Well folks, I'm jumping into the podcast pool.
I've been mulling this over in my head for a while, trying to get my thoughts organized on what I want the podcast to be....and I've finally decided it's time.
I'm working on getting all my equipment purchased and set up right now, so I should be recording my first episode really soon.
Here is a list of my show segments and the type of content they'll cover.
Things I heart - This can be knitting related, or just something I love in general. I will try to keep it knitting related, but I won't limit it strictly to knitting all the time.
On the needles - This will mostly just be about my current works in progress.
A knitter's quarrel - Here I'll talk about things that have gone wrong with my knitting. Whether it's my own mistake, or just errata in the pattern. I'll also try to make sure I include what I've done or found to correct it.
Head over wheels - This will be my spinning segment. I'll talk about what fibers I'm spinning, how I'm spinning them and what I'd like the finished yarn to become.
Pitter Pattern - It just doesn't get as cold here (or for as long) as other more northern parts of the country. Living in Florida usually means that you get a smidge of spring, a loooong summer, a bit of fall, and a few days of winter temps (without the snow). It's not uncommon to wake up to 30 degree temperatures in the morning, and find mid 60's at lunch time during the winter months. Because of that, we tend to do a lot of lighter layers that we can peel off into the afternoon, and put back on into the evening and night. This segment will cover patterns that I love for our type of weather, such as cute shawls and shawlettes, cowls, fingerless mitts, lightweight cardigans and pullovers.
From time to time I'll also include reviews. They'll be knitting related in some fashion. Probably mostly consisting of patterns, pattern books, yarn and tools.
I think there are a lot of podcasts that are knitting related, but I haven't heard of any that focus on warmer weather knits. Regardless of how beautiful a design, I find it a little hard to cast on a sweater with a bulky weight yarn for our type of climate. I'm hoping to shed some light on things for all of us knitters that don't live in a wintery wonderland three months of the year.
Here's to a new adventure! Wish me luck!