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Jun 10 2008

Episode 26: “From the Boudoir”

Published by Meghan at 5:22 pm under Babble,knitting,Podcast Episode,Spinning

Episode 26: “From the Boudoir” is up! :)
i can’t remember everything i talked about, but here’s what i remember:

-She Knits Purse Patterns (i decided on the melly’s cousin bag…SO CUTE!!!)
-She Knits Podcast
- Handspun Revolution (Thank you, Lorraine!)
-Patio Trees
-Clone of a Cinnabon
-Amazing Rosemary Bread

okay…that’s all i can remember, and my ipod’s battery is completely dead and won’t charge, so i can’t write it up like i had originally planned….stupid ipod. oh well! time to find some grub!!!!!

6 responses so far

6 Responses to “Episode 26: “From the Boudoir””

  1. beanon 11 Jun 2008 at 9:43 am

    I travel every 2 months to visit my husband (military). I bring knitting with me everytime. I have a small cosmetic bag that I put my needles in. I have had projects on the needles and have never had a problem. Always in my carry-on, and have never had a problem. I have had circurals, straight, wooden, medal, Just about everything. The airlines do recoment no metal dpn’s. Thoes will usually be taken but wooden or plastic dpns work. I love having circular needles -no bumping elbows with the others. Let me know if this helps. ~bean

  2. Debon 11 Jun 2008 at 8:12 pm

    Welcome to Minneapolis! I love your podcast.

  3. Carrieon 12 Jun 2008 at 11:50 am

    I’m halfway through the podcast (I like to savor it) and just have to say thank you for thinking about us and recording in the midst of your hectic happenings!

  4. Sarah Friedmanon 13 Jun 2008 at 11:54 am

    Hi Meghan! I’ve been making that very same bread recipe for quite some time now. It was the first recipe I made in my bread machine. Now I pretty much throw it together every Saturday. It really is awesome.

  5. Sharahon 19 Jun 2008 at 2:27 pm

    My mom used to insist on making bread in her machine. For some reason she thought it was tasty. I didn’t. I hated it… Now I am trying to get her to give me the machine, so I can make bread dough, pizza dough and other doughs! I thought that maybe it was just us with the nasty bread, but hearing you say that it is not good tells me that it wasn’t me! I saved those recipes for a later time, and I can’t wait to try them out!
    thanks so much!

  6. Karent15on 19 Jun 2008 at 6:26 pm

    Meghan – love, love love your podcast! Your favorite things are always delectable.
    I have made a good pizza dough using most of your rosemary bread dough recipe, (minus the sugar, pepper and spices). You might want to try it.

    Could you give a link to the beignet/ rock band donut recipe?