Episode 006: Sara Lamb on Spinning and Silk

I’ve been wanting to introduce our listeners to some of the really inspiring spinners that I’ve had a chance to meet over the years. Sara Lamb is a spinner, dyer, and weaver who has been my personal fibre hero for years now. Sara is a longtime local spinner and weaver who maintains a working studio…

Episode 004: Laura Nelkin on Knitting and Designing

In this episode, Felicia chats with New York-based knitwear designer, Laura Nelkin about how she got started knitting, designing, and now teaching on Craftsy.com. Laura talks about her first book, “Knockout Knits” as well as what she’s designing next. Plus you’ll hear about Laura’s experience as the Design Director for hand-dyed yarn company, Schaefer Yarns,…

Episode 003: Heather Zoppetti of Stitch Sprouts

This week, Felicia chats with knitwear designer, teacher, and author, Heather Zoppetti. Heather is the recent author of two books: Everyday Lace (Interweave, 2014) and Unexpected Cables (Interweave, 2015). Heather is also the owner and founder of Stitch Sprouts, a distribution and service company offering access to the yarns, patterns, and hand-made stitch markers. They…

Episode 002: Kate Atherley on Knitting Custom Socks

Kate Atherley is a knitwear designer and teacher who has become an expert on knitting socks. Specifically socks that will fit all different shapes and sizes of feet. Listen to this episode to learn what’s important when knitting to get a better fitting, better wearing pair of socks! You can download the podcast to your computer…

The SweetGeorgia Show: Episode Zero

The SweetGeorgia Show, what? It’s finally here! Welcome to the first ever episode (Episode Zero!) of The SweetGeorgia Show, the podcast that explores the sweet spot between colour, craft, and creativity. You can download the podcast to your computer or listen to it here right from the website. I’ve also submitted the podcast feed to…

Mini Road Trippin’ to Churchmouse and Happy Knits

Before my husband and I had Russell, we always said, we would just incorporate the baby into whatever we were doing and wherever we were traveling to. It hasn’t been the easiest thing in the world and, for sure, we have made schedule adjustments to prioritize what the baby needed, but we have still always…