Melanie’s out in mid-western Canada touring her new fringe show, so this episode is all her (well, along with some friends she met along the way).
Melanie’s podcasting from the road in western Canada, as she tours her new Sophie Tucker show. Meanwhile, Deborah’s back in New York, busy with her Tour de Fleece spinning.
The girls open this episode by introducing a couple new members of the Savvy family. Melanie performed again at the recent World Wide Knit in Public Day event in New York. Of course, when surrounded by knitters, the Savvy Girls must interview… and interview they did. Friend-of-the-show SAChoirGirl makes another appearance with …
Melanie went to Prague. Again.
In this long-overdue episode, the girls head to the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival.
In this episode, Melanie makes her way from Morocco to Algeria. Adventure, performances, etc… you know how this works by now.
In this episode, Melanie returns to Morocco to perform (and to explore, of course).
In this episode, Deborah talks about her recent visit to Ontario and her Ravellenic projects, and Melanie visits (once again) with the team at Anzula Yarn and our podcast-nemeses, the Knitmore Girls.
Deborah’s not in this episode, but Melanie is joined by a few great people for some interviews. In this episode, Melanie chatted with her friend Chad, twelve-year-old junior knitter Nina, listener Alane, and textile historian Karen Ballard.