Hangin’ with my Bronies!

Thursday, December 5th, 2013 | blah blah blah, crafts, Video Blog | No Comments

A couple of weeks ago I was interviewed for my pal OsakaJack’s podcast, Into The Spotlight. It’s a fun podcast for fans of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. I was super nervous, but it was a lot of fun!

Last night it aired on Everfree Radio and now you can give it a listen on Youtube. We talk MLP, but we also talk about animation, fandoms and crafting.


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6 Degrees of Ravelry

Monday, November 10th, 2008 | blah blah blah, crochet, knitting | 2 Comments

I am a fan of the podcast world. Knitting and non-knitting, I listen to lots. I used to be a big talk radio listener. I think it was because I was so used to listening to it back home in Michigan. My mom would be home in the afternoon, listening to the radio. It never really seemed like we had the television on much…… until my dad retired. Then it was balls to the walls coverage of “How It’s Made” or anything DIY related (don’t get me wrong, I am a huge fan of “How It’s Made”).

So, my ipod has now helped me to get connected to all kinds of people. I learn about the latest in knitting, or listen to stuff that makes me chuckle. My latest in favorite podcasts is actually by someone I have met…Dr. Gemma.

Now, podcasts aren’t how I met Dr. Gemma. I actually saw her in the LYS one night and I recognized her face. I kept thinking to myself….”I know that I know her from SOMEWHERE!” Then it dawned on me. I recognized her because of her avatar on Ravelry (scary, I know). She sat down with me and we chatted about Plurk, Ravelry, Podcasts…it was enough to make all of the non-techies in the room look at each other all glazed over at our geek speak. She is a fascinating woman with an equally fascinating job.

So really, if you like knitting/crochet podcasts and wanna get some extra therapy tips, you should give her a listen! Her podcast is called “CogKNITive” and you can find it on itunes and here.

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