As temperatures have plummeted and snow piles have ,we'd enjoyed nothing more than snuggling into a comfortable spot with a knitting project (or two) and relaxing into our stitches.This past week of knitting has allowed us to make some great progress on our various projects and is has also inspired us to find a couple of yarny podcasts that we think that you will enjoy.Pam Allen (of Quince & Co.) and Hannah Fettig (of Knitbot) have joined together to create some 14 episodes of Knit.fm. These two talented designers share a wealth of knowledge, advice, anecdotes and experience that will improve your craft as much as it will keep you entertained.These roughly hour long podcasts cover a large variety of topics from sweater construction, button holes, to the finer points of following a pattern. There are helpful tidbits for knitters of all experience levels and we hope that as you listen you'll gain a bit from the rich experience that Pam and Hannah share with us.Another wonderful podcast that you might like to check out is the newer Woolful. These episodes include interviews with folks working with yarn from shearing to designing and every step along the way. You'll find compelling introductions to members of the worldwide fiber community that are following their passion and creating yarn and patterns that you'll want to work with. We hope that you find their stories as rich and inspiring as we have.As long as the snow continues to fly we hope that you can enjoy a few days or even weeks of quiet knitting. Please visit us as you run out of materials or fresh ideas to work with. We look forward to seeing what you've been working on and can't wait to hear about what you've learned!