YarnCraft Episode 63 :: Must-Have Spring Projects for Men, Women, Children, and Even Pets!

29 Mar

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We wanted to know what YOUR must-have projects for the season are, and on today’s episode, Liz & Zontee share the answers, as well as some great project recommendations to get you in the mood for warm-weather. From projects for adults to those for kids and even pets, we’ve got fun and inspiring ideas to keep you crafting this spring!

We also share two phone calls and a bunch of comments from listeners like you. Join us for all this and more, next on YarnCraft!

Patterns discussed include:

On today’s Stash This: Ideas for Your Crafting Life, we talk about books that are great resources on all topics yarncraft-related. Learn more about the books by clicking the links below:

Next episode, we’ll be talking about great Mother’s Day projects. Have you made a special gift for Mom? Tell us about it! Post a message on the blog or email us at yarncraft [at] lionbrand [dot] com! You can also call in at 774-452-YARN–that’s 774-452-9276. We may include you in the next episode!

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Theme music is “Boy with a Coin” by Iron and Wine, from the PodSafe Music Network.

Show Notes:
00:11 Intro & welcome
01:11 What’s on Liz & Zontee’s hooks and needles & listener comments
08:05 Must-have spring projects
17:46 Stash This: Ideas for Your Crafting Life
22:40 Thanks to our listeners and guests

  • DCAlaneKnits

    Thank you for another very informative episode. I especially appreciate the list of reference books.

    I recently listened to episode 8 again, with the Kate Jacobs interview. I just loved her books. It’s the only knitting fiction that I have read. Here’s a potential topic for a future episode: Are any of the other books out there just as good and worth reading? (because you know, it is hard to knit and read at the same time. It’s a tough choice!)

    And just like Paul, I made a worsted weight sock! I think I’ll try another one before I go for the real deal. I am so psyched..

  • Tammy

    I agree with DCAlane – it’s hard to read and knit at the same time. I love to listen to books on tape (or CD) so her suggestion for a future episode about good knitting reads would be terrific!!