Join me for knitting, sewing, cooking, poetry, and my goal of creating a mostly handmade wardrobe.
Operation Pumpkin Everything
Updates on my Rhinebeck sweater and coordinating skirt. Plus, en plein air "painting" with felt, my version of fig financiers and a poem by Jane Hirshfield.
The Best Thing You've Eaten All Summer
A catch-up on finished projects and upcoming makes — including my Rhinebeck sweater. Plus, pollinators, recipes to savor summer, and a poem by Fatimah Asghar.
Language of the Moon
My newly-completed Brise cardigan in 100% yak yarn is going with me everywhere. Seriously, everywhere. In this episode, I talk about felted landscape sketches in Provincetown, upcoming Slow Fashion classes at Yin Hoo studio, and a giveaway of brilliant fiber from Riot of Color. Plus, a poem by Major Jackson.
The Gospel According to the Wood Thrush
In this episode, I talk about knitting Brise cardigan no.3 and sewing a blouse based on a commercially made top. There's also exciting news about Slow Fashion Summer Camp, a series of class sessions focused on handwork and the creation of wearable art. Finally, I share some literary passages about the wood thrush, which, as Thoreau noted, is "a Shakespeare among birds."
I’m knitting Brise cardigan no. 3 in beautiful lace weight yak yarn, thinking carefully about small modifications and sharing tips for picking up and knitting stitches on the collar — in ONE take! Also in this episode, finished socks, new socks, pattern drafting, wool dresses, clogs, farro salad, and a poem for Pride Month.
Held Together Only by a Thread
In this episode, I talk about projects I've been working on (and completing) this spring. There's knitting, sewing, cooking, and a poem in celebration of #memademay.
It makes my day when Sara posts a new episode. I settle into my knitting space and listen to each incredibly thoughtful episode. I’ve learned about pie baking, poetry, natural dyeing and of course knitting from Sara. I can’t wait for the next episode.
calming + chill
While in self isolation i sort out a knitting podcast. i was so excited to finally make some progress on my knitting skills in all my new alone time (i’m a crocheter already). I listened to one new episode and was hooked. Obsessed about learning more about Sara’s own knitting origin story, I located Sara’s first couple of years of podcasting on her website. This podcast is exactly what I need right now and i’m thrilled to have hundreds of episodes in front of me on my new knitting journey. Thank you Sara.
I love this podcast! Sara discusses all of my favorite topics: fiber arts, spinning/knitting, food and many other creative endeavors. I just started listening and can’t wait for the next episode. This is truly food for my soul - thank you for sharing your beautiful voice!