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The Crochet Circle

Fay Dashper-Hughes

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The Crochet Circle
The Crochet Circle

The Crochet Circle

Fay Dashper-Hughes

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A crochet podcast with a little bit of knitting on the side. You are in the right place for all things yarn based!

Latest Episodes

Episode 47 - Tardy

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 47 – Tardy My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay awhile. In this episode, I cover Old Dog New Tricks; Final Destination; En Route; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats; Big Up and J’adore. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you would like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi account, just click on the image, or follow this link: https://ko-fi.com/crochetcirclepodcast 1 – Old Dog New Tricks I have a quick Ravelry tip for you this month. This feature has always existed, but the good folk at Ravelry have now spruced up the feature a little to make the suggestions more prominent. If you have a favourite designer that you like and a favourite design of theirs, click into that pattern page and on the right-hand side, at the bottom of the page you will see thumbnails of suggestions for other, similar patterns and a link for “More that people also like…” which takes you through to lots of other pattern suggestions. I think this is a really great way to search for patterns and come across new, smaller designers that may struggle to get known. Photo: Shows the Ravelry screen having searched for my Criss-cross pattern. Photo: At the bottom right-hand side some thumbnails will appear showing alternative patterns. Photo: By clicking through to more suggestions, you will see a page of other suggested patterns that have been favourited. 2 – CAL Updates This podcast is titled “Tardy” because that is what I have been! If you aren’t familiar with the word, it means delaying or delayed beyond the right or expected time. About 12 months ago I was running the #sockalong2018 and 11 months ago I should have drawn for prizes from Instagram and the FO thread that was hosted in Kathryn from Crafternoon Treats podcast group on Ravelry. About three months ago I found the prizes in my Stash Palace and figured I may as well wait and mark the occasion a full tardy twelve months later! So, if you have won a prize, I have already been in touch with you. On Instagram, the winners were @yarn.adventurous and @fizzcrail. Over on Ravelry, the random number generator picked Woolwoman2k8, NinaCamilleri and Stasiacrochet. Sorry, it has taken me this long to do the prize draw, it very much speaks to the reason why I haven’t been doing CALs this year. That said, I am co-hosting a #wiprip2019 with Sophie from A Spring Snowflake Podcast (link) albeit, Sophie is doing most of the work because she is hosting the chatter thread over on her Ravelry Group Page. The whole idea is that you have from now until midnight on the 31st December to finish up or rip out some or all of your WIPs so that you go into the New Year with fewer projects. On Instagram, you can use #wiprip2019 for chatter and #wiprip2019FO to show off your finished or frogged projects. Go to Sophie’s Ravelry group for chatter and I will open and host the FO thread. From my end, these are the projects that I will be finishing up: 1 – Chapman Socks (knitted) 2 – Verity Vest (crochet) 3 – Anything else I have started and need to finish I have less to go through because I have been trying to be quite a monogamous crafter over the last few months, but there may be projects lurking that need to be sorted out! Come and join us and let’s carry fewer projects into 2020. 3 – Final Destination Okay, so whilst I don’t have any finished crochet objects that I can show y

60 MIN1 weeks ago
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Episode 47 - Tardy

Episode 46 - Tipsy Crocheting

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 46 – Tipsy Crocheting! My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay awhile. In this episode, I cover Old Dog new tricks; Final Destination; En Route; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats and J’adore. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you would like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi account, just click on the image, or follow this link: https://ko-fi.com/crochetcirclepodcast 1 – Old Dog New Tricks I have two quickie tricks for you this month: 1 – Here is a neat little trick I learned from watching yarn dyers at work. Have ever popped a skein of yarn onto a swift to cake up and as you start to form the cake, it snags, isn’t as smooth as it is should be and create a tighter tension in your cake than needed? There is a very simple way around this and it involves what I can only describe as ‘snapping’ your yarn. Once you have opened up the skein and ensured that the strands are flowing the right way, put both hands into the skein, using your upright thumbs to keep the skein on your hand, ‘snap’ the skein outwards. This will help to realign the strands back to the way they were initially wound back in the factory. This realignment makes it easy to get the skein onto your swift and should lead to tangle-free, even tension cakes of yarn. 2 – If you find yourself short of a locking stitch marker and desperately need to hold a stitch, check your hair. I found myself in desperate need of a cable needle the other evening and really could not be bothered to go downstairs for it. Instead, I used a Kirby grip/bobby pin that was in my hair. It did the job perfectly and is great for securing stitches and being lazy! 2 – Final Destination Sound the trumpets! I have finished my Blurred Lines by Deanne at Addydae Designs (link). As I record this podcast, it is Wednesday the 4th September and I am due to wear the jumper down the runway at Perth Festival of Yarn on Saturday (I will pop some pics up on Instagram Stories (@crochet_circle_podcast) if you want to see what goes down). I have added full project notes on Ravelry, so you can see any changes I have made. I just need to add some final photos. ALT TEXT: Fay stands in her dining room, in front of an open fireplace with a small table and lamp to the left. She is looking down with hands in pockets, wearing jeans and her newly finished Blurred Lines Jumper which is a grey/teal blue main colour (top and bottom) with a middle variegated section in cream/pink with little pops of yellow, teal and blue. I also have a couple of little things that I have crocheted up. These are samples for the online shop and for shows. I have started selling craft books, but only wish to sell ones that I have worked from personally and can therefore recommend. It’s not about fads, it’s about well-written books and patterns. I finally managed to make something from my Crocheted Succulents book by Emma Varnam (link). I had this book on pre-order last year but just couldn’t find a window of time to make something from it. I crocheted up a Mexican Snowball succulent using 50g of Rowan cotton glace that I had in my stash. It was really easy to make, and the instructions were lovely and clean. It took me about 5 hours in total and I can see many more cacti and succulents in my future because I struggle to keep house plants alive! ALT TEXT: Corner of the Crocheted Succulents

