Saturday, March 10, 2007

Craft Talk

(originally published at BlogHer).

Spring is slowly moving northward, meaning time spent outdoors walking in the parks, working in the gardens, and maybe catching some rec-baseball games. What better thing to keep me company than a selection from the skilled women who produce Crafty PodCasts.

A run-through of those podcasts still bringing the goods:


Annie Smith is still doing Quilting Stash, and Elle is asking those who care to become art quilt ambassadors at Sew Chick.


Guido is a Boston guy with fiber issues and a great podcast!

Christa Knits is updated about once a month.

Let's Knit2gether is the first vcast for knitters. Watch Cat spin.

The Mosh Knitter is a young punk knitter in San Francisco.

Lime and Violet
are hysterical.

The Knitting Cook talks about all things fiber and includes a new recipe with each episode.

Unwound talks about all things fiber (knitting and crochet)


CrochetCast is new and improved with a co-host!!.


Craft Borg. Resistance is truly futile.

CraftCast with Alison Lee is in it's second year!!

One of my personal favorites: CraftSanity.

CraftyPod has a new home, but the same great shows!


Material Mama reviews patterns, talks about inspiration and covers all things sewing.

There were a number of other podcasts that I would follow that have stopped producing. And yes, Alex Anderson has a podcast but they don't see fit to include an RSS feed. (subscribing to it on ITunes is the only way to learn of updates). I didn't particularly like the couple episodes I listened to.

So is there anyone else out there who I should have on this list??

Check out my other blog: Deb's Daily Distractions

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