Monday, October 3, 2011

Episode 6 - Sweet Jane

In today's episode, I sit down with local Victoria knitwear designer Jane Richmond.  Plus, apples & nuts in the kitchen. And then we talk basics for rituals and spellwork.

Show notes for Episode 6:

Housekeeping:
  • Everything Old Em yarn & fiber contest - the winner is: Wooly Knits n'bits (Lise, or Zenitude on Ravelry)
  • Ravelry group for The Pagan Knitter
  • Twitter's "knit chat" - hash tag #knitchat, Thursdays at 6:30pm Pacific, 9:30pm Eastern.
The Knitter's Needles:

The Pagan Knitter chats with Jane Richmond.  Some links to lead you to Jane's patterns:
The Pagan Corner: 
Yarn/Fibre give-away for the month of October.  Leave a comment on this post to be eligible to enter.  Deadline/draw - Friday, October 28th, 9pm Pacific/12 Midnight Eastern.

 Tanis Fiber Arts, Blue Label Sock Yarn, in "Aquarium" colourway.


Gaia's Colours Fibre Arts, Umaj Top (50% SW Merino/50% Bamboo) in "Rainbow Beast" colourway.

A few photos to go with the episode:

Jane Richmond, showing off her new cardigan (soon to be released)
A close up -

King apples ripening on our trees.

27 comments:

  1. Loved the interview! Great episode:D

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  2. Thank you for such a kind introduction Ursa, it was a real pleasure to do the interview with you!

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  3. I loved this episode and meeting Jane Richmond. Her designs are fresh.
    Apples are baking in my kitchen. You are lucky to have them in your yard.

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  4. Enjoyed the interview. I love janerichmond designs!

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  5. I loved this. This was the first time I have listened. I will be listening to very episode from now on.

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  6. Thanks again for a wonderful podcast. I thoroughly enjoyed it from the first minute through to the last, and am looking forward to the next one. I found the description of the ritual fascinating.

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  7. Loved the interview. So happy to have found your podcast!

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  8. great episode!! I loved the interview and have had Janes Mustard Scarf on my queue forever. I am going to make it some time this winter

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  9. Wonderful podcast, as usual, Ursa. I think each episode is fantastic, and then each time you outdo yourself!

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  10. Wonderful podcast loved the interview :) LOVE Jane's patterns

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  11. I just found your podcast. I am going to subscribe right now

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  12. I loved the interview, too. I would LOVE to knit for a living!

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  13. Great podcast, loved the interview as well!

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  14. Nice interview. It sounds like the two of you had great chemistry.

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  15. I love your podcasts, so easy to listen to, you have a great podcast voice. And also lovely giveaways ;-)

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  16. Another great episode! I have a couple of Jane's designs in my queue so this was good inspriation! Hmmm. . . that Tanis yarn might want to become part of a daybreak shawl!

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  17. Lovely as always. It's so relaxing to listen to the podcast with a cup of tea.

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  18. Great podcast and inspiring interview!

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  19. I just found your podcast today; loving every minute!

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  20. Really enjoyed this podcast. I'm knitting Jane's "Rae" pattern right now and am looking forwards to knitting more of her patterns. It's so great to learn more on this fabulous designer and about apples. Good luck with the harvest.

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  21. Thanks for a great podcast. I'm SpringPeeper on revelry.

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  22. very enjoyable podcast-Love hearing about your life and beliefs.

    chellieanne on ravelry

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  23. This is the first time I've listened to you. It won't be my last time.

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  24. Lovely job, yet again Ursa!
    You know how to get a hold of me - yarn only please, I don't spin!

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  25. loving each episode more and more! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  26. I need to add a contact to my above comment it's purplefish on ravelry.

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  27. I recently heard about your podcast and just listened to this episode. I really enjoyed it and look forward to catching up with the previous episodes.

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