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Apr 29 2009

epiosode 69: “69…woooooo!”

episode 69: “69…woooo!”

on/off the needles:
-socks. too snug, too big, just right?
-Grafton Fibers Darn Pretty Needle review… basically, i love them!
-tangent about supporting small business owners

-owen’s hearing aids returned home
-hearing aid box art project
-adventures with a toddler and lotion

green thumb:
-lilac bush dead….now what to do?
-don’t think flower bed will have enough sun for full veggie bed

-trip to deb’s delayed
-washing fleece. how do you know it’s clean enough? but still a nice amount of lanolin?
-sweater drying racks are on their way

favorite thing:


5 responses so far

5 Responses to “epiosode 69: “69…woooooo!””

  1. Raeon 04 May 2009 at 9:55 pm

    I agree with you I am a thunder & lightening fanatic we have them occasionally up here in Wa. I used to love sitting out on the porch when I lived in Mass & in Vegas to watch them they are the coolest things ever.

  2. Andrea (noricum)on 06 May 2009 at 12:06 pm

    I don’t think we can say that either KnitPicks or Grafton did the needles first… rainbow coloured wood turning blanks have been available for years. I suppose one or the other might have been the first to make knitting needles specifically, but it’s not really a new idea.

    I haven’t scoured fleece yet, but I would go by water colour. Another idea is to scour thoroughly, and then add back something, like clean lanolin or hair conditioner.

    I *love* summer thunderstorms too!!! Especially when there’s *really* heavy rain. :) (I agree… the west coast, although damp, doesn’t get rain the way the prairies does.)

  3. Andrea (noricum)on 06 May 2009 at 12:40 pm

    Oh… and here’s a link to a sunlight calculator:,42191&p=56088

    (Lee Valley is awesome… they’re not cheap, but they have great stuff!)

  4. DBon 09 May 2009 at 5:28 pm

    I just listened to this podcast. It was the first of yours that I’ve listened to, and I was excited about a new (to me) podcast!

    However, I was appalled at your review of the Grafton needles and your needless and nasty putdown of Knit Picks and Kelley Petkun. Obviously you did no research of the KnitPicks needle — just went with your opinion and “rumor,” and with no regard of whatever damage you might be causing to Knit Picks and Kelley personally. And you didn’t just say one small comment — you went on and on. To me this is irresponsible, nasty, cruel and uncalled-for. I love the Grafton needles, but I like Knit Picks too. But more importantly, I’m a believer in “if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.” Certain, don’t MAKE STUFF UP or repeat ugly rumors in a public forum such as a podcast. It only makes you look bad and uninformed.

    Kelley Petkun is a real person who has a podcast of her own. Chances are good that if she’s also a podcast listener, she will hear you denigrating her character (basically making her out to be a liar) and undermining her business for absolutely no good reason. If you didn’t like her needles, you could have simply said “I don’t like them” or “I like them less than the Grafton brand.” I wouldn’t blame her for being quite upset about what was said or for asking you to pull the podcast.

    I’ve never commented on a podcast before, but I felt I had to do it in this case. I won’t be listening again and I will be sure to share my views with others. This is the kind of thing that ultimately harms the yarn/knitting industry, and I felt I had to speak up.

  5. Carolineon 24 Jun 2009 at 8:31 pm

    I love every thing you mentioned about storms too.