Join Marly Bird and guest Ann & Kay, of Mason Dixon Knitting, on the Yarn Thing Podcast at 10am MST on Tuesday November 28th.
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About Mason Dixon Knitting:
How It All Began In 2003, we started a blog, Mason-Dixon Knitting.
As daily, obsessed knitters, we “met” on the Internet and thought it would be fun to share our profound and awesome knitting thoughts with the entire world. Before long, we found ourselves amid a warm, friendly, and smart community of knitters.
It was all virtual—we didn’t meet in person until 2004, after we had signed a contract for our first knitting book, Mason-Dixon Knitting: The Curious Knitters’ Guide. Recently, we hunkered down to turn Mason-Dixon Knitting into the site we have always craved: a delicious daily read for every knitter.
We Have a Mission Our dream is to create an ever-evolving world online and in real life where knitting is celebrated, explored, and taught. With a lot of laughs along the way. At all times, we keep in mind Mason-Dixon Knitting Rule No. 1: Knitting is supposed to be fun.
Mason-Dixon Knitting brings together wonderful designers, great writers, and a community of knitters all over the world coming together with a shared love of knitting, yarn, and good design. It’s our hope to make this the ultimate rabbit hole for knitters.
Listen to the Show:
There are two options to listen to the show. —> BlogTalkRadio was not working AGAIN! So it wasn’t an option for this podcast. Sorry
You can join us on the Marly Bird YouTube Channel for the live recording of the show. —>for this one you get to see Marly and the guest!
You can also join us on the Marly Bird Facebook page for the live recording of the show. —>the audio for the first 10 minutes was not working on fb for some reason. UGH! But you can forsure catch it on YouTube.
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SEQUENCE! Just ordered this book but would love to share one…
Vicki Withers says
Sequence. Would love to win this book. Great podcasts. 🙂
Jesica Aleman says
The book SEQUENCE looks amazing and so much fun!!!! I LOVED WATCHING THIS VIDEO AND LEARNED A LOT…. I’M A NEW KNITTER!!! AND I HAVE BEEN CROCHETING FOR ABOUT 2 YEARS NOW AND I’M LEARNING HOW TO SEW NOW TOO BUT I LOVED WATCHING THIS AGAIN AND I LOVED LISTENING TO YOU!!!!
Valerie Mizgalski says
Sequence sounds like just the thing I need for my knitting library! Loved Anne’s scarf!
Chris Lopez says
Sequence sounds amazing. Love seeing you and the guests.
Christy Gabany says
I’m new to knitting and would love the sequence book.
Kim Oliver says
Loved the Mason Dixon Knitting video podcast! And can I just say SEQUENCE?!?
Amanda White says
I enjoyed the new Google Hangout format for the podcast. It was really cool to be able to see the guests and sit in on your conversation with Ann and Kay. I’d love to get my hands on all the field guides, including Sequences! Thanks and Merry Christmas/Happy New Year to you Marly.
Elizabeth M. says
It was so fun hear Kay and Ann live! I loved their two original books so much and love reading their blog. The Sequences book looks like it might be their best yet.
Mary Alice says
I enjoyed hearing you so much and learning how Mason-Dixon knitting got its start. I am curious about what you are calling sequence knitting. I have never heard that term. On a more personal note, your experience has me wondering how I might make better use of the internet. Due to some health issues, I am not able to be out in the world as much as I would like. ‘Interenet friends’ could be wonderful.
I enjoy the podcast…always. Sequence knitting sounds very interesting.
I am interested in trying sequence knitting, and I’ve heard great things about Mason Dixon. Thanks for the interview!
Elena Lewis says
Thanks for taking the time during the holidays to do a podcast. Sequence looks like an amazing book.
Geraldine Scott says
Loved listening…Sequence sounds amazing (just like all MDK stuff!)!!
Sarah Short says
The book looks amazing! I can’t wait to learn all about sequence knitting!
Regina S says
I am new to knitting and the sequence knitting sounds interesting. Will definitely be looking into this one. Thanks for the podcast.
Dee faughn says
I would love to own the Sequence Book