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May 19 2010

episode 107: “Crazy vomit”

Published by Meghan at 2:57 pm under Babble,Podcast Episode,Spinning

DISCLAIMER: i realize the sound quality isn’t the greatest. i think it’s finally time for me to purchase a new microphone, as mine keeps clicking in and out and it’s frustrating to listen to. normally i’d scrap this episode, and re-record. but the computer will be packed up shortly for the move.
SO, i’m going to save up for a new microphone. funds aren’t there right now, so it might take a bit. but i will see what i can come up with in the mean time.
thank you for being so understanding! i appreciate it!

pisode 107: “Crazy vomit”

the April/May has been sponsored by The Knitted Geek. They have offered up a skein of their Version 2.0 hand dyed sock yarn. You get to pick the color!
so many pretty options!
A donation made to the podcast during the month of April/May gets you entered into the drawing.
All proceeds help fund the podcast. thanks!

-readying to move
-more downsizing
-grand plans

-preparing littleman for the move
-”is daddy comfortable?”
-freedom to run

fibery goodness:
-racing when i knit
-finished the shetland triangle knit with juniper moon yarn in “old man and the sea” colorway

-started knitting the vinelle sweater, now changed it over to a meghan version of the looking glass cardigan (because my copy is packed)
-my definition of what “Mill Spun Yarn” is. Marr Haven sport weight purchased for a new sweater project.

favorite thing:

4 responses so far

4 Responses to “episode 107: “Crazy vomit””

  1. Camion 25 May 2010 at 3:52 pm

    You know……that picture would make me happy too!

    I am envious of your packing ability. We are moving right now, too….and I did not get nearly the amount of prep done that you did. GOOD FOR YOU!

    When i had to replace my mic, I got one of those gaming headsets for the computer. It has big ol’ puffy ear things and a mic to speak into… looks SO dorky but leaves my hands free and the quality has been really good. No idea how much a new mic will cost for you, but these headphones were about $60 at Best Buy or Frys. Just an idea.

    Good luck with the move! Hope you find all your kitchen bits quicker than I am! :-)

  2. villageron 28 May 2010 at 5:55 am

    Haven’t listened to the podcast yet — just came to your site last night as a portal to Amazon (why not send you a few pennies?) and saw this picture. Just love it!

  3. Redsknitson 29 May 2010 at 4:33 pm

    Hi Meghan,

    Enjoyed your input about mill spun yarns and thought I’d mention my favorite mill Ranch of the Oaks in Lompoc, CA. Tom and Mete, the owners of this small mill raise alpaca, llamas and sheep plus some assorted other non fiber critters and offer mill tours by appointment. I have used two of their mill spun yarns for projects (on Ravelry as Redsknits) and love them. Our spinning guild had a field trip there a few weeks ago to see the mill plus all the baby lambs and one baby alpaca (an little orphan being handfed). Cool place, great yarn, nice folks – what else could you ask for?

  4. Gramma Phylon 31 May 2010 at 8:28 pm

    Meghan, I too love to painting. I reminds me of the area in the mid-west where my grandparents lived and I often went to visit. If you don’t like the frame you could always look for another painting at the thrift store that is the same size and just swap out the frames. Then donate the frame and picture that you don’t like back to the store. (Been there, done that).

    Enjoy your new home. Your new landlords’ sound great. And with all the space the little man will have a ball exploring the world. Also after you have been there a while you will figure out a place for your crafting supplies, it just take living in a place to do that.