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Welcome to Episode 1 of the VeryPink Knits Podcast. You’ve found the show notes, and everything we promised!
Update – We’re so glad you found us! The podcast has now been submitted and approved to the major podcast directories (like iTunes, Pocket Casts, Overcast, Google Play, etc.) so you can now find VeryPink Knits Podcast in your favorite podcast app, and subscribe to automatically get notification for new episodes.
If you’re brand new to podcasts, you can listen to them in a few ways. iTunes users can use the native app (the one that was already loaded on your Apple device when you purchased it), or any other app that you like. Casey uses an app called Overcast, a free app that you can find by searching the app store in iTunes.
Android users have other options. Staci uses Pocket Casts, a free app you can find by searching the Play Store on your Andriod device. Google Play also added Podcasts to their main menu, and you can subscribe and listen right in the Google Play app.
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Favorite Podcasts (by Staci and Casey)
A Way with Words – the origins of words and phrases. So nerdy!
BBC World Service Documentaries
Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin – interviews with celebrities
How to be Amazing – interview show
Mortified – people read from their middle school and high school journals
More Perfect – New from Radiolab about the history of the Supreme Court
The Mystery Show – everyday mysteries
Sawbones – comedy show about ridiculous medical practices in history
Splendid Table – food
Stuff You Missed in History Class
TED Radio Hour – TED talks in depth
This American Life – good stories, around a theme
Other things we referenced in the podcast:
Video: Using Your Ravelry Library
Casey’s website can be found here: kcknits.com
To get your knitting question answered on the show, just email us at email@example.com