Pardon My Stash

by Meg, Drea, Tina, and Jess Connecticut

Knitters (and crafters) unite! Come join us weekly for a conversation about knitting, crochet, and yarn crafts all around. With a touch of comedy and sass, we talk about projects, pitfalls, and pointers about the fiber arts. Find more about our content and our cast at

Podcast episodes

  • Season 3

  • Holiday Craft Fair Experiences

    Holiday Craft Fair Experiences

    Meg leads the episode talking about different holiday craft fair experiences and what to expect as a customer and as a vendor, as well as tips and tricks to finding good items, supporting small businesses, and what to bring with you to have a good holiday craft fair experience. The cast discusses how to find different craft fairs in your area, and Drea mentions her grandparents vending with wood crafts. Tina tells you to go to the back of the fair first and work your way back. Meg mentions a couple items to bring along with you to make your experience easier, and grab it when you see something you love! Find out more about this episode and the cast at

  • Commonly Misunderstood Terms

    Commonly Misunderstood Terms

    Jess leads the episode talking about commonly misunderstood terms such as ply vs. weight, etc. The others chime in about their experiences with other confusing terms and provide explanations for the differences between them. The cast also briefly mentions their experience at the NY Sheep and Wool festival at Rhinebeck this year, and how awesome it was to meet listeners of the podcast. Find out more about this episode and the cast at

  • Road to Rhinebeck 2023

    Road to Rhinebeck 2023

    Tina has a Yakkin' About Yarns segment regarding Hundred Ravens yarns based in New Hampshire, with a super interesting about page of their origins. The cast gets into their details about their annual Sunday trip at Rhinebeck's NY Sheep and Wool Festival 2023. Tina surprised the rest of the cast with black jackets with their sign on names on them. Pardon My Stash will be hosting a small meetup from 12pm to 12:30pm near Gate 1 on the grassy knoll area. They hope for a drop in temperature for a colder festival this year, and what they plan on wearing project-wise. Usually between 10am to 1pm, Drea will post stories on where we are in the festival as well, in case you want to experience it remotely! They also discuss some fond memories and what they are going to be looking for in terms of experience this year. Find out more about this episode and the cast at

  • Indecisive Yarns

    Indecisive Yarns

    Drea leads the episode to discuss yarns that don't want to cooperate. Whether they disagree with the project you are making with it, or the yarn isn't speaking to you for which project works best with it, we try to figure out new ways to utilize these tough-to-decide yarns. The cast also discusses material differences as well as utilizing a different craft type in general as it may look better in a different style. Find out more about this episode and the cast at

  • Hot Takes: Opinions About the Craft - Part 2

    Hot Takes: Opinions About the Craft - Part 2

    Tina starts the second segment about her preference to buy patterns direct from a pattern designer rather than through third parties. She also brings up pattern designers, size inclusivity, and detailed pattern design in different sizing. Meg discusses her "living room", aka how her social media posts are about her life. Tina talks about different types of engagements she has on her social media account, while Meg brings up an instance that occurred to a blogger she follows. Please remember these are personal opinions and if you disagree, that's OK! Because the cast has a lot of different takes on this topic, this is a two part episode. Find out more about this episode and the cast at