Commuter Knitter - Episode 52 - Tech Support

Thank you for understanding the delay in the podcast over the last 2 weeks.  I am glad to be back behind the wheel to chat with you!
You've Arrived at Your Destination
BBT Scarf
Road Maps - a quick overview of Feedly as a replacement for Google Reader.  I also tried Bloglovin', but it looks like I will stick with Feedly for now.  Using another feed reader has even prompted me to enhance the way that I post the show notes each week.  Let me know what you think!
Your Mileage May Vary - a new segment where I delve into some of those issues that always spur discussion among knitters.  Join us over in the Ravelry Group for further discussion about this week's topic.
This week is all about the tech support - where do you go when the pattern is not quite clear, or includes a technique with which you are not familiar?  Feel free to share some of your favorite resources in the group
Carpool - Community Events and Charity KALs
Cosmic Knittas - Sandy Hook Tribute for International Yarn Bomb Day
Join the Cosmic Knittas on TwitterFacebookPinterest, and Ravelry for the yarn bomb in Sandy Hook on 6/8/2013
Knitted and Crocheted Items for the Yarn Bomb can be sent to:
Commuter Knitter Podcast
P.O. Box 203
Botsford, CT 06404
Road Trips
I-91 Shop Hop June 27-30 - Facebook Page
Green Mountain Spinnery Putney, VT
Metaphor Yarns Shelburne Falls, MA
Northampton Wools Northampton, MA
WEBS Northampton, MA
Marji's Yarncrafts Granby, CT
Creative Fibers Windsor, CT
Yarnover Avon, CT
Village Wools Glastonbury, CT
Knit New Haven New Haven, CT
Yarn Barn Woodbridge, CT
The Yarn Basket Branford, CT 

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