Yarn Thing with Marly Bird


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Great guests from the yarn industry, wonderful conversation, and PRIZES...it doesn't get much better than this. Join MARLY BIRD, the first crochet podcaster on iTunes, as she hosts a live show every TUESDAY and THURSDAY mornings. The show is and always has been a crochet and knitting podcast since 2007. Find Show Notes, Free Patterns, Class Schedule and my Blog at www.marlybird.com

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Melissa Wehrle is one of the designers I most want to interview. Her career is fascinating to me and I am super excited that she is joining me for a podcast. She studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where she majored in Fashion... more

One of today's hottest knitting trends is entrelac, a modular technique that produces a striking woven diamond pattern. Using only simple knit and purl stitches, knitters can create eye-catching pieces with incredible texture.... more

Cherish the gorgeous and timeless appeal of America’s northeast with this irresistible collection. Inspired by autumn, winter, and spring in new England (where the savvy knitter is never far from a sweater between September and... more

Norah is the author of Knitting Nature and is a member of the design team at Berroco. She is obsessed by polygons, loves cables and only occasionally dabbles in colorwork. She says that she is a bit of a knitting cat woman cliché,... more

The KNITGRRL Guide to Professional Knitwear Design is wonderful. It’s simple, direct, and doesn’t pull any punches. If you’re contemplating a career in knit design, or if you’re already designing, this book is WELL worth your time! Join... more

Jill Wolcott is a leader in the knitting community and it is my honor to get to talk to her experience in this industry, her design style and her involvement with the Association of Kitwear Designers.

Amy O is the author of Knit for Bears to Wear and the popular blog www.thehookandi.com. Her knit and crochet designs and patterns have been featured in numerous books and industry-leading magazines, including... more

Join me as Linda Permann and I talk about crochet!

CASTING OFF by Nicole Dickson, a breathtaking debut novel about love, loss, and forgiveness. On a tiny island off the west coast of Ireland, the fishermen’s handmade sweaters tell a story. Each one is unique; feelings are stitched into... more

Lace, Lace, Lace!
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