Punk Rock knitting: The Ordinary Knitter – episode 2

Punk Rock knitting
The Ordinary Knitter Podcast
Punk Rock knitting: The Ordinary Knitter - episode 2

Welcome back to The Ordinary Knitter knitting podcast – this week featuring improved sound quality (and punk rock knitting).

With the podcast so new I’m going to post several together to kick things off, and then settle down to one a week. Please feel free to leave a comment or contact me via the email address on the left bar.

I’ll link to all the patterns, yarns and videos that come up in the podcast, as well as any other sites I mention, such as equipment purchases and yarn outlets. In fact definitely yarn outlets.

Episode 2: Punk Rock knitting

Welcome to episode 2 of my new podcast. In this episode: the Punk Rock back pack and why collaborations are an excellent idea, being the Incredible Hulk of needles, and a yarn I have completely fallen for.

Ft knitting patterns:

Ft yarn:

The yarn I bought from Wool4Less can be found here: Recycled Cotton aran on the Wool4Less website

Punk Rock knitting

Punk Rock knitting
Punk Rock Backpack designed by Heather Barnes

Here’s a quick peek at the finished Punk Rock Backpack, all made up by my and lined and zippered by my very skillful mother. That colourwork heart will always bug me (listen to the podcast to find out what I did, in my laziness) but otherwise I’m really pleased with it. My daughter even uses it occasionally.