interview with steven a.

May 19, 2011

oh hi! i didn’t see you there.
how have you been doing?
what have you be up to?

really‽ that sounds awesome.
seriously. good for you.

what have i been up to?
you mean besides heading to michigan again,
doing the whole family duty thing?

well right now i’m reading this absolutely fascinating interview on kim’s blog. really, i don’t know where she finds such interesting people.
you should totally go check it out.
seriously, go.

i’ll wait here.

5 Responses to “interview with steven a.”

  1. Tamara Says:

    Great interview! I love finding out how other knitters come into being (ewww, grammar!). I especially like hearing about others who didn’t start when they were six, or something. I was in the nascence of my forties before I took it up, and my only regret now is that I wish I had shown an interest in my twenties…
    Oh, and Bill’s sweater? Freakin’ AWEsome!

  2. Audry Says:

    I really liked how you described (good) knitwear designers. They design because they can’t not design.
    As someone who is giving knit design a go, I feel like putting a stitch pattern on a plain hat/scarf/whatever should be offered for free. The designs that take lots of thought and clever shaping (and perhaps many froggings) deserve to be paid for.
    (And designers love to be told that they are cool. I think it is neat that you tell them so.)

  3. Sally at RivendaleFarms Says:

    Great interview! How’d it feel to be on the other side of the questions?

  4. Tammy/ceph Says:

    I heartily support your stance on the volatile subject of “baby knits”, and agree that the CK (continental knitters) are plotting something wicked. Don’t turn your back on those quick, sneaky bastards!

  5. misa Says:

    Great interview. I wish a little smidgen of your wit and charm would rub off on me. Sashay away.

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