60 MINSEP 6
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Episode 46 - Tipsy Crocheting

Episode 45 - None (Yarn) Shall Pass

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 45 – None (Yarn) Shall Pass. My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay a while. In this episode, I cover Old Dog new tricks; Perth Project Runway update; Final Destination; En Route; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats and J’adore. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you would like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi account, just click o...

62 MINAUG 3
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Episode 45 - None (Yarn) Shall Pass

Healthy Crochet Interview with Lyndsey from Phoenix Occupational Health

Hello! It has been a while since I released an interview episode and I think this one is really helpful. I had great fun chatting with Lyndsey outside in my back garden. That does mean that there are some background noises (breeze, birds tweeting, and aggressive magpie and a small child singing down the lane). Nonetheless, this interview is full of great tips on how to keep your self healthy while you crochet and craft. PLEASE NOTE The information contained within this interview is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. Here are the links to the resources Lyndsey (https://www.phoenixoh.uk/) spoke of: Hand and wrist exercises.. https://www.summitmedicalgroup.com/library/adult_health/sma_wrist_tendonitis_exercises/ https://www.nhsinform.scot/illnesses-and-conditions/muscle-bone-and-joints/exercises/exercises-for-wrist-hand-and-finger-problems http://www.relievus.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Ha...

49 MINJUL 23
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Healthy Crochet Interview with Lyndsey from Phoenix Occupational Health

Episode 44 - Go Garment Go

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 44 – Go Garment Go. My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay a while. In this episode, I cover Old Dog new tricks; Perth Project Runway update; Final Destination; En Route; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats and J’adore. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you would like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi account, just click on the ima...

66 MINJUL 5
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Episode 44 - Go Garment Go

Episode 43 - Monogamous Me

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 43 – Monogamous Me. My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay a while. In this episode, I cover Old Dog new tricks; Perth Project Runway update; Final Destination; En Route; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats, Big Up and J’adore. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you would like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi account, just click on...

65 MINJUN 7
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Episode 43 - Monogamous Me

Episode 42 - The Craft Bank

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 42 – The Craft Bank. My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay a while. In this episode I cover: Update review of KnitPro ball winder; Craft Inclusivity; Perth Project Runway; Final Destination; En Route; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats and J’adore. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you would like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi...

65 MINMAY 3
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Episode 42 - The Craft Bank

Episode 41 - Three Years Old

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 41 – Three Years Old. My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay a while. In this episode I cover: Review of KnitPro ball winder; Crochet Inclusivity; Final Destination; En Route; Designs in Progress; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats and J’adore. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you would like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi acco...

87 MINAPR 5
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Episode 41 - Three Years Old

Episode 40 - When in Barcelona

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 40 – When in Barcelona. My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay a while. In this episode I cover: Inclusivity; Final Destination; En Route; Designs in Progress; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats and Big Up. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you woudl like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi account, just click on the image. Thank you...

72 MINMAR 1
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Episode 40 - When in Barcelona

Episode 39 - Call me Crozelda

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 39 – Call me Crozelda In this episode I cover: Inclusivity in the fibre community; Old Dog New Tricks; CAL Updates; Final Destination; En Route; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats and J’adore? This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. 1 – Inclusivity in the fibre community and beyond Given the importance of this topic, I felt that it needed to be the first thing I covered. I don’t usually script exactly what I say, but because of the importance of inclusivity within the fibre community, I don’t want to ramble or use the wrong wording because of the pressure of recording and trying to get my thoughts across. I am fairly sure that everyone listening and...

73 MINFEB 1
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Episode 39 - Call me Crozelda

Latest Episodes

Episode 47 - Tardy

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 47 – Tardy My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay awhile. In this episode, I cover Old Dog New Tricks; Final Destination; En Route; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats; Big Up and J’adore. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you would like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi account, just click on the image, or follow this link: https://ko-fi.com/crochetcirclepodcast 1 – Old Dog New Tricks I have a quick Ravelry tip for you this month. This feature has always existed, but the good folk at Ravelry have now spruced up the feature a little to make the suggestions more prominent. If you have a favourite designer that you like and a favourite design of theirs, click into that pattern page and on the right-hand side, at the bottom of the page you will see thumbnails of suggestions for other, similar patterns and a link for “More that people also like…” which takes you through to lots of other pattern suggestions. I think this is a really great way to search for patterns and come across new, smaller designers that may struggle to get known. Photo: Shows the Ravelry screen having searched for my Criss-cross pattern. Photo: At the bottom right-hand side some thumbnails will appear showing alternative patterns. Photo: By clicking through to more suggestions, you will see a page of other suggested patterns that have been favourited. 2 – CAL Updates This podcast is titled “Tardy” because that is what I have been! If you aren’t familiar with the word, it means delaying or delayed beyond the right or expected time. About 12 months ago I was running the #sockalong2018 and 11 months ago I should have drawn for prizes from Instagram and the FO thread that was hosted in Kathryn from Crafternoon Treats podcast group on Ravelry. About three months ago I found the prizes in my Stash Palace and figured I may as well wait and mark the occasion a full tardy twelve months later! So, if you have won a prize, I have already been in touch with you. On Instagram, the winners were @yarn.adventurous and @fizzcrail. Over on Ravelry, the random number generator picked Woolwoman2k8, NinaCamilleri and Stasiacrochet. Sorry, it has taken me this long to do the prize draw, it very much speaks to the reason why I haven’t been doing CALs this year. That said, I am co-hosting a #wiprip2019 with Sophie from A Spring Snowflake Podcast (link) albeit, Sophie is doing most of the work because she is hosting the chatter thread over on her Ravelry Group Page. The whole idea is that you have from now until midnight on the 31st December to finish up or rip out some or all of your WIPs so that you go into the New Year with fewer projects. On Instagram, you can use #wiprip2019 for chatter and #wiprip2019FO to show off your finished or frogged projects. Go to Sophie’s Ravelry group for chatter and I will open and host the FO thread. From my end, these are the projects that I will be finishing up: 1 – Chapman Socks (knitted) 2 – Verity Vest (crochet) 3 – Anything else I have started and need to finish I have less to go through because I have been trying to be quite a monogamous crafter over the last few months, but there may be projects lurking that need to be sorted out! Come and join us and let’s carry fewer projects into 2020. 3 – Final Destination Okay, so whilst I don’t have any finished crochet objects that I can show y

60 MIN1 weeks ago
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Episode 47 - Tardy

Episode 46 - Tipsy Crocheting

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 46 – Tipsy Crocheting! My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay awhile. In this episode, I cover Old Dog new tricks; Final Destination; En Route; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats and J’adore. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you would like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi account, just click on the image, or follow this link: https://ko-fi.com/crochetcirclepodcast 1 – Old Dog New Tricks I have two quickie tricks for you this month: 1 – Here is a neat little trick I learned from watching yarn dyers at work. Have ever popped a skein of yarn onto a swift to cake up and as you start to form the cake, it snags, isn’t as smooth as it is should be and create a tighter tension in your cake than needed? There is a very simple way around this and it involves what I can only describe as ‘snapping’ your yarn. Once you have opened up the skein and ensured that the strands are flowing the right way, put both hands into the skein, using your upright thumbs to keep the skein on your hand, ‘snap’ the skein outwards. This will help to realign the strands back to the way they were initially wound back in the factory. This realignment makes it easy to get the skein onto your swift and should lead to tangle-free, even tension cakes of yarn. 2 – If you find yourself short of a locking stitch marker and desperately need to hold a stitch, check your hair. I found myself in desperate need of a cable needle the other evening and really could not be bothered to go downstairs for it. Instead, I used a Kirby grip/bobby pin that was in my hair. It did the job perfectly and is great for securing stitches and being lazy! 2 – Final Destination Sound the trumpets! I have finished my Blurred Lines by Deanne at Addydae Designs (link). As I record this podcast, it is Wednesday the 4th September and I am due to wear the jumper down the runway at Perth Festival of Yarn on Saturday (I will pop some pics up on Instagram Stories (@crochet_circle_podcast) if you want to see what goes down). I have added full project notes on Ravelry, so you can see any changes I have made. I just need to add some final photos. ALT TEXT: Fay stands in her dining room, in front of an open fireplace with a small table and lamp to the left. She is looking down with hands in pockets, wearing jeans and her newly finished Blurred Lines Jumper which is a grey/teal blue main colour (top and bottom) with a middle variegated section in cream/pink with little pops of yellow, teal and blue. I also have a couple of little things that I have crocheted up. These are samples for the online shop and for shows. I have started selling craft books, but only wish to sell ones that I have worked from personally and can therefore recommend. It’s not about fads, it’s about well-written books and patterns. I finally managed to make something from my Crocheted Succulents book by Emma Varnam (link). I had this book on pre-order last year but just couldn’t find a window of time to make something from it. I crocheted up a Mexican Snowball succulent using 50g of Rowan cotton glace that I had in my stash. It was really easy to make, and the instructions were lovely and clean. It took me about 5 hours in total and I can see many more cacti and succulents in my future because I struggle to keep house plants alive! ALT TEXT: Corner of the Crocheted Succulents

60 MINSEP 6
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Episode 46 - Tipsy Crocheting

Episode 45 - None (Yarn) Shall Pass

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 45 – None (Yarn) Shall Pass. My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay a while. In this episode, I cover Old Dog new tricks; Perth Project Runway update; Final Destination; En Route; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats and J’adore. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you would like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi account, just click o...

62 MINAUG 3
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Episode 45 - None (Yarn) Shall Pass

Healthy Crochet Interview with Lyndsey from Phoenix Occupational Health

Hello! It has been a while since I released an interview episode and I think this one is really helpful. I had great fun chatting with Lyndsey outside in my back garden. That does mean that there are some background noises (breeze, birds tweeting, and aggressive magpie and a small child singing down the lane). Nonetheless, this interview is full of great tips on how to keep your self healthy while you crochet and craft. PLEASE NOTE The information contained within this interview is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. Here are the links to the resources Lyndsey (https://www.phoenixoh.uk/) spoke of: Hand and wrist exercises.. https://www.summitmedicalgroup.com/library/adult_health/sma_wrist_tendonitis_exercises/ https://www.nhsinform.scot/illnesses-and-conditions/muscle-bone-and-joints/exercises/exercises-for-wrist-hand-and-finger-problems http://www.relievus.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Ha...

49 MINJUL 23
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Healthy Crochet Interview with Lyndsey from Phoenix Occupational Health

Episode 44 - Go Garment Go

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 44 – Go Garment Go. My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay a while. In this episode, I cover Old Dog new tricks; Perth Project Runway update; Final Destination; En Route; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats and J’adore. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you would like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi account, just click on the ima...

66 MINJUL 5
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Episode 44 - Go Garment Go

Episode 43 - Monogamous Me

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 43 – Monogamous Me. My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay a while. In this episode, I cover Old Dog new tricks; Perth Project Runway update; Final Destination; En Route; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats, Big Up and J’adore. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you would like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi account, just click on...

65 MINJUN 7
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Episode 43 - Monogamous Me

Episode 42 - The Craft Bank

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 42 – The Craft Bank. My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay a while. In this episode I cover: Update review of KnitPro ball winder; Craft Inclusivity; Perth Project Runway; Final Destination; En Route; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats and J’adore. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you would like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi...

65 MINMAY 3
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Episode 42 - The Craft Bank

Episode 41 - Three Years Old

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 41 – Three Years Old. My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay a while. In this episode I cover: Review of KnitPro ball winder; Crochet Inclusivity; Final Destination; En Route; Designs in Progress; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats and J’adore. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you would like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi acco...

87 MINAPR 5
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Episode 41 - Three Years Old

Episode 40 - When in Barcelona

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 40 – When in Barcelona. My name is Fay and this is my audio and video podcast for those that love fibre crafts, particularly crochet. It’s a community for people that like to support their fellow humans regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ability, size or age. I hope you feel the welcome embrace and love of the Crochet Clan. Come on in and stay a while. In this episode I cover: Inclusivity; Final Destination; En Route; Designs in Progress; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats and Big Up. This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. If you woudl like to support the podcast, you can now do that through my new Ko-fi account, just click on the image. Thank you...

72 MINMAR 1
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Episode 40 - When in Barcelona

Episode 39 - Call me Crozelda

Hello there and welcome to The Crochet Circle Podcast and the show notes for Episode 39 – Call me Crozelda In this episode I cover: Inclusivity in the fibre community; Old Dog New Tricks; CAL Updates; Final Destination; En Route; Feeding the habit; Quick News Beats and J’adore? This podcast issponsored by KNIT IT - HOOK IT - CRAFT IT Thanks to everyone who tunes into the podcast whether it isthrough Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes or theYouTube Channel.Your support and engagement are really appreciated and makes running a podcast very special and worthwhile. 1 – Inclusivity in the fibre community and beyond Given the importance of this topic, I felt that it needed to be the first thing I covered. I don’t usually script exactly what I say, but because of the importance of inclusivity within the fibre community, I don’t want to ramble or use the wrong wording because of the pressure of recording and trying to get my thoughts across. I am fairly sure that everyone listening and...

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Episode 39 - Call me Crozelda