Brooklyn Knitfolk Podcast


Every two weeks, I record and edit a podcast about my DIY adventures–usually related to knitting and sewing. Right now I have about 5,000 subscribers and I've become very well known within the knitting community especially. I've become quite famous for my podcast introductions which feature a different subway musician and a video montage of NYC snapshots that I take in the weeks between episodes.


Last Christmas, I participated in VLOGMAS—a popular YouTube vlogger phenomenon where you record, edit, and upload a daily vlog from Dec 1 – Dec 25. I decided to take this challenge on full-force, and delighted viewers with all of the magical things you can experience in New York City at Christmastime. The glowing feedback and appreciation for taking my viewers along made all the work of daily vlogging (alongside my regular job!) worth it.


In addition to podcast episodes, I record and upload "Brooklyn Knitfolk in the Wild" videos– short videos where I take subscribers to a particular place or experience in New York City. Previous "In the Wild" videos have included Strand Bookstore, Spandex World, El Presidente Tacombi, and Brooklyn General Store.


Currently I'm venturing into the realm of tutorials and teaching newbie sewists how to make their first quilt with step-by-step video tutorials.