Episode 74: Knitivity

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Image Details: ‘Knitted Nativity Scene’ by Andrea_44, via Flickr.

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Today we begin with some festive chatter about that most traditional of Christmas activities – the nativity play. I was a cultural experience in the North of England, including a Yoda Donkey, highly flammable sheep and a Rockport-boot and Phantom of the Opera mask wearing dove.

Enablers’ Corner

I heartily enable you to some free patterns courtesy of the fabulous Tin Can Knits as part of their twelve days of Christmas.

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The Sock Surgery

The Sock Surgery 2015 concludes with some festive patterns for socks.

In true enabling spirit, there are also some ideas for Christmas gifts for the sock knitter in your life. Check out the Sock Ruler, Sock Blockers, some new needles (I like Hiya Hiya Sharps), a class from Craftsy, perhaps or an awesome Addi Express Machine.

Podcast News

The podcast now has its own Patreon page. After lots of questions from listeners about how they can support the production of the podcast, I’ve set up a page on Patreon with an array of rewards at different levels. Hopefully you will find these exciting and worthwhile and will consider lending your support.

If you’re not familiar with Patreon, it’s basically an online platform where you can support content creators. It’s easy to sign up and you can cancel at any point, plus it provides a great way to communicate with all the Patrons of the show, as well as offering rewards and setting goals.

You can find out more here.


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That’s all from me this week. As always, thank you for listening. Feedback is always appreciated, and you can email me or message me via Ravelry or social media. If you enjoyed listening today, please consider leaving an iTunes review, to help others find the podcast too. Happy crafting!

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