Inspired at Home Radio: August 23

This blog post comes to us from Tiffany Windsor of Inspired at Home Radio.

I recently posed the question on my radio show “What is the one crafting technique that you have never tried but would like to?” When it came time for me to answer, I said that I wanted to learn how to knit! I had tried knitting as a teenager but just couldn’t get the hang of it so I switched to crochet – which I LOVE! But now, I want to learn how to knit!  So, I found this really great pattern on It’s a beautiful Chunky Knitted Long Wrap by Patons. I’m printing it off and taking it to my local yarn shop to say “this is what I want to make!” I’ll let you know how I do!  The crocheter in me is still keeping her eyes open for some great ideas like the 25 Quick and Thrifty Crochet Patterns collection that has been put together by the editors at Ah…the joys of yarn! I invite you to join me every Sunday night on Inspired at Home Radio to find out what new project has caught my eye as I rave about Fave!

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August 23, 2009 Featured Guests: Susan Bell, Lorine Mason & Liz Pagayonan

Host Tiffany Windsor welcomes feature guest interviews with Susan Bell, creator of Dung Bunnies and author Lorine Mason talks about thrift store sewing. Liz Pagayonan from Creating Intentions drops in for a quick hello. Katheryn Tidwell Bieber shares her weekly ideas for Embracing Your Creative Spirit and Craft Concierge Maria Nerius answers your creative questions. Weekly chat always includes America’s favorite “Tacky” [glue] lady and craft industry pioneer Aleene Jackson, eco-artist Heidi Borchers and herban living expert Candace Liccione. Each jam packed, fast-paced episode also features craft product reviews, project ideas, designer tips, lifestyle stories, giveaways and much more!

Past Epsidoes:

August 16th: Jo Packham, publisher of Where Women Create Magazine and Violette Clark, author of Journal Bliss: Creative prompts to Unleash your Inner Eccentric

August 8th: Jenny Hart, owner of Sublime Stitching and Pamela Hawkins, editor in chief of Bead Unique Magazine


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