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Jun 23 2010

episode 110: “MegaBlocks and a Dust Buster”

Published by Meghan at 9:55 pm under Babble,gardening,knitting,Podcast Episode,Spinning

episode 110: “MegaBlocks and a Dust Buster”

June’s podcast donation incentive prize has been sponsored by knittingfairy.com. They have donated a shawl kit for their new Counterspell Shawl that just debuted at stitches east!
Counterspell
So pretty! the kit will include one skein of Acero by Brooks Farm Yarn, pattern, beads and needles for the shawl.
if you donate to the podcast during the month of June, you will be automatically entered into the drawing. :)

townhomesteading:
-relocating the flowers

-cutting back the forsynthia
-resolving to no large veggie patch this year
-bucket gardening http://www.globalbuckets.org/
-our furry horned visitor

babble:
-swimming with the little man goggles are his magic feather
-tree swing & rings hung

fibery goodness:
-sweater drama
-cast on the citron with merino/cashmere mill spun
-tour de fleece chat on july 3rd in the team sasquatch group on ravelry

favorite thing:

dustbuster

3 responses so far

3 Responses to “episode 110: “MegaBlocks and a Dust Buster””

  1. S. Steubeon 24 Jun 2010 at 9:14 pm

    Meghan, I must tell you how wonderful your podcasts are. They really perk up my day when I’m feeling a little gloomy. I loved Bob in the last episode, he was just precious.

  2. Mollieon 25 Jun 2010 at 6:23 am

    Cool about the deer in your yard! We had a bear run through ours the other morning, but we are very rural, and are used to all sorts of wildlife.

    I also love Little Man’s goggles, and how much confidence it gave him. Glad he enjoys the water now.

  3. Lindaon 26 Jun 2010 at 7:58 am

    The deer will love your plants. Yummy!

    Why don’t you put your too-small sweater in your Etsy store?