Welcome to The Gingerbread Bunny! I'm Sarah, a textile artist specialising in crochet and felt based in Wigan in the North-West of England.

On my blog, you can find my day-to-day craft adventures and tutorials.

You can find details of my work for sale and workshops on my website - www.thegingerbreadbunny.co.uk

Saturday, 8 September 2012

The Hills are Alive Part 2 - New Kids on the Block!

As promised, here is part 2 of The Hills are Alive - crafty podcasts I love to listen to whilst I'm sewing, crocheting, knitting etc etc etc

Part 2 is appropriatley called New Kids on the Block as these are (relatively) new podcasts.  Hopefully, there will be a podcast here that is new to you that you can try out!

The Shinybees podcast is in it's infancy - there are infact only 3 episodes so far but it promises to be a brilliant podcast.  The host, Jo, is originally from England (infact, we have been friends for 15 years and I am godmother to her daughter so I know her pretty well and may be slightly biased about his one!) but now resides in South Africa.  She talks about her sewing and knitting as well as her experiences in South Africa in a friendly and chatty way that is easy to listening.  Well worth downloading!!

I love Knit.Spin.Cake.  A podcast that has been around for a year now with a gorgeous Geordie presenter who not only talks about craft but also about cake and Doctor Who!  There is lots of chat about knitting, spinning and sewing - another fabulous podcast

Crochet Chat
You do not know how excited I was to find  a podcast dedicated to crochet!  The lovely Stacey Trock, who is Amercian, presents this podcast which has only been around since March this year.  She chats about crochet and it is fabulous!  Stacey is also the lovely Fresh Stitches and her amigurmi designs are truly awesome and well worth checking oout on her website and on Ravelry.  If you are a keen crocheter, this is the podcast for you!

So, that rounds up the podcasts I listen to.  I love them all because they are all so different and inspiring.  They are all available to download from iTunes and I hope you found something new to listen to whilst crafting!

Sarah x 

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