me on my blog http://www.quarteracredandelionfarm.blogspot.com