Sticks & String

A podcast by an Australian bloke who knits.

Show 137 – It doesn’t just happen

Sorry this took a while to get up, there was a problem with the site I use to create the show notes, and I had to wait until I was on holidays to work out what was happening. I finally got it sorted yesterday.
As this is the last show of Series 13, I’d like to thank everyone who has contributed since it began in February. Series 14 will start up in July (I’m not sure exactly which weekend yet).

If you’d like to take up the Audible offer of a free trial account and a free book, click here.
And of course Sally joins us for the final Easter Show knitting review. Don’t forget to drop her a line.
The information for World Wide Knit In Public day is here.
And the Tour de Fleece is coming up!

What’s happening
Courthouse Stitch’n’Bitch Every Sunday at the Courthouse Hotel Newtown 1:30pm
NSW Knitters Guild (Blue Mountains Division) 3rd Saturday of each month at the Blaxland Community Centre
Sydney Sity Klickers Every second Saturday at Barmuda, Australia Street Newtown

This show’s music
Vito Paternoster Allegro Molto – Sonata (Concerto Hob VIIb 1) in do (Magnatune)


Vito Paternoster plays Haydn & Boccherini by Vito Paternoster

You can contact me at david AT sticksandstring DOT com DOT au or
podcast AT sticksandstring DOT com DOT au
I’m on Ravelry as DavidReidy.
My Amazon wish list is here.
I’m sure that you know to replace the at with AT with @ and DOT with . but maybe the spam bots won’t.

Click here to play the show using your computer’s audio player.

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20 June 2010 - Posted by | knitting

3 Comments »

  1. Hi David,
    I enjoy your podcast so much. Thanks!
    I noticed that you have Margaret Atwood’s novel, The Year of the Flood, on your Amazon wish list. I purchased it from Audible — that way you also hear the songs sung.
    Warmly,
    Linda in Tallahassee, FL

    Comment by Linda | 25 June 2010

  2. Hi David,
    Thank you so very much for your podcast. I am an absolutely horrible traveler, especially by plane, but your podcast and a lace project kept me sane on the way out to my in-laws and back over the last week. You have such a calm, carefree way of speaking that you made me less nervous. You also talk about interesting enough things that I really need to listen instead of letting you slip into the background. You really helped me out, even if you weren’t aware of it at the time. So thanks again,
    Kali (near Washington, DC)

    Comment by tospinayarn | 30 June 2010

  3. I am new to Podcasts and I have just listened to your first 3 Podcasts. I have lots to catch up on. I am eager to listen to all your segments.

    Comment by Sheila | 7 August 2010


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