Cast On began on Monday, 31 October, 2005, founded on nothing more than the desire to talk about knitting to people who get it. All the other stuff, about how memories, thoughts, hopes and dreams are knit into the fabric we create, and so become part of the fabric of our lives; about how life and knitting intertwine, and how sometimes you simply cannot tell where one part leaves off the other begins; about how the only thing wrong with the world today is that there is not enough knitting in it, all that came later, over time. Since 2005 the podcast has evolved to focus on finding inspiration in the ordinary, using it to kick start the process of making stuff, and finding ways to carve out the creative time and space that allows you to work your ass off on the projects that matter most to you. Like knitting a sweater. Or saving the world.
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Needles afire with summer socks; baking at midnight, running the numbers for Against All Odds; and standing atop of pile of new-made things.
A sock heel for gradient dyed yarn; re-making a home; memories of dump runs past; buttons, and the Celestial Emporium of Benevolent Knowledge.
The knitting equivalent of eating dessert first; the knitting pivot; emergency socks; and the return of la mer.
Take your knitting, something to drink and listen to this relaxing voice and the wise words from Brenda.Talking about knitting, other handcrafts and life. Thank you so much Brenda.
So glad to re-discover this fine person is still podcasting! Like encountering a long lost friend. I initially was drawn in by her overseas life discoveries which I could relate to to some degree, and found her to be just the right voice in my ear. I still smile at the sheep bleating in the intro music. Keep on with your wonderfulness, Ms. Dayne. You are loved.
Yup, it’s all here. Brenda shares information and knowledge about making, designing, and knitting. And she’s entertaining because she is clever, smart, curious, and has an interesting sense of humor. And snark when appropriate.
Such an entertaining podcast! Brenda’s voice, her topics, her contributors, all combine for a podcast that I look forward to more than any other. She is a true professional.
Don’t bother subscribing to this. It’s once every three or four months. Obviously she is not interested in podcasting.
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Cast On launched 17 years ago and published 185 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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