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Mar 30 2011

episode 130: “Take on Me”

episode 130: “Take on Me”

Podcast donation incentives! from podcast listeners!
Joanne donated Socks that Rock Pining 4 ewe

Jarista has donated a skein of Fleece Artist, Hand dyed, Curlylocks, 78% Kid Mohair, 13% Wool, and 9% Nylon.

Cynthia has donated Knitopedia: The Ultimate A to Z guide for knitters by Vogue Knitting. it’s JUST come out and looks like a great addition to any knitting library!

a donation to the podcast during the month of march will enter you into a drawing to win ALL THREE PRIZES! yippee! :)

-Poorman’s firepit
-composting a la erksnerks

On the Needles:
-Hampton cardigan is done…sort of
-vanilla socks with fun stripey unknown sock yarn
-clockwork shawl by westknits

Upcoming Events:
-campKIPhosted by Jackie of the KIPing it Real podcast is next week! super excited! carpooling with Julie and Jessica from Revenge of the Knits podcast and Stephanie from Wisconsin
-Knittin in the Mitten hosted by CoggieTM of the High Fiber Diet podcast November 3-6. spaces are still available! a relaxing weekend of knitting and eating in Khardomah Lodge in Michigan. sounds delightful! contact CoggieTM if you are interested in signing up!coggietm(at)hotmail(dot)com

-Bats do that!
-Like outerspace?
-Ukulele madness. my new uke is from Mainland Ukulele. LOVE IT!

spinning/The Big Project:
-meet your fleece
-bagging the fleece
-knit with your handspun…PLEASE!

favorite thing:

i want to be her when i grow up
Shiny and the Spoon

2 responses so far

2 Responses to “episode 130: “Take on Me””

  1. Sharonon 31 Mar 2011 at 8:50 am

    hey! Have you considered chronicling your big project with some pictures? i.e. the stacks of fleece bagged for washing.

  2. Melissaon 04 Apr 2011 at 12:43 pm

    Love the podcast, and I like hearing about your gardening as well. I just got a plot in our community garden so I’m looking forward to planting soon.

    Have you heard the singer Elina? She also plays the ukelele and has a new song out: