Does anyone know of any books about knitting (chatty ones like The Yarn
Harlot, Mason-Dixon Knitting, Knit Lit, etc.) that are available on
cassette so that one could listen to them WHILE KNITTING? If I could
discover any I might be able to get my library to order them. Thanks.
On 14 Sep 2006 19:48:47 -0700, "khoff"
The Shop on Blossom Street by Debbie Macomber is a story about people
who are drawn together at a yarn shop and there is an audio version
You might be interested in listening to various "podcasts" - they're
like small (1/2 hour tops) radio shows with discussions of knitting,
interviews with knitters, etc. You go to the website, then click on
the link to download the audio file. Then you can listen on your
computer or transfer the file to an mp3 player. Here are my
(mostly interviews with knit bloggers andauthors)
(this has programs on all types ofcrafts, not just knitting)