Podcast: Crochet Unraveled

January 20th, 2007 · 2 Comments · Uncategorized

Amy, my co-administrator and collaborator in all things Crochetville, has started a podcast for Crochetville. It’s called Crochet Unraveled: News and Views from Crochetville, named by Ada (jadyn05), one of our Crochetville members, with the tagline added by yours truly.

Crochet Unraveled will feature news from the crochet world at large and from Crochetville; book, magazine, and yarn reviews; designer and website profiles; and more. In the first episode, you’ll hear Amy and one of our members, KnicKnac; and in upcoming episodes my own voice will be heard. We’re also looking forward to the participation of more Crocheville members in the podcast!

You can take a listen to Episode 1 (.mp3 download, 22.5 MB), check out the show notes, or subscribe to our podcast RSS feed. Crochet Unraveled should be available in the iTunes directory soon.

In other Crochetville news, the forum hit the 10,000 member mark this month! I am truly amazed at the continued growth of Crochetville. This past summer, it became necessary to move Crochetville to a dedicated server because we had outgrown shared hosting. Amy and I converse via phone almost daily to discuss administrative issues and how we can make Crochetville the best place it can possibly be—a comfortable place to come and talk crochet and a resource with a wealth of information to new and experienced crocheters alike.

Amy and I have more exciting plans for Crochetville, which should unfurl over the next few to several months. So please stay tuned!

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Marly // Apr 6, 2007 at 5:57 pm

    I recently started a podcast too that you should check out and let me know what you think. I talk about knit and crochet. Really could use some advice and comments of what people want to hear. So, please drop me a line and let me know!


  • 2 Terry // May 17, 2007 at 1:02 pm

    That podcast is a great idea. And I’ll be really interested to see the other exciting plans you mention.

    And thanks for a great blog!

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