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May 21 2008

Episode 23: “One full cup with icing on top, please!”

Published by Meghan at 9:03 am under Babble,knitting,Podcast Episode,Spinning

Episode 23: “One full cup with icing on top, please!”

The Hoosier Hills Fiberarts Festival is coming up on June 6 and 7 at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Franklin, Indiana, just south of Indianapolis. This is the 4th year for this festival, and the organizers are doing a great job of promoting it and trying to grow it every year. There will be vendors, classes, and lots of fiber for sale. Admission and parking are free. Hours are 12-7 pm on Friday and 10 am-6 pm on Saturday.
Check out their website for more information.
Thank you for sharing, Jill! Starstruck Cat Designs will have a booth there, so stop by and say hi!

On/Off the Needles:
-Barnraising Quilt for Littleman is still being worked
-Bought more sock yarns (review up next week!)
-Hand me down scraps from stephanie and mom! yeah!!!
-Hand me down DPNs from Meshuggeknitter! yeah!!!
-Pinwheel Sweater might be a future knit. one for future niece and one for me!!!!

-Little man in the Jumpy blow up castle
-New shoes!
-Toddler Mentality: His cup is always overflowing!
-Job hunt continues/Worries/Mortgage industry woes
-Garden in neglect

-Wensleydale Spinning
-Beehive Coils
-Intertwined spin-a-long?
-Drafting is like a bowl of angelhair pasta!
-The beauty of the park and draft method
-Drop Spindle Tutorial by KnitSix
-I’m in a craft fair!!!
Check out the Constructor Craft Fair

My Favorite Thing:

6 responses so far

6 Responses to “Episode 23: “One full cup with icing on top, please!””

  1. Courtneyon 23 May 2008 at 9:33 am

    Maybe you should try applying at your vet to work as a receptionist…you get discounts on vet bills and most vets pay pretty good :-)

  2. CarrieCreateson 23 May 2008 at 10:58 pm

    Great idea, Courtney!

    Meghan, thanks for another great show! I have very fond lilac memories also. I hope you have fun Sunday – can’t wait to hear all about it!

  3. Jillon 24 May 2008 at 11:26 am

    Meghan–tag, you’re it! Playing a little game on my blog…take a peek. I hope you’ll play. :)

  4. Kathleen Mosleyon 24 May 2008 at 8:02 pm

    Hi Meghan,
    I wanted to let you know that I have really enjoyed your podcasts, and your enthusiasm for knitting and spinning. I am a new spinner, so the tips really help.I’ll try and send you pictures of my new yarn.

    You spoke about lilac, it is one of my favorite fragrances as well. The company I work with in my business has lilac fragrance, which is used in making hand poured soy candles. The smell is like fresh picked flowers. And in using soy there are no toxic fumes to mask the fragrance. If you want a job where you can stay home, There are opportunitis available in my company for those who like to make candles and have parties to teach others if you want. Or sell at craft fairs. Soy is much easier than parafin with no messy clean up and it wont hurt Owen if he wants to help.

    I also wanted to let you know to keep up the good work with Owen, I have a friend who is deaf. He got meningitis when he was two and caused his hearing loss. With the aid of his mother, family and friends, he turned out great and is now a teacher for the deaf. Keep up the good work, the rewards will be great.

    Kathleen M

  5. Deniseon 29 May 2008 at 6:39 pm


    I just got this in my email today and immediately thought of you!


    She is focused on lilacs!


  6. labablaon 01 Jun 2008 at 6:56 am

    I LOVE your beehive spinning yarn. I really need to find a good spindle and good roving to get started appropriately.