A Bobble Club House podcast, where we talk about being elderly millennials, knitting and basically all things Crafting!
Episode 5: Jacqui Fink
This week on the podcast I have a heart to heart with fiber artist Jacqui Fink! If you liked what you heard and want to hear more then don't forget to leave a like, comment, & subscribe!
I already have a correction and I'm only one episode into the new format. At one point we are talking about the scarf that Lenny Kravitz wore a few years ago and we called him Jimi Hendrix. whoops! I totally didn't catch that until I was editing... I'm sure you will catch at least one correction every episode.
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Episode 4: Let’s Try This Again!
This week I had the chance to chat with knitter, spinner, and yarn dyer Cortni O’Hara from Rita Mae Yarns and finally redo our long lost episode.
Episode 3: LoveCrafts, Rhinebeck, & Fun Career Twists
This week I talk to Caroline Morant. A new(ish) knitter and member of the LoveCrafts Team. Join us as we talk about Rhinebeck Sheep & Wool, why “blacking” out isn’t always a bad thing, and the unexpected paths that led each of us to where we are today. Happy Crafting!
Episode 2: Knowing What You Don’t Know
This week I chat and fan girl with knitter and weaver Jessica Culligan about our love of Cocoknits, Stars Hollow, and knowing when to ask for help as a small business owner.
Episode 1: Umms, likes, & Getting Started
Getting out the umms, likes, and technical difficulties with, my good friend and amazing knitter, Jennifer Plumridge. Join us as we chat about how we got into knitting, common mistakes most new knitters make, and being elderly millenials